The Yin and Yang of Data: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods


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This webinar will discuss the kinds of information that you can get from qualitative that you might not get from quantitative; how you can use quantitative findings to refine qualitative instruments, and vice versa; using quantitative and qualitative data to investigate linkages in a theory of change.


Nom Titre Biography
Maggie Magee Researcher, Mathematica Maggie Magee, MPH, is a Researcher at Mathematica. She uses qualitative methods in monitoring, evaluation, and research to generate evidence highlighting the needs and perspectives of people impacted by programs and policies to inform decision-making. Her work focuses on maternal health, sexual and reproductive health, and family planning.
Sidra Bashir Program Manager, Analytics Service, CERP Sidra Bashir is a Program Manager for Analytics Service at CERP. She leads the management and execution of large scale health programs with public and private stakeholders. Sidra holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from University of Edinburgh, UK. Her work focuses on maternal and child health, nutrition, sexual and reproductive health and health promotion, planning and policy.

Sujets et thèmes

Évaluateurs Commissaires à l’évaluation Utilisateurs de l’évaluation VOPE / Réseaux d’évaluation Évaluation et Changement Transformationnel : Équilibrer Ambition et Réalisme Réseaux d’évaluation

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