Programme

The following programme is current as at 22 October, however the committee reserve the right to change the programme as required.  Any changes will be updated on the website.

Conference Programme

Wednesday 4 December 2019
0745Registration open
0845Opening / Welcome
0930 Keynote: Integration in theory and practice. Prof Pat Bazeley
1040 - 1110Morning tea
1110Paper Presentations. Concurrent Session One
1110 - 1130Integrating ‘Messy’ Mixed Methods Data through data diffraction and typologizing: Analyzing Phillipine rural communities' investment climates for overseas remittances. Jeremaiah Opiniano
Arts Based Research and the lived experience of Autism. Jan Hastie
The experiences of women planning a vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC) in Australia: A mixed methods exploratory study . Hazel Keedle
Validation as an Ongoing Process in a Mixed Methods Research Study. Beverley Fitzpatrick
1135 - 1155Capacitating the Faculty in Meeting the Basic Standards of Philippine Medical Education Erlyn Sana
Evidential pluralism as foundations for mixed methods research. Jon Williamson
Using a Mixed Method Research to Develop Spatial Information Sharing Strategies Across Natural Resource Management Communities. Dev Paulyal
A Fully Integrated Archival Mixed Methods Design to Characterize Information Asymmetries for Transfer Students. David Reeping
1200 - 1220They cannot keep up': A mixed-methods approach to the wicked problem of struggling literacy learners in Australian secondary school. Margaret Merga
Waves and Bridges: A New Approach to Mixed Methods Research Design in Material Culture Studies. Lisa Hackett
Psychology of Volunteerism in the Philippines and the United States: A Mixed Methods Cross-Cultural Comparison. Maribel Gaite
Vietnam-educated and New Zealand-educated postgraduate students' perceptions of plagiarism: A mixed methods analysis. Minh Tran
1225 - 1245Using convergent MMR design to enact macro and micro linkages of migration in Papua New Guinea. Jennifer Litau
Building epistemological bridges for postgraduate supervision in material culture studies – A reflection on mixed methods practice. Jo Coghlan
Intergenerational contradictions in body image standards among Australian immigrant mothers and children. A mixed method study. Tehzeeb Zulfiqar
Explaining differences in academic performance of medical students with health-related and biological premedical courses. Maria Isabel Maniego Atienza


1245 - 1345Networking lunch
1345Spotlight and Mentoring sessions (four concurrent streams). Spotlight Sessions are brief, but in-depth discussions or demonstrations of particular aspects of mixed methods research theory and practice. These conveniently compact training sessions give deep insights that might be new to you, or might build on topics you are already have some familiarity with. The sessions consist of a 25-minute presentation/demonstration of the most important features relevant to a thematic area, and will include opportunities for participant discussion. Participation in the Spotlight Sessions is included in the registration fee.
1420Workshops - Four concurrent workshops through to the end of the day
Workshop 1Workshop 2Workshop 3Workshop 4
Writing mixed methods manuscripts for publication: Tips from experienced authors and editors
Heart & Soul of Mixed Methods: The Importance of Culture
Assoc Prof. Caryn West
Creating Joint Displays to Facilitate Integration: A Step-by-Step Approach
Dr Tim Guetterman
Mixed Methods Data Analysis using a Web Based Application
Dr Michelle Salmona Institute & Prof. Dan Kaczynski Institute for Mixed Methods Research

1530 - 1600Afternoon tea
1600 - 1720Workshops continue
1730 - 1830Welcome Reception

Thursday 5 December 2019
0815Using Software for Mixed Methods - three concurrent sessions
Using NVivo for mixed methods analysis. Prof Pat Bazeley
Innovations in Technology – Using Dedoose for Data Management & Analysis. Dr Michelle Salmona
MAXQDA demo. Tim Gutterman
0930Keynote: Mixed Methods for cross-cultural situations. Assoc. Prof. Caryn West
1040 Morning tea
1110Rapid fire Poster presentations
Perceived Roles of a Medical Review Center in the Philippines: A Mixed Methods Study. Enrico Paolo Banzuela
Reconceptualising Mixed Methods Sequential Explanatory Design for Critical Realism. Heather Thomas
Cross-Continental Collaboration: Using Mixed Methods to Build Research Capacity and Inform Intervention Design. Michelle Nichols
Reflections on the Role of Mixed Methods Research in Exploring Responses to HIV and AIDS in a Faith-based Context in Papua New Guinea: Lessons learnt from an Insider-Outsider Research Experience. Clare Kokinai
Complementary strategies for studying the wellbeing of older women. Pat Bazeley
Study protocol: Building an evidence base for epidemiology emergency response, a mixed methods study. Tambri Housen
1200Paper Presentations. Concurrent Session Two
1200 - 1220Pillar Integration of Mixed Methods Data from a Remittance Investment Climate Analysis in a Philippine Rural Community. Jeremaiah Opiniano
Conducting mixed methods research within a New Zealand cultural context. Maggie Hartnett
Training physiotherapists in guideline-use: A multi-stage mixed methods study. Jessica Stander
1225 - 1245
Untangling the complex relationship between early childhood teachers’ practices and beliefs about how children learn from their peers: a mixed methods study. Penny Smith
Co-design of a quantitative client experience of service measure with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people: Were we really listening? Tiana Culbong
Student’s Emerging Schema and Academic Performance in Single-Sex and Mixed-Gender School Culture. Teodora Salubayba
1245 Networking lunch
1345Spotlight and Mentoring sessions (four concurrent streams). Spotlight Sessions are brief, but in-depth discussions or demonstrations of particular aspects of mixed methods research theory and practice. These conveniently compact training sessions give deep insights that might be new to you, or might build on topics you are already have some familiarity with. The sessions consist of a 20-minute presentation/demonstration of the most important features relevant to a thematic area followed by a short discussion. Participation in the Spotlight Sessions is included in the registration fee.
1420Workshops - Four concurrent workshops through to the end of the day
Workshop 5Workshop 6Workshop 7Workshop 8
Analysing and integrating mixed methods data.
Prof Pat Bazeley
Quality Criteria in Mixed Methods Research
Assoc Prof Ros Cameron
Fully Integrated Mixed Method Research approaches
Prof. Elizabeth Creamer
Quantitative Methods in Indigenous Educational Contexts: using Legitimation Code Theory in the interfaces between quantitative, qualitative and kaupapa Māori research. Dr Brian Tweed and Dr Pania Te Maro
1530Afternoon tea
1600 - 1720Part II of the Workshops
Free EveningA free evening
Friday 6 December 2019
0930Round Table sessions - two streams - interactive with in-depth discussion to follow after each presentation
Group OneGroup Two
Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Understand Factors that Influence Nurses and Midwives Provision of Education on Sex during Pregnancy to Antenatal Couples in Port Moresby, PNG: A Sequential Exploratory Mixed Methods Study. Esther KoskiPractitioner and Researcher Reflections on Mixed Methods Action Research. Carrie Van der Zwaag
Attending to the Concealed Struggle: A Mixed-Method Study on the Care Providers' Burnout in Palliative-Hospice Care Experiences. Joselita BongcaronMeasures of Change: From Co-Design to a Single Case Pilot Study. Helen Lette
Applying Mixed Methods Research in A Governance Study of the Public Primary Mental Health Care in Peninsular Malaysia. Arifah Abd RahimEmploying Mixed Methodological Designs in Community-Engaged Research: Embracing the Messiness while Maintaining Rigor. Michelle Nichols
1040 - 1110Morning tea
1110Paper Presentations. Concurrent Session Three
1110 - 1130
The Value of Intersecting Qualitative Designs with Mixed Methods Research. Tim GuettermanMixed methods in a decolonising intervention: developing a safe space for co-design. Helen LetteThe merits and drawbacks of using qualitative and quasi-quantitative methods of discourse analysis: The case of immigrant representation in New Zealand. Neda Salahshour
1135 - 1155
Multistage Evaluation Design of Mixed Methods: Building Two Convergent Designs to Compare Two Study Abroad Destinations. Chihiro Tajima
Value of teaching mixed methods research method to beginning researchers. Patricia Paraide
Explaining the real world of nurses’ engagement with continuing professional development: A mixed methods study. Samantha Heath
1200 - 1220
What is and is not: Dialectic in a Critical Realist Mixed Methods Sequential Explanatory study of contemplative academic educators. Heather Thomas
Collecting mixed methods data across cultural and language boundaries. Philippa ButlerCreative Solutions: practice versus research in complex community contexts. Susan West
1225 - 1245
Comparative Assessments of the Raggiana Bird of Paradise (BOP) in Protected and Unprotected Forests: An Ethno-ornithological Perspective. Challis Pulotu
Reversing the rising tides of malnutrition in Pacific Small Island Developing Countries. Chris Vogliano
Managing the mixed methods research process in a study exploring perceptions of academic leaders of the functions of a quality assurance process. Anna Williams
1245- 1345Networking lunch
1345Paper Presentations. Concurrent Session Four
1345 - 1405
An explanatory sequential mixed methods investigation of maternal mortality in the Gulf Province of Papua New Guinea. Jennifer Litau
Improving Florida’s Birth Certificate Accuracy. Chinyere ReidTaking a critical stance towards mixed methods research: A qualitative study of researchers views across disciplines and geographic areas. Sergi Fabregues
1410 - 1430
Lyrically Speaking: A Mixed Methods Approach to Lyrical Analysis. Cherie EdwardsIntroducing the Benefits of MMIRA.Elizabeth Creamer & Sophia Johnson
Focussing field epidemiology training on national health priorities in Papua New Guinea: Consultative prioritisation from health workers to policy makers. Tambri Housen
1435 - 1455
Expanding Methodological Boundaries in Sustainable Agriculture Research in Cambodia. David Ader
Details comingOrganisational Support for Grieving Employees in Australia. Lisa Taylor
1455 - 1525Afternoon tea
1525Keynote: Exploring Methodological Boundaries:
Rotating five vantage points about mixed methods research. Prof Elizabeth Creamer
1635Closing remarks
1645Close