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Prof. Nyamongo and Colleagues’ Paper Among the 10 Best Resources on Mixed Methods Research
The paper by Njeru MK, Blystad A, Shayo EH, Nyamongo IK, and Fylkesnes K “Practicing provider-initiated HIV testing in high prevalence settings: consent concerns and missed preventive opportunities” published in 2011 has been ranked among the top 10 best resources on mixed methods research. An increasing number of researchers are turning to mixed methods research in order to research complex issues such as found in the area health. Although qualitative research and quantitative research approaches are most widely used, mixed methods research provide an alternative methodological approach to conducting research. Mixed methods research is particularly useful in low- and middle-income country (LMIC) settings, where understanding social, economic and cultural contexts are critical in assessing health systems performance.