Grounded theory in articles - Health care and Nursing (2006)

Annells, M. (2006). "Triangulation of qualitative approaches: hermeneutical phenomenology and grounded theory". Journal of Advanced Nursing. 56 (1), 55–61. 

Heath, H. (2006). "Exploring the influences and use of the literature during a grounded theory study". Journal of Research in Nursing, 11 (6), 519–528.

Klunklin, A. & Greenwood, J. (2006). "Symbolic Interactionism in Grounded Theory Studies: Women Surviving With HIV/AIDS in Rural Northern Thailand". Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS care. 17 (5), 32-41.

Kvist, L.J., et al. (2006). "A grounded theory study of Swedish women's experiences of inflammatory symptoms of the breast during breast feeding". Midwifery, 22 (2). 137-146.

Mills, J., et al. (2006). "Adopting a constructivist approach to grounded theory: Implications for research design". International Journal of Nursing Practice, 12 (1), 8-13.

Neill, S.J. (2006). "Grounded theory sampling The contribution of reflexivity". Journal of Research in Nursing, 11 (3), 253-260. 

Walker, D. & Myrick, F. (2006). "Grounded theory: an exploration of process and procedure". Qualitative Health Research, 16 (4), 547-559.

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