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Developing a Guideline for Reporting and Evaluating Grounded Theory Research Studies (GUREGT)

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Berthelsen, Connie Bøttcher ; Grimshaw-Aagaard, Søsserr Lone Smilla ; Hansen, Carrinna. / Developing a Guideline for Reporting and Evaluating Grounded Theory Research Studies (GUREGT). In: International Journal of Health Sciences. 2018 ; Vol. 6, No. 1. pp. 64-76.

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