CINAHLplus Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature.
Studies have shown that CINAHL is generally the best database to use to find qualitative research articles related to a nursing topic, mainly due to its more in depth thesaurus terms. (Flemming, 2007; Wilcznski, 2007)
Qualitative Studies became a thesaurus term in CINAHL in 1988 (whereas Qualitative Research became a MeSH heading in PubMed in 2003).
((MH “study design+” not MM “study design+”) or MH “attitude” or (MH “interviews+” not MM “interviews+”))
((MH “grounded theory” not MM “grounded theory”) or (TI thematic analysis or AB thematic analysis or MW thematic analysis))
((TI interview or AB interview) or (MH “audiorecording” not MM “audiorecording”) or (TI qualitative stud* or AB qualitative stud*))
More about CINAHL Clinical Queries here.
CINAHL has the following Subject Headings that may be of use: Multimethod Studies or Triangulation
You can also search your topic with the following suggested text words: