Ethical Challenges in Qualitative Research: Examples From Practice
Houghton, Catherine E
Nurse researcher 2010; 18(1): 15-25
This article examines the many ethical challenges that are specific to qualitative research. These challenges concern the issues of informed consent procedures, the researcher-participant relationship, risk-benefit ratio, confidentiality and the dual role of the nurse-researcher. Each challenge will be examined and practical examples of how it was dealt with, using examples from a multiple case study, will be described.
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