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Authors

  1. Orr, Elizabeth R. MSc
  2. Ballantyne, Marilyn PhD
  3. Gonzalez, Andrea PhD
  4. Jack, Susan M. PhD

Abstract

Generating rich data from interviews for a qualitative study can be difficult to operationalize; especially when difficulties establishing rapport, power imbalances, and participant factors threaten the interview process and quality of data. The aim of this methods article is to (a) discuss the value of incorporating visual elicitation tools or tasks within semistructured or in-depth qualitative interviews to enhance the depth of data generated and (b) provide a specific example of how this is planned and executed within the context of an applied qualitative health research study.