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CQRCentre for Qualitative Research (education)
CQRConsensual Qualitative Research
CQRCall Speech Quality Record
CQRCharacteristic Quality Rating
CQRControlled Quick Release
CQRClinical Quality Reporting (healthcare software)
CQRCount Question Resolution (census)
CQRCoastal Quick Release (anchor)
CQRCongressional Quarterly Researcher
CQRCharge of Quarters Runner
CQRClient Qualification Register
CQRCostal Quick Release (nautics)
CQRContact Quality Rating
CQRConfiguration Quality Review
CQRConfidential Qualification Report (application for franchise)
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Based in Buenos Aires, CQR Sistemas is the developer of one of the most popular property management systems in Uruguay and Argentina and recommended by leading hotel chains in the region.
This number is slightly larger than that recommended within CQR methodology (i.e., samples of eight to 15 participants); however, Hill and colleagues (2005) suggest larger samples for more heterogeneous populations.
Using CQR approach, the investigators developed and coded domains through inductive analysis, constructed core ideas from emergent data, and developed categories describing consistencies across cases (Hill et al., 1997).
Utilizing the Consensual Qualitative Research (CQR) method, this study explored 13 urban youth ministry workers' experiences of crisis, faith, and religious coping regarding participants' postures in relation to God.
In accordance with CQR, the coding process consisted of three stages.
Seven articles in the top-ten list were about artemisinins resistance in Plasmodium falciparum, one was about CQR, one was about sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine resistance, and the remaining one was about general multidrug resistance.
In-depth structured, qualitative interviews were conducted to capture participants' experiences of working with the disaster-affected community and were analyzed with consensual qualitative research (CQR) methodology (Hill et ah, 2005).
The presence of chloroquine-resistant (CQR) parasites in Haiti could have a notable effect on the populace, as well as complicate ongoing efforts of disease control and the ultimate goal of disease eradication.
The Consensual Qualitative Research (CQR) (17) method was used, incorporating a careful reading process among researchers and an auditor or referee, which settles congruence inconsistencies of the texts with each of the categories proposed and defined in the study.
Specifically, Consensual Qualitative Research (CQR) developed by Hill (1997) was used in this study with recent modifications suggested by Hill, Knox, Thompson, Williams and Hess (2005) for qualitative analysis in this study.