The MMIRA is a global community of researchers with interest in mixing methods. The President of the MMIRA, Professor Vanessa Scherman, leads a dynamic team that aims to advance discussions and conversations from diverse disciplines and multiple perspectives. Please see the website for more information: http://mmira.wildapricot.org
The MMIRACC was founded in March 2017 in Jamaica and is chaired by Dr. Loraine Cook, School of Education, Mona. TThe MMIRA-CC was founded in March 2017 in Jamaica and Professor Loraine Cook, School of Education, Mona was its first President. 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. Dr Sharon Jaggernauth is the incumbent President who is working towards elevating mixed methods research capability within The UWI, and other institutions across the Caribbean, and beyond. For more information about our Caribbean Chapter, visit our website: https://www.mmiracc.com/
As a first step to joining the MMIRA-CC, you should become a member of the Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA). If you are not already a member of MMIRA, join at https://mmira.wildapricot.org/membership https://mmira.wildapricot.org/membership.
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: