Qualitative research in clinical and health psychology features contributions from world leading experts in the field includes chapters on issues methodologies and methods often overlooked in qualitative research books including psychoanalytic methods and discussions of culture and language uses a wealth of examples from research projects to show you how to apply the theory to real . Poul rohleder is senior lecturer in psychology and ma26 tutor at the university of east london uk he is a clinical psychologist with research interests in hiv and sexual health disability critical health psychology mental health and social psychoanalysis poul currently has a programme of research on sexual health and disability. The first qualitative research methods textbook devoted to health and clinical psychology this edited volume examines the issues and methods at the heart of qualitative research with contributions from world leading researchers it features a wealth of examples from real life research projects illustrating how theory translates into practice. We describe several of the more popular types of qualitative approaches discuss criteria for evaluating adequacy of qualitative studies demonstrate the application of qualitative methods in clinical child psychology and finally outline some current resources for training opportunities in qualitative methods. There is ongoing debate within psychology about the legitimacy of qualitative methods although this debate has only recently begun within the subdiscipline of health psychology in the health arena psychology has been one of the last disciplines to adopt qualitative methods for research
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