NCRM / Exeter Q-Step Mixed Methods Workshop


29/06/2023 - 30/06/2023

Organised by:

University of Exeter


Dr Rebecca Johnson


Intermediate (some prior knowledge)


Laura Shears


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University of Exeter
Streatham Campus


This two-day workshop will focus on analysing and presenting data from mixed methods projects. The workshop is led by Dr Rebecca Johnson and will include opportunities for 1-to-1 sessions with Dr Johnson. 

The purpose of this workshop is to help participants explore different approaches to analytical integration during a mixed methods study. Analytical Integration in this workshop refers to the combining of qualitative findings and quantitative results which have already been primarily analysed for use within a mixed methods study. The 2 day workshop will include a seminar on approaches to integrating data, followed by an applied session where participants consider the approaches in their own work, and work through how they would apply an integration approach in their own planned or current mixed methods study.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore their own analytical integration application by thinking aloud, discussing issues with other participants, considering alternatives, while receiving support from an experienced facilitator. This workshop is most suitable for participants who have some background knowledge of mixed methods, who are working on a mixed methods study or who plan to work on a mixed methods study. These approaches can be useful for researchers who wish to identify further insights in their data, who want to analyse their data in a more technical and replicable way, or who wish to extend the synthesis of mixed methods findings.


Limited space, £120 (academic staff, with bursaries available). The workshop is co-sponsored by ERC Advanced Grant TWICEASGOOD.

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Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches, Integration

Related publications and presentations:

Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches

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