Best evidence synthesis is a synthesis that, like a realist synthesis, draws on a wide range of evidence (including single case studies) and explores the impact of context.
It also builds in an iterative, participatory approach to building and using a knowledge base.
- Guidelines for generating a best evidence synthesis (PDF)
Document produced by the New Zealand Ministry of Education.
- Education Counts
New Zealand Government website for the Best Evidence Synthesis Programme.
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'Best evidence synthesis' is referenced in:
- Communication for Development (C4D) :
- Rainbow Framework :