Contract award notice: Conducting a qualitative study
from 2 regions on the personal training account
She presented a qualitative study
in which 20 patients with longstanding genital psoriasis sounded off, sharing their perspectives on the disease in one-on-one, semistructured, face-to-face interviews.
These multiple ways to approach organizational phenomenon such as organizational practices while conducting a qualitative study
makes it clear that: (a) first, one needs to refine what one understands of "practices" and its assumptions; (b) and, second, this is needed because such assumptions will serve as the guiding points to refine and to present a coherent and transparent research strategy and design.
It is also important to mention the hypothesis, no less relevant, of the pressure on post-graduate programs to publish the work of its students--as well as the illusion that a qualitative study
is easier and cheaper to be conducted--as the motivation behind submitting of the so-called qualitative studies that actually do not meet the requirements of academic work.
The author has organized the thirty chapters that make up the main body of his text in seven parts devoted to understanding the landscape of qualitative research, considering primary elements, introducing a qualitative study
, collecting data, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Tubal Ligation in Catholic Hospitals: A Qualitative Study
of OB/GYNS' Experiences
A qualitative study
on assaults on emergency nurses sponsored by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) found a need to change the culture of acceptance prevalent among hospital administrators and law enforcement, as well as a need to better train nurses on signs of potential trouble.
Burdens and difficulties experienced by caregivers of children and adolescents with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders: A qualitative study
The research is a qualitative study
and the study was conducted with eighteen teacher candidates.
Our first qualitative study
is by Gary Weilbacher, Illinois State University, and Jill L.
This qualitative study
explored the decisionmaking behaviors on intra-shift staffing decisions from the perspective of nurses who make and are impacted by these decisions.
Presenting the findings of a qualitative study
of undergraduate writers at The City University of New York, this article explores student perspectives on models of authorship, the relationships between these models and student experiences of authorship in different writing situations, and proposes the importance of distinguishing between the multiple models and definitions of authorship and the rhetorical contexts associated with each.