By Piers Page, William Eardley, James Carr, David Chadwick, Keith Porter
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Perhaps the classic example is that of Galileo Galilee’s views on the universe. At the time of their proposal were considered heretical and caused Galileo considerable difficulty. That they are now accepted as fact was not solely the result of rational science and objectivity prevailing through reasoned argument and demonstration of ‘truth’, but was also intimately tied to changes in the prevailing world view and the distribution of power within society. Social constructionism Social constructionism is another important philosophical position in qualitative research and follows logically from the anti-positivist stance, although it is not subscribed to by all qualitative researchers.
Repeating steps 3 and 4 until patient care is optimized. 1. There are several types of audit: • Medical audit—review of activities initiated directly by doctors. • Clinical audit—all aspects of clinical care including that provided by nursing and other paramedical staff. e. appointments systems). This chapter is concerned primarily with medical and clinical audit. 1 The audit cycle. an example An ‘old-school’ consultant has worked at a hospital for several years, seeing junior doctors come and go.
All knowledge is inﬂuenced by the prevailing cultural factors of that time, particularly of the distribution of power, and that these factors are as important in the creation of knowledge as any objective scientiﬁc process. 3 Social processes sustain knowledge. This proposes that knowledge is constructed and sustained by people’s interactions with one another rather than from observation of reality. It is for this reason that many qualitative researchers are interested in language, as there is the idea that language does not describe reality, rather it creates reality, at least in terms of how we understand it.
An Introduction to Clinical Research by Piers Page, William Eardley, James Carr, David Chadwick, Keith Porter