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Preparing and conducting interviews to collect data

01 May 2013

Nurse Researcher

Interviews

Aim To describe three styles of interviews and discuss issues regarding planning and conducting interviews. Background Interviews are probably the approach most used...

Bracketing as a skill in conducting unstructured qualitative interviews

18 March 2015

Nurse Researcher

Interviewing in qualitative research

Aim To provide an overview of bracketing as a skill in unstructured qualitative research interviews. Background Researchers affect the qualitative research process....

Hermeneutic inquiry: insights into the process of interviewing

21 January 2011

Nurse Researcher

General

Interviewing is a popular research method, closely associated with hermeneutic inquiry as a means of obtaining lived experience material from the viewpoint of the...

The effect of interview recording on quality of data obtained: a methodological reflection

19 July 2012

Nurse Researcher

A&S Science

Aims This article reflects the author’s experience of qualitative interviews during his research project. It attempts to highlight how recording interviews can...

Portable MP3 players: innovative devices for recording qualitative interviews

01 October 2007

Nurse Researcher

General

Qualitative interviewing is a method of data collection that is widely used in health research, including nursing, allied health and social work (Wellard and McKenna...

Qualitative interviewing: methodological challenges in Arab settings

24 January 2014

Nurse Researcher

Cultural sensitivity

Aim To explore some of the main methodological challenges faced by interviewers in Arab settings, particularly during interviews with psychiatric nurses. Background...

Computer-assisted software transcription of qualitative interviews

01 October 2007

Nurse Researcher

General

Interviews are one of the most familiar qualitative research strategies employed to obtain data using recording and transcribing techniques. The aim of this paper is...

The family research interview

01 April 2009

Nurse Researcher

General

Family researchers enter a sacred space in which the most intimate, formative and sustaining processes of human existence take place. Shared, multi­generational...

Aide-memoire diaries in longitudinal research

19 September 2017

Nurse Researcher

Evidence & practice

Background Diaries can be used as contemporaneous tools for gathering data, frequently in combination with interviews. However, diaries can also be used by study...

Who am I and what am I doing? Becoming a qualitative research interviewer

01 April 2010

Nurse Researcher

General

Qualitative research can be influenced by the researcher’s role in the study. Here, the authors propose reflexive methodologies as a means by which the processes...