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Can we apply CERQual to ‘higher order’ findings?

Alternative title Meta-ethnography as an example

Citation
Uny I & France E (2018) Can we apply CERQual to ‘higher order’ findings? (Presentation) [Meta-ethnography as an example]. GRADE-CERQual workshop: "Strengthening the use of qualitative evidence in decision making’", Brocher Foundation, Geneva, 07.11.2018-09.11.2018.

Abstract
I presented on behalf of myself and Emma France at the workshop, which aims were: 1.To explore and discuss how findings from reviews of qualitative research can be used to broaden and humanise decision making processes 2. To provide a platform for researchers and evidence users to share their experiences of producing and interpreting GRADE-CERQual assessments of confidence in findings from reviews of qualitative research, particularly in the context of clinical guideline development 3. To discuss the implications of these experiences for our understanding of the use of qualitative evidence in decision and policy making, for further developing the GRADE-CERQual approach and for improving guidance on applying the GRADE-CERQual approach

StatusUnpublished
Author(s)Uny, Isabelle; France, Emma
Publication date09/11/2018
ConferenceGRADE-CERQual workshop: "Strengthening the use of qualitative evidence in decision making’"
Conference locationBrocher Foundation, Geneva
Dates
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