Minimum Map of Social Institutional Network: a multidimensional strategy for research in Nursing
AbstractObjective To analyze the use of methodological strategies in qualitative research - Minimum Maps of Social Institutional Network, as proposed to understand the phenomena in the multidimensional perspective. Method Methodological theoretical essay in which we aimed to reflect on the use of innovative methodological strategies in nursing research, supported in Complex Paradigm fundamentals. Results The minimum map of Social Institutional External Network aims to identify institutional linkages and gaps for the intervention work of the surveyed institutions. The use of these maps provided important advances in know-how qualitative research in Health and Nursing. Conclusions In this perspective, the use of minimum Social Intitutional Network maps can be stimulated and enhanced to meet the current demands of the contemporary world, particularly for its flexibility in adapting to various research subjects; breadth and depth of discussion; and possibilities with health services.
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Carlos, D., Pádua, E., Nakano, A., & Ferriani, M. (2016). Minimum Map of Social Institutional Network: a multidimensional strategy for research in Nursing . Revista Da Escola De Enfermagem Da USP, 50(spe), 101-106. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0080-623420160000300015
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