Stephanie A Fade

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BACKGROUND Traditionally UK dietitians have tended to take a more quantitative approach to research. Qualitative research which gives an in-depth view of people's experiences and beliefs is also now being used to help answer some important dietetic research questions. REVIEW A review of the limited number of qualitative research papers in the Journal of(More)
Although much of the analysis conducted in qualitative research falls within the broad church of thematic analysis, the wide scope of qualitative enquiry presents the researcher with a number of choices regarding data analysis techniques. This review, the third in the series, provides an overview of a number of techniques and practical steps that can be(More)
The present paper introduces interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) as a framework for analysing qualitative research data collected for public health nutrition and dietetic research studies. The theoretical roots of IPA have been set out briefly in order to help researchers decide whether the approach is relevant for them and their particular(More)
The authors demonstrate the reality of post-transfusion malaria, define the plasmodial species involved, and insist on the responsibility of Plasmodium falciparum in the occurrence of major complications. A prophylactic approach is proposed, by researching anti-malarial antibodies in donors at risk. An I. F. A. (Indirect Immunofluorescence Assay) is(More)
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