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Narrative and narrative enquiry in health and social sciences

01 April 2010

Nurse Researcher

issues in research

Increasingly, narrative and life story are being used in health and social sciences, and other disciplines. Narrative analysis assumes multiple forms in a variety of...

Innovations in research dissemination: research participants sharing stories at a conference

26 November 2019

Nurse Researcher

research impact

Background The dissemination of findings is a crucial part of research. There are many forms of dissemination and audiences differ depending on the focus of the...

Lessons learned about art-based approaches for disseminating knowledge

01 September 2013

Nurse Researcher

Arts-based research

Aim To present a case example of using an arts-based approach and the development of an art exhibit to disseminate research findings from a narrative research study....

Using consensus from experts to inform a shared understanding of subjective terms

21 March 2019

Nurse Researcher

linguistic clarity

Background Consensus methods such as Delphi studies or the group nominal method have long been used in healthcare research to develop services, processes or policies...

The research relationship in narrative enquiry

19 September 2016

Nurse Researcher

Evidence & practice

Background Many nurse researchers have embraced narrative methods because of the power of the stories they produce. Narrative enquiry relies on stories for data....

Using the literary folkloristic method to understand why people refuse medical interventions

05 September 2019

Nurse Researcher

narrative enquiry

Background Biomedicine is the dominant model in Western medicine. This regards disease as an identifiable reality located in people’s bodies and best managed through...

Qualitative research interviewing: reflections on power, silence and assumptions

24 September 2020

Nurse Researcher

interview challenges

Background Novice researchers can face many challenges throughout their journey as researchers in training, particularly when interviewing for qualitative research....

Dignity, well-being and identity: a qualitative study of older people’s interpretations of how healthcare workers speak to them

16 September 2020

Nursing Older People


Background The initial interaction between an older person and a nurse, and how the older person interprets this interaction, is important and sometimes overlooked....

Narrative research methods with vulnerable people: sharing insights

05 December 2019

Nurse Researcher

narrative enquiry

Background Families with hereditary illnesses have complex and unique experiences that are important for nurses to understand. In New Zealand, a Maori family...