A move to more systematic and transparent approaches in qualitative evidence synthesis

This article form Qualitative Research provides an analysis and review of papers systematic and transparent approaches to qualitative evidence synthesis form 2005 - 2008.

Contents

  • Background
  • Method
  • Search strategy and inclusion criteria
  • Screening
  • Data extraction
  • Findings
  • Characteristics of the papers
  • Methods for searching
  • Methods of appraisal
  • Methods of synthesis
  • Discussion
  • Notable changes compared to the original review
  • Strengths and limitations of this review
  • Conclusion

Source

Hannes, K., & Macaitis, K. (2012). A move to more systematic and transparent approaches in qualitative evidence synthesis: update on a review of published papers. Qualitative Research, 12(4), 402– 442. Retrieved from http://qrj.sagepub.com/content/12/4/402.full.pdf+html

Article originally sourced from Monitoring and Evaluation NEWS

 

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