Stone, Teresa, & Sue Turale (2015). Q methodology: An introduction. Pacific Rim International Journal of Nursing Research, 19(3), 183-186.

(No abstract provided. The following is the first paragraph): Q methodology is a research approach that is neither fully qualitative nor fully quantitative and is thus a bridge between the two approaches. It is little known nor understood in nursing and deserves to have a much higher profile. It has been used extensively by psychologists and social scientists, and lends itself to many uses in nursing research. In this editorial we will give you a brief overview of its use and application.

Sue Turale <> is in the Department of Global Health & Nursing, Division of Nursing Science, College of Health Sciences, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.

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