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Analysing qualitative data
This is the second in a series of three articles Contrary to popular perception, qualitative research can produce vast amounts of data. These may include verbatim notes or transcribed recordings ofExpand
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Qualitative research in health care. Analysing qualitative data.
Contrary to popular perception, qualitative research can produce vast amounts of data. These may include verbatim notes or transcribed recordings of interviews or focus groups, jotted notes and moreExpand
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Stigma, shame, and blame experienced by patients with lung cancer: qualitative study
Abstract Objectives To draw on narrative interviews with patients with lung cancer and to explore their perceptions and experience of stigma. Design Qualitative study. Setting United Kingdom.Expand
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How the internet affects patients' experience of cancer: a qualitative study
Objective To explore how men and women with cancer talk about using the internet. Design Qualitative study using semistructured interviews collected by maximum variation sampling. Setting RespondentsExpand
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Men's accounts of depression: reconstructing or resisting hegemonic masculinity?
There is evidence that depressive symptoms in men are often undiagnosed and untreated. It has been suggested that men may find it difficult to seek help because culturally dominant (or hegemonic)Expand
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Prostate cancer: embodied experience and perceptions of masculinity
While some argue that gender differences, which refer to the social classification into 'masculine' and 'feminine', have their source in 'culture', others argue there is no need to have an absoluteExpand
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qualitative data Qualitative research in health care : Analysing
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Health and Illness in a Connected World: How Might Sharing Experiences on the Internet Affect People's Health?
Context The use of the Internet for peer-to-peer connection has been one of its most dramatic and transformational features. Yet this is a new field with no agreement on a theoretical andExpand
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The importance of being expert: the quest for cancer information on the Internet.
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  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Social science & medicine
  • 1 November 2004
To people with the necessary technology the internet can provide vast amounts of health information. However, there are concerns about the quality of the information and how it may affectExpand
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Effects of fruit and vegetable consumption on plasma antioxidant concentrations and blood pressure: a randomised controlled trial
BACKGROUND High dietary intakes of fruit and vegetables are associated with reduced risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Short-term intensive dietary interventions in selected populationsExpand
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