Oliver, Sandy and Harden, Angela and Rees, Rebecca and Shepherd, Jonathan and Brunton, Ginny and Garcia, Jo and Oakley, Ann
An emerging framework for including different types of evidence in systematic reviews for public policy.
Evaluation, 11 (4).
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||a. Research synthesis methodology b. Methodological reflections on a series of rigorous substantive reviews addressed: the interrelationship between review questions, relevant theory and values within the review process; methodological similarities and differences with more conventional reviews of effectiveness; the added value in terms of conclusions and specific recommendations; and the relevance to public policy. c. Meets a pressing need for integrating different types of evidence to inform public policy and practice. Traces the development of an innovative method for synthesising the findings of diverse study designs. d. Influencing international methodology for systematic reviews: cited by the European Commission funded consensus-based review protocol for health promotion and public health (HP/PH) topics e. Methodological reflections based firmly on empirical reviews of studies that were systematically sought, appraised and their findings synthesised. f. Peer review coordinated by international journal g. First author, led the methods development and reflections
||Not age specific, Cross-national, Non specific setting, Systematic review
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