Mixed methods uses both quantitative and qualitative data to answer research questions that neither were able to answer on their own. This video describes the different types of mixed methods designs and illustrates these with examples of research undertaken by ISSR researchers.

mixed methods video






View examples of our featured projects exemplifying ISSR's strengths:

Evaluation of the National Support for Child and Youth Mental Health Program and Longitudinal Research Plan
Client: Australian Department of Health
LeadProfessor Simon Smith
Term: 2018 - 2021

CrowdGenerate new knowledge through qualitative discovery

The MFSAS Gathering Qualitative Data Course (2 days) will enable participants to understand the results from administrative or survey data by investigating these findings in more depth through qualitative methods. It will cover skills to gather data from stakeholders through interviews, focus groups or visual methods in order to make evidence-informed decisions and ensure that surveys provide valid and reliable data.​

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