Adapting the Pillar Integration Process for Theory Development:The Theoretical Model of Healthcare Factors Influencing Quality of Life in Cancer Survivorship

Drury, Amanda and Payne, Sheila and Anne-Marie, Brady (2022) Adapting the Pillar Integration Process for Theory Development:The Theoretical Model of Healthcare Factors Influencing Quality of Life in Cancer Survivorship. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. ISSN 1558-6898

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Abstract

Mixed methods research offers a unique opportunity to advance understanding of a phenomenon. However, practical guidance on the use of mixed methods to develop theoretical frameworks is limited. We present a novel adaptation of the Pillar Integration Process (PIP) to support development and refinement of a theoretical framework explaining the processes by which healthcare factors influence cancer survivors’ quality of life. Deductive integration of quantitative and qualitative data, guided by an a priori conceptual model, illuminates the nuances of the relationship between the concepts of interest, producing a theoretical framework, the Model of Healthcare factors influencing Quality of Life in Cancer Survivorship (MoHaQ-CS).

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Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title:
Journal of Mixed Methods Research
Uncontrolled Keywords:
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ID Code:
178435
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Deposited On:
01 Nov 2022 08:40
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Yes
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Published
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22 Nov 2022 12:01