This is specifically the fundamentals of qualitative research design. The surveys are also other common method that will be applicable in data collection. This is because it contains a list of closed or multiple choice questions which are distributed to a sample of patients either directly or even via online. The Level IV evidence is chosen for it is actually an evidence from a single descriptive or qualitative study. This being a qualitative design, it qualifies this Level IV evidence to be one of the best evidence levels to address this identified problem (Bengtsson, 2016).
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