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Introduction to Mixed Methods Research for UX Researchers

Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 5:00 pm PST

Online Event on Zoom

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About this Event

Combining qualitative and quantitative research approaches helps researchers understand a problem better to design a better solution.

 

In this introductory and interactive event, you will learn a framework to design and analyze a mixed methods research project and create a proposal, using qualitative and quantitative methods. Remove the guesswork about how to sequence your qual-quant work, define your outputs ahead of time, and craft a compelling research playbook. You will learn:

  • How to discuss research study goals and expected outcomes

  • How to describe mixed-methods justification for collecting qualitative and quantitative data, and using mixed methods procedure

  • Describe the target population(s) for your research

  • Describe the rationale and use for designs

  • Determine the criteria for selecting your design

Live closed captioning will be available. Only registered attendees will receive the event recording and transcript.

We are limiting capacity to this event so register today!

Our Speakers

Elham Ali, MPH, PMP

Elham Ali is the Founder and Principal Researcher of Elham Ali Consultancy, a firm based in Los Angeles that aims to impact public health and healthcare outcomes through evidence-based and human-centered design and research. She is also a Design Career Coach at DesignLab.

For the past 8 years, Elham has collaborated with government agencies and enterprises such as the New York State Department of Health, Boston Scientific, and Tyson Foods. With a background in EMS and project management, Elham integrates principles in trauma-informed care and social determinants of health to impact population health.

From Bahrain and the Philippines, Elham enjoys cooking various cuisines and being a cat momma to her four kitties.

© 2020 by Elham Ali Consultancy, LLC

© 2020 by Elham Ali Consultancy, LLC

© 2020 by Elham Ali Consultancy, LLC

© 2021 by Elham Ali Consultancy, LLC