1. What sort of data would a quantitative study usually collect?
2. What sort of data would a qualitative study usually collect?
Answer: Words, Text
3. How could you use quantitative methods in a setting you are interested in?
You might have said: Compare two treatments and see which is the most effective. Follow up a group of people over time and find out what causes a particular condition. Measure peoples' opinions using a survey/questionnaire.
4. How could you use qualitative methods in a setting you are interested in?
You might have said: Interview patients/service users to understand their experience of care. Observe a particular care setting in order to understand how people relate to each other.