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Epilogue: Celebrating the completion of the 'How to…' series on qualitative research.

Anu Kajamaa, Jill Thistlethwaite, Terese Stenfors,

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2020, 17(6):593-595]

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Making the invisible visible: a place for utilizing activity theory within in situ simulation to drive healthcare organizational development?

Gerard J Gormley, Anu Kajamaa, Richard L Conn, Sarah O'Hare,

Background:The healthcare needs of our societies are continual changing and evolving. In order to meet these needs, healthcare provision has to be dynamic and reactive to provide the highest standards of safe care. Therefore, there is a continual need to generate new evidence and implement it within healthcare contexts. In ... Read more >>

Adv Simul (Lond) (Advances in simulation (London, England))
[2020, 5:29]

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How to … assess the quality of qualitative research.

Terese Stenfors, Anu Kajamaa, Deirdre Bennett,

As a clinician interested in qualitative research, you are likely to have pondered whether a particular study is trustworthy. How do you know whether qualitative research findings are valid and can be applied in your setting? The quality standards you would look for in quantitative research do not apply. Furthermore, ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2020, 17(6):596-599]

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How to … do longitudinal qualitative research.

Deirdre Bennett, Anu Kajamaa, Jenny Johnston,

In health professions education, we are often interested in researching change over time, for example the development of professional identity or the adoption of new practices. Taking a longitudinal qualitative approach to such research can provide valuable insights. In this article, we present some longitudinal qualitative methods to support researchers ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2020, 17(5):489-492]

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How to … do mixed-methods research.

Anu Kajamaa, Karen Mattick, Anne de la Croix,

As a clinician, you will often combine patients' narratives with test results in order to obtain a coherent picture and then decide on a way forward. As an educator, you are also likely to combine different information from your learners to arrive at the best feedback, judgement or supervision plan. ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2020, 17(3):267-271]

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How to … be reflexive when conducting qualitative research.

Aileen Barrett, Anu Kajamaa, Jenny Johnston,

Reflexivity can be a complex concept to grasp when entering the world of qualitative research. In this article, we aim to encourage new qualitative researchers to become reflexive as they develop their critical research skills, differentiating between the familiar concept of reflection and reflective practice and that of reflexivity. Although ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2020, 17(1):9-12]

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How to … use qualitative research to change practice.

Anu Kajamaa, Anne de la Croix, Karen Mattick,

The 'How to …' series focuses on how to do qualitative research. But how can qualitative research enhance patient care? This paper aims to support health care practitioners, educators and researchers who are interested in bridging the gap between research and practice (both clinical and educational), to guide improvements that ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2019, 16(5):437-441]

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Trainee doctors' experiences of common problems in the antibiotic prescribing process: an activity theory analysis of narrative data from UK hospitals.

Anu Kajamaa, Karen Mattick, Hazel Parker, Angelique Hilli, Charlotte Rees,

INTRODUCTION:Prescribing antibiotics is an error-prone activity and one of the more challenging responsibilities for doctors in training. The nature and extent of challenges experienced by them at different stages of the antibiotic prescribing process are not well described, meaning that interventions may not target the most problematic areas. OBJECTIVES:Our aim ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2019, 9(6):e028733]

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How to… get started with theory in education.

Jenny Johnston, Deirdre Bennett, Anu Kajamaa,

This paper, on using theory in health professions education research, is the second in a series that aims to support novice researchers within clinical education, particularly those undertaking their first qualitative study. Diving into the world of education theory can be challenging and uncomfortable for clinician-educators. Nonetheless, theory is an ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2018, 15(4):294-297]

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From the abstract to the concrete - Implementation of an innovative tool in home care.

Anu Kajamaa, Klaus-Peter Schulz,

Background The implementation of innovations in practice is a critical factor for change and development processes in health and home care. We therefore analyze how an innovative tool - a mobility agreement to maintain physical mobility of home care clients - was implemented in Finnish home care. Methods Our study ... Read more >>

Health Serv Manage Res (Health services management research)
[2018, 31(1):2-10]

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Clients' initiatives and caregivers' responses in the organizational dynamics of care delivery.

Anu Kajamaa, Angelique Hilli,

Our aim with this article is to develop a typology for the analysis of client-caregiver encounters in health care. We first observed client-caregiver interactions in the homes of home care clients and during the care processes of surgical patients. We then conducted a data-driven analysis to identify the clients' initiatives ... Read more >>

Qual Health Res (Qualitative health research)
[2014, 24(1):18-32]

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