Using Mixed-methods Research in Health & Education in Nepal
Keywords:high low income countries, health promotion, childbirth, multi-methods, maternity care
In the areas of health promotion and health education, mixed-methods research approach has become widely used. In mixed-methods research, also called multi-methods research, the researchers combine quantitative and qualitative research designs in a single study. This paper introduces the mixed-methods approach for use in research in health education. To illustrate this pragmatic research approach we are including an example of mixed-methods research as applied in Nepalese research.
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