The concept mapping method. An alternative to focus group inquiry in general practice.

@article{Southern1999TheCM,
  title={The concept mapping method. An alternative to focus group inquiry in general practice.},
  author={Donna M Southern and Roy Batterham and Nicholas Appleby and Doris Young and David Robert Dunt and R{\'e}mi Guibert},
  journal={Australian family physician},
  year={1999},
  volume={28 Suppl 1},
  pages={S35-40}
}
BACKGROUND The concept mapping rationale and process are explained step by step. The concept mapping method produces a two dimensional conceptual map of ideas produced by the group which can be analysed at the level of individual statements, clusters of statements, and groups of similar clusters. An example of concept mapping conducted with four general… CONTINUE READING