The article provides information on various applications of speech recognition technology in healthcare and the benefits it brings.

The development of speech recognition technology allows dictation and transcription programs to be used in various areas of human activity where it is imperative to reduce the time for documenting personnel activities.


The article contains information on different aspects of voice recording devices, how to record high-quality sound, the differences between recording a voice and taking notes, tips on what you should consider before buying a voice recorder, where you can use a voice recorder, and the best voice recording devices.



2.Where is a voice recorder used?

3.How to record a high-quality sound?

4.What should you consider before buying a voice recorder?



The article contains information about the definition of a survey, its different methods and types, survey design, benefits and drawbacks offered by surveys, and survey software. 

Survey Methods Survey Types Survey Design Survey Advantages and Disadvantages Survey Software



As an approach to qualitative research, the aim of IPA is to provide information about how individuals make sense of a certain phenomenon. In most cases, this phenomenon is a significant, life-changing event that the individual has a personal connection with. Although this approach can be used in many academic disciplines, it is mainly utilized in psychology.

First, let’s look at the definition of the word “phenomenology” as described by Mariam-Webster dictionary:


As one of the most interactive forms of research, ethnographic research was mainly used in anthropology before other social sciences also started to utilize it. It is a qualitative research method that involves researchers studying the research participants in their real-life environment. The primary data collection methods used for this purpose are observation and interview.


A case study is a research approach that involves investigating a phenomenon within its context. The researcher conducting a case study explores an event, individual, group, place, etc., to determine the reasons behind the issue. It is an in-depth data gathering process that evaluates all the details that can significantly impact the issue.  Although it is primarily qualitative in nature, quantitative methods are also used depending on the subject. Robert K. Yin defines case study research as follows:


Used in a wide range of humanities and social science disciplines such as education, anthropology, psychology, public relations, linguistics, sociology, discourse analysis is an approach to analysis of written, verbal and non-verbal language in its social context. It examines vocabulary, grammar, text type, structure, etc.

The term was first coined by linguist Zellig Harris who defined discourse analysis as:


Researchers generally use two forms of research which include primary research and secondary research. In primary research, the researcher gets first-hand data on the issue with the help of interviews, observations, surveys, and other data collection methods, while secondary research involves using already existing data to form a theory and draw a conclusion. While using either of them depends on the research objectives and resources, researchers usually use both of them to have a broader view of the issue.