Qualitative data involves describing, observing and provides an understanding to various situations. The researcher should choose  trustworthy resources such as scholarly, peer-reviewed journals or  books. Some ways the researcher can manage and organize the data

1.  Qualitative data involves describing, observing and provides an understanding to various situations. The researcher should choose  trustworthy resources such as scholarly, peer-reviewed journals or  books. Some ways the researcher can manage and organize the data is to  (1) identify the components of the qualitative research (2) determine  the study strengths and weakness (3) evaluate the reliability and  meaning of the study findings (Burns, Gray & Grove, 2015). After  determining the reliability of the sources the researcher should read  the abstract of the article which will provide a description of the  study. Then, the researcher should separate the data by themes for  instance the two sides that support the research question. The  researcher should keep in mind that the qualified article should have  an introduction, methods, results, discussion section. In addition,  the qualitative study should include adequate information so that the  reader can assess the report dependability and confirmability of the  study (Burns, et al, 2015). Finally, sources being used should be  dependable with the research question.

Reference:

Burns, N., Gray, J., & Grove, S. K. (2015). Understanding  nursing research: Building an evidence-based practice. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier.

2.  Qualitative    research is a methodical method of describing experiences and    conditions from the perspective of a person undergoing the    situation. The person conducting the research must analyze the input    from the participant, find meaning in what they’ve    contributed, and provide a summary of their experience that allows    the reader to understand and “live” their experience    (Grove, Gray, & Burns,2015, p.67). In a qualitative studies    approaches vary. These variances include: phenomological, grounded theory, exploratory,    ethnographic, historical and descriptive studies are types of    qualitative research (Grove, Gray, & Burns, 2015, p. 68). After    deciding which research approach and philosophy that will be used,    then the understanding of the direction the study will identify    itself. Management and organization of acquired data should be    meticulous and prepared in such a way that the data being collected    and the research being completed can be respected and proven to be    evidence based in nature. Coding and organizing data based on these    labels or codes permits for ease of data retrieval, compilation, and    subsequently publishing.

References

Grove,    S., Gray, J., Burns, N. (2015). Understanding Nursing Research,      6th Edition. [Pageburstls]. Retrieved from https://pageburstls.elsevier.com/#/books/9781455770601/

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