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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Discourse and Conversation Analysis | Analyzing Clinician-Patient Communication
    of provider behavior in medical encounters Medical Care 26 7 657 75 Heritage J Maynard DW Eds 2006 Communication in Medical Care Interactions between primary care physicians and patients Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics 20 Cambridge Cambridge University Press Particulary Chapter 1 Inui TS Carter WB Kukull WA Haigh VH 1982 Outcome based doctor patient interaction analysis 1 Comparison of techniques Medical Care 20 6 535 49 Inui TS Carter WB 1985 Problems and Prospects for health services research on provider patient communication Medical Care 23 5 521 538 Mishler EG 1984 The Discourse of Medicine Dialectics of Medical Interviews Norwood NJ Ablex Particularly Chapter 2 Roter D McNeilis KS 2003 The nature of the therapeutic relationsihp and the assessment of its discourse in routine medical visits In T Thompson A Dorsey K Miller and R Parrott Eds Handbook of Health Communication Mahwah NJ Lawrence Ehrlbaum pp 121 140 Roter D Frankel RM 1992 Quantitative and qualitative approaches to the evaluation of medical dialogue Social Science and Medicine 34 10 1097 1103 Roter DL Hall JA Katz NR 1988 Physician patient communication A descriptive summary of the literature Patient Education and Counseling 12 2 pp 99 109 Waitzkin H 1990 On

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Data management issues | Data Management
    Eds Doing Qualitative Research 2nd Edition pp 195 220 Miles MB Huberman AM 1994 Qualitative Data Analysis 2nd edition Thousand Oaks CA Sage Publications Particularly pages 43 49 Miles MB Huberman AM 1994 Data management and analysis methods In NK Denzin and YS Lincoln Eds Handbook of Qualitative Research pp 428 444 Thousand Oaks Sage Publications Ryan GW Bernard HR 2000 Data management and analysis methods In NK Denzin YS

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Immersion/Crystallization | Immersion/Crystallization
    been examined and patterns and claims emerge from the data that are meaningful and can be well articulated and substantiated Resources Borkan J 1999 Immersion Crystallization In BF Crabtree and WL Miller Eds Doing Qualitative Research 2nd Edition Thousand Oaks CA Sage Publications pp 179 194 Miller WL Crabtree BF 1992 Primary care research A multimethod typology and qualitative roadmap In BF Crabtree and WL Miller Eds Doing Qualitative Research

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Displaying data | Displaying Data
    the plausibility credibility or face validity of the researchers claims Knowing how and when to including quoted text in a report or manuscript is difficult and takes practice A few guidelines may be useful Choose excerpts that clearly support the claim you make in your findings The best excerpts should be selected to support your interpretation and findings Include enough text in the quoted segment so that your reader will understand what the participant was saying and meaning but not so much text that there is extraneous or non relevant material in a quoted passage Include information that identifies the person quoted This should be done in a manner that allows the reader to understand how often your are quoting the same study participant but does not in any way reveal the identity of the participant e g participant 1 2 3 If the person s role is relevant e g physician patient consider also including this information Identify the the directly quoted text using conventions that allow the reader to quickly understand that it is directly quoted e g indent italicize and or use quotation marks to demarcate this text When integrating quotes into a report it is important

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Random | Random Sampling
    that does not take contextual or local features into account When is it used Random sampling is typically used in experimental and quasi experimental designs Random sampling typically involves the generation of large samples Random sampling is used when researchers want their findings to be representative of some larger population to which findings can be generalized Click here to return to the Sampling page RWJF 2008 P O Box 2316

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Convenience | Convenience Sampling
    Units are not purposefully or strategically selected When is it used This is the least desirable sampling method and researchers should typically avoid using it More rigorous alternatives include purposeful and other strategic sampling methods Click here to return to

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Maximum Variation | Maximum Variation Sampling
    sample for heterogeneity Why use this strategy Often researchers want to understand how a phenomenon is seen and understood among different people in different settings and at different times When using a maximum variation sampling method the researcher selects a small number of units or cases that maximize the diversity relevant to the research question Click here to return to the Sampling page RWJF 2008 P O Box 2316 College

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Homogeneous | Homogenous Sampling
    examination and analysis Why use this method Homogeneous sampling is used when the goal of the research is to understand and describe a particular group in depth Click here to return to the Sampling page RWJF 2008 P O Box

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