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Even though this study seeks to benefit both MH professionals and patients in reality it might raises their concerns MH professionals might misinterpret the study and see it as an evaluating project that will look into their competency as health professionals The purpose of the study needs to be clearly explained to them so they can be assured that the study does not seek to evaluate their practice In fact it seeks to fill the scholarly gap and develop a model that they can refer to to help them provide culturally competent MH care to Middle Eastern women I am also aware that a significant amount of trust needs to develop between me and them in order for their responses to be open and honest McCosker et al 2001 The research design of ethnography often facilitates this because as time passes in the field the researcher develops a rapport with the participants and becomes more one of them than an outsider OReillly 2004 Using a combination of research methods such as those used in ethnography adds depth to the data and increases the validity of the results Green Thorogood 2009 For this reason in addition to using the method of observation patients will be asked to describe the care provided to them in the ward However I am aware that this might bring up negative feelings for the patients if their experience of the care was not a positive one that is why I will clearly explain to the patients that they have the right to refuse to answer any question that is asked of them and even end the interview and that will not affect the care provided to them in the ward negatively in any way A significant topic that will be addressed in this study is culture Culture can be a sensitive topic for the participants particularly if
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