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여성건강간호학회지에 게재된 질적 연구 보고 분석

Other Titles
 Analysis on Reports of Qualitative Researches Published in Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 
Authors
 이은주 ; 송주은 ; 천숙희 ; 오현이 ; 안숙희 ; 전은미 ; 김수 ; 김명희 
Citation
 여성건강간호학회지, Vol.18(4) : 321~332, 2012 
Journal Title
 여성건강간호학회지 
ISSN
 1225-9543 
Issue Date
2012
Abstract
Purpose: This research was aimed to analyze the reports of qualitative researches published in Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing (KJWHN). Methods: Twenty qualitative researches using in-depth interviews or focus groups published in KJWHN during from 2002 to 2011 were selected for analysis. Selected reports were analyzed by consolidated criteria for reporting qualitative research (COREQ), which were a reporting guideline for qualitative researches, and consisted of thirty two items and three domains, i.e., (1) research team and reflexivity, (2) study design, and (3) data analysis and reporting. Results: Personal characteristics related to credentials, gender and interviewer's bias or assumption were less reported than other items in the 1st domain. In the 2nd domain, descriptions such as a presence of non-participants, pilot test for interview guide development, and transcript return to participants were less reported than other items. In the 3rd domain, items related to number of data coder, participants checking of the finding, and clarity of minor themes were less reported than other items. Conclusion: It could be concluded that COREQ is a useful guideline for reporting of qualitative studies. From these results, we suggest that full items of COREQ should be considered and described when researchers report qualitative research.
URI
http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/92442
DOI
10.4069/kjwhn.2012.18.4.321
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