Qualitative research: thoughts on how to do it; how to judge it; when to use it
Genetics in Medicine 2005 March; 7(3): 155-158
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Response to Mitchell and Radford's Rethinking Research Relationships in Qualitative Research: Further Thoughts and Suggested Training Strategies Morrell-Bellai, Tammy L.; Goering, Paula N.; Boydell, Kathrine M. (1997-03)
When research seems like clinical care: a qualitative study of the communication of individual cancer genetic research results Miller, Fiona A.; Giacomini, Mita; Ahern, Catherine; Robert, Jason S.; de Laat, Sonya (2008-02-22)Background: Research ethicists have recently declared a new ethical imperative: that researchers should communicate the results of research to participants. For some analysts, the obligation is restricted to the communication ...
Therapeutic Misconceptions: When the Voices of Caring and Research Are Misconstrued as the Voice of Curing Bamberg, Michael; Budwig, Nancy (1992)Research on doctor-patient communication has characterized such interactions as being asymmetrical. The present article tries to shift emphasis away from the different orientations individuals bring to the communicative ...