Utilizing insider-outsider research teams in qualitative research.

@article{Thomas2000UtilizingIR,
  title={Utilizing insider-outsider research teams in qualitative research.},
  author={Mary Durand Thomas and J Blacksmith and Janet Reno},
  journal={Qualitative health research},
  year={2000},
  volume={10 6},
  pages={819-28}
}
Teams including members from both inside and outside the organization being studied make valuable contributions. A team configuration including both insiders and outsiders is highly effective because variations in the experience history of researchers on the team broaden the available perspectives and maximize the potential interpretations of observed behaviors. An insider-outsider research team consisting of university faculty and nurses at two psychiatric hospitals conducted a study, Meanings… CONTINUE READING

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