Methodological and disciplinary competence and insecurity in qualitative research
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This chapter is based on discussions at a workshop at the Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference in 2019, named How do we know it’s good? A workshop on quality criteria in qualitative social and clinical pharmacy research. After an introduction, the chapter continues with a glance at two different epistemologies. Thereafter, reflections on the challenges that many social pharmacy researchers meet as they come from a natural science background into qualitative research are presented. Specific aspects presented and discussed are: methodological and disciplinary competence and insecurity, reflexivity, transparency, checklists, quality criteria, sample size, and saturation.
|Title of host publication||Contemporary research methods in pharmacy and health services|
|Editors||Shane P. Desselle, Victoria Garcia-Cárdenas, Claire Anderson, Parisa Aslani, Aleda M.H. Chen, Timothy F. Chen|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
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- Data saturation, Qualitative research, Quality criteria, Reflexivity, Validity