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‘Clear as Mud’: Toward Greater Clarity in Generic Qualitative Research
We have observed a growth in the number of qualitative studies that have no guiding set of philosophic assumptions in the form of one of the established qualitative methodologies. This lack ofExpand
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Stigma Associated With Ghanaian Caregivers of AIDS Patients
This study explores the experiences of informal caregivers of AIDS patients in Accra, the capital city of Ghana. Fifteen interviews were completed in 2002 with 11 informal caregivers, includingExpand
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Shrouded in Secrecy: Breaking the News of HIV Infection to Ghanaian Women
  • J. Mill
  • Medicine
  • Journal of transcultural nursing : official…
  • 1 January 2003
The purpose of this research was to examine the experience of HIV-positive Ghanaian women and to identify factors that influenced their vulnerability to infection. The study was carried out in GhanaExpand
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Building capacity for nurse-led research.
AIM To discuss factors that have influenced the development of research capacity among nurses in lower and middle-income countries (LMICs). BACKGROUND Concerned health scientists have addressed theExpand
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HIV risk environment for Ghanaian women: challenges to prevention.
Ghana is experiencing high rates of HIV transmission and women have been identified as a group with increased vulnerability to infection. Women's vulnerability may be influenced by factors such asExpand
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Accessing health services while living with HIV: intersections of stigma.
AIDS stigma has serious consequences. This study explored those practices within health-care organizations that persons with HIV perceive as stigmatizing. It used an exploratory, descriptive designExpand
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Moral distress among Ugandan nurses providing HIV care: a critical ethnography.
BACKGROUND The phenomenon of moral distress among nurses has been described in a variety of high-income countries and practice settings. Defined as the biopsychosocial, cognitive, and behaviouralExpand
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Multiple intervention research programs in community health.
The authors describe an organizing framework for multiple interventions in community health. The framework provides a foundation for programmatic research on multiple interventions and poses criticalExpand
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Nursing Care of AIDS Patients in Uganda
This article reports the findings from a participatory action research study concerning the experience of Ugandan nurses caring for individuals with HIV illness. Six key informants from governmentExpand
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Trauma and Addiction Experiences of African American Women
Substance abuse affects African American women at an increasingly alarming rate. The interaction of substance abuse and traumatic events requires exploration. For many African American women, earlyExpand
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