The role of pilot studies in midwifery research.

This source preferred by Vanora Hundley and Edwin van Teijlingen

Authors: Hundley, V. and van Teijlingen, E.

http://www.rcm.org.uk/midwives/news/rcm-in-the-news/the-role-of-pilot-studies-in-midwifery-research/?locale=en

Journal: RCM Midwives Journal

Volume: 5

Pages: 372-374

ISSN: 1479-2915

This second paper in a series on research emphasises the importance of conducting 'pilot' or 'feasibility' studies prior to embarking on more in-depth research. It focuses on piloting the two main data collection methods used by midwives in social or health research--quantitative questionnaires and qualitative interviews.

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Authors: Hundley, V. and van Teijlingen, E.

Journal: RCM Midwives

Volume: 5

Issue: 11

Pages: 372-374

This second paper in a series on research emphasises the importance of conducting 'pilot' or 'feasibility' studies prior to embarking on more in-depth research. It focuses on piloting the two main data collection methods used by midwives in social or health research--quantitative questionnaires and qualitative interviews.

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Authors: Hundley, V. and van Teijlingen, E.

Journal: RCM midwives : the official journal of the Royal College of Midwives

Volume: 5

Issue: 11

Pages: 372-374

ISSN: 1479-2915

This second paper in a series on research emphasises the importance of conducting 'pilot' or 'feasibility' studies prior to embarking on more in-depth research. It focuses on piloting the two main data collection methods used by midwives in social or health research--quantitative questionnaires and qualitative interviews.

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Authors: Hundley, V. and van Teijlingen, E.

Journal: RCM midwives : the official journal of the Royal College of Midwives

Volume: 5

Issue: 11

Pages: 372-374

This second paper in a series on research emphasises the importance of conducting 'pilot' or 'feasibility' studies prior to embarking on more in-depth research. It focuses on piloting the two main data collection methods used by midwives in social or health research--quantitative questionnaires and qualitative interviews.

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