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The QUIPPED Project: Exploring Relevance and Rigor of Action Research Using Established Principles and Criteria
This paper is the last in a series of three manuscripts published in the TQR journal over the past few years. This work is part of a larger program of research that has been carried out by a team of researchers detailing various aspects of a three year action research project carried out from 2005 and 2008. This particular paper addresses issues of quality in action research by critiquing our research against five interdependent principles and criteria raised in the literature specifically by Davison, Martinson and Kock which was published in 2004. Our action research project aimed to facilitate interprofessional education for health care learners in the Faculty of Health Sciences at a Canadian University.
Interprofessional Education and Action Research
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Chapman, C., Paterson, M., & Medves, J. M. (2011). The QUIPPED Project: Exploring Relevance and Rigor of Action Research Using Established Principles and Criteria. The Qualitative Report, 16(1), 208-228. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2011.1047
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