Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Key Informant Interviews in Health Services Research: Enhancing a Study of Adjuvant Therapy Use in Breast Cancer Care.

@article{McAlearney2016UsingQC,
  title={Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Key Informant Interviews in Health Services Research: Enhancing a Study of Adjuvant Therapy Use in Breast Cancer Care.},
  author={Ann Scheck McAlearney and Daniel Walker and Alexandra DeNardis Moss and Nina A. Bickell},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={2016},
  volume={54 4},
  pages={400-5}
}
BACKGROUND Qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) is a methodology created to address causal complexity in social sciences research by preserving the objectivity of quantitative data analysis without losing detail inherent in qualitative research. However, its use in health services research (HSR) is limited, and questions remain about its application in this context. OBJECTIVE To explore the strengths and weaknesses of using QCA for HSR. RESEARCH DESIGN Using data from semistructured… CONTINUE READING
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