Evaluation Of Qualitative Research On Health Care Practice At The Nuremberg Modern Medical Ethics Code

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Literature Review
Qualitative research characteristically depends on four primary methods of congregating the information for study: 1) underwriting about the situation, 2) witnessing problem directly, 3) interviewing in depth, and 4) analyzing different research papers and substantial culture, with varying emphases (Marshall and Rossman, 2016, p. 141). The reviewing technique must be a revealing, rather than collecting, concentrating, in contrast to the meta-analysis of quantitative studies (Walsh & Downe, 2012). The qualitative research is an interesting process of collecting information and interpreting it based on the research problems and questions. Therefore, as the part of the research methodology, reviewing literature and integrating the results from a number of different but inter-related qualitative studies is a key step in qualitative research.
In general, major ethical realization in health care practice came, since the 20th century after World War II due to inhumane medical practices on innocent prisoners. The Nuremberg modern medical ethics code (1947) started to control illegal practices (Thieren and Bull, 2009). But ethical challenges are becoming more challenging and complex due to new research, technological progress in medical, and changing living lifestyles of current generation (Daugherty & Gonzalez, 2011, p. 221). Lo (2010) a scientific researcher raised question for health care workers, ‘why we do research and think so much on ethics in medical…

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