Evidence-Based Practice Network


Thematic Analysis Program

Thematic Analysis Program for qualitative researchTap into thematic analysis for qualitative research

The Joanna Briggs Institute Thematic Analysis Program (TAP) is a simple online tool designed to assist researchers in analyzing small qualitative datasets following a three-step process of entering data, categorizing data, and building themes.

TAP’s 3-step process involves the extraction of qualitative data (such as statements or text), categorizing these extractions on the basis of similarity in meaning, and organizing these categories thematically to form representations of the data.

There are a number of sophisticated electronic packages designed to assist researchers to conduct thematic analysis on large qualitative data sets. TAP is designed for use in small-scale studies and is now available exclusively via JBI Resources at the Lippincott's Evidence-Based Practice Network.


Please note: Purchase of this product will take you to JBI's website where you may be required to fill out a registration page to access your subscription/tool.

Please note: 
If you desire to purchase TAP after already purchasing SUMARI, you will need to create a separate username and password on NursingCenter. After creating a separate username and password on NursingCenter, you will be able to purchase TAP and register again on JBI’s website by clicking “Access TAP.”

If you have any concerns or problems accessing JBI TAP, please email publisher@nursingcenter.com.
 


Purchase an annual subscription for $30.00


You must be logged in to purchase or access a JBI subscription. Register now for free membership.

If you're not already logged in, enter your information below.

User name:


Password


Forgot your user name or password?

You have an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.
jQuery UI Accordion - Default functionality

For life-long learning and continuing professional development, come to Lippincott's NursingCenter.

Nursing Jobs Plus
Featured Jobs
Recommended CE Articles Recommended Nursing Articles

Dogs as Pets, Visitors, Therapists and Assistants
Home Healthcare Nurse, November/December 2014
Free access will expire on January 5, 2015.


Tracheostomy Care
Nursing2014 Critical Care, November 2014
Free access will expire on December 22, 2014.


Effective management of ARDS
The Nurse Practitioner, 13December 2014
Free access will expire on December 22, 2014.


More Recommended Articles

Subscribe to Recommended Articles

Evidence Based Practice Skin Care Network NursingCenter Quick Links What’s Trending Events