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Quantitative and qualitative methods

Watch Jakob Zinsstag summarise the different quantitative and qualitative methods used in One Health approaches.

As mentioned last week, working with stakeholders and communities is quite essential for a One Health approach in the general sense. On the side of methodology, it is also crucial to combine both qualitative and quantitative methods.

Last week you explored different qualitative methods. Quantitative methods can be used to form mathematical models, for example to understand the emergence and the spread of an illness or to calculate financial savings. But these data have to be filled with in-depth qualitative information that include cultural aspects.

Watch this video and explore how to combine both quantitative and qualitative methods.

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