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Qualitative Research into Nurse Decision Making: Factors for Consideration in Theoretical Sampling

Qualitative Health Research , Volume 9 (6): 815 – Nov 1, 1999

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Sage Publications
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Copyright © 1999 by SAGE Publications
ISSN
1049-7323
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1049-7323
D.O.I.
10.1177/104973239900900609
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Qualitative Research into Nurse Decision Making: Factors for Consideration in Theoretical Sampling

Abstract

This article details some of the theoretical sampling choices available to researchers considering qualitative approaches to research into nurse decision making and the information that informs it. It draws on the theoretical and empirical literature on decision theory and, in so doing, provides a rationale for the theoretical sampling choices proposed. The final sampling frame is designed to be applied to decision research in nursing but could offer starting points for research into the decisions of other professional clinical groups.
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