Getting added value from using qualitative research with randomized controlled trials: a qualitative interview study

@inproceedings{OCathain2014GettingAV,
  title={Getting added value from using qualitative research with randomized controlled trials: a qualitative interview study},
  author={Alicia O’Cathain and Jackie Goode and Sarah J Drabble and Kate Thomas and Anne Rudolph and Jenny Hewison},
  booktitle={Trials},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Qualitative research is undertaken with randomized controlled trials of health interventions. Our aim was to explore the perceptions of researchers with experience of this endeavour to understand the added value of qualitative research to the trial in practice. METHODS A telephone semi-structured interview study with 18 researchers with experience of undertaking the trial and/or the qualitative research. RESULTS Interviewees described the added value of qualitative research for… CONTINUE READING
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