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Mixed Methods for Health Research

Module

Leader
Felicity Boardman

Deputy Lead
Rebecca Johnson

Duration
30 hours, 5 consecutive days (short course - unaccredited: 26 hours, 4 consecutive days)

Assessment
3-4,000 word assignment to be submitted 12 weeks following the taught sessions

Core/Option
Option/Core Option

CATS 20

Code MH934

The capability to use mixed methods appropriately has become vital for health-related research whether undertaken as part of postgraduate study or within the healthcare setting.

This course is designed for those who have some experience or knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative research methods in health research. It is suitable for PhD students, research active/interested health and social care professionals and those with more experience in research.

More Aims and Learning outcomes

Students undertaking this module will be required to have successfully completed at least one module on quantitative research methods related to health (for example, Epidemiology and Statistics) and one module on qualitative research methods related to health (for example, Qualitative Research Methods in Health) or be able to demonstrate equivalent experience (for example, published a research paper using one of the research approaches).

 

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Other options
  • MSc routes: This module is an optional module on most MSc programmes within the Warwick Medical School framework, particularly those students who will submit a dissertation
  • Take this module as a non-accredited course or a Postgraduate Award. Contact us (CPDenquiries at warwick dot ac dot uk) for more information.