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Phenomenological approaches: challenges and choices

21 January 2011

Nurse Researcher


Phenomenology is a recognised approach for investigating experiences in health research. Difficulties regarding the approach, however, have been documented with even...

Interpretative phenomenological analysis: a discussion and critique

15 April 2011

Nurse Researcher


Aim The aim of this article is to examine the approach of interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) and to add to discussions regarding the contribution that...

Assistant grade nurses and nursing students: a diary study

09 November 2017

Mental Health Practice


Background Little is known about the role of the assistant grade nurse in the clinical development of pre-registration nursing students during their practice...

Undertaking qualitative research that involves native Chinese people

01 September 2013

Nurse Researcher


Aim To describe the dynamics of the Chinese people who will be encountered in a study in which an advanced psychiatric nurse will interview her colleagues to explore...

Specific design features of an interpretative phenomenological analysis study

24 January 2014

Nurse Researcher


Aim Report of an innovative use of interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) to enable an in-depth study of the experiences of disengagement from mental health...

Conducting research into hidden or hard-to-reach populations

09 January 2013

Nurse Researcher

A&S Science

Aim To explore the problems involved in conducting research with populations that are hidden or hard to reach, and to suggest strategies to recruit participants....

Nurse prescribing: an interpretative phenomenological analysis

02 September 2009

Primary Health Care

A&S Science

Background Nurse prescribing has attracted research interest, but evidence suggests that while there have been benefits to community nurses and patients, some...