Megan R Goldsmith

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BACKGROUND Systematic reviews have, in the past, focused on quantitative studies and clinical effectiveness, while excluding qualitative evidence. Qualitative research can inform evidence-based practice independently of other research methodologies but methods for the synthesis of such data are currently evolving. Synthesising quantitative and qualitative(More)
OBJECTIVES To explore women's attitudes towards the information about human papilloma virus (HPV) provided during cervical screening and to describe women's HPV information needs. SETTING Women with a range of screening results (normal, inadequate, borderline and abnormal) were identified by three screening centres in England. Two consecutive samples of(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore English women's experiences of cervical screening result communication. DESIGN Qualitative study consisting of seven focus groups conducted between May 2005 and April 2006. PARTICIPANTS 33 women with a range of screening results (normal, inadequate, borderline and abnormal) who had recently been for cervical screening, and five(More)
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