This study used multiple coding (where each individual in a research team codes qualitative data) to analyse the data from a research project exploring cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis. The data was thus analysed from the perspective of a service user researcher, a clinical researcher and a psychology assistant. The report describes how the team then discussed and debated the areas, where they agreed on the analysis and where their interpretations differed.
They conclude this helped them to build a strong consensus about the data from multiple perspectives and that this approach is a valuable means of hearing service users’ voices in qualitative data analysis.
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Date Entered: 2013/01/08
Date Edited: 2013/01/08