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Andreas W. Müller 7h
"Method integration happens at the topic level. When conducting research, structure your notes with topic headings and the integration of qualitative and quantitative analysis will happen naturally." One takeaway from Göttingen. Here are 2 more..
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Andreas W. Müller 13h
Sociologist: "But what do I do, I if I did not conduct the interviews myself?" Historian: "Hold my cup..."
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Antony Willman 6h
Anyone interested in educational research may want to read this excellent paper: Realist methods in medical education research: what are they and what can they contribute? - Wong - 2012 - Medical Education - Wiley Online Library
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Rene Grimes May 22
Random tweet #3. I’m fairly convinced getting at the core of an intervention requires different design than RCT. Pre- Post, using low resolution variables as CV or modifers, w/o spending time w/the individuals involved is really an impoverished view of...everything
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LiQUiD Lab May 23
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Sergi Fàbregues 7h
Full text of our article "Using Sensors in Organizational Research—Clarifying Rationales and Validation Challenges for Mixed Methods"
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Anastasia Ostrowski 1h
It was so much fun doing this work with everyone and the community! Spoiler alert: social robots have promise for promoting older adults' social closeness to one another
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Sarah Tevis May 23
1+1=3... awesome lecture on research by Michael Fetters! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Andreas W. Müller May 15
Today I spontaneously signed up for the conference "Data Analysis and Sampling in Mixed Methods and Multimethod Social Research" in Göttingen next week. Chances for a blog article on are rising 😉
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Anand S. Iyer, MD, MSPH May 19
Emily did a great job! Important work and love the . Have you recruited her to pulm-cc?
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Yumi Kotani 友美 May 22
Quotables of the day. "No numbers without narratives; No narratives without numbers." "Numbers are 'dumbed down' narratives." or, "Numbers are a summary of something qualitative in nature".
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Antonia Scholkmann May 16
Hi colleagues/community: watch out for news from this one ⬇️
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Aileen Collier 12h
Palliative Care in French talks about - tensions of goals of palliative care and prison structures/staff - resonates with findings of our Masters student Wendy Mathews
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ISBE ECR Forum May 23
There is still time to register for ’s Mixed methods & writing workshop (June 19-21). Registration and info here:
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Brian Mustanski, PhD 2h
I could not have created prevention program 4 young w/out support of my Scholars Award 2 learn and engage with diverse youth. Now this "Best Evidence" program is going national to help
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Elisa Bellotti May 17
Talking about network theory, mixed methods, friendship and criminal gangs. In a wonderful room with the man from Venezuela staring at me from the picture in the back. Wonderful audience who put up with me for two hours!
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Sergi Fàbregues May 17
Network analysis and qualitative discourse analysis of a classroom group discussion
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Cindy Stern May 21
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Megan MacCormac May 20
Here's a great tip on how you can easily compile a list of references to look up after reading a journal article using MAXQDA software. I've just started reading journal articles in MAXQDA and it has helped me to organize my readings & notes
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Emily Mendenhall May 21
this week as we work on the first study funded by to move from ethnography to epidemiology and back to ethnography.
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