Natasha Shukla

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One of the foremost questions for any researcher setting out on a qualitative study is which form of analysis to use. There are a diverse range of qualitative analytical methods, each offering different forms of insight. In this paper, we discuss our experience of combining two distinct but complementary analytic methods – thematic and narrative analysis.(More)
more patients without a significant increase in financial resources. The best possible use of highly active, but very expensive drugs will be a cornerstone in such a strategy. Pomalidomide might be one good example of how substantial amounts of money may be saved, probably without affecting patient outcome by using a different dose or schedule than in the(More)
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