dr. Hennie Boeije
H.R.Boeije@uu.nl
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Hennie Boeije's expertise lies in qualitative research methods. Qualitative research enables us to understand people's views and behaviour and it is valuable for bridging scientific research and professional practice. She teaches social research methods and (computer-assisted) qualitative data-analysis in particular. She has written several textbooks in Dutch and English. Her research focuses on systematic reviews of qualitative research (qualitative evidence synthesis) and on mixed methods research that combines qualitative and quantitative research. The application of this research in professional practice has her interest.

Key publications:

  • Boeije, H.R. (2010). Analysis in qualitative research. Sage: London.
  • Boeije, H.R., Slagt, M. & Van Wesel, F. (in press) The contribution of mixed methods research to the field of childhood trauma: a narrative review focused on data integration. Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
  • Wesel, F., Boeije, H.R., Alisic, E. & Drost S. (2011). I'll be working my way back: A qualitative synthesis on the trauma experience of children. Psychological trauma: theory, research, practice, and policy. Online First. doi: 0.1037/a0025766.
  • Boeije, H., Wesel, F. van & Alisic, E. (2011). Making a difference: towards a method for weighing the evidence in a qualitative synthesis. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 17: 657-663.
Strategic themes / Focus areas
Scientific expertise
qualitative software
qualitative evidence synthesis
mixed methods research
mixed studies reviews

Boeije (2010) Analysis in Qualitative Research

Tijmstra and Boeije (2011) Wetenschapsfilosofie voor de sociale wetenschappen

Analysis in qualitative research (Dutch book, 2014)
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These are most of the publications of Hennie Boeije. If you have no access to her publications, please e-mail her and she will be happy to send you a copy.

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  2017 - Scholarly publications
van Grootel, L.E., van Wesel, F., O'Mara-Eves, Alison, Thomas, James, Hox, J.J.C.M. & Boeije, H.R. (21.04.2017). Using the realist perspective to link theory from qualitative evidence synthesis to quantitative studies: Broadening the matrix approach. Research Synthesis Methods
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Sleijpen, Marieke, Boeije, Hennie R, Kleber, Rolf J & Mooren, Trudy (2016). Between power and powerlessness - a meta-ethnography of sources of resilience in young refugees. Ethnicity and Health, 21 (2), (pp. 158-80) (23 p.).
Kruijsen-Terpstra, Anne J A, Verschuren, Olaf, Ketelaar, Marjolijn, Riedijk, Larisa, Gorter, Jan Willem, Jongmans, Marian J., Boeije, Hennie, Titulaer, A. F., Meinsma-van der Tuin, M., van de Laar-Bakker, Y. M., van Munster, J. C., Geerts, M. J P M, Voorman, J. M., van Vulpen, L., Luijten-Ansems, C. A., Gorter, H., Janssen-Potten, Y. J M, van den Heuvel, H. A J M & van der Hoek, F. D. (01.06.2016). Parents' experiences and needs regarding physical and occupational therapy for their young children with cerebral palsy. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 53-54, (pp. 314-322) (9 p.).
Sikkens, E.M., van San, M.R.P.J.R.S., Sieckelinck, S.M.A., Boeije, H.R. & de Winter, M. (20.09.2016). Participant Recruitment through Social Media - Lessons Learned from a Qualitative Radicalization Study Using Facebook. Field Methods, (pp. 1-10) (10 p.).
  2015 - Scholarly publications
van Grootel, L.E., van Wesel, F., Boeije, H.R. & Janssen, J.J.H.M. (13.03.2015). Making it work: A qualitative evidence synthesis on students’ experiences with collaborative learning. Journal of the Learning Sciences
Saan, M.C., Boeije, H.R., Sattoe, J.N.T., Bal, M.I., Missler, M.A. & van Wesel, F. (2015). Recording and Accounting for Stakeholders Involvement in Systematic Reviews. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 32 (2), (pp. 95-106).
van Wesel, F., Alisic, E. & Boeije, H.R. (2015). Towards a method for evidence synthesis using hypotheses as common language. Quality and Quantity, 49 (6), (pp. 2237-2249) (13 p.).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, Hennie (2014). Analyseren in kwalitatief onderzoek. (225 p.). Den Haag: Boom Lemma.
Peek, Sebastiaan T M, Wouters, Eveline J M, van Hoof, Joost, Luijkx, Katrien G., Boeije, Hennie R. & Vrijhoef, Hubertus J M (01.04.2014). Factors influencing acceptance of technology for aging in place - A systematic review. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 83 (4), (pp. 235-248) (14 p.).
Boeije, H., van Wesel, F. & Slagt, M. (01.03.2014). Guidance for deciding upon use of primary mixed methods studies in research synthesis - Lessons learned in childhood trauma. Quality and Quantity, 48 (2), (pp. 1075-1088) (14 p.).
Kruijsen-Terpstra, A. J A, Ketelaar, M., Boeije, H., Jongmans, M. J., Gorter, J. W., Verheijden, J., Lindeman, E. & Verschuren, O. (01.01.2014). Parents' experiences with physical and occupational therapy for their young child with cerebral palsy - A mixed studies review. Child Care Health and Development, 40 (6), (pp. 787-796) (10 p.).
Ouwehand, Eva, Wong, Kwok, Boeije, Hennie & Braam, Arjan (01.01.2014). Revelation, delusion or disillusion - subjective interpretation of religious and spiritual experiences in bipolar disorder. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 17 (6), (pp. 615-628) (14 p.).
van Wesel, F., Alisic, E. & Boeije, H.R. (2014). Using qualitative evidence to optimize child PTSD treatment guidelines. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 6 (5), (pp. 546-554).
  2014 - Other output
H.R. Boeije (15.04.2014). Building knowledge and development of theory with qualitative research. Fifth Quality of care seminar.
H.R. Boeije (05.06.2014). Mixed methods for health research. A good idea?. Annual meeting EMGO+ Institute.
H.R. Boeije (12.12.2014). Najaarsconferentie Kwalon - Netwerk kwalitatief onderzoekers.
H.R. Boeije (04.02.2014). Symposium Kwalitatief Sterk - Netwerk Belgie.
H.R. Boeije (26.05.2014). Two-day course systematic reviews: different approaches.
H.R. Boeije (26.05.2014). Two-day course systematic reviews: different approaches.
H.R. Boeije (23.07.2014). VI European Congress of Methodology.
H.R. Boeije (23.07.2014). VI European Congress of Methodology.
H.R. Boeije (16.12.2014). Werkconferentie Kwalitatief evalueren in het sociale domein.
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Sleijpen, M., ter Heide, Foske, Mooren, Trudy, Boeije, H.R. & Kleber, R.J. (2013). Bouncing forward of young refugees - a perspective on resilience research directions. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 4 (1) (9 p.).
Swennen, M.H.J., van der Heijden, G.J.M.G., Boeije, H.R., Rheenen, N., Verheul, F.J., van der Graaf, Y. & Kalkman, C.J. (2013). Doctors' perceptions and use of evidence-based medicine: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies. Academic Medicine, 88 (9), (pp. 1384-1396) (13 p.).
Willis, G & Boeije, H.R. (2013). Reflections on the Cognitive Interviewing Reporting Framework: Efficacy, expectations, and promise for the future. Methodology, 9 (3), (pp. 123-128) (6 p.).
Boeije, H.R., Slagt, M.I. & Van Wesel, F. (2013). The contribution of mixed methods research to the field of childhood trauma: A narrative review focused on data integration. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 7 (4), (pp. 347-369) (23 p.).
Willis, G & Boeije, H.R. (2013). The survey field needs a framework for the systematic reporting of questionnaire development and pretesting. Methodology, 9 (3), (pp. 85-86) (2 p.).
van Wesel, F., Boeije, H.R. & Hoijtink, H. (2013). Use of hypotheses for analysis of variance models: challenging the current practice. Quality and Quantity, 47 (1), (pp. 137-150) (14 p.).
  2013 - Professional publications
Boeije, H.R. & Tijmstra, J. (2013). Kiezen en verantwoorden: een reactie op Van Hulst en Van Zuydam. KWALON, 18 (1), (pp. 12-14) (3 p.).
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Lugtig, P.J., Boeije, H.R. & Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. (2012). Change? What change? An exploration of the use of mixed-methods research to understand longitudinal measurement variance. Methodology, 8 (3), (pp. 115-123) (8 p.).
van Wesel, F., Boeije, H.R., Alisic, E. & Drost, S (2012). I'll Be Working My Way Back: A Qualitative Synthesis on the Trauma Experience of Children. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 4 (5), (pp. 516-526) (10 p.).
Butalid, L., Verhaak, P.F.M., Boeije, H.R. & Bensing, J.M. (2012). Patients’ views on changes in doctor-patient communication between 1982 and 2001: a mixed-methods study. BMC Family Practice, 13 (80).
Alisic, E., Boeije, H.R., Jongmans, M.J. & Kleber, R.J. (2012). Supporting children after single-incident trauma: Parents' views. Clinical Pediatrics, 51, (pp. 247-282) (36 p.).
  2012 - Popularising publications
Boeije, H.R. & Evers, J. (2012). Redactioneel: Onderwijs in kwalitatief. KWALON, 17 (3), (pp. 3-5) (3 p.).
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Alisic, E., Boeije, H.R., Jongmans, M.J. & Kleber, R.J. (2011). Children’s perspectives on dealing with traumatic events. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 16 (6), (pp. 477-496) (20 p.).
Boeije, H.R., Van Wesel, F. & Alisic, E. (2011). Making a difference: towards a method for weighing the evidence in a qualitative synthesis. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 17, (pp. 657-663) (7 p.).
  2011 - Professional publications
Tijmstra, J. & Boeije, H.R. (2011). Wetenschapsfilosofie in de context van de sociale wetenschappen. Utrecht: Boom Lemma.
  2010 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, H.R. (2010). Analysis in qualitative research. London: SAGE.
Landsheer, J.A. & Boeije, H.R. (2010). In search of content validity: facet analysis as a qualitative method to improve questionnaire design - An application in health research. Quality and Quantity, 44 (1), (pp. 59-69 ) (11 p.).
Schok, M.L., Kleber, R.J. & Boeije, H.R. (2010). Men with a mission: veterans' meanings of peacekeeping in Cambodia. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 15 (4), (pp. 279-303) (25 p.).
van den Berg, H.H, Boeije, H.R., Scagliola, S., Wester, F. & Woelders, S. (2010). Over het ontsluiten en gebruiken van kwalitatieve onderzoeksdata. In H. van den Berg, S. Scagliola & F. Wester (Eds.), Wat veteranen vertellen. Verschillende perspectieven op verhalen over ervaringen tijdens militaire operaties. (pp. 297-312) (16 p.). Amsterdam: University press.
Boeije, H.R. & Drost, S (2010). Schieten op de maan: veteranen over schokkende gebeurtenissen tijdens uitzending. In H. van den Berg, S. Scagliola & F. Wester (Eds.), Wat veteranen vertellen. Verschillende perspectieven op verhalen over ervaringen tijdens militaire operaties. (pp. 203-232) (30 p.). Amsterdam: University press.
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, Hennie (2009). Hoofdstuk 8 Kwalitatief onderzoek. Onderzoeksmethoden (pp. 246-281) (35 p.). Boom Lemma.
Boeije, H.R. & van Houten, M.M. (2009). Learning computer-assisted qualitative data-analysis: analysing students' experiences. Proceedings for the 2nd International Workshop on computer-aided qualitative research 2009 (pp. 119-129) (11 p.). Amsterdam: Merlien Institute.
Boeije, H.R., 't Hart, H. & Hox, J.J. (2009). Onderzoeksmethoden. Amsterdam: Boom.
Zijlstra, H., Boeije, H.R., Larsen, J.K., van Ramshorst, B. & Geenen, R. (2009). Patients' explanations for unsuccesful weight loss after laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB). Patient Education and Counseling, 75, (pp. 108-113) (6 p.).
Kool, M.B., van Middendorp, H., Boeije, H.R. & Geenen, R. (2009). Understanding the lack of understanding. Invalidation from the perspective of the patient with fibromyalgia. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 61, (pp. 1650-1656) (7 p.).
  2008 - Scholarly publications
Wiesmann, S.M., Boeije, H.R., van Doorne-Huiskes, A. & den Dulk, L. (2008). Not worth mentioning: implicit and explicit nature of decision making about the division of (house) work. Community, Work and Family, 11 (4), (pp. 341-363) (23 p.).
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Feldmann, C.T., Bensing, J.M., de Ruijter, A. & Boeije, H.R. (2007). Afghan refugees and their general practitioners in the Netherlands: to trust or not to trust?. Sociology of Health and Illness, 29 (4), (pp. 515-535) (21 p.).
Boeije, H.R. & Wiesmann, S.M. (2007). Constante vergelijking: een systematische benadering voor de kwalitatieve analyse van complexe gegevens. In A. E. Bronner, P. Dekker & E. de Leeuw (Eds.), Ontwikkelingen in het marktonderzoek. Jaarboek 2007 (pp. 205-223) (334 p.). Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & Boeije, H.R. (2007). Evaluating compliance with a computer assisted randomised response technique: a qualitative study into the origins of lying and cheating. Computers in Human Behavior, 23 (1), (pp. 591-608) (16 p.).
Feldman, C.T., Bensing, J.M., de Ruijter, A. & Boeije, H.R. (2007). Somali refugees' experiences with their general practitioners: Frames of reference and critical episodes. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 2 (3/4), (pp. 28-41) (14 p.).
  2007 - Other output
H.R. Boeije (20.07.2007). Qualitative facet analysis to improve data collection in mixed methods: the case of obesity research. Paper presented at Mixed methods conference and workshops.
  2006 - Scholarly publications
De Goede, M.P.M., Boeije, H.R. & Hox, J.J. (2006). Het experiment. In H. 't Hart, H. Boeije & J. Hox (Eds.), Onderzoeksmethoden (pp. 177-217) (41 p.). Amsterdam: Boom.
De Goede, M.P.M., Boeije, H.R. & 't Hart, H. (2006). Het onderzoeksplan. In H. 't Hart, H. Boeije & J. Hox (Eds.), Onderzoeksmethoden (pp. 93-120) (28 p.). Amsterdam: Boom.
't Hart, H., Boeije, H.R. & Hox, J.J. (2006). Introductie: Wetenschap als communicatieproces. In H. 't Hart, H. Boeije & J. Hox (Eds.), Onderzoeksmethoden (pp. 17-60) (44 p.). Amsterdam: Boom.
't Hart, H., Boeije, H.R. & Hox, J.J. (2006). Onderzoeksmethoden. Amsterdam: Boom.
  2005 - Scholarly publications
Drogendijk, A.N., van der Velden, P.., Boeije, H.R., Gersons, B.P.R. & Kleber, R.J. (2005). "De ramp heeft ons leven verwoest" : de psychosociale weerslag van de vuurwerkramp Enschede op Turkse getroffenen. Medische Antropologie, 17 (2), (pp. 217-232) (16 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2005). ... KWALON, 9, (pp. 50-55) (6 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2005). Analyseren in kwalitatief onderzoek: denken en doen. Amsterdam: Boom.
Hox, J.J. & Boeije, H.R. (2005). Data collection, primary versus secondary. In K. Kempf-Leonard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Measurement (pp. 593-599) (7 p.). San Diego: CA: Academic Press.
Boeije, H.R. (2005). Interviewen in de aanwezigheid van een derde persoon: een methodologische gevalsstudie. In F. Wester, H.R. Boeije & T. Hak (Eds.), Methodische keuzen in kwalitatief onderzoek. Kwalon-jaarboek (pp. 35-49) (15 p.). Utrecht: Lemma.
't Hart, H., Boeije, H.R. & Hox, J.J. (2005). Introductie: Wetenschap als communicatieproces. In H. 't Hart, H.R. Boeije & J. Hox (Eds.), Onderzoeksmethoden (pp. 17-60) (44 p.). Amsterdam: Boom.
't Hart, H., Boeije, H.R. & Hox, J.J. (2005). Onderzoeksmethoden. Amsterdam: Boom.
Jörg, F., Boeije, H.R. & Schrijvers, A.J.P. (2005). Professionals assessing clients' needs and eligibility for electric scooters in the Netherlands: both gatekeepers and clients' advocates. British Journal of Social Work, 35, (pp. 823-842) (20 p.).
  2004 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, H.R. & Janssens, A.C.J.W. (2004). 'It might happen or it might not': How patients with multiple sclerosis explain their perception of prognostic risk. Social Science and Medicine, 59, (pp. 861-868) (8 p.).
  2004 - Other output
H.R. Boeije (02.12.2004). Analyseren: kun je dat uit boeken leren?. Utrecht, Lezing op de studiemiddag Analyseren georganiseerd door het Platform Kwalon - Kwalitatief onderzoek in Nederland.
H.R. Boeije (27.02.2004). And then there were three: zelf-presentatie stijlen en de aanwezigheid van de partner als derde persoon in het interview. Utrecht, Lezing op de studiemiddag Open interviewen georganiseerd door het Platform Kwalon - Kwalitatief onderzoek in Nederland -.
H.R. Boeije (02.10.2004). Deze dag is de eerste van de rest van mijn leven: toekomstverwachtingen van partners van mensen met MS. Baarn, Lezing op de 5e landelijke Biogen Idec MS Nurseday.
  2003 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, H.R., Duijnstee, M.S.H. & Grypdonck, M.H.F. (2003). Continuation of caregiving among partners who give total care to spouses with multiple scleroses. Health and Social Care in the Community, 11 (3), (pp. 242-252) (11 p.).
Boeije, H.R. & van Doorne-Huiskes, A. (2003). Fulfilling a sense of duty: how men and women giving care to spouses with multiple sclerosis interpret this role. Community, Work and Family, 6 (3), (pp. 223-244) (22 p.).
  2003 - Professional publications
Boeije, H.R. (2003). Recensie. KWALON, 8, (pp. 27-28) (2 p.).
  2002 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, H.R. (2002). A purposeful approach to the constant comparative method in the analysis of qualitative interviews. Quality and Quantity, 36, (pp. 391-409) (19 p.).
Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & Boeije, H.R. (2002). De implementatie van randomized response technieken in een CASI omgeving. (15 p.). Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.
Boeije, H.R., Duijnstee, M.S.H., Grypdonck, M.H.F. & Pool, A. (2002). Encountering the downward phase: biographical work in people with multiple sclerosis. Social Science and Medicine, 55, (pp. 881-893) (13 p.).
Boeije, H.R. & Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. (2002). Honest bij chance: A qualitative interview study to clarify respondents' (non-)compliance with computer assisted randomized response. BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 75, (pp. 24-39) (16 p.).
Jörg, F., Boeije, H.R., Huijsman, R., de Weert - van Oene, G.H. & Schrijvers, A.J.P. (2002). Objectivity in needs assessment practice: admission to a residential home. Health and Social Care in the Community, 10, (pp. 445-456) (12 p.).
  2002 - Other output
H.R. Boeije (16.01.2002). Doorgaan met zorgen: partners die volledig zorg geven aan hun echtgenoten met multiple sclerosis. Symposium: Verplegingswetenschap ten dienste van chronisch zieken.
  2001 - Scholarly publications
Uitdehaag, M. & Boeije, H.R. (2001). Stilstaan bij een hartstilstand. Hoe overlevenden na reanimatie omgaan met de angst voor herhaling. Cordiaal, 22, (pp. 68-71) (4 p.).
  2000 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, H.R. (2000). And then there were three. Effects of the presence of the spouse in the interview. Programme ESHMS & BSA 2000 (pp. 64-64) (1 p.).
Boeije, H.R. & Schreurs, K.M.G. (2000). Spousal caregiving in Multiple Sclerosis: A combination of two methods. Abstract book EHPS 2000 (pp. 26-26) (1 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Towards a purposeful appraoch of the constant comparative method in the analysis of interviews with couples. Proceedings Social Science Methodology RC33 2000 (pp. 250-250) (1 p.).
  2000 - Professional publications
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Bespreking van Jaarboek Verpleegkunde: Vraaggerichte zorg. Verpleegkunde, 15, (pp. 121-121) (1 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Interviewen als participeren: een reactie op The en Hak. KWALON, 13, (pp. 10-13) (4 p.).
Boeije, H.R., Duijnstee, M.S.H., Grypdonck, M.H.F. & Pool, A. (2000). Leven met mutiple sclerose: Ervaringen van zorgafhankelijke mensen met ms en hun mantelzorgers. Maarssen: Elsevier.
Boeije, H.R. (2000). MS maakt ook partners onzeker. Mensen, 8 (4), (pp. 6-8) (3 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Onderzoek van zorg: benaderingen van kwalitatief verpleegkundig onderzoek. KWALON, 5, (pp. 40-42) (3 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Passende hulp niet altijd even makkelijk. Mensen, 8 (4), (pp. 12-14) (3 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Recensie van Habets, H.P.J.M. en C.C. Konings, Jaarboek Verpleegkunde 1999: Vraaggerichte zorg. Verpleegkunde, 15, (pp. 121-121) (1 p.).
Boeije, H.R. (2000). Recensie van Maso, I. en A. Smaling, Kwalitatief onderzoek in theorie en praktijk. KWALON, 5, (pp. 40-42) (3 p.).
  2000 - Other output
H.R. Boeije (13.09.2000). And then there were three. Effects of the presence of the spouse in the interview. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the European society for Health and Medical Sociology ant the BSA Medical Sociology Group 'Health in transition: European perspectives'.
H.R. Boeije (16.08.2000). Spousal caregeving in multiple sclerosis: a combination of two methods. Paper presented at the 14th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society 'Models of Health and Ilness Behaviour.
H.R. Boeije (03.10.2000). Towards a purposeful approach of the constant comparative method in the analysis of interviews with couples. Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Logic and Methology, RC33.
  1999 - Professional publications
Boeije, H.R., Bromberger, N., Duijnstee, I., Grypdonck, M.H.F. & Pool, A. (1999). In relatie tot MS. Zorgafhankelijke mensen met Multiple Sclerose en hun partners. (224 p.). Utrecht: NIZW.
  1998 - Scholarly publications
Duijnstee, I. & Boeije, H.R. (1998). Home care by and for relatives of MS patients. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 30, (pp. 2-6) (5 p.).
  1997 - Scholarly publications
Boeije, H.R., Nievaard, A.C. & Casparie, A.F. (1997). Coping strategies of enrolled nurses in nursing homes: shifting between organizational imperatives and residents' needs. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 34 (6).
Boeije, H.R., Dungen, A.W.L., Grypdonck, M.H.F. & van Lieshout, P.A.H. (1997). Een verzorgde toekomst; Toekomstscenario's voor verpleging en verzorging. Lochem: De Tijdstroom.
Boeije, H.R., Dungen, A.W.L., Pool, A., Grypdonck, M.H.F. & van Lieshout, P.A.H. (1997). Future scenarios for nursing in the Netherlands (abstract). 2nd European Nursing Congress'Empowerment of the chronically ill. A challenge for nursing'
Boeije, H.R., van den Dungen, G., Pool, A., Grypdonck, M.H.F. & van Lieshout, P.A.H. (1997). Toekomstscenario's verpleging en verzorging. (258 p.). Utrecht: De Tijdstroom.
  1997 - Professional publications
Boeije, H.R., Dungen, A.W.L. & Pool, A. (1997). Keuze uit vier scenario's; gericht nadenken over een verzorgde toekomst. Tijdschrift voor verzorgenden, 29 (5), (pp. 17-23) (7 p.).
Dungen, A.W.L., Boeije, H.R. & Pool, A. (1997). Vier scenario's voor de toekomst van de verpleging. TVZ : Tijdschrift voor Verpleegkundigen, 9, (pp. 244-248) (5 p.).
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Systematic synthesis of qualitative research and mixed methods

The research program on synthesis methods aims to contribute to the further development, refinement, and evaluation of methods to synthesize qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods studies, since 2009. In our research program we collaborate with many researchers nationally and internationally. Below we will map out our research interests and the people we share our interests with.

 

Synthesis of qualitative research

What is it?

Qualitative research enables us to examine topics from the view of the people it concerns. Qualitative studies are sometimes referred to as ‘views’-studies and are characterized by flexible ways of data collection and analysis and they are often small-scaled. Qualitative synthesis is the summarization and interpretation of systematically retrieved qualitative studies in a specific area. The results of a synthesis usually cover larger and more diverse samples and more dimensions of the topic of interest than a single study can ever provide. Systematic research syntheses provide an evidence base for development and evaluation of interventions in professional practice and policy.

Current research

Currently we are involved in several qualitative synthesis projects. We conduct syntheses in, for example, trauma and education. We have examined different ways of weighing evidence in a qualitative synthesis and focus on improvement of the analytical methods and decisions on inclusion of studies in syntheses. We also examine mixed studies reviews that incorporate qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods studies.

Three Ph.D.-studies are being conducted into methods that can accommodate qualitative studies as well as quantitative studies. Based on a qualitative synthesis and a meta-analysis we will develop and evaluate three different methods to integrate the outcomes. Many of these methods are aimed at theory building in social sciences either in the form of a program theory underlying a specific intervention, e.g. collaborative learning, victim support, or in the form of a more fundamental theory about a specific social scientific phenomenon, e.g.  refugees’ resilience.

 
Cooperation

Floryt van Wesel (VU University Amsterdam), Karin Hannes (University Leuven, Belgium), Eva Alisic (Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia), Maureen Bult and Anne Kruijsen (Rehabilitation Centre, De Hoogstraat) & Niina Kolehmainen (University of Aberdeen, UK), Marieke Sleijpen (Utrecht University), Maartje Swennen (University Medical Center Utrecht), Sebastiaan Peek (University of Tilburg).

 

Mixed methods research

What is it?

Combinations of quantitative and qualitative research are referred to as mixed methods research. Four objectives of mixed methods research can be distinguished: 1) Complementary purposes (studies aiming at more complete results, but not necessarily examining the same topic with both methods), 2) Triangulation (studies aiming at providing different perspectives on the same topic), 3) Evaluation purposes and 4) Measuring instrument development. The surplus value or yield of mixed methods research results from an actual integration of both strands of research.

 
Current research

We examine the yield of mixed methods studies and formulate methodological recommendations for improving mixed methods studies and their use in mixed studies reviews. Our research focuses on the development and use of mixed methods, for instance in experimental settings, e.g. a practice nurse intervention for frail elderly, rewarding commuters to avoid the rush hour.

A specific application of qualitative research within the survey setting is cognitive interviewing. A cognitive interview is a qualitative interview to pretest a questionnaire for its use in the field. Currently we have developed an instrument for a more standardized reporting of cognitive interviewing studies.

Cooperation:

Eran Ben-Elia (University of the West of England) & Dick Ettema (Social Geography, Utrecht University), Astrid Onderwater, Nienke Bleijenberg & Marieke Schuurmans (University Medical Center Utrecht), Gordon Willis (NCI/NIH, Baltimore, USA).

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Hennie Boeije is involved in different Bachelor courses, e.g. Qualitative data-analysis and Doing a qualitative research project. A yearly course (KAAT) is offered for Ph.D.-candidates and researchers in the Graduate School Utrecht University. At the School of Governance (USBO) she teaches a research master course in qualitative data-analysis. At the University of Amsterdam, qualitative master thesis projects are supervised by her. Outside Utrecht University she teaches an introductory course in qualitative research at the Netherlands School of Public Health (NSPOH). Other courses on qualitative research are offered, for instance, at research institutes and in-company. A course on synthesis methods is offered by Evers Research & Training.

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Additional functions and activities
  • Lecturer at the Netherlands School of Public and Occupational Health
  • Member of the board Kwalon: Qualitative research network in the Netherlands
  • Editor Kwalon: Journal for qualitative research
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