Tag: Qualitative

Challenges for drug checking services in Scotland: a qualitative exploration of police perceptions – Harm Reduction Journal

Of the 10 police interviewees two identified as women and eight as men, which is broadly in line with the demographic profile of Police Scotland staff [61]. Participants were based…

Knowledge, attitudes, and experiences in suicide assessment and management: a qualitative study among primary health care workers in southwestern Uganda – BMC Psychiatry

We aimed to explore the knowledge, attitudes, and experiences of primary care health workers in assessing and managing suicidality in structured primary healthcare services in southwestern Uganda using in-depth interviews.…

Stakeholder perspectives on veterinary student preparedness for workplace clinical training – a qualitative study – BMC Veterinary Research

Forty-four participants took part in fifteen group interviews, representing five UK veterinary schools. In total, there were fifteen clinical supervisors, ten veterinary school faculty, ten academic educationalists, four recent alumni…

Perspectives of health care professionals’ on delivering mHealth sexual and reproductive health services in rural settings in low-and-middle-income countries: a qualitative systematic review – BMC Health Services Research

Mobile health interventions were found to have the potential to improve the provision and uptake of SRH services among populations in rural areas of LMICs [16, 17, 25, 27, 50].…

Qualitative evaluation of the Systems Analysis and Improvement Approach as a strategy to increase HIV testing in family planning clinics using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research and the Implementation Outcomes Framework – Implementation Science Communications

Inner setting Data on inner setting were collected through the stage 1 questionnaires and interviews with FP clinic staff. Clinic staff at all intervention clinics (n = 12) completed the questionnaire, and…