Tineke A. Abma
Tineke A. Abma
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Language differences in qualitative research: is meaning lost in translation?
F Van Nes, T Abma, H Jonsson, D Deeg
European journal of ageing 7 (4), 313-316, 2010
Management by measurement? Public management practices amidst ambiguity
M Noordegraaf, T Abma
Public Administration 81 (4), 853-871, 2003
Science of the particular: An advocacy of naturalistic case study in health research
TA Abma, RE Stake
Qualitative Health Research 24 (8), 1150-1161, 2014
Teaching ethics in the clinic. The theory and practice of moral case deliberation
AC Molewijk, T Abma, M Stolper, G Widdershoven
Journal of Medical Ethics 34 (2), 120-124, 2008
Patients as partners in responsive research: methodological notions for collaborations in mixed research teams
TA Abma, CJ Nierse, GAM Widdershoven
Qualitative health research 19 (3), 401-415, 2009
European League Against Rheumatism recommendations for the inclusion of patient representatives in scientific projects
MPT de Wit, SE Berlo, GJ Aanerud, D Aletaha, JW Bijlsma, L Croucher, ...
Annals of the rheumatic diseases 70 (5), 722-726, 2011
Patient participation as dialogue: setting research agendas
TA Abma, JEW Broerse
Health Expectations 13 (2), 160-173, 2010
Learning by telling: Storytelling workshops as an organizational learning intervention
TA Abma
Management Learning 34 (2), 221-240, 2003
Stake's responsive evaluation: Core ideas and evolution
TA Abma, RE Stake
New directions for evaluation 2001 (92), 7-22, 2001
The practice and politics of responsive evaluation
TA Abma
American journal of evaluation 27 (1), 31-43, 2006
Involving patient research partners has a significant impact on outcomes research: a responsive evaluation of the international OMERACT conferences
M de Wit, T Abma, M Koelewijn-van Loon, S Collins, J Kirwan
BMJ open 3 (5), e002241, 2013
Responsive evaluation: Its meaning and special contribution to health promotion
TA Abma
Evaluation and program planning 28 (3), 279-289, 2005
Improving adherence and effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy without support for depression: a qualitative study on patient experiences
SAH Gerhards, TA Abma, A Arntz, LE De Graaf, S Evers, MJH Huibers, ...
Journal of affective disorders 129 (1-3), 117-125, 2011
Empirical ethics as dialogical practice
G Widdershoven, T Abma, B Molewijk
Bioethics 23 (4), 236-248, 2009
Good care in ongoing dialogue. Improving the quality of care through moral deliberation and responsive evaluation
TA Abma, B Molewijk, GAM Widdershoven
Health care analysis 17 (3), 217-235, 2009
Identifying sources of strength: resilience from the perspective of older people receiving long-term community care
BM Janssen, T Van Regenmortel, TA Abma
European journal of ageing 8 (3), 145-156, 2011
Responsieve methodologie: Interactief onderzoek in de praktijk
TA Abma, GAM Widdershoven
Lemma, 2006
Participatory research for health and social well-being
T Abma, S Banks, T Cook, S Dias, W Madsen, J Springett, MT Wright
Springer International Publishing, 2019
Patient participation in health research: research with and for people with spinal cord injuries
TA Abma
Qualitative health research 15 (10), 1310-1328, 2005
Social impact of participatory health research: collaborative non-linear processes of knowledge mobilization
TA Abma, T Cook, M Rämgård, E Kleba, J Harris, N Wallerstein
Educational action research 25 (4), 489-505, 2017
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