The University of The West Indies, St. Augustine Campus

Caribbean Chapter

Fourth Regional Mixed Methods Conference 2023

Monday 10 - Wednesday 12, July 2023
School of Education, The University of the West Indies
St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago


The MMIRA is a global community of researchers with interest in mixing methods. The President of the MMIRA, Professor Cheryl Poth, leads a dynamic team that aims to advance discussions and conversations from diverse disciplines and multiple perspectives. Please see the website for more information.


About The Mixed Methods International Research Association - Caribbean Chapter (MMIRA-CC)

The MMIRACC was founded in March 2017 in Jamaica and is chaired by Dr. Loraine Cook, School of Education, Mona . This chapter is committed to creating a forum in which persons can share cutting-edge ideas and best practice recommendations regarding the integration of qualitative and quantitative approaches to problem-solving. This chapter is dedicated to transforming the ways in which phenomena can be understood and transform decision-making practices to enable our individual and collective development. The MMIRA-CC website is


Joining the Caribbean Chapter of the Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA-CC).

As a first step to joining the MMIRA Caribbean Chapter, you must first become a member of the Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA). If you are not already a member of MMIRA, join at


In addition to the benefits of being a member of MMIRA, you have access to an array of rich resources available only through your membership in the Caribbean.
In addition to the MMIRA benefits, the Chapter offers:

  • Information about networking/training opportunities in the Caribbean
  • Access to colleagues in the Caribbean who are doing mixed methods research or those interested in doing mixed methods research in the Caribbean
  • Involvement in a professional association with a focus on conducting research, in particular research that informs policy in the Caribbean region
  • Opportunities to learn more about mixed methodologies in the context of Caribbean research.
  • Legitimization of research work in the Caribbean through expert advice on how to conduct more rigorous mixed methods research
  • Opportunities for interdisciplinary and Caribbean collaboration on mixed methods research projects
  • Access to Chapter newsletters