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Applied Thematic Analysis
Chapter 1. Introduction to Applied Thematic Analysis Chapter 2. Planning and Preparing the Analysis Chapter 3. Themes and Codes Chapter 4. Validity and Reliability (Credibility and Dependability) inExpand
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Collecting Qualitative Data: A Field Manual for Applied Research
Chapter 1. Qualitative Research: Defining and Designing Chapter 2. Sampling Chapter 3. Participant Observation Chapter 4. In-Depth Interviews Chapter 5. Focus Groups Chapter 6. Additional QualitativeExpand
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In-Depth Interviews
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Data Reduction Techniques for Large Qualitative Data Sets
WORKING WITH DATA COLLECTED through a team effort or in multiple sites can be both challenging and rewarding. The sheer size and complexity of the data set sometimes makes the analysis daunting, cbutExpand
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Fertility patients' views about frozen embryo disposition: results of a multi-institutional U.S. survey.
OBJECTIVE To describe fertility patients' preferences for disposition of cryopreserved embryos and determine factors important to these preferences. DESIGN Cross-sectional survey conducted betweenExpand
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Factors that affect infertility patients' decisions about disposition of frozen embryos.
OBJECTIVE To describe factors that affect infertility patients' decision making regarding their cryopreserved embryos. DESIGN Forty-six semistructured in-depth interviews of individuals and couplesExpand
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Introduction to Applied Thematic Analysis
Unsatisfied with the limitations imposed by any one particular martial art, Bruce Lee developed his own composite fighting style, which he called " Jeet Kune Do " (the way of the intercepting fist).Expand
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The meaning of "control" for childbearing women in the US.
Childbearing women, healthcare providers, and commentators on birth broadly identify control as an important issue during childbirth; however, control is rarely defined in literature on the topic.Expand
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Factors influencing the retention of midwives in the public sector in Afghanistan: a qualitative assessment of midwives in eight provinces.
OBJECTIVE to examine factors that affect retention of public sector midwives throughout their career in Afghanistan. DESIGN qualitative assessment using semi-structured in-depth interviews (IDIs)Expand
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Comparing focus groups and individual interviews: findings from a randomized study
Abstract Qualitative researchers often have to decide whether to collect data using focus groups or individual interviews. We systematically compare these two methods on their ability to generate twoExpand
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