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Qualitative Data Analysis

The open-access Study site includes: Downloadable worksheets templates and Appendices from the book A selected bibliography of SAGE journal articles compiled by author Johnny Saldana "Excellent book! Each chapter transitions into another just like qualitative researchers transitioning from constructing a research question to following up with methodological decisions to study the

Health worker perspectives on barriers to delivery of

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Health worker perspectives on barriers to delivery of routine tuberculosis diagnostic evaluation services in Uganda: a qualitative study to guide clinic-based interventions Adithya Cattamanchi1 2 3 8 † Cecily R Miller1 2 4*† Asa Tapley3 Priscilla Haguma8 Emmanuel Ochom8 Sara Ackerman5 J Lucian Davis1 2 3 8 Achilles Katamba7 8 and Margaret A

Discussing alcohol use with the GP: a qualitative study

Design setting A qualitative study of patients ( n = 12) with AUD in remission or treatment recruited from various medical settings Method Semi-structured interviews were conducted audiorecorded and transcribed verbatim The authors conducted an inductive analysis based on grounded theory The analysis was performed until theoretical data saturation was reached Results The participants

Qualitative Study of Bullying from Multiple Perspectives

This article describes a pilot study using qualitative methods to investigate bullying from the perspectives of the victimized children their parents and educators Interviews were conducted with children in grades 4 and 5 who self-identified as victims one parent each child's teacher and school administrators Two major themes emerged: difficulty determining whether an incident is

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Practicing nurses

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Practicing nurses perspectives of clinical scholarship: a qualitative study Lesley Wilkes1* Judy Mannix2 and Debra Jackson3 Abstract Background: There is a scarcity of research published on clinical scholarship Much of the conceptualisation has been conducted in the academy Nurse academics espouse that the practice of nursing must be built within a

A qualitative study of informal caregivers' perspectives

Background Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a life-shortening lung disease that leads to significant morbidity in patients The devastation IPF imposes extends beyond patients: it affects their spouses loved ones and any other person who might TongWei on the role of informal caregiver (IC) to the patient Objective The aim of this study was to capture ICs' perspectives on how they are

Community

Substantial resources have been invested in evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation in community settings however research suggests that EBPs do not always sustain over time This qualitative study explored the perspectives of 13 community behavioral health agency leaders regarding the sustainability of an EBP 25 to 28 months following the original training period

Health worker perspectives on barriers to delivery of

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Health worker perspectives on barriers to delivery of routine tuberculosis diagnostic evaluation services in Uganda: a qualitative study to guide clinic-based interventions Adithya Cattamanchi1 2 3 8 † Cecily R Miller1 2 4*† Asa Tapley3 Priscilla Haguma8 Emmanuel Ochom8 Sara Ackerman5 J Lucian Davis1 2 3 8 Achilles Katamba7 8 and Margaret A

Physician perspectives on Choosing Wisely Canada as an

Study design To achieve the objectives of this study we adopted a thematic qualitative analysis approach suited for smaller scale research studies aimed to develop grounded explanations that address the explanatory objectives of the researcher [14 15] As described by Corbin and Straus [] these procedures referred to generically as qualitative analysis of data include a process of

Open Access Research Exploring the patient perspective of

Open Access AbstrAct Objectives Fatigue is an often mentioned symptom by patients with irreversible visual impairment This study explored the patient perspective of fatigue in visually impaired adults with a focus on symptoms of fatigue causes consequences and coping strategies setting Two large Dutch low vision multidisciplinary rehabilitation organisations Participants 16 visually

Patients' Perspectives on Tapering of Chronic Opioid

Study Design We conducted a qualitative study using in-person in-depth semistructured interviews with patients on or recently discontinued from COT for chronic noncancer pain A qualitative study design was chosen to facilitate a detailed examination of patients' perspectives The study was approved by the Colorado Multiple Institutional

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access : a contradiction in terms? A

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access 'Palliative care': a contradiction in terms? A qualitative study of cancer patients with a Turkish or Moroccan background their relatives and care providers Fuusje M de Graaff1* Anneke L Francke2 3 Maria ETC van den Muijsenbergh4 5 Sjaak van der Geest1 Abstract Background: Palliative cancer care aims to improve quality of life and ultimately quality of

A qualitative study of patients' perspectives on

Research article Open Access Published: 15 March 2016 A qualitative study of patients' perspectives on collaboration to support self-management in routine rheumatology consultations Emma Dures 1 5 Sarah Hewlett 1 Nicholas Ambler 2 Remona Jenkins 3 Joyce Clarke 3 Rachael Gooberman-Hill 4 BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders volume 17 Article number: 129 (2016) Cite this

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Self

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Self-monitoring of blood glucose in Black Caribbean and South Asian Canadians with non-insulin treated Type 2 diabetes mellitus: a qualitative study of patients' perspectives Enza Gucciardi1* Mariella Fortugno1 Andrea Senchuk1 Heather Beanlands2 Elizabeth McCay2 and Elizabeth E Peel3 Abstract Background: To examine the views and current practice of

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References: [1]MacKay C Qualitative study exploring the factors influencing physical therapy management of early knee osteoarthritis in Canada BMJ 2018 open [2]Carmona-Ters Understanding knee osteoarthritis from the patients' perspective: a qualitative study " BMC musculoskeletal disorders 18 1 (2017): 225 [3]Marlene F Exercise for

A qualitative study of patient perspectives related to

A qualitative study of patient perspectives related to glucocorticoid therapy in polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis Elizabeth Hoon Carlee Ruediger Tiffany Gill Rachel J Black Catherine L Hill Centre For Nutrition Gastrointestinal Diseases Research output: Contribution to journal › Article Abstract Objective: To determine patient experiences of glucocorticoid (GC

City Research Online

This study aimed to explore perspectives of various sTongWeiholders on barriers to timely access creation Study Design Qualitative study Setting Participants Semi-structured interviews with 96 participants (response rate 67%) including patients with stage 4 chronic kidney disease (n = 30) new hemodialysis patients with (n = 18) and without (n = 20) permanent access (arteriovenous fistula

What is needed for implementing drug checking services in

In this study we undertook a qualitative study with potential service users The inquiry was a collaboration between community researchers from the local drug user union and university-based researchers The university-based researchers developed a semi-structured qualitative interview guide to seek perspectives on potential barriers and facilitators across each of the five domains of the

Review Essay: Open Access and its Social Context: New

Electronic Publishing and Open Access: Current State and Future Perspectives] A Special Issue of Historische Sozialforschung 29 (1) 5-257 Abstract: I claim that what is called open access is actually a transformed form of traditional (closed) access and is open only by its obviously appealing label As a re-organizational move of institutionalized kind it benefits the economically

Open Access Research Participants perspectives on making

Participants' perspectives on making and maintaining behavioural changes in a lifestyle intervention for type 2 diabetes prevention: a qualitative study using the theory domain framework Linda Penn 1 2 Stephan U Dombrowski 1 Falko F Sniehotta 1 2 Martin White1 2 To cite: Penn L Dombrowski SU Sniehotta FF et al Participants' perspectives on making and maintaining behavioural changes in

Open access Original article Primary care clinicians

Open access Primary care clinicians' views of paediatric respiratory infection surveillance information to inform clinical decision-making: a qualitative study Emma C Anderson 1 Joanna May Kesten 2 Isabel Lane 3 Alastair D Hay 4 Timothy Moss 5 Christie Cabral6 To cite: Anderson EC Kesten JM Lane I et al Primary care clinicians' views of paediatric respiratory infection surveillance

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Perceived barriers and

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Perceived barriers and facilitators of using dietary modification for CKD prevention among African Americans of low socioeconomic status: a qualitative study Amber E Johnson1 L Ebony Boulware1 2 3 4 Cheryl AM Anderson3 5 Tatpong Chit-ua-aree6 Kimberly Kahan6 LaPricia Lewis Boyr1 Yang Liu6 and Deidra C Crews2 6 7* Abstract Background: Factors

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