Qualitative Health Research

(The TQCC of Qualitative Health Research is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Carrying Out Rapid Qualitative Research During a Pandemic: Emerging Lessons From COVID-19293
Rapid Techniques in Qualitative Research: A Critical Review of the Literature212
Face-to-Face Compared With Online Collected Accounts of Health and Illness Experiences: A Scoping Review87
Recommendations for Virtual Qualitative Health Research During a Pandemic67
Collective Emotion During Collective Trauma: A Metaphor Analysis of the COVID-19 Pandemic57
Former NICU Families Describe Gaps in Family-Centered Care55
How Participatory Music Engagement Supports Mental Well-being: A Meta-Ethnography38
Examining What We Know in Relation to How We Know It: A Team-Based Reflexivity Model for Rapid Qualitative Health Research36
The Social Ecology of Power in Participatory Health Research34
“They’re Not Willing To Accommodate Deaf patients”: Communication Experiences of Deaf American Sign Language Users in the Emergency Department34
Gratitude in Health Care: A Meta-narrative Review32
“When Is Health Care Actually Going to Be Care?” The Lived Experience of Family Planning Care Among Young Black Women32
Alone in a Time of Pandemic: Solo-Living Women Coping With Physical Isolation31
Complex Qualitative Data Analysis: Lessons Learned From the Experiences With the Qualitative Analysis Guide of Leuven31
Doing Phenomenological Research and Writing30
The Consequences of Female Genital Mutilation on Psycho-Social Well-Being: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Research29
Intersectionality of Resilience: A Strengths-Based Case Study Approach With Indigenous Youth in an Urban Canadian Context29
It’s Not Just a Virus! Lived Experiences of People Diagnosed With COVID-19 Infection in Denmark28
“He’s Back so I’m Not Alone”: The Impact of Deep Brain Stimulation on Personality, Self, and Relationships in Parkinson’s Disease27
Overcoming Barriers: Individual Experiences Obtaining Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder27
Using the Framework Method for the Analysis of Qualitative Dyadic Data in Health Research26
“It Went to the Very Heart of Who I Was as a Woman”: The Invisible Impacts of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence25
Conceptualizing Qualitative Data24
The Diagnostic Experiences of Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in Ontario, Canada24
“Connection to Culture Is Like a Massive Lifeline”: Yarning With Aboriginal Young People About Culture and Social and Emotional Wellbeing24
Sex: What Is the Big Deal? Exploring Individuals’ with Intellectual Disabilities Experiences with Sex Education22
“Why Am I Not Taking Medications?” Barriers and Facilitators of Diabetes Medication Adherence Across Different Health Literacy Levels22
Implications of COVID-19 on the Loneliness of Older Adults in Residential Care Homes22
Health Care Professionals’ and Patients’ Management of the Interactional Practices in Telemedicine Videoconferencing: A Conversation Analytic and Discursive Systematic Review21
Qualitative Findings on the Impact of COVID-19 Restrictions on Australian Gay and Bisexual Men: Community Belonging and Mental Well-being21
Body Image and Eating Disorders Among South Asian American Women: What Are We Missing?20
It’s in Me to Give: Canadian Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Men’s Willingness to Donate Blood If Eligible Despite Feelings of Policy Discrimination20
First-Time Mothers’ Expectations and Experiences of Postnatal Care in England20
“I Was Raised in Addiction”: Constructions of the Self and the Other in Discourses of Addiction and Recovery19
Conversations About Opioids: Impact of the Opioid Overdose Epidemic on Social Interactions for People Who Live With Chronic Pain19
Physiotherapists Both Reproduce and Resist Biomedical Dominance when Working With People With Low Back Pain: A Qualitative Study Towards New Praxis19
Confronting the Complexities of “Co-Production” in Participatory Health Research: A Critical, Reflexive Approach to Power Dynamics in a Collaborative Project on Parkinson’s Dance19
Integrating Traditional Medicine and Healing into the Ghanaian Mainstream Health System: Voices From Within19
Digital Storytelling as a Patient Engagement and Research Approach With First Nations Women: How the Medicine Wheel Guided Our Debwewin Journey19
“What Is Right for Me, Is Not Necessarily Right for You”: The Endogenous Factors Influencing Nonparticipation in Medical Assistance in Dying18
Understanding the Role of Past Health Care Discrimination in Help-Seeking and Shared Decision-Making for Depression Treatment Preferences18
Supporting Vulnerable Populations During the Pandemic: Stakeholders’ Experiences and Perceptions of Social Prescribing in Scotland During Covid-1917
“I Will Not Be Defined by This. I’m Not Going to Live Like a Victim; It Is Not Going to Define My Life”: Exploring Breast Cancer Survivors’ Experiences and Sense of Self17
Working with Aboriginal young people in sexual health research: a peer research methodology in remote Australia17
Family Sense-Making After a Down Syndrome Diagnosis17
“I Am Okay With It, But I Am Not Going to Do It”: The Exogenous Factors Influencing Non-Participation in Medical Assistance in Dying16
What Moves People Living With Dementia? Exploring Barriers and Motivators for Physical Activity Perceived by People Living With Dementia in Care Homes16
Unvaxxed: A Cultural Study of the Online Anti-Vaccination Movement16
Empowering People to Make Healthier Choices: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Tackling Obesity Policy16
Sick of the Sick Role: Narratives of What “Recovery” Means to People With CFS/ME16
Patients’ Experiences of Comorbid HIV/AIDS and Diabetes Care and Management in Soweto, South Africa15
“An Active, Productive Life”: Narratives of, and Through, Participation in Public and Patient Involvement in Health Research15
Access to Psychological Support for Young People Following Stoma Surgery: Exploring Patients’ and Clinicians’ Perspectives15
Collaborative Filmmaking: A Participatory, Visual Research Method14
Physiotherapists’ Approaches to Patients’ Concerns in Back Pain Consultations Following a Psychologically Informed Training Program14
Caregiver Support in Mental Health Recovery: A Critical Realist Qualitative Research14
Health Care Providers’ Challenges to High-Quality HIV Care and Antiretroviral Treatment Retention in Rural South Africa14
Qualitative Data Sharing: Participant Understanding, Motivation, and Consent13
Feelings, Thoughts, and Behaviors During Disaster13
Designing an “Ideal” Substance Use Disorder Treatment Center: Perspectives of People Who Have Utilized Medications for Opioid Use Disorder13
Simulation-Based Research: A Scoping Review13
The “Sticky Notes” Method: Adapting Interpretive Description Methodology for Team-Based Qualitative Analysis in Community-Based Participatory Research13
“Having a Baby Can Wait”: Experiences of a Sexual and Reproductive Health Promotion Program in the Context of Homelessness among Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Other Pacific Islander Youth Captu13
“But I Gathered My Courage”: HIV Self-Testing as a Pathway of Empowerment Among Ugandan Female Sex Workers13
Decisions and Dilemmas: The Context of Prioritization Dilemmas and Influences on Staff Members’ Prioritization Decisions in Residential Aged Care13
Moving Beyond Text-and-Talk in Qualitative Health Research: Methodological Considerations of Using Multiple Media for Data Collection12
Experiences of Pain in Hospitalized Children During Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Therapy12
“Now I Am Myself”: Exploring How People With Poststroke Aphasia Experienced Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Within the SOFIA Trial12
“There Is So Much More for Us to Lose If We Were to Kill Ourselves”: Understanding Paradoxically Low Rates of Self-Harm in a Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Community in London12
The Experiences of People Living With Chronic Pain During a Pandemic: “Crumbling Dreams With Uncertain Futures”12
Age, Dementia, and Diagnostic Candidacy: Examining the Diagnosis of Young Onset Dementia Using the Candidacy Framework12
Co-designing an Integrated Care Network With People Living With Parkinson’s Disease: From Patients’ Narratives to Trajectory Analysis11
“Why Would I Talk To Them About Sex?”: Exploring Patient-Provider Communication Among Black Women Experiencing Sexual Pain11
How Culture Shapes Informal Caregiver Motivations: A Meta-Ethnographic Review11
Cultural Bereavement and Resilience in Refugee Resettlement: A Photovoice Study With Yazidi Women in the Midwest United States11
Black Women’s Lived Experiences of Abortion11
“Painful, yet Beautiful, Moments”: Pathways Through Infant Feeding and Dynamic Conceptions of Breastfeeding Success11
Cancer-Related Decision-Making Among Adolescents, Young Adults, Caregivers, and Oncology Providers11
Why the Qualitative Health Research (QHR) Review Process Does Not Use Checklists11
“I Feel Abused by My Own Mind”: Themes of Control in Men’s Online Accounts of Living With Anxiety11
Negotiating Female Genital Cutting in a Transnational Context11
Yarning as an Interview Method for Non-Indigenous Clinicians and Health Researchers11
We Need to Talk About Complexity in Health Research: Findings From a Focused Ethnography11
The Experts’ Advice: Prevention and Responsibility in German Media and Scientific Discourses on Dementia11
Sexual and Reproductive Health Information and Experiences Among Syrian Refugee Adolescent Girls in Lebanon11
Parental Perspectives on Family Mealtimes Related to Gastrostomy Tube Feeding in Children10
How to Save a Life: Vital Clues From Men Who Have Attempted Suicide10
“The Drug Use Unfortunately isn’t all Bad”: Chronic Disease Self-Management Complexity and Strategy Among Marginalized People Who Use Drugs10
The Impact of Binational Barriers to Medical Care on the Care-Seeking Practices of Mexican Immigrants10
“What other choices might I have made?”: Sexual Minority Men, the PrEP Cascade and the Shifting Subjective Dimensions of HIV Risk10
How do Healthcare Workers ‘Do’ Guidelines? Exploring How Policy Decisions Impacted UK Healthcare Workers During the First Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic10
Observation and Institutional Ethnography: Helping Us to See Better10
Organ Transplant Recipients’ Experiences of Physical Activity: Health, Self-Care, and Transliminality10
Harm Reduction for Women in Treatment for Alcohol Use Problems: Exploring the Impact of Dominant Addiction Discourse10
“You Are By No Means Alone”: A Netnographic Study of Self-Care Support in an Online Community for Older Adults10
Community Perspectives on Social Influences on Suicide Within a Native American Reservation10
I Tried Forcing Myself to do It, but Then It Becomes a Boring Chore”: Understanding (dis)engagement in Physical Activity Among Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes Using a Practice Theory Approach10
Navigating Intersectional Stigma: Strategies for Coping Among Cisgender Women of Color10
Grassroots Mental Health Groups’ Use of Advocacy Strategies in Social Media Messaging9
‘Today Was Probably One of the Most Challenging Workdays I’ve Ever Had’: Doing Remote Qualitative Research with Hospital Doctors During the COVID-19 Pandemic9
Diabetes Identity: A Mechanism of Social Change9
From Danger to Uncertainty: Changing Health Care Practices, Everyday Experiences, and Temporalities in Dealing With COVID-19 Policies in the Netherlands9
(Mis)recognition in the Therapeutic Alliance: The Experience of Mental Health Interpreters Working With Refugees in U.K. Clinical Settings9
Understanding the Lived Experience of Children With Type 1 Diabetes in Kenya: Daily Routines and Adaptation Over Time9
Living With Fear: Experiences of Danish Parents in Vulnerable Positions During Pregnancy and in the Postnatal Period9
Not Enough Money and Too Many Thoughts: Exploring Perceptions of Mental Health in Two Ugandan Districts Through the Mental Health Literacy Framework9
“We All Join Hands”: Perceptions of the Kangaroo Method Among Female Relatives of Newborns in The Gambia9
Photovoice Revisited: Dialogue and Action as Pivotal9
Treatment Experiences Among People Who Use Opioids: A Social Ecological Approach9
Reframing How Early Pregnancy Loss Is Viewed in the Emergency Department9
Development of PARcific Approach: Participatory Action Research Methodology for Collectivist Health Research9
‘The System is Not Set up for the Benefit of Women’: Women’s Experiences of Decision-Making During Pregnancy and Birth in Ireland9
Adherence and the Moral Construction of the Self: A Narrative Analysis of Anticoagulant Medication9
Benefits and Challenges of Assistance Dogs for Families of Children on the Autism Spectrum: Mothers’ Perspectives9
Social Processes Informing Toileting Behavior Among Adolescent and Adult Women: Social Cognitive Theory as an Interpretative Lens9
Exploring Indigenous Ways of Coping After a Wildfire Disaster in Northern Alberta, Canada9
Dignity as an Intersubjective Phenomenon: Experiences of Dyads Living With Serious Illness9
The Parental Struggle With the Israeli Genital Socialization Process9
Socially Constructing Healthy Eating: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of Healthy Eating Information and Advice9
Surprise Reveals the Affective-Moral Economies in Cancer Illness Narratives9
“Making a Way Out of No Way:” Understanding the Sexual and Reproductive Health Care Experiences of Transmasculine Young Adults of Color in the United States9
The Balance of Patient Involvement: Patients’ and Health Professionals’ Perspectives on Decision-Making in the Treatment of Advanced Prostate Cancer9
Chronic Illness Management in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Patients: Exploring the Needs, Access, and Understanding of Information9
Motivations for PrEP-Related Interpersonal Communication Among Women Who Inject Drugs: A Qualitative Egocentric Network Study9
“Love Can’t Be Taken to the Hospital. If It Were Possible, It Would Be Better”: Patients’ Experiences of Being Cared for in an Intensive Care Unit9
The “Be All and End All”? Young People, Online Sexual Health Information, Science and Skepticism9
Exploration of Physical Activity Barriers and Facilitators Among Adults in Kathmandu, Nepal8
Understanding Gut Feelings: Transformations in Coping With Inflammatory Bowel Disease Among Young Adults8
Modes of Interaction in Naturally Occurring Medical Encounters With General Practitioners: The “One in a Million” Study8
Using Linguistic Ethnography to Study Video Consultations: A Call to Action and Future Research Agenda8
Making Public Involvement in Research More Inclusive of People With Complex Speech and Motor Disorders: The I-ASC Project8
Where Does Value Lie in Peer Support? An Exploratory Discussion of the Theories and Methods Underpinning Effective Research in Peer Support8
Acceptance of the HPV Vaccine in a Multiethnic Sample of Latinx Mothers8
HIV-Related Stigma Among Youth Living With HIV in Western Uganda8
Patient Flow or the Patient’s Journey? Exploring Health Care Providers’ Experiences and Understandings of Implementing a Care Pathway to Improve the Quality of Transitional Care for Older People8
A Reflexive Lens on Preparing and Conducting Semi-structured Interviews with Academic Colleagues8
U.S. Abortion Care Providers’ Perspectives on Self-Managed Abortion8
From Theory to Implementation: Adaptations to a Quality Improvement Initiative According to Implementation Context8
Speaking Shame and Laughing It Off: Using Humorous Narrative to Conquer the Shame of Anorectal Illness8
Contributions of Preventive Social Services in Early Childhood Home Visiting in a Disadvantaged Area of Sweden: The Practice of the Parental Advisor8
HIV Diagnosis as Both Biographical Disruption and Biographical Reinforcement: Experiences of HIV Diagnoses Among Recently Diagnosed People Living With HIV8
“We Are Doing These Things So That People Will Not Laugh at Us”: Caregivers’ Attitudes About Dementia and Caregiving in Nigeria8
Ethics Review Boards for Research With Human Participants: Past, Present, and Future8
“Did I Choose a Birth Control Method Yet?”: Health Care and Women’s Contraceptive Decision-Making8
Perspectives and Experiences of Obstetricians Who Provide Labor and Delivery Care for Micronesian Women in Hawai‘i: What Is Driving Cesarean Delivery Rates?7
Understanding the Course of Critical Illness Through a Lifeworld Approach7
Dialoguing With Images: An Expressive Arts Method for Health Research7
Emotional Health Work of Women With Female Genital Cutting Prior to Reproductive Health Care Encounters7
Professional Interpreters and Vicarious Trauma: An Australian Perspective7
Managing Strong Emotions: Nurses’ Recognition and Responses to Personal Emotions When Approaching Parents With Cancer and Their Dependent Children7
“Sewing Is Part of Our Tradition”: A Case Study of Sewing as a Strategy for Arts-Based Inquiry in Health Research With Inuit Women7
Ethnography in Health Services Research: Oscillation Between Theory and Practice7
Making Conversation Analysis Accessible: A Conceptual Guide for Health Services Researchers7
Evaluating Complex Interventions Using Qualitative Longitudinal Research: A Case Study of Understanding Pathways to Violence Prevention7
The Emotional and Psychological Labor of Insider Qualitative Research Among Systemically Marginalized Groups: Revisiting the Uses of Reflexivity7
An Unexpected Journey: The Lived Experiences of Patients with Long-Term Cognitive Sequelae After Recovering from COVID-197
Identifying and Responding to Delirium in Acute Stroke: Clinical Team Members’ Understandings7
Counter-Narratives of Structural Oppressions, Stigma and Resistance, and Reproductive and Sexual Health Among Youth Experiencing Homelessness7
Experiencing the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic Whilst Living With Cancer7
Trans Youth Talk Back: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of Transgender Minors’ Accounts of Healthcare Access7
A Life Course Perspective on Growing Older With Cerebral Palsy7
Using Black Feminist Theory and Methods to Uncover Best Practices in Health Promotion Programming7
Moving on From the Delphi Study: The Development of a Physical Activity Training Programme Prototype Through Co-produced Qualitative Research7
Identifying “What Matters Most” to Men in Botswana to Promote Resistance to HIV-Related Stigma7
“Will You Still Feel Beautiful When You Find Out You Are Different?”: Parents’ Experiences, Reflections, and Appearance-Focused Conversations About Their Child’s Visible Difference7
Women, Exercise, and Eating Disorder Recovery: The Normal and the Pathological7
“It’s a Bit of a Double-Edged Sword”: Motivation and Personal Impact of Bereaved Mothers’ Advocacy for Drug Policy Reform7
The Challenges of Conducting Qualitative Research on “couples” in Abusive Intimate Partner Relationships Involving Substance Use7
Successfully Negotiating Life Challenges: Learnings From Adults With Cerebral Palsy7
‘I Have to Explain to him’: How Companions Broker Mutual Understanding Between Patients with Intellectual Disabilities and Health Care Practitioners in Primary Care7
Healthcare Barriers Among Working-Age Persons with Disabilities in Trinidad7
Evaluation of a 20-Month Physical Activity Intervention to Improve Motivational and Affective Outcomes Among Disadvantaged Adult Women7
Comparing Patients’ Experiences in Three Differentiated Service Delivery Models for HIV Treatment in South Africa7
Introducing SAMMSA, a Five-Step Method for Producing ‘Quality’ Qualitative Analysis7
Managing Precarity: Understanding Latinas’ Sexual and Reproductive Care-Seeking in a Midwest Emergent Latino Community7
Grounded in Culture: Reflections on Sitting Outside the Circle in Community-Based Research With Indigenous Men7
“What I Would Do to Take Away Your Pain”: A Photovoice Project Conducted by Mothers of Children With Medical Complexity7