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Page history last edited by Quan Nha HONG 7 years, 2 months ago

Welcome to the public wiki 'Toolkit for Mixed Studies Reviews'

 

Please invite others to use this workspace. Comments and suggestions can be added at the bottom of each page (free comment box).

 

The purpose of this WIKI is to suggest guidance for designing, conducting, and reporting Mixed Studies Reviews, and to collect comments and suggestions about it.

 

This WIKI is structured following the standard stages of systematic reviews.  For each stage, guidance is provided. 

 

Stage 1: 

Formulate a review question

Stage 2:

Define eligibility criteria

Stage 3:

Apply an extensive search strategy

Stage 4:

Identify potential relevant studies

Stage 5:

Select relevant studies

Stage 6: 

Appraise the quality of studies

Stage 7:

Synthesize included studies

 

 

ROADMAP OF SYNTHESIS DESIGNS

 

EXAMPLES OF REVIEW QUESTIONS

 

TIPS FOR SEARCHING STUDIES WITH DIVERSE DESIGNS

 

MIXED METHODS APPRAISAL TOOL

 

TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING MIXED STUDIES REVIEWS

 

 

Reference

Pluye & Hong (). ARPH manuscript.

 

 

Do not hesitate to post any comments on this WIKI in the box below. Thanks!

 

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