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How to Design a Qualitative Research Program

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Qualitative research can help project teams understand the cultural environment that they are working in, deliver insights into people’s attitudes to health, medicine and food, increase uptake within programs and educate people into healthier behaviors, ultimately improving people’s levels of nutrition and lives. Qualitative research is a formalized way of listening that enables objectivity; it reduces bias and exposes incorrect assumptions carried in cultural differences. This is important for international programs, as many involve staff from a scientific and foreign cultural background.

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Year 2010
Authors Emma Bryden
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/AAHI4663
DOI Number 10.52439/AAHI4663
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