His primary areas of study are Health care, Family medicine, Qualitative research, Research design and Public health. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including MEDLINE, Public relations and Arab americans. The Family medicine study combines topics in areas such as Nursing, Cancer, Time on treatment and Cross-cultural studies.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Multimethodology, Data collection, Data science and Medical education in addition to Qualitative research. The concepts of his Multimethodology study are interwoven with issues in Publication, Health science and Representation. His studies deal with areas such as Health services research and Applied psychology as well as Research design.
His main research concerns Family medicine, Health care, Multimethodology, Medical education and Nursing. His Family medicine study combines topics in areas such as Alternative medicine, Cancer, Qualitative research and Intervention. His study brings together the fields of Research design and Qualitative research.
His work deals with themes such as Health services research, Clinical trial and Applied psychology, which intersect with Research design. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Urdu, MEDLINE, Data collection and Cultural diversity. His Multimethodology research includes elements of Public health and Data science.
Multimethodology, Family medicine, Medical education, Health care and Management science are his primary areas of study. His Multimethodology research incorporates elements of Qualitative research, Ethnic group, Data integration and Data science. His Family medicine research integrates issues from Research design, Likert scale, Palliative care and Community health.
In his research on the topic of Research design, Variety and Data collection is strongly related with International Family Medicine. His Medical education research includes themes of Cervical cancer screening, Policy analysis and Public health. His study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Patient satisfaction, Intervention, Stakeholder, Racial bias and Protocol.
Michael D. Fetters focuses on Multimethodology, Family medicine, Medical education, Primary care and Management science. His Multimethodology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology, Communication skills training, Racial bias, Element and Qualitative research. His research integrates issues of Perception, Research design, Feeling, Community health and Cohort in his study of Family medicine.
His Medical education research incorporates themes from Policy analysis and Health care. Michael D. Fetters has researched Primary care in several fields, including Rural area and Dementia, Disease. Management science combines with fields such as Normalization process theory, Qualitative comparative analysis, Health services research, Fuzzy set and Data transformation in his work.
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Achieving Integration in Mixed Methods Designs—Principles and Practices
Michael D. Fetters;Leslie A. Curry;John W. Creswell.
Health Services Research (2013)
Designing A Mixed Methods Study In Primary Care
John W. Creswell;Michael D. Fetters;Nataliya V. Ivankova.
Annals of Family Medicine (2004)
Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Results in Health Science Mixed Methods Research Through Joint Displays.
Timothy C. Guetterman;Michael D. Fetters;John W. Creswell.
Annals of Family Medicine (2015)
Opening cultural doors: Providing culturally sensitive healthcare to Arab American and American Muslim patients
Maya M. Hammoud;Casey B. White;Michael D. Fetters.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (2005)
Medical student attitudes toward video games and related new media technologies in medical education.
Frederick W Kron;Craig L Gjerde;Ananda Sen;Michael D Fetters.
BMC Medical Education (2010)
Context Matters: The Experience of 14 Research Teams in Systematically Reporting Contextual Factors Important for Practice Change
Andrada Tomoaia-Cotisel;Andrada Tomoaia-Cotisel;Andrada Tomoaia-Cotisel;Debra L. Scammon;Norman J. Waitzman;Peter F. Cronholm.
Annals of Family Medicine (2013)
The 1 + 1 = 3 Integration Challenge:
Michael D. Fetters;Dawn Freshwater.
Journal of Mixed Methods Research (2015)
Factors considered by medical students when formulating their specialty preferences in Japan: findings from a qualitative study.
Priya Saigal;Yousuke Takemura;Takashi Nishiue;Michael D Fetters.
BMC Medical Education (2007)
Family consent, communication, and advance directives for cancer disclosure: a Japanese case and discussion.
Akira Akabayashi;Michael D. Fetters;Todd S. Elwyn.
Journal of Medical Ethics (1999)
Video elicitation interviews: a qualitative research method for investigating physician-patient interactions.
Stephen G. Henry;Michael D. Fetters.
Annals of Family Medicine (2012)
Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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