Handbook of Qualitative Health Research for Evidence-Based Practice, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016 Handbooks in Health, Work, and Disability Series, Vol. 4
Coordonnateurs : Olson Karin, Young Richard A., Schultz Izabela Z.
This progressive reference redefines qualitative research as a crucial component of evidence-based practice and assesses its current and future impact on healthcare. Its introductory section explains the value of sociocultural context in case conceptualization, and ways this evidence can be integrated with quantitative findings to inform and transform practice. The bulk of the book's chapters review qualitative research in diverse areas, including pain, trauma, heart disease, COPD, and disabling conditions, and examine ways of effectively evaluating and applying qualitative data. This seismic shift in perception moves the healing professions away from traditional one-size-fits-all thinking and toward responsive, patient-centered care.
Among the topics in the Handbook:
·Examining qualitative alternatives to categorical representation.
·The World Health Organization model of health: what evidence is needed?
·Qualitative research in mental health and mental illness.
·Qualitative evidence in pediatrics.
·The contribution of qualitative research to medication adherence.
·Qualitative evidence in health policy analysis.
The Handbook of Qualitative Health Research for Evidence-Based Practice offershealth and clinical psychologists, rehabilitation specialists, occupational and physical therapists, nurses, family physicians and other primary care providers new ways for understanding patients' health-related experiences and opens up new ways for developing interventions intended to improve health outcomes.
Part 1 Setting the Stage.- Using Qualitative Health Research to Transform the Nature of Evidence.- Social Context of Health and Diversity Issues.- Examining Qualitative Alternatives to Categorical Representation:The Case of Culture and Health.- Contextual Action Theory: An Integrative Framework for Qualitative Health Research.- The World Health Organization Model of Health: What Evidence is Needed?.- Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence in Health – The Critics View.- Part 2: Reviews of Qualitative Health Research.- Evaluating Qualitative Health Research from Inside and Outside.- The Contributions of Qualitative Research to Cardiac Conditions.- Qualitative Evidence in Pain.- Qualitative Evidence on Psychological Trauma.- Qualitative Evidence and the Development of Sexuality Education Materials: The Case of Family Planning New Zealand.- Qualitative Evidence in Addictions.- Qualitative Research in Mental Health and Mental Illness.- Qualitative Evidence in Occupational Health.- Qualitative Evidence in Health Promotion.- Qualitative Evidence in Pediatrics.- Qualitative Evidence in Working with Cognitively Impaired Older Adults.- Qualitative Evidence in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.- Qualitative Evidence in the Study of HIV/AIDS and Sensitive Topics: The contribution of online qualitative research.- Qualitative Evidence in Suicide Ideation, Attempts, and Suicide Prevention.- Qualitative Evidence in Suicide: Findings from Qualitative Psychological Autopsy Studies.- Qualitative Evidence in Treatment Adherence.- Disability as a Dimension of Diversity.- Qualitative Evidence in Chronic, Disabling Conditions (Childhood or Early Onset Physical Impairment).- Part 3: Using Qualitative Health Research to Improve Health.- What use is it anyway? Considering Modes of Application and Contributions of Qualitative InquiryBeyond Dissemination: Generating and Applying Qualitative Evidence Through Community-Based Participatory Research.- Using Qualitative Evidence to Develop an Intervention for Enabling People with Chronic Disabling Conditions to be More Physically Active.-The Contribution of Qualitative Research to Medication Adherence.- At Diagnosis and at Death: Using Qualitative Evidence to Inform Psychosocial Interventions in OncologyChange Process Research.- Qualitative Evidence in Health Policy Analysis.- Generating New Health Knowledge.
Aligns notion of evidence with the biopsychosocial and transdisciplinary model of health interventions
Identifies the kinds of psychosocial health questions that can be answered through qualitative and mixed design research methods
Provides recommendations for future research, policy, and practice in evidence-based health interventions
Date de parution : 08-2016
Ouvrage de 567 p.
Date de parution : 10-2015
Ouvrage de 567 p.