A further step in Mixed-Methods

In the last few years I have started working on mixed-methods. Combining quantitative and qualitative data, I try to provide a broader overview on research results.

Some of my articles using this methodology include the new paper on student’s sport activities: https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/i4s/issue/54890/744400

I wish to specialize more and more in this research approach.

Design Thinking: does it work in research?

Two new publications from my research activities at the Bordeaux Population Health research center. Participatory research approaches and co-creation are in the limelight. Is design thinking good or bad for researchers and study participants?

1. Montagni I (2018). Does design thinking really work? Views on co-creation practices in research, XXI Congrès de la SFSIC « Création, Créativité et Médiations », Paris (France), 13-15 Juin 2018.

2. Montagni I, Koman J, Lhomme E, Tzourio C, The Sécupliqué Team (2018). Efficacy of an online video to promote health insurance literacy among students. ESSACHESS – Journal for Communication Studies, vol 11, n 1(21): 29-48.