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This resource provides specialized PubMed searches on healthcare quality and costs. Below you'll find the definitions of the specialized queries available.
In PubMed: There is a special query interface for Health Services Research which has a category for Qualitative Research
In CINAHL: Refine/Limit the set to Clinical Queries. Select within the drop-down Clinical Queries menu: Qualitative-High Sensitivity; Qualitative-High Specificity; Qualitative-Best Balance. High Sensitivity is the broadest search, to include ALL relevant material, but may also include less relevant materials. High Specificity is the most targeted search to include only the most relevant result set, but may miss some relevant materials. Best Balance retrieves the best balance between Sensitivity and Specificity.
In PsycINFO: Limit to Clinical queries: Qualitative, OR, try the same search, limiting to Methodology: select Qualitative Study, Interview, or Focus Groups under the Methodology drop-down menu. Click Search.