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Application of the Social Network Analysis to Better Comprehend Relationships in Qualitative Health Data.

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Summary of "Application of the Social Network Analysis to Better Comprehend Relationships in Qualitative Health Data."

To explore social network analysis (SNA) as an additional approach to elucidate quantifiable insight from qualitative health-related textual data.

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Name: Studies in health technology and informatics
ISSN: 0926-9630
Pages: 86-91

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