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  • Interviewing children for the purposes of research in primary care 

    Morison, Moya; Moir, James; Kwansa, Theo (Cambridge University Press, 2000)
    Interviewing can provide unique opportunities for professionals to gain some understanding of the child's subjective experience, where other means of data collection are inappropriate and other sources of data are less ...
  • Perspectives on telecare: the client view 

    Levy, Sharon; Jack, Nat; Bradley, David A.; Morison, Moya; Swanston, Michael (Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited, 2003-06-01)
    We explored the attitudes and responses of older people to telecare technologies. Questionnaires were given to subjects in three locations: two day hospitals in Tayside (a region of north-east Scotland); five units of ...
  • The role of computer software in the analysis of qualitative data: efficient clerk, research assistant or Trojan horse? 

    Morison, Moya; Moir, James (Wiley-Blackwell, 1998-07)
    In the last 15 years there has been a proliferation of computer software packages designed to facilitate qualitative data analysis. The programs can be classified, according to function, into a number of broad categories ...