The development of quality criteria for research: a Finnish approach.

@article{Lahtinen2005TheDO,
  title={The development of quality criteria for research: a Finnish approach.},
  author={Eero Lahtinen and Pirjo Koskinen-Ollonqvist and P{\"a}ivi Rouvinen-Wilenius and P{\"a}ivi Tuominen and Maurice B. Mittelmark},
  journal={Health promotion international},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          306-15
        }
}
Health promotion research is distinct in some respects from research within its contributing disciplines. A study was conducted in Finland to identify the special characteristics and distinctiveness of health promotion research, to develop a set of specific quality evaluation criteria for health promotion research, and to test the usefulness of such criteria in selecting research applications for funding. A wide range of discussions supplemented a systematic literature review with experts… CONTINUE READING

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