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    Research is everywhere in professional fields, this includes the healthcare field. Research contributes to the continued education of healthcare staff as well as developing better treatments, and care of patients. With this being the case, we should look at the primary methods of research qualitative and quantitative, an area where research is performed at in the military is the Clinical Investigation Facility (CIF), an interview with a health care leader in the area of the CIF, and my…

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    Chapter Ten Analyzing and Reporting Qualitative Research Qualitative data analysis has it is own nature which is different than the quantitative data. Qualitative and quantitative data are different in the process of both the analysis and interpretation. Mostly qualitative data is textual the goal of which is to deeply understand the relationships rather than just explaining. Qualitative data analysis is iterative and involves member checking asking experienced informants to assure the…

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    Quantitative and qualitative methods of research are often utilized in the human services field. Therefore, it is important to not only understand how they differ from each other, but also how to relate each method of research to the human service field. Furthermore, it may be necessary to utilize mixed methods of research and become well-equipped to face any ethical issues that could arise. Appropriate academic research is research that is conducted utilizing a thorough approach to…

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    Gambrel, L. E., & Butler VI, John L 1. (2013). Mixed methods research in marriage and family therapy: A content analysis. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 39(2), 163-181. doi:10.1111/j.1752-0606.2011.00260.x This study was conducted to investigate content and the use of qualitative and quantitative research in a combined manner in MFT empirical literature. The content analysis was conducted using a triangulation method. The literature search was conducted on eight popular and respected…

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    Qualitative research is a strategy for systematic collection, organization, and interpretation of a phenomena that are difficult to measure quantitatively. Well-formed questions are key to good research while defining the purpose of the research to determine appropriate methods through frame analysis and findings. The research purpose of your inquiry Meaningful inquiry in research begins with a question. The question requires an answer to which people reading our research would accept. My…

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    (2011:2) research involves ‘an explicit systemic approach of finding answers, it begins with finding a valuable research question.’ This is a critique of qualitative research on factors influencing patients’ dignity. The aim of this study is to look into the factors that promote or compromise patient’s dignity. Qualitative research methods originate from social and behavioural sciences such as, sociology, psychology and anthropology (Qualitative Research Consultants Association, 2014).…

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    I believe it`s important to note that there`s no single, accepted way of carrying out a research. Indeed, how researchers proceed depends on upon a range of factors, including their beliefs about the nature of the social world, the nature of knowledge and how it can be acquired, the purposes, and the goals of the research, its participants or I would say the audience and time and environment in which they`re conducting. Differences in the mix of these factors have led to numerous variations in…

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    understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methods and of the evaluation and synthesis of research literature” Introduction Information professional continuously improve their skills and knowledge within their profession. One way in which we as professional can do this is by conducting research to create new concepts and develop new programs and services. Information professionals can do this by participating in primary and secondary research. Primary research is research…

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    Qualitative research in dental public health: roles, problems and contributions to evidence-based dentistry 1. Introduction Qualitative research is relatively uncommon in health care research, however it is now receiving recognition and increasingly used in health care research with social and cultural dimensions (Al-Busaidi 2008). In dentistry, the potential of qualitative research is enormous and only a few dental studies have been conducted using qualitative research methods (Stewart et al.…

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    Qualitative Research is primarily exploratory research. It is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations. It provides insights into the problem or helps to develop ideas or hypotheses for potential quantitative research. Qualitative Research Methods gives would-be practitioners enough practical instruction to allow them to undertake, analysis and report research (Edwards, 2008, p. 238). The tow companies that I have been consistently doing research on are…

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