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...dressing the impact of future studies on participants in an integrative health care program. As trends continue in the field of health care future studies can emulate this case study for improved future statistics.
I would like to use the mixed methods in my research because I am trying to address the impact of dietary change on changing a health behavior. To address qualitative and quantitative data allows my research to provide clinical statics using anthropometric measurements and also able to use one on one interviewing as a way of collecting subjective data in which lab values and test can not always measure or capture enough information.
Brazier, A., Cooke, K., & Moravan, V. (2008). Using mixed methods for evaluating an integrative approach to cancer care: A case study. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 7(1), 5-17. doi: 10.1177/1534735407313395
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