Michael D. Fetters, MD, MPH, MA
Co-Editor in Chief, Journal of Mixed Methods Research
Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Director, Mixed Methods Program
Director, Japanese Family Health Program Education and Research
University of Michigan Medical School
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Michael D. Fetters, MD, MPH, MA, is a professor of family medicine at the University of Michigan (U-M) where he directs the Japanese Family Health Education and Research Programs that strives to provide culturally and linguistically competent care for the Japanese population currently residing in Ann Arbor and the Detroit Metropolitan area. Fluent in Japanese, he has also been instrumental in the introduction, preparation for, and teaching of, the concepts, skills and mission behind the specialty of family medicine for medical residents in Japan with a grant awarded to the U-M and the Department of Family Medicine titled the Shizuoka-University of Michigan Advanced Residency Training, Education and Research in Family Medicine (SMARTER FM). With Family Medicine Adjunct Professor John W. Creswell, he co-founded and directs the University of Michigan Mixed Methods Program as an international expert in the methodology of Mixed Methods Research, where he has taught multiple mixed methods workshops domestically and internationally in Canada, Denmark, China, Hong Kong, Qatar, South Africa, and Japan. He also serves as Co-Editor in Chief with Jose Franciso Molina Azorin for the Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH
Associate Editor, AAMC MedEdPORTAL
Associate Editor, Peer-Reviewed Reports in Medical Education Research (PRiMER)
Assistant Dean of Clinical Learning
Professor of Family and Community Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin - Central Wisconsin
Wausau, WI, USA
Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH is a Professor of Family and Community Medicine and the Assistant Dean for Clinical Learning at the Medical College of Wisconsin - Central Wisconsin campus. He earned his bachelor and medical degrees at the University of Wisconsin. He completed his Family Medicine Residency and Master of Science in Public Health at the University of Utah. His research has focused on family medicine and public health education. Dr. Prunuske has served as an Associate Editor for MedEdPORTAL from 2013-2021 and for the STFM journal PRiMER: Peer-Reviewed Reports in Medical Education Research from 2016-present.