In qualitative research, building trustworthiness entails establishing the facts. Credibility, Transfer ability, Confirmability, and Dependability. Credibility refers to the qualitative researcher’s belief in the validity of the research study’s findings. The qualitative researcher demonstrates transfer-ability by demonstrating that the research study’s findings are open to different interpretations. In this case, “other contexts” can refer to similar situations, populations, and manifestations. Qualitative researchers can use detailed descriptions to demonstrate that the findings of the research study can help other people, circumstances, and situations. The degree of impartiality in the research study’s findings is referred to as confirmability. In other words, the observations are based on the responses of the participants rather than any potential bias or motivating factors of the researcher. Eventually, dependability refers to the degree to which the study could be repeated by other researchers, and the results would be consistent. In other words, if someone wanted to imitate one study, they must have enough data from the research report to use it and obtain comparable findings.