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Sample Size in Qualitative Interview Studies
Sample sizes must be ascertained in qualitative studies like in quantitative studies but not by the same means. The prevailing concept for sample size in qualitative studies is “saturation.”Expand
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Problems and challenges in relation to the treatment of patients with multimorbidity: General practitioners’ views and attitudes*
Abstract Objective. To explore views and attitudes among general practitioners (GPs) and researchers in the field of general practice towards problems and challenges related to treatment of patientsExpand
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Shame, honor and responsibility in clinical dialog about lifestyle issues: a qualitative study about patients' presentations of self.
OBJECTIVE To explore how patients enact presentations of self in consultations dealing with lifestyle in general practice. METHODS We conducted a qualitative observational study with thematic,Expand
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Preconceptions influence women’s perceptions of information on breast cancer screening: a qualitative study
BackgroundScreening for breast cancer has been subject to intense debate in recent decades regarding benefits and risks. Participation in breast cancer screening should be based on informed choice,Expand
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Danish general practitioners only play a minor role in the coordination of cancer treatment.
INTRODUCTION Despite initiatives to integrate treatment and care across organisations, patient trajectories in Danish health-care are not well coordinated. Coordination among many health-careExpand
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Quality of life study in a regional group of patients with Crohn disease. A structured interview study.
BACKGROUND The course and prognosis of Crohn disease has previously been described in a regional group of patients in Copenhagen County. The aim of the present study was to reveal the quality ofExpand
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Keeping morality out and the GP in. Consultations in Danish general practice as a context for smoking cessation advice.
OBJECTIVE To describe consultations in Danish general practice as a context for a mass strategy of smoking cessation advice. METHODS The focus of the study was on consultations for health problemsExpand
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Deciding if lifestyle is a problem: GP risk assessments or patient evaluations? A conversation analytic study of preventive consultations in general practice
Objective. The aim of this study is to analyse the interaction between patients and GPs in preventive consultations with an emphasis on how patients answer GPs’ questions about lifestyle, and theExpand
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Preparing general practitioners to receive cancer patients following treatment in secondary care: a qualitative study
BackgroundMany patients consider the interface between secondary and primary care difficult, and in particular, the transition of care between these different parts of the healthcare system presentsExpand
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Developing and maintaining patients' trust during general practice consultations: the case of smoking cessation advice.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this paper is to describe how the process of developing and maintaining trust is related to how and if smoking cessation advice is given in general practice consultations. Expand
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