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Mixed Methods Research Training Program for the Health Sciences


Pilot Project Awards

The Johns Hopkins Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center for Minority Aging Research (JHAD-RCMAR) is announcing the availability of three pilot project awards for the 2020-2021 cycle.  JHAD-RCMAR would like to encourage innovative research focused on basic, clinical, psychosocial, or health services aspects of minority aging, Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders (ADRD), and health disparities. The overarching goal of the JHAD-RCMAR is to prepare the next generation of underrepresented minority researchers in the conduct of Alzheimer-related research that is culturally relevant and has potential to bridge research from discovery to implementation in ADRD minority aging. For more information, click here

Applications Due: February 15
Start Date: July 1, 2020


Online Graduate Certificate in Applications of Mixed Methods Research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Mental Health Summer Institute

The Department of Mental Health is now offering a Virtual Summer Institute on Innovative Analytic Approaches and Methods. 

When: May 26- June 10, 2020

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Mixed Methods for Research in Public Health Summer Institute

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health also offers a Summer Institute Program that focuses on methodological and substantive topics in public mental health. This institute includes a course on Mixed Methods for Research in Public Health held every June. The course is interactive and students are encouraged to bring a project to discuss in the class.  Students bring projects in a wide variety of topics in public health and health services research  In 2018 the course became available on line with remote 'live talk' interactive sessions. 

Mixed Methods Writing Workshop:

Writing Your Mixed Methods Research for Publication

When: May 9 & 10, 2019

Where: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

This workshop will assist participants in writing their mixed methods empirical and methodological papers. Workshop leaders Dr. Fetters and Dr. Fàbregues are both editors for the Journal of Mixed Methods Research.

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Designing and Conducting a Mixed Methods Thesis or Dissertation

When: June 19 - 21, 2019

Where: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

The purpose of this workshop is for participants to learn about state-of-the-art mixed methods research design and to incorporate rigorous mixed methods components into their own dissertation/thesis project and writing.
Participants from all disciplines at any stage of the dissertation/thesis process encouraged to attend!

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Mixed Methods International Research Association

The MMIRA engages with the international community to support mixed methods research.  The MMIRA holds a global conference on mixed methods annually, and the MMIRA web site lists workshops and training available around the world on the MMIRA home page.

Seminar in Mixed Methods Research

For students at Johns Hopkins University, a seminar in mixed methods will be held in the 2nd term.  Class sessions include student and faculty presentations as well as discussions of recent articles in the literature (330.805). Contact Dr. Gallo for more information at ("MM seminar" in the subject line).


Mixed Methods Research and Special Interest Groups