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Multi-methods research refers to the use of two or more research methods to understand a problem. In health and human services research for practice, methods might include quantitative research, clinical research, laboratory research, qualitative methods, geographical mapping, social network analysis, and any number of other methodological techniques. Choosing an appropriate mix of methods is only the first step in running a successful multi-methods project. In order to get the most from the chosen methods, the project needs to involve a team of experts on each method. That team also needs to develop an effective way to work together.
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