The problem of appraising qualitative research

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Dixon-Woods, Mary; Shaw, Rachel L.; Agarwal, Shona; Smith, Jonathan A.;

Qualitative research can make a valuable contribution to the study of quality and safety in health care. Sound ways of appraising qualitative research are needed, but currently there are many different proposals with few signs of an emerging consensus. One problem has b... View more
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