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posted on 16.06.2020by Laura G. Rogers, Kathleen Shearer, Sarah Southon Hryniuk, Lynne Ray, Gwen 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.