This article describes a mixed methods approach used to explore the experiences of adult family care home (AFCH) residents and informal caregivers (IC). A rationale is presented for using a mixed methods approach employing the sequential exploratory design with this poorly researched population. The unique challenges attendant to the sampling strategy with this population, and an iterative approach of data collection and data analysis are discussed. A summary of the data integration process and outcome is presented.
Adult Family Care Home, Sequential Explanatory, Sequential Exploratory, Mixed Methods Paradigm, Exclusion Criteria, Inclusion Criteria, and Grounded Theory
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Jeanty, G. C., & Hibel, J. (2011). Mixed Methods Research of Adult Family Care Home Residents and Informal Caregivers. The Qualitative Report, 16(3), 635-656. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol16/iss3/2