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Qualitative data analysis
  • K. Seers
  • Medicine
  • Evidence Based Nursing
  • 19 December 2011
There are some common threads that run across most of these common threads in the analysis of qualitative research, and this Research Made Simple piece will focus on some of them. Expand
Evaluating the successful implementation of evidence into practice using the PARiHS framework: theoretical and practical challenges
The paper concludes by suggesting that the future direction of the work on the PARiHS framework is to develop a two-stage diagnostic and evaluative approach, where the intervention is shaped and moulded by the information gathered about the specific situation and from participating stakeholders. Expand
Getting evidence into practice: the meaning of 'context'.
Characteristics of the concept of context in terms of organizational culture, leadership and measurement are outlined and it is found that context specifically means 'the setting in which practice takes place', but that the term itself does little to reflect the complexity of the idea. Expand
Ingredients for change: revisiting a conceptual framework
A concept analysis has shown that the relationship between the elements and sub-elements and their relative importance need to be better understood when implementing evidence based practice and it is planned to develop it into a practical tool to aid those involved in planning, implementing, and evaluating the impact of changes in health care. Expand
Getting evidence into practice: the role and function of facilitation.
It is proposed that facilitation can be represented as a set of continua, with the purpose of facilitation ranging from a discrete task-focused activity to a more holistic process of enabling individuals, teams and organizations to change. Expand
An exploration of the factors that influence the implementation of evidence into practice.
Key elements that require attention in implementing evidence into practice are presented and may provide a useful checklist for future implementation and evaluation projects. Expand
What counts as evidence in evidence-based practice?
The delivery of effective, evidence-based patient-centred care will only be realized when a broader definition of what counts as evidence is embraced, and the characteristics of a broader evidence base for practice are described. Expand
Meta-ethnography 25 years on: challenges and insights for synthesising a large number of qualitative studies
The method aimed to build on the methods of Noblit and Hare and explore the challenges of including a large number of qualitative studies into a qualitative systematic review of chronic musculoskeletal pain. Expand
The role of evidence, context, and facilitation in an implementation trial: implications for the development of the PARIHS framework
It is proposed that successful implementation of evidence into practice is a planned facilitated process involving an interplay between individuals, evidence, and context to promote evidence-informed practice. Expand
GRIPP2 reporting checklists: tools to improve reporting of patient and public involvement in research
Both versions of GRIPP2 represent the first international evidence based, consensus informed guidance for reporting patient and public involvement in research and aim to improve the quality, transparency, and consistency of the international PPI evidence base. Expand