mIXED METHODS RESEARCH: INDICATIONS, APPROACHES, ADVANTAGES & FINDINGS

Presented by: Susan Tross, PhD

Co-Director, StAD Core, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology (in Psychiatry), Columbia University

Selected Readings:

Mixed Methods Research: A Research Paradigm Whose Time Has Come. Johnson RB and Onwuegbuzie AT (2004). Educational Researcher, 33(7):14-26.

Best Practices For Mixed Methods Research In The Health Sciences. Creswell, JW, Klassen, AC, Plano Clark, VL, Clegg Smith, K (2018). Bethesda: National Institutes Of Health Office Of Behavioral And Social Sciences Research.

Handbook On Mixed Methods Research In The Behavioral And Social Sciences. Tashakkori A and Teddlie C (2010). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Research Ready: Mixed Methods Certification Program. Center For Innovation In Research and Teaching (2019). Grand Canyon University.


WHAT CHARACTERIZES A QUALITATIVE APPROACH TO RESEARCH AND WHEN IS IT THE RIGHT CHOICE?

Presented by: Karolynn Siegel

Professor, Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

Selected Readings:

Successful qualitative research: A practical guide for beginners. Braun V. and Clarke V. (2013). Los Angeles: Sage.

Medical sociology: Some tensions among theory, method and substance. Mechanic D (1989). Journal of  Health and Social Behavior. 30:147-150.

Qualitative research for education: An introduction to theory and methods. Bogdan RC and Biklin SK (1998). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing among five traditions. Creswell JD (1998). Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Structure and meaning in medical sociology. Pearlin L (1992). Journal of Health and Social Behavior 33:1-9.


WHAT ARE CORRELATIONS AND WHAT DO THEY MEASURE?

Presented by: Martina Pavlicova, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

Director, StAD Core, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies.

Selected Readings:

Statistics Corner: A guide to appropriate use of correlation coefficient in medical research. Mukaka MM (2012). Malawi Medical Journal. 24:69-71.

Statistics Square One: Correlation and regression. Campbell MJ (1995). The British Medical Journal Website. Retrieved 01/2019.

Persistent organic pollutants in dust from older homes: learning from lead. Whitehead TP et al. (2014). American Journal of Public Health 104: 1320-1326.


THE PURPOSE OF PILOT STUDIES IN MODERN RESEARCH

Presented by: Martina Pavlicova, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

Director, StAD Core, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies.

Selected Readings:

Caution Regarding the Use of Pilot Studies to Guide Power Calculations for Study Proposals. Kraemer HC et al. (2006). Archives of General Psychiatry 63(5):484-489.

The role and interpretation of pilot studies in clinical research. Leon AC, Davis LL, & Kraemer HC (2011). Journal of Psychiatric Research 45(5):626-9.

NCCIH: Pilot Studies: Common Uses and Misuses. National Center for Complementary ad Integrative Health Website (2017). Retrieved 01/2019.

Pilot Studies: A Critical but Potentially Misused Component of Interventional Research. Kistin C & Silverstein M. (2015). JAMA 314(15):1561-2.


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