Aim: The aim of the study was to describe practices that support collaboration in interprofessional primary health care teams, and identify performance indicators perceived to measure the impact of this collaboration from the perspective...
more Aim: The aim of the study was to describe practices that support collaboration in interprofessional primary health care teams, and identify performance indicators perceived to measure the impact of this collaboration from the perspective of interprofessional health providers.
The course provides the practical tools and knowledge needed to write up qualitative research studies for publication.
The focus will be on writing for publication in clinical journals, but many of the topics discussed will apply equally to writing qualitative research for any type of journal.
Do extraordinary events alter the practice of gaining visibility performed in ordinary times, and if so, how? Data comprise 45 qualitative interviews conducted with some of the main Greek, Italian and Spanish grassroots organisations that are engaged in two contentious issues: political corruption and temporary employment.
By using a new method for data collection, namely «media in practices maps interviews», my findings denote that: i) Southern European activists make use of an assorted array of media-related devices, services and actions; ii) it is precisely during ordinary times that political actors learn how to conceive and perform the practice of gaining visibility, thus understanding how to put it in practice during extraordinary events; iii) activists of Southern European countries are reacting differently to digital media innovations.Qualitative analytic strategies were applied to each question.Findings: A total of 283 primary health care providers from 14 health professions working in interprofessional primary health care teams participated.Background: Despite the surge of interprofessional primary health care models implemented across Canada, there is little evidence as to whether or not the intended outcomes of primary health care teams have been achieved.Part of the challenge is determining the most appropriate measures that can demonstrate the value of collaborative care.more This thesis explores menstruation as a gendered, embodied act looking specifically at transgender people who menstruate.Though scholars have studied women’s experiences of menstruation as gendered, little has been written on the experiences of transgender people who menstruate and the attitudes they have toward menstruation.If you are not yet at that stage then it would be worth considering applying at a later stage.The course will cover the following: Please identify one or two published articles that you think are good examples of the kinds of qualitative writing that you aspire to.By applying a media in practice approach, I ground my theoretical foundations on the notion of constitutive entanglement, which is...more This article focuses on the practice of gaining visibility of Southern European grassroots organisations.