Interview transcript data: Student midwives' experiences of challenging poor practice
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MSc dissertation (IPA study) exploring students midwives' experiences of challenging poor practice whilst on placement. Contributing to the research supporting quality of care in maternity. Practice and education improvement aim.
- Midwifery -- Study and teaching
- Patient Safety
- Quality of Health Care
- student midwives, challenging, poor practice
- Subjects Allied to Medicine::Nursing::Midwifery
- W Medicine and related subjects (NLM Classification)::WQ Obstetrics
- University of Nottingham, UK Campus::Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Data typeinterview transcription
- Spendlove, Zoey
Data collection methodThe qualitative data was collected via interviews on MS Teams. The inbuilt recording feature of MS Teams was used as standard for all interviews. The videos files were watched by the lead researcher to transcribe the interviews verbatim - this included pauses, hesitations and notes on participants' non-verbal communication. This generated written data. Participants were referred to by their participant identification number, and any other identified people or places were given a pseudonym. The files were available to the research supervisor to peer review the transcriptions for accuracy and quality assurance.
Legal and ethical issuesEthical approval was sought from the UoN in addition to the university where the data was collected. There may have been information disclosed that researcher had a professional duty to report. All data was anonymised - no person is names and placement areas are anonymised. Informed consent was obtained as per the ethical approval