The global preference for quality and effective healthcare calls for the credibility and relevance of new drugs. Often, medicine does pass all the vital stages and is declared safe to treat people, resulting in injury to the patient and wasting many resources during its production. Therefore, it is vital to critic the interventions and proposed medical medication before implementing the medicines in treating people.
The study should thoroughly explain its topic and nature and apply qualitative methodologies like ethnography and grounded theory. Additionally, it should provide a problem statement, summary, methods, purpose, and background of its findings. A relevant authority should approve the study’s setting and selection criteria as subjects and document the entire process (Rashid et al., 2019). The methods applied in data collection and the collected data should contain their corresponding dates, iterative processes, and procedural changes encountered. The documentation should explain the data collection methods such as interviews and further include subjects, events, and documents applied in the research. Researchers should also include data processing methods as transcription and data coding in their study, the process involved in arriving at conclusions, findings, themes, and the synthesis and deductions from the study.
Researchers should include links to the empirical data applied in the study. The links are vital to substantiate the results and use evidence like field notes analytically. The analysis should include previous research on the subject and its impact on the current study regarding its contribution (Hunter et al., 2019). The study should summarize its significant findings, scope, unique contributions, and the interrelation between field findings and the derived conclusion. Additionally, the researcher should include the limitations and reliability of the results, possible conflicts of interest sources, and how they overcame the challenge. Lastly, the study should disclose its funding sources and influence in data collection, derived findings, and reporting.
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Hunter, D., McCallum, J., & Howes, D. (2019). Defining exploratory-descriptive qualitative (EDQ) research and considering its application to healthcare. Journal of Nursing and Health Care, 4(1), 18-36.