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Dr. Melissa DeJonckheere is a health services researcher and mixed methodologist specializing in community based participatory methods and qualitative research design. Her primary interest is use of CBPR and mixed methods approaches to investigate health disparities in childhood and adolescence, including chronic stress and social determinants of health. She previously served as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Michigan Mixed Methods Program and Department of Family Medicine. DeJonckheere completed her PhD in Educational Studies at the University of Cincinnati, where she worked on qualitative and mixed methods projects in both the education and health fields.
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New research in JAMA Pediatrics from Tammy Chang explores youth opinions about guns and gun control in the United States
How has the 2016 presidential election affected the health and wellbeing of young Americans? New research from Tammy Chang, M.D., M.P.H., M.S. and Melissa DeJonckheere, Ph.D. provide context. Share their Conversation piece and find the original article now in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health.
A fresh approach to longitudinal, mixed methods research design, MyVoice harnesses the power of mobile SMS technology and rapid algorithmic text analysis toward their goal of “strategic science.”
U-M Family Medicine presents at 2017 North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) annual meeting
Several faculty members from our research division will present their work in at the 2017 NAPCRG annual meeting this fall. NAPCRG is the premier gathering of primary care researchers from around the world.
In a three-day mini-course this fall, the Michigan Mixed Methods program trained researchers from across academics disciplines in the design of mixed methods research.
Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, Educational Studies, Educational and Community Based Action Research, Cincinnati, OH, 2016