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澳洲代写-乳腺癌的定性研究方法

如上所述,本文采用的研究方法为定性研究方法。定性研究方法可以通过访谈、焦点小组等方式进行。本研究采用的定性方法为访谈法。研究人员设计了采访问题的框架。问题主要是开放性问题。开放式问题的目的是让举报人能够轻松地回答问题,而不会有任何困惑或困难。开放式问题也能使研究者更好地分析给定的情况,容易得出问题的结论。

选择访谈方法的主要目的之一是,它在本质上更具解释性,可以问受访者任何与给定情景相关的问题。这样可以更深入地分析问题。作为数据收集过程的一部分,对举报人进行选择问题的采访。研究人员还采用了访谈法、直接观察法三种数据收集方法来了解实际情况以及在给定情况下的处理方式,这是中国国内公立医院。

以下是本研究论文使用的每一种方法的描述:

这里选择的定性研究方法之一是对所选择的样本人群进行访谈。在本研究中,被访问的样本人群包括三名线人,他们都是中国患者,已经前往美国进行任何治疗。此外,还收集了一位曾在中国公立医院工作的波士顿医生的信息。

研究人员决定在采访中使用开放式问题,这些问题的提问方式更加友好和随意。这将使面试过程没有压力,举报人将回答得更清楚、更公开。此外,我们亦会获得举报人的信任,以便作出正确的回应。一个轻松平静的氛围是研究的重点。医疗话题更敏感,因此在面试过程中个人必须感到放松。这样,他们就不会隐瞒任何信息。

线人1:这是一位45-50岁的女性,已婚,三年前被诊断为乳腺癌。她和丈夫前往波士顿接受治疗计划。他们参观了位于朗伍德的世界一流乳腺癌研究所。

线人2:这是一位25-30岁的女士,已婚,一年前去洛杉矶生孩子。

线人3:这是一位30-35岁的男士。单身,前往洛杉矶进行胃镜检查。

下面是基于编码和分析方法得到的上述线人的响应

线人1:这是一位45-50岁的女性,已婚,三年前被诊断为乳腺癌。她和丈夫前往波士顿接受治疗计划。他们参观了位于朗伍德的世界一流乳腺癌研究所。

问题1:你在中国公立医院的整体经历如何?

回应:“三年前,当我走近中国的一家公立医院时,胸部不舒服。医院里的工作人员效率很低,我不得不在确诊前多次进出那家医院,只是为了做很多检查。”

澳洲代写-乳腺癌的定性研究方法

As discussed above the research methodology adopted in this paper is qualitative research method. The qualitative research method can be done in different ways like interview, focus groups etc. Here in this study, the type of the qualitative method used is interview. The researcher frames the interview questions. The questions are open end questions mainly. The purpose of the open-end questions is that the informants are easily able to answer the questions without any confusions or difficulties. The open-end question will also enable the researcher to analyze the given situation in a better way and conclusion of the issue can be arrived easily。
One of the main purposes of choosing the interview method is that it will be more explanatory in nature and the respondent can be asked anything related to the given scenario. This enables more in depth analysis of the issue. As a part of the data gathering process, the informants are interviewed with the chosen questions. Also, the researcher conducts three data gathering methods which are interview, direct observation to know the real situation and the way things are handled in the given situation, which here is the Chinese domestic public hospitals .
Here is the description of each method used in this research paper:
One of the qualitative research method chosen here is the interview to the sample population selected. In this study, the sample population to be interviewed includes three informants, who are Chinese patients who have already travelled to USA for any treatment purpose. Information from a doctor from Boston, who had worked in the Chinese public hospital is also collected.
The researcher decides to have open end questions for the interview, that are asked in a more friendly and casual way. This will make the interview process stress free and the informants will answer more clearly and more openly. Moreover, a trust will be gained from the informants so that the correct responses will be achieved. A relaxed and calm atmosphere is what the focus of the research. Healthcare topic is more sensitive and thus the individuals have to feel relaxed during the interview process. By this, they will not hide any information.
Informant 1: This is a lady with age group 45-50, married, diagnosed for breast cancer three years ago. She and her husband traveled to Boston for treatment plan. They visited one world class breast cancer institute in Longwood.
Informant 2: This is a lady with age group 25-30, married, travel to LA one year ago for the purpose of giving birth to her baby.
Informant 3: This is a gentleman with age group 30-35. Single, travel to LA for gastroscopy examine.
Below are the responses from the informants above based on the coding and analysis method
Informant 1: This is a lady with age group 45-50, married, diagnosed for breast cancer three years ago. She and her husband traveled to Boston for treatment plan. They visited one world class breast cancer institute in Longwood.
Question 1: How was your overall experience in China Public Hospital?
Response: “ Three years ago, when I approached one of the public hospitals in China, with uncomfortable on my breast. The hospital people were so inefficient that I had to walk in and out many times to that hospital before the exact start of diagnosis itself, simply for many tests and checks”