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Reliability and validity in research.
  • P. Roberts, H. Priest
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…
  • 12 July 2006
This article examines reliability and validity as ways to demonstrate the rigour and trustworthiness of quantitative and qualitative research. The authors discuss the basic principles of reliabilityExpand
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An approach to the phenomenological analysis of data.
In this paper, Helena Priest describes and justifies a phenomenological research method that may be used to explore complex and nebulous concepts relevant to nursing and health care, for example, theExpand
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An overview of three different approaches to the interpretation of qualitative data. Part 1: Theoretical issues.
An overview of three methodologies commonly used in nursing and healthcare research is presented: grounded theory, qualitative content analysis and narrative analysis. Expand
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Interprofessional education and working in mental health: in search of the evidence base.
AIM To explore interprofessional attitudes arising from shared learning in mental health. BACKGROUND Inter-professional education in healthcare is a priority area for improving team-working andExpand
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Use of reflexivity in a mixed-methods study.
AIM To present a novice researcher's use of a reflective research diary in the quantitive measure of a mixed methods study and to recommend resulting changes to practice. BACKGROUND Reflexivity isExpand
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Tolerating Uncertainty: Perceptions of the Future for Ageing Parent Carers and Their Adult Children with Intellectual Disabilities
BACKGROUND Improved life expectancy means that more adults with intellectual disabilities are now living with ageing parents. This study explored older families' perceptions of the future. METHODSExpand
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Healthcare research : a textbook for students and practitioners
Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. PART 1 THEORY AND PRACTICE. 1 Why healthcare research? (Michael Traynor). 2 Approaches to healthcare research (OliverSlevin). 3 Taking the first step: DevelopingExpand
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Harnessing collaboration to build nursing research capacity: a research team journey.
This paper discusses a qualitative evaluation study, designed to explore nursing lecturers' research capability development through their engagement as co-researchers in a larger case study projectExpand
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Adolescents who self-harm: professional staff knowledge, attitudes and training needs.
This study aimed to investigate professional staff attitudes and knowledge about adolescents who engage in self-harming behaviour and to identify training needs. Previous research has suggested thatExpand
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