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Mixed Methods in International Health Research

Akademie für Globale Gesundheit und Entwicklung (AGGE)
08.07.2019 - 19.07.2019  Institut für Public Health Heidelberg
Course Content
Research in international health is becoming increasingly complex, requiring scientists to move away from the traditional quantitative vs. qualitative methodological dichotomy. Mixed methods research represents an opportunity to build on the specific strengths of quantitative and qualitative research methods to foster synergies between the two which may allow for a more comprehensive understanding of the problems at stake.
Target Audience
Graduate students at an advanced master level, doctoral students, tropEd students, junior and senior researchers, and consultants actively engaged in research activities.
Local Organizer
Institut für Public-Health, Universität Heidelberg

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Anchal Sharma
Development Cooperation - Special Topics and Health, Evidence-Based Health Care, Public Health, Public Health Research
Type of degree
Certificate of completion
10 Days
EUR 1.500,00
(tropEd & HD doctoral students 1000 Euro)
Organizer contact info
Mohlstraße 26
72074 Tübingen
"Going International promotes access to education and training for all regardless of social, geographic and national borders."

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