Mixed methods research is the combination of quantitative and qualitative approaches within a study for the broad purpose of obtaining breadth and depth (Johnson, Onwuegbuzie, & Turner, 2007; Tashakkori & Creswell, 2007). Over the past two decades, mixed methods research has seen a significant increase within health and nursing research. This chapter provides an overview of how qualitative and quantitative methods can be combined to better meet the aims and objectives of a research study. The focus is to highlight what mixed methods research can do and to identify some mixed methods designs that enrich research findings.