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    1. Morse, JM
      The cultural sensitivity of grounded theory

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    2. Schreiber, R; Rodney, P; Brown, H; Varcoe, C
      Reflections on deconstructing Harry or when is good art bad science?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    3. Ockander, M; Ostlund, G
      Reflections on deconstructing Harry or when is good art bad science? Comments on the Brad trilogy

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    4. Gibbon, M; Cazottes, I
      Working with women's groups to promote health in the community using the health analysis and action cycle within Nepal

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    5. Kirkman, A
      Productive readings: The portrayal of health "experts" in women's magazines

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    6. Kotarba, JA
      Conceptualizing sports medicine as occupational health care: Illustrationsfrom professional rodeo and wrestling

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    7. Bender, DE; Harbour, C; Thorp, J; Morris, P
      Tell me what you mean by "si": Perceptions of quality of prenatal care among immigrant Latina women

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    8. Manns, PJ; Chad, KE
      Components of quality of life for persons with a quadriplegic and paraplegic spinal cord injury

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    9. Borrayo, EA; Jenkins, SR
      Feeling healthy: So why should Mexican-descent women screen for breast cancer?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    10. Bondas, T; Eriksson, K
      Women's lived experiences of pregnancy: A tapestry of joy and suffering

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    11. Morse, JM; Singleton, J
      Exploring the technical aspects of "fit" in qualitative research

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    12. Carey, MA
      Developing focus group research: Politics, theory and practice.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    13. van Manen, M
      Transdisciplinarity and the new production of knowledge

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    14. Morse, JM
      A storm in the academic teacup

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    15. Singer, M; Scott, G; Wilson, S; Easton, D; Weeks, M
      "War stories": AIDS prevention and the street narratives of drug users

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    16. Sharpe, TT
      Sex-for-crack-cocaine exchange, poor black women, and pregnancy

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    17. Doiron, JP; Mazer, DB
      Gambling with video lottery terminals

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    18. Paris, R; Bradley, CL
      The challenge of adversity: Three narratives of alcohol dependence, recovery, and adult development

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    19. Moffat, BM; Johnson, JL
      Through the haze of cigarettes: Teenage girls' stories about cigarette addiction

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    20. Woodhouse, LD; Sayre, JJ; Livingood, WC
      Tobacco policy and the role of law enforcement in prevention: The value ofunderstanding context

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    21. Lawton, J
      Gaining and maintaining consent: Ethical concerns raised in a study of dying patients

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    22. Robinson, KM
      Unsolicited narratives from the Internet: A rich source of qualitative data

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    23. Morse, JM
      The awfulness of simplification

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    24. Morrison, B; Lilford, R
      How can action research apply to health services?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    25. Meadows, LM; Thurston, WE; Berenson, CA
      Health promotion and preventive measures: Interpreting messages at midlife

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    26. Hanson, B
      Social constructions of femaleness in writing about cancer

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    27. Tuffin, A; Tuffin, K; Watson, S
      Frontline talk: Teachers' linguistic resources when talking about mental health and illness

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    28. Barroso, J; Sandelowski, M
      In the field with the Beck Depression Inventory

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    29. Hutchinson, SA
      The development of qualitative health research: Taking stock (Reprinted from "Beyond a wax apple", Advances in Nursing Science, vol 8(3), pg 1-5, 1986)

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    30. Whittemore, R; Chase, SK; Mandle, CL
      Validity in qualitative research

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    31. Sparkes, AC
      Myth 94: Qualitative health researchers will agree about validity

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    32. Morris, SM
      Joint and individual interviewing in the context of cancer

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    33. Esposito, N
      From meaning to meaning: The influence of translation techniques on non-English focus group research

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    34. Kearney, MH
      Grounding grounded theory: Guidelines for qualitative inquiry.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    35. Morse, JM
      Using shadowed data

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    36. Black, HK
      Jake's story: A middle-aged, working-class man's physical and spiritual journey toward death

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    37. Sundin, K; Norberg, A; Jansson, L
      The meaning of skilled care providers' relationships with stroke and aphasia patients

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    38. Bailey, PH
      Death stories: Acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    39. Pierce, LL
      Caring and expressions of spirituality by urban caregivers of people with stroke in African American families

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    40. Frank, AW
      Can we research suffering?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    41. Chesler, MA; Parry, C
      Gender roles and/or styles in crisis: An integrative analysis of the experiences of fathers of children with cancer

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    42. Waters, CM
      Understanding and supporting African Americans' perspectives of end-of-life care planning and decision making

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    43. Kettunen, T; Poskiparta, M; Liimatainen, L; Sjogren, A; Karhila, P
      Taciturn patients in health counseling at a hospital: Passive recipients or active participators?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    44. Sixsmith, J; Murray, CD
      Ethical issues in the documentary data analysis of Internet posts and archives

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    45. Morse, JM
      Steps and strategies

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    46. Manderson, L; Kelaher, M; Woelz-Stirling, N
      Developing qualitative databases for multiple users

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    47. Guttman, N; Nelson, MS; Zimmerman, DR
      When the visit to the emergency department is medically nonurgent: Provider ideologies and patient advice

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    48. Young, AM; Ackerman, J
      Reflections on validity and epistemology in a study of working relations between deaf and hearing professionals

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    49. Ritchie, L
      Empowerment and Australian community health nurses' work with aboriginal clients: The sociopolitical context

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    50. Hinojosa, J; Bedell, G; Buchholz, ES; Charles, J; Shigaki, IS; Bicchieri, SM
      Team collaboration: A case study of an early intervention team

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    51. Cheek, J; Ballantyne, A
      Moving them on and in: The process of searching for and selecting an aged care facility

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    52. Martyn, KK; Hutchinson, SA
      Low-income African American adolescents who avoid pregnancy: Tough girls who rewrite negative scripts

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    53. Hall, WA; Callery, P
      Enhancing the rigor of grounded theory: Incorporating reflexivity and relationality

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    54. Caelli, K
      Engaging with phenomenology: Is it more of a challenge than it needs to be?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    55. Aldridge, D
      Patients and doctors: Life-changing stories from primary care.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    56. Morse, JM
      Are there risks in qualitative research?

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    57. Weldon, RA
      The rhetorical construction of the predatorial virus: A Burkian analysis of nonfiction accounts of the Ebola virus

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    58. Abertin-Carbo, P; Domingo-Salvany, A; Hartnoll, RL
      Psychosocial considerations for the prevention of HIV infection in injecting drug users

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    59. Young, RA; Lynam, MJ; Valach, L; Novak, H; Brierton, I; Christopher, A
      Joint actions of parents and adolescents in health conversations

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    60. Stubblefield, C; Murray, RL
      Pediatric lung transplantation: Families' need for understanding

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    61. Agar, M; Bourgois, P; French, J; Murdoch, O
      Buprenorphine: "Field trials" of a new drug

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    62. Rashid, SF
      Indigenous notions of the workings of the body: Conflicts and dilemmas with norplant use in rural Bangladesh

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    63. Lipson, JG
      We are the canaries: Self-care in multiple chemical sensitivity sufferers

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    64. MacDougall, C; Fudge, E
      Planning and recruiting the sample for focus groups and in-depth interviews

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    65. Chesney, M
      Dilemmas of self in the method

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    66. Thorne, S
      Doing qualitative research, 2nd edition.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    67. Morse, JM
      Theoretical congestion

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    68. Gustafson, DL
      Best laid plans: Examining contradictions between intent and outcome in a feminist, collaborative research project

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    69. King, GA; Cathers, T; Polgar, JM; MacKinnon, E; Havens, L
      Success in life for older adolescents with cerebral palsy

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    70. Carlisle, C
      The search for meaning in HIV and AIDS: The carers' experience

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    71. Crepeau, EB
      Reconstructing gloria: A narrative analysis of team meetings

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    72. Sadala, MLA; Mendes, HWB
      Caring for organ donors: The intensive care unit nurses' view

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    73. Rahman, H
      Journey of providing care in hospice: Perspectives of occupational therapists

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    74. Thomas, MD; Blacksmith, J; Reno, J
      Utilizing insider-outsider research teams in qualitative research

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    75. Erickson, PI; Kaplan, CP
      Maximizing qualitative responses about smoking in structured interviews

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    76. Munford, R; Sanders, J
      Getting to the heart of the matter: Making meaning - Three challenges for family researchers

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    77. Morse, JM
      Follow your nose

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    78. Mallory, C; Stern, PN
      Awakening as a change process among women at risk for HIV who engage in survival sex

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    79. Mohr, WK
      Rethinking professional attitudes in mental health settings

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    80. Hall, JM
      Core issues for female child abuse survivors in recovery from substance misuse

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    81. Merithew, MA; Davis-Satterla, L
      Protease inhibitors: Changing the way AIDS case management does business

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    82. Trainor, A; Ezer, H
      Rebuilding life: The experience of living with AIDS after facing imminent death

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    83. Sutherland, B; Jensen, L
      Living with change: Elderly women's perceptions of having a myocardial infarction

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    84. Roe, B
      Effective and ineffective management of incontinence: Issues around illness trajectory and health care

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    85. Herdman, E
      Reflections on "making somebody angry"

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    86. Easton, KL; McComish, JF; Greenberg, R
      Avoiding common pitfalls in qualitative data collection and transcription

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    87. Morse, JM
      Making qualitative research visible

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    88. Miller, SI; Fredericks, M
      The family resemblance metaphor: Some unfinished business of interpretive inquiry

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    89. Porter, EJ; Ganong, LH; Armer, JM
      The church family and kin: An older rural Black woman's support network and preferences for care providers

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    90. Torsch, VL; Ma, GXQ
      Cross-cultural comparison of health perceptions, concerns, and coping strategies among Asian and Pacific Islander American elders

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    91. Castellani, B; Wear, D
      Physician views on practicing professionalism in the corporate age

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    92. Wilson, K; Williams, A
      Visualism in community nursing: Implications for telephone work with service users

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    93. Weiss, J; Hutchinson, SA
      Warnings about vulnerability in clients with diabetes and hypertension

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    94. Morse, JM
      Researching illness and injury: Methodological considerations

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    95. Boman, J; Jevne, R
      Ethical evaluation in qualitative research

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    96. Jones, RK
      The unsolicited diary as a qualitative research tool for advanced researchcapacity in the field of health and illness

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    97. Thesen, J
      Good intentions OverRuled: A critique of empowerment in the routine organization of mental health services.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    98. Olshansky, E
      Mourning the dreams: How parents create meaning from miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant death.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    99. Walton, JA
      Transforming qualitative information: Thematic analysis and code development.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    100. Janesick, VJ
      Knowing her place: Research literacies and feminist occasions.

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH


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