Integrating Evidence From Systematic Reviews, Qualitative Research, and Expert Knowledge Using Co-Design Techniques to Develop a Web-Based Intervention for People in the Retirement Transition

@inproceedings{OBrien2016IntegratingEF,
  title={Integrating Evidence From Systematic Reviews, Qualitative Research, and Expert Knowledge Using Co-Design Techniques to Develop a Web-Based Intervention for People in the Retirement Transition},
  author={Nicola O'Brien and Ben Heaven and Gemma Teal and Elizabeth H Evans and Claire Cleland and Suzanne Moffatt and Falko F Sniehotta and Martin White and John C. Mathers and Paula Moynihan},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Integrating stakeholder involvement in complex health intervention design maximizes acceptability and potential effectiveness. However, there is little methodological guidance about how to integrate evidence systematically from various sources in this process. Scientific evidence derived from different approaches can be difficult to integrate and the problem is compounded when attempting to include diverse, subjective input from stakeholders. OBJECTIVE The intent of the study was… CONTINUE READING
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