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Research conversations with children and adolescents: Development and use of comprehensive interview guidelines

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posted on 2020-06-16, 21:12 authored by Laura G. Rogers, Kathleen Shearer, Sarah Southon Hryniuk, Lynne Ray, Gwen R. RempelGwen R. Rempel
Five sources of methodological data: the interview recordings, transcribed interviews, interviewer’s pre and post field notes, interviewer reflective journals, and team meeting notes.


Women and Children's Health Research Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB Canada

Canadian Pediatric Spinal Deformities Study Group

Endowment Fund for the Future, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB Canada


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  • Canada

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  • Higher Education Researcher

Lead author institution

Athabasca University

Human Participants

  • Yes

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Ethics approval from Ethics Review Boards at the University of Alberta and The King's University, Edmonton, AB Canada.

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Rogers, L., G., Shearer, K., Southon Hryniuk, S., Ray, L., & Rempel, G. R. (2021). Beyond the interview guide: Experiences of practically and mindfully implementing interview guidelines when conducting research with children and adolescents with chronic conditions and their siblings. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 20, 1-14.