In your HLT505 Assessment 1, you are looking for research articles, so, in whatever database you are using, look for any way to restrict your results to Research Article. For example, on the Advanced Search screen of CINAHL Plus with Full Text, there is a tick-box limiter for Research Article.
You need to find four articles, two representing quantitative research and two representing qualitative research. For the full instructions for this assessment task, please refer to your Subject outline
When searching for your two qualitative articles, include lived experience OR qualitative as a line in your search, along with terms that indicate the group, setting, or health condition you are interested in.
Remember that qualitative research is identifiable by the type of data collected (non-numerical), not the topic of the data.
Remember also that you need to find two qualitative articles that use different methods of qualitative data collection and/or analysis (eg. interview, focus group, case study, ethnography, phenomenology, photo-elicitation, observation). You can use these as search terms, or, sometimes, as limiters.
Limiting or Refining by Date
Don't forget that you need to find articles published in the last 10 years. Primo Search and databases give you the option to limit (at the time a search is run) or refine (after the search has been run) your results by date.
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