Marta Sant, Early Human Development, June 2019
Qualitative methodologies are commonly used in the social sciences. This paper discusses how this type of research can enhance evidence-based practice in health care settings.
Examples taken from qualitative studies are included in order to demonstrate how such research can be applied to medical settings.
Additionally, this paper describes some of the unique characteristics inherent in qualitative research.
More information about the research can be found here.
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