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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Miles & Huberman | Miles and Huberman's Evaluative Criteria
    of the research community and others External Validity Transferability Fittingness Do the conclusions of a study have any larger import Are they transferable to other contexts Do they fit with what we already know How far can findings be generalized Utilization Application Action Orientation What does the study do for participants What is the pragmatic value of the research For a list of specific questions that one should ask to

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Patton | Patton's Evaluative Criteria
    Analysis should be creative yet methodical Sufficient detail should be reported to allow others to judge the quality of the resulting product audit trail Some techniques for achieving credibility include Examination of rival explanations Analysis of negative or deviant cases Triangulation Rigor in sampling or case selection evidence of an iterative sampling process Clear delineation of the purpose and limitations of sample studied Care with regard to extrapolation of findings

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Popay et al | Popay, Rogers and Williams's Evaluative Criteria
    act employ knowledge and experience and understand the phenomenon of interest Is there evidence of responsiveness to the social context and flexibility of design Is there evidence that the research design was flexible and the researcher was responsive and adapted to the social circumstances of the study as needed Evidence of theoretical or purposeful sampling Does the sample produce the type of knowledge necessary to understand the structures and processes within which the individuals or situations are located Is the process by which individuals and cases are selected adequately described Is a rationale provided Does it make sense Evidence of adequate description this is the richness of the findings and interpretation of data that the research produces Is the description provided detailed enough to allow the researcher reader to interpret the meaning and context of what is being described To what extent does the text show evidence of or support the description or interpretation the researcher provides Evidence of data quality How are different sources of knowledge about the same issues compared and contrasted triangulation It is not expected that accounts will coincide but that multiple data sources will help illuminate different facets of the reality under investigation Are participants subjective experiences and local knowledge treated as knowledge in its own right To what extent has the researcher rendered transparent the processes by which data were collected analyzed and presented audit trail This includes describing the time extent and natures of the researcher s involvement in the social situation reflexivity Evidence of theoretical and conceptual adequacy Interpretive validity how does the researcher move from a description of the data to quotation of examples to analysis and interpretation of the meaning of data What kind of method is used e g constant comparative method Potential for assessing typicality What claims are

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Yardley | Yardley's Evaluative Criteria
    question Is there transparency and sufficient detail in the author s account of methods used and analytical and interpretive choices audit trail Is every aspect of the data collection process and the approach to coding and analyzing data discussed Does the author present excerpts from the data so that readers can discern for themselves the patterns identified Is there coherence across the research question philosophical perspective method and analysis approach

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Publications - Cohen | Deborah Cohen's Publications
    I Syzanski S J Jaen C R Gilchrist V and Stange KC 2004 A practice change model for quality improvement in primary care practice Journal of Health Care Management Scott J G Cohen D DiCicco Bloom B Orzano J A Gregory P Flocke S A Maxwell L Crabtree B 2004 Speaking of Weight how patients and primary care clinicians initiate weight loss counseling Preventive Medicine 38 6 819 827 Cohen D J Tallia A Crabtree B F Young D Implementing Health Behavior Change In Primary Care Lessons from Prescription for Health 2005 Annals of Family Medicine 3 Suppl 2 S12 9 Crabtree B J Miller W L Tallia A F Cohen D J Dicicco Bloom B McIlvail H E Aita V A Scott J G Gregory P Stange K C McDaniel R R Jr 2005 Delivery of preventive services in family medicine offices Annals of Family Medicine 3 5 430 5 Orzano AJ Cohen DJ Scott J Crabtree B Closing the Shot Gap Among Family Physicians Practices 2005 J Okla State Med Assoc 98 9 436 440 Hung DY Rundall TG Crabtree BF Tallia AF Cohen DJ Halpin HA 2006 Influence of primary care practice and provider attributes on preventive

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Crabtree - Publications | Benjamin Crabtree's Publications (Selected)
    Qualitative Roadmap In Doing Qualitative Research in Primary Care Multiple Strategies 2nd Edition Crabtree B F and Miller W L Editors Newbury Park CA Sage Publications pp 3 30 Miller W L and Crabtree B F 1999 The Dance of Interpretation In Doing Qualitative Research in Primary Care Multiple Strategies 2nd Edition Crabtree B F and Miller W L Editors Newbury Park CA Sage Publications pp 127 143 Miller W L and Crabtree B F 1999 Depth Interviewing In Doing Qualitative Research in Primary Care Multiple Strategies 2nd Edition Crabtree B F and Miller W L Editors Newbury Park CA Sage Publications pp 89 107 Crabtree B F and Miller W L 1999 Researching Practice Settings A Case Study Approach In Doing Qualitative Research in Primary Care Multiple Strategies 2nd Edition Crabtree B F and Miller W L Editors Newbury Park CA Sage Publications 293 312 Miller W L and Crabtree B F 2000 Clinical Research In Handbook of Qualitative Research 2nd Edition Denzin N and Lincoln Y Eds Newbury Park CA Sage Publications pp 607 631 Crabtree B F and Miller W L 2004 Research Methods Qualitative In Jones R Ed Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care Oxford Oxford

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Identification of Journal Articles | Identification of Journal Articles
    in other scholarly works This provided a straightforward way identify the most important highly utilized qualitative research journal publications and a way to rank order the journal articles we identified in our search Search Strategy Our search was conducted in December of 2005 The search was conducted as follows STEP 1 the terms qualitative and research were used This search identified 12 376 articles The results of this search contained many irrelevant articles STEP 2 a series of subsequent searchs were conducted using terms specifying commonly used qualitative methods Search terms included qualitative and participatory qualitative and observation qualitative and conversation qualitative and discourse qualitative and narrative qualitative and focus group qualitative and interview The results from these individual searches were combined using a series of or terms to eliminate duplication This yielded 11 393 hits STEP 3 The results of the searchs conducted in steps 1 and 2 were combined to yield a database of 14 499 references This was the database we started to work on Citation information for each article including the number of times this article was cited in other published journal articles was exported to an endnote file and later converted to an excel file

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  • RWJF - Qualitative Research Guidelines Project | Identification of Books and Book Chapters | Identification of Books and Book Chapters
    chapter by number of times cited in other scholarly works It is however unclear how Googlescholar determines the number of times a book or book chapter has been cited No information about this process was found on the website It was observed that the number of times cited can vary This is a limitation Our use of this method for collecting highly used books and book chapters in qualitative research should be viewed as a best available indicator Search Strategy Using an advanced searching technique we used the terms qualitative research We limited our search to two categories the social sciences arts and humanities and medicine pharmacology and veterinary science Our search yielded 421 000 hits In our database we included relevant books and book chapters that were reported by GoogleScholar to have been cited more than 45 times in other scholarly works This method of searching was complemented by a snowball technique Using the journal articles we identified we examined the references of each article to identify a list of qualitative research books and book chapters that these authors most frequently referenced in their own work There were significant overlaps between the snowball technique and the GoogleScholar search Duplicates

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