GLOW Webinar: Mixed methods research, with examples and personal experiences of mixed methods research in Malawi, 17th September 2021 at 01:00 PM (13.00 GMT+1) UK time.
Aim of the webinar – This session will provide a broad discussion of mixed methods research approaches. We will hear from a diverse range of researchers who use mixed methods approaches to tackle pressing global maternal health issues. We will discuss the background to mixed methods approaches, give examples from our research, and personal reflections on the challenges and rewards. We will also consider how this approach can influence policy and practice.
Audience – This webinar is aimed at academics of varying experiences, including novices.
Professor David Lissauer (Professor of Global Maternal Health, University of Liverpool and Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust)
Dr Laura Jones (Senior Lecturer in mixed-methods applied health research, University of Birmingham)
Dr Linda Nyondo-Mipando (Lecturer in Public Health, Kamuzu University of Health Sciences)
Dr Moses Kumwenda (Post-doctoral social scientist, Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust)
Dr Catherine Dunlop (Doctoral research student, University of Birmingham)
Dr Bejoy Nambiar (Health Systems Specialist, UNICEF Malawi)
Schedule - (may be subject to change)
What is mixed methods research?
Examples of mixed-methods research from Malawi, with personal reflections on conducting mixed-methods research
Mixed-methods research – making an impact on policymakers and implementers