Using Qualitative Research : A Practical Introduction for Occupational and Physical Therapists

Using Qualitative Research : A Practical Introduction for Occupational and Physical Therapists

Description

The importance of evidence-based practice is increasing. As a result qualitative research is being used more often in order to understand the complexities of issues arising from clinical practice, or living with a disability. Written with this in mind, "Using Qualitative Research" provides an accessible introduction to qualitative research. It gives guidance on how to identify within published research the relevant evidence needed to support practice. It also advises on how to determine and formulate the research which still needs to be done in order to provide the missing evidence needed. Taking a problem-based approach, each contributor discusses a specific research project based on their own experience, and together these provide cohesive coverage of the subject. Throughout the text issues related to ethics, methods and analysis are highlighted. This informative text takes a complex subject and presents it in a an easy-to-understand way.


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Details

Author(s)
Isabel Dyck, Karen Whalley Hammell, Christine Carpenter
Format
Paperback | 136 pages
Dimensions
188 x 240 x 12mm | 322.05g
Publication date
17 Apr 2000
Publisher
Elsevier Health Sciences
Imprint
CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
Publication City/Country
London, United Kingdom
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations
ISBN10
0443062323
ISBN13
9780443062322
Bestsellers rank
2,326,766