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Lesson 9: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
Interviews are among the most familiar strategies for collecting qualitative data.
The different qualitative interviewing strategies in common use emerged from diverse disciplinary perspectives resulting in a wide variation among interviewing
approaches. Unlike the highly structured survey interviews and questionnaires used in most health services research, less structured interview strategies in which the person interviewed is more a participant in meaning making than a conduit from which information is retrieved. Interviews are a data collection strategy used across many disciplines. In this research, different formats of qualitative interviews with a focus on in depth interviews are presented. In depth interviews can be used to understand complex social issues that are relevant to health care settings.
The integration of qualitative research into clinical research in the 1970s and 1980s introduced many distinct formats of qualitative interviews that greatly expanded the process of data collection and the depth of information being gathered. This research explores qualitative interviews and emphasizes the individual in depth interview.