Research Questions and Methods

Research Questions and Methods

For this assessment you will craft a qualitative research question based on the hospital-acquired condition you selected for the Research Problem and Purpose Statements, as well as examine qualitative methodologies and data collection strategies that would enable you to answer your research question. The length requirement will be 2 to 5 pages in length.

SCORING GUIDE MUST BE FOLLOWED TO THE LETTER

Resources:

RESEARCH QUESTIONS

QUALITATIVE METHODS

  • Babbie, E. R. (2017). The basics of social research (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage. Available from the Bookstore.
    • Chapter 10, “Qualitative Field Research,” pages 295–330.
      • This chapter presents various qualitative field research methods and theories. This may help you to identify a methodology that will help to answer the research question you develop for the Qualitative Research Questions and Methods assessment.
  • Bourgeault, I., Dingwall, R. & De Vries, R. (Eds.). (2010). The SAGE handbook of qualitative methods in health research. London, England: Sage.
    • Chapter 10, “Qualitative Methods from Psychology.”
      • This chapter examines qualitative methods for health research that can help generate rich data for in-depth analysis.

QUALITATIVE DATA TOOLS

OPTIONAL – RESEARCH DESIGNS AND TOOLS

Vogt, W. P., Gardner, D. C., & Haeffele, L. M. (2017). When to use what research design. New York, NY: Guilford.

  • Chapter 1, “When to Use Survey Designs.”
  • Chapter 2, “When to Use Interview Designs.”
  • Chapter 3, “When to Use Experimental Designs.”
  • Chapter 4, “When to Use Naturalistic and Participant Observational Designs.”
  • Chapter 5, “When to Use Archival Designs: Literature Reviews and Secondary Data Analyses.”
  • Chapter 6, “When to Use Combined Research Designs.”

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 Healthcare Admin  Qualitative Research Questions and Methods-Part 2

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In the previous section, the removal of catheters was identified as the primary method of preventing catheter-associated urinary tract infections CA-UTIs. As such, the research design and methodology will be focused on finding out how professionals know when the catheter is no longer necessary. The qualitative approach to this question will involve a process of finding out professionals’ experiences and their perceptions towards the process of removing urethral catheters. In this second part of the research, a qualitative research question will be developed, and the qualitative research methodology and data collection corresponding to the question also advanced………..

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