Mixed Methods Workshop Focuses on Community-Engaged Approaches

Categories: Mixed

The “Designing Participatory Mixed Methods Research: Community-Engaged Approaches to Address Complex Problems” workshop involves community members, stakeholders, and academic researchers in all phases of the research process, including knowledge generation and decision-making.

Presented by the Michigan Mixed Methods Research and Scholarship Program faculty, which include John Creswell and Michael Fetters, this workshop will engage individuals with applying the features of a rigorous participatory approach, including community-based participatory research (CBPR), using cutting-edge advances in mixed methods research, mapping participatory research and mixed methods onto your project in the social or health sciences. You will also be sharing your project with other workshop participants, receiving feedback on your project from national/international scholars in CBPR/MMR and faculty affiliated with the Michigan Mixed Methods Research and Scholarship Program.

This workshop will run from Thursday, March 30 through April 1. Guest speakers include Barbara Israel of the School of Public Health from University of Michigan who is the national leader and author in community based participatory research;, Angela Reyes,executive director, Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation and a long-time leader in the Latino community and key partner in numerous community-based participatory research efforts; and Nataliya Ivankova,  from University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Health Services Administration & Department of Acute, Chronic and Continuing Care, the author of ​Mixed Methods Applications in Action Research: From Methods to Community Action.

To register for the workshop, which takes place at the University of Michigan’s North Campus Research complex, click here. Cost is $1,600 or $2,000 for a team of two

 

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