Precise Q1Q2 data_deidentified full dataset

2019-02-04T11:24:29Z (GMT) by Sebastian Fuller Agata Pacho
<div>Data supporting “It’s not a time spent issue, it’s a ‘what have you spent your time doing?’ issue…” A qualitative study of UK patient opinions and expectations for implementation of Point of Care Tests for sexually transmitted infections and antimicrobial resistance.”</div><div><br></div><div>Data were collected in two stages: June 2015 – February 2016 and February 2017-August 2017.</div><div><br></div><div>A total of six SHCs in the UK were selected for inclusion in the study based on geographic location, access to a wide range of patients, and willingness to participate. Interviews were audio recorded and transcribed verbatim. Transcripts were then checked for accuracy (cleaned) against the audio recording by the interviewers. A content analysis approach was used to capture and uncover substantive meanings within the dataset. Data were analysed using a thematic style approach. Transcripts were coded thematically in NVivo 11. Framework was used as a tool to organise themes, as this approach allows for reading themes across and within cases, giving opportunity for both in-depth case study analysis and explanatory analyses based on comparison of themes across the dataset. The full list of themes is included with the dataset.</div><div><br></div><div>Ethical approval was given in June 2015 by London Bridge Research Ethics Committee, reference 15/LO/0535: Developing patient-centred, rapid, Point-of-Care testing including antimicrobial resistance markers for specialist sexual health services in the NHS: the Precise study social science programme.</div><div><br></div><div>The journal article this dataset refers to can be found via the link referenced below.</div><div><br></div><div>Contact the SGUL RDM Service at researchdata@sgul.ac.uk to request access to the dataset.<br></div>