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Mixed methods’ contribution to process evaluation of population health intervention

Abstract : By combining quantitative and qualitative methods, mixed methods aim to produce a more complete picture of the phenomena being studied. When it comes to evaluation of population health interventions, mixed methods could be an interesting methodological option to cover both effectiveness and process evaluation. This presentation will illustrate contributions and challenges of the use of mixed methods in population health intervention research.
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Marie-Renée Guével. Mixed methods’ contribution to process evaluation of population health intervention. International workshop" Population Health Intervention Research", Alliance Aviesan, Inserm, IReSP, INCa, ANRS, Nov 2016, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02861818⟩

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