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Qualitative & Mixed Methods

The qualitative and mixed methods program aims to support investigators in the conduct of innovative, high quality health-related studies by providing expertise in interviews, focus groups, case studies, observational methods and qualitative data visualization. Qualitative data is a key component of mixed methods studies where it can augment, support and add nuance to quantitative findings and evaluations of interventions. Faculty and staff with expertise in qualitative and mixed methods collaborate with investigators on all aspects of research: study design and grant development, data collection and analysis, interpretation of results, and manuscript preparation. We support all level of investigators — from postdoctoral fellows to junior faculty and well-established investigators.

Faculty

Balbale, Salva

Balbale, Salva

Assistant Professor, Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology), Medical Social Sciences (Determinants of Health), Medical Social Sciences (Implementation Science), Medical Social Sciences (Intervention Science), Surgery

Cameron, Kenzie A

Cameron, Kenzie A

Professor, Medicine (General Internal Medicine), Medical Education, Medical Social Sciences (Intervention Science), Preventive Medicine

Haywood, Carol

Haywood, Carol

Research Assistant Professor, Medical Social Sciences (Determinants of Health)

Johnson, Julie K

Johnson, Julie K

Adjunct Professor, Surgery (Surgical Oncology)

Lagu, Tara

Lagu, Tara

Professor, Medicine (Hospital Medicine), Medical Social Sciences (Implementation Science)

Schäfer, Willemijn

Schäfer, Willemijn

Research Assistant Professor, Surgery (Surgical Oncology)

Stey, Anne M

Stey, Anne M

Assistant Professor, Surgery (Trauma and Critical Care)

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