The development, description and appraisal of an emergent multimethod research design to study workforce changes in integrated care interventions

L. Busetto, K.G. Luijkx, S. Calciolari, L.G. González-ortiz, H.J.M. Vrijhoef

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In this paper, we provide a detailed and explicit description of the processes and decisions underlying and shaping the emergent multimethod research design of our study on workforce changes in integrated chronic care.
The study was originally planned as mixed method research consisting of a pre- liminary literature review and quantitative check of these findings via a Delphi panel. However, when the findings of the literature review were not appropriate for quantitative confirmation, we chose to continue our qualitative exploration of the topic via qualitative questionnaires and secondary analysis of two best practice case reports.
The resulting research design is schematically described as an emergent and interactive mul- timethod design with multiphase combination timing. In doing so, we provide other researchers with a set of theory- and experience-based options to develop their own multimethod research and provide an example for more detailed and structured reporting of emergent designs.
We argue that the terminology developed for the description of mixed methods designs should also be used for multimethod designs such as the one presented here.
Keywords: multimethod research, emergent design, qualitative research, integrated care, workforce changes
Original languageEnglish
Article number1
JournalInternational Journal of Integrated Care
Volume17
Issue number1
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Publication statusPublished - Mar 2017

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