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that the sample is different enough from your own population of interest that further appraisal of the study is not warranted. •Informed consent was obtained? - The authors should describe ethics procedures, including review by a research ethics board and describing how informed consent was obtained and recorded. Data Collection▐Descriptive Clarity•Clear and complete descriptions? - In qualitative research, the reader should have a sense of personally experiencing the event/phenomenon being studied. This requires a clear and vivid description of the important elements of the study that are connected with the data, namely the participants, and the site or setting. •The researcher includes relevant information about the participants, often in the form of background demographic data. The unique characteristics of key informants help to explain why they were selected. The credibility of the informants should be explored. Particular to qualitative research, the types and levels of participation of the participants should also be