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  1. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Skillman et.al published in Qualitative Health Research. Title: A Framework for Rigorous Qualitative Research as a Component of Mixed Method Rapid-Cycle Evaluation DOI:https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1049732318795675 This study aims is to describe the advantages and limitations of a broadly applicable framework for in-depth qualitative analysis placed within a larger rapid-cycle, multisite, mixed-method evaluation. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  2. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Lyndon et.al published in Personal Review. Title: Shared leadership and team creativity: Investigating the role of cognitive trust and team learning through mixed method approach DOI:https://doi.org/10.1108/PR-05-2019-0262 This study aims is to extend the theoretical understanding and conceptualization of shared leadership by examining the impact of cognitive trust as an antecedent of shared leadership. Further, the study examines the mediating effect of team learning on relationship between shared leadership and team creativity. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Okada et.al published in British Journal of Educational Technology. Title: e-Authentication for online assessment: A mixed-method study DOI:https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12608 This study aims to investigate whether the use of e-authentication systems would increase trust on e-assessment via examining the attitudes and experiences students who used an authentication system known as adaptive trust-based e-assessment system for learning (TeSLA). Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Murphy et.al published in British Journal of General Practice. Title: Implementation of remote consulting in UK primary care following the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed-methods longitudinal study DOI:https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2020.0948 This study aims to investigate the rapid implementation of remote consulting and explore impact over the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  5. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Schmidt et.al published in Geriatrics. Title: Associations between Neighborhood Open Space Features and Walking and Social Interaction in Older Adults—A Mixed Methods Study DOI:https://doi.org/10.3390/geriatrics4030041 In this study authors aim to investigate the association between built environment features, social interaction, and walking within NOS, among older adults living in a low socio-economic neighborhood in Copenhagen. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  6. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Farewell et. al. published in Journal of Primary Care & Community Health Title: A Mixed-Methods Pilot Study of Perinatal Risk and Resilience During COVID-19 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1177%2F2150132720944074 In this study authors aim to use mixed-methods to better understand the mental health and well-being effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, as well as sources of resilience, among women during the perinatal period. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  7. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Capella-Peris et. al. published in Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. Title: Innovative Analysis of Service-Learning Effects in Physical Education: A Mixed-Methods Approach DOI: https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2019-0030 In this study authors aim to compare the development of teaching competency in preservice teachers of physical education (n = 96) through two different modalities of intervention from the same service-learning program. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  8. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Walker et. al. published in Nurse Education Today. Title: Students' experiences and perceptions of interprofessional education during rural placement: A mixed methods study DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2018.12.012 In this study authors report student perceptions and readiness for interprofessional education in the rural clinical learning environment in one region of Australia. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  9. I'm trying to bring in multi-site concept mapping data at multiple levels to NVivo 11 for Windows so that we can conduct a more in-depth mixed methods analysis. The data structure is shown in the graphic. It's multilevel as follows: -There are 17 locations/sites - I imagine these will be cases in NVivo -Each site has between 40-100 statements (ideas that were generated based on a question) that we want to code -Each site also has 5-11 cluster names in which statements are grouped (through previously carried out multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis) which we also want to code -Each site also has two dimensions (two phrases describing the content of the map at a higher level than the clusters) in which clusters/statements are grouped which we will also want to code The above is the qualitative data. There is also quantitative data as follows: -Statements have two quantitative ratings (priority and frequency, each on a scale of 1 to 5) -Clusters have quantitative ratings as well (mean priority, mean frequency, and a bridging value) -Sites also have quantitative reliability coefficients (six different reliability measures) We can bring this all in using the Survey function or via Excel spreadsheets. Where I'm getting hung up is the multiple rows of statements per site. Any suggestions on how to bring in multi-level data of this nature? Thank you.
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