Demystifying Qualitative Research in Pregnancy and Childbirth: A Resource Book for Midwives and Obst (BOK)

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This Book Guides Readers Through Qualitative Research. The Text Is Timely And Informs Clinicians And Researchers About The Rationale For, And Tools Of, Qualitative Research Methods. It Will Help To Break Down Barriers, Where They Exist, Between Obstetricians And Midwives On Concepts Of What Makes For Good Research In Maternity Care The Information In This Book Guides Readers Through All Stages Of The Research Process. The Journey Through The Chapters Will Enlighten Them To The Purpose Of Qualitative Research; Inform Them Of Considerations Before They Commence Any Research; Outline The Theoretical Underpinning Of The Approach; Highlight Important Ethical Issues; Discuss Different Methods Of Data Collection; Explore The Process Of Analysis; Suggest Ways Of Assessing Qualitative Research; Demonstrate How To Integrate Qualitative And Quantitative Research; And Provide Examples Of How To Explore The Views Of Those Who Are Hard To Reach. Pivotal To This Information Are Real Research Examples From Maternity Settings, With Which Readers Can Relate.


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Utgitt 2004
ISBN 9781856422598
Antall sider 176 Dimensjoner 15,6cm x 23,4cm x 0,9cm
Vekt 300 gram Andre medvirkende Grace Edwards, Tina Lavender, Zarko Alfirevic
Emner og form Midwifery, Medical research, Gynaecology & obstetrics