Teams across WMS use qualitative and mixed methods methodologies as part of their research projects and trials.
Warwick Medicine, Ethics and Society has a range of expertise in qualitative, mixed methods and empirical ethics research methodologies.
Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West Midlands (CLAHRC) is involved in the area of qualitative and mixed methods through Theme 3, ‘Prevention and detection of diseases’. An example of a project in this area is mixed methods module teaching.
Warwick Research In Nursing uses a range of methods in its research projects. For example, it is involved in a mixed methods study, “Optimising acute care for people with dementia”, led by Imperial College. Key contacts for this work are Professors Staniszewska and Seers.
Warwick Evidence is an interdisciplinary team consisting of information scientists, health service researchers, systematic reviewers, statisticians, health economists, modellers and clinical academics. As such, we use a range of methods including meta-analysis, NMA, meta synthesis, qualitative synthesis and a range of economic and statistical methods.
The Clinical Trials Unit has dedicated trialists and staisticians who use different methods and approaches to find answers to the questions asked in our trials.
The members of the Centre are Statisticians, Health Economists, Modellers and Clinical Academics. As such, we use a range of economic and statistical methods.
The Statistics and Epidemiology group focuses on the development and application of methodology for the assessment and evaluation of healthcare interventions and risk factors. We also focus on developing research on the health risks and impacts from environmental changes (e.g. heatwaves, cold weather), and developing a theoretical framework for understanding the relationships between schools and young people’s health.