Search filters for qualitative studies lack the specificity of their quantitative counterparts. Risk of simplistically forcing data into a framework for expedience. BMJ 2004; 328: 1010-1012. In comparison with identification of quantitative studies (see also Chapter 4), procedures for retrieval of qualitative research remain relatively under-developed. One review found almost 100 appraisal tools for assessing primary qualitative studies (Munthe-Kaas et al 2019). However, within systematic reviews and evidence syntheses it is considered essential, even when studies are not to be excluded on the basis of quality (Carroll et al 2013). Quality & Quantity 2017; 51: 1449-1468. In: Facey K, editor. Observational study types that can be included in such reviews include interviews, surveys, questionnaires, focus … Random-effects meta-analyses are not always conservative. Taking account of context in systematic reviews and guidelines considering a complexity perspective. "Best fit" framework synthesis: refining the method. Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of lay health worker programmes to improve access to maternal and child health: qualitative evidence synthesis. A method for assessing the quality of a randomized control trial. Guidance on its components and reporting requirements have been published in a series in Implementation Science (Lewin et al 2018). Cooke A, Smith D, Booth A. Tong A, Flemming K, McInnes E, Oliver S, Craig J. Geneva: WHO; 2016. Qualitative Research Journal 2011; 11: 63-75. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2016; 16: 21. Research Synthesis Methods 2018; 9: 579-586. Findings may be presented as a narrative, or summarized and displayed as tables, infographics or logic models and potentially located in any part of the paper (Noyes et al 2019). Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2018; 97: 39-48. We use cookies to improve your experience on our site. patient preferences (Selva et al 2017)) particularly where the quantitative literature is overwhelmingly large and thus increases the number needed to retrieve. Adapted from Noyes et al (2019) and Alvesson and Sköldberg (2009). May not satisfy requirements for an audit trail (although new reporting guidelines will help overcome this (France et al 2019). They can explain the mechanisms by which interventions, evaluated within trials, might achieve their effect. Qualitative Health Research 2012; 22: 1435-1443. Cooper C, Booth A, Britten N, Garside R. A comparison of results of empirical studies of supplementary search techniques and recommendations in review methodology handbooks: a methodological review. Noyes J, Booth A, Moore G, Flemming K, Tuncalp O, Shakibazadeh E. Synthesising quantitative and qualitative evidence to inform guidelines on complex interventions: clarifying the purposes, designs and outlining some methods. Meta-analysis of continuous outcomes combining individual patient data and aggregate data. May be unclear how higher-level findings translate into actionable points. Suri H. Purposeful sampling in qualitative research synthesis. There are limited options for analyzing and presenting the review. Performing systematic reviews of qualitative and quantitative evidence is challenging because of the multiple synthesis options. France EF, Cunningham M, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EAS, Jepson RG, Maxwell M, Roberts RJ, Turley RL, Booth A, Britten N, Flemming K, Gallagher I, Garside R, Hannes K, Lewin S, Noblit G, Pope C, Thomas J, Vanstone M, Higginbottom GMA, Noyes J. No room for reflexivity? The GRADE system has long featured in assessing the certainty of quantitative findings and application of its qualitative counterpart, GRADE-CERQual, is recommended for Cochrane qualitative evidence syntheses (Lewin et al 2015). For example, Downe and colleagues (Downe et al (2016) undertook an initial meta-ethnography review to develop an understanding of the outcomes of importance to women receiving antenatal care. From the preparatory stage, this consultation can ensure that the review scope and question is appropriate and resulting products address implementation concerns of decision makers (Kelly et al 2017, Harris et al 2018). The second potential problem with qualitative research is that a particular problem could go unnoticed (Bowen 2006). Making sense of evidence: 10 questions to help you make sense of qualitative research: Public Health Resource Unit, England; 2013. http://media.wix.com/ugd/dded87_29c5b002d99342f788c6ac670e49f274.pdf. Carroll C. Qualitative evidence synthesis to improve implementation of clinical guidelines. Themes are then integrated within the quantitative synthesis. which reviews of qualitative evidence might be appropriate, the types of evidence such reviews might include and the range of methods available for their synthesis. Version 2.1, updated November 2011. https://epoc.cochrane.org/sites/epoc.cochrane.org/files/public/uploads/SURE-Guides-v2.1/Collectedfiles/sure_guides.html. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017; 2: CD011787. The use of purposeful sampling in a qualitative evidence synthesis: a worked example on sexual adjustment to a cancer trajectory. Thomas J, Brunton J, Graziosi S. EPPI-Reviewer 4.0: software for research synthesis [Software]. increasing understanding of a phenomenon of interest (e.g. Thomas J, Harden A, Oakley A, Oliver S, Sutcliffe K, Rees R, Brunton G, Kavanagh J. Barnett-Page E, Thomas J. Minimize reliance on topic-based searching and rely on citations-based approaches to identify linked reports, published or unpublished, of a particular study (Booth et al 2013) which may provide implementation or process data (Bonell et al 2013). Meta-analysis for 2 x 2 tables: a Bayesian approach. This approach can be feasible when a review question involves multiple publication types (e.g. 2012:1(28). National Institute for Health Care Excellence. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2012; 12: 55. Limitations included a focus on reporting rather than conduct and the presence of items that are separate from, or tangential to, consideration of study quality (e.g. Poor reporting of systematic reviews diminishes their value to clinicians, policy makers, and other users. Benoot C, Hannes K, Bilsen J. Qualitative findings may take the form of quotations from participants, subthemes and themes identified by the study’s authors, explanations, hypotheses or new theory, or observational excerpts and author interpretations of these data (Sandelowski and Barroso 2002). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018; 28: 8-22. Research Synthesis Methods 2011; 2: 33-42. Noyes and colleagues (Noyes et al (2019) and Flemming and colleagues (Flemming et al (2019) elaborate on key issues for consideration when selecting a method that is particularly suited to a Cochrane Review and decision making context (see Table 21.10.a). The one disadvantage of qualitative research which is always present is its lack of statistical representation. SURE (Supporting the Use of Research Evidence) Collaboration. Studies before 15 March 2017 were identified from PubMed, Medline, Embase, Web of Science, Scopus, PsycARTICLES and the Cochrane Library. We will Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2018; 97: 79-85. For qualitative primary studies, the 8-item process evaluation tool developed by the EPPI-Centre (Rees et al 2009, Shepherd et al 2010) can be used to supplement tools selected to assess methodological strengths and limitations and risks to rigour in primary qualitative studies. the condition, the intervention or the context)? By specifying the context a review team is able to identify opportunities for integration with the intervention review, or opportunities for maximizing use and interpretation of evidence as a mixed-method review progresses (see Figure 21.2.a), and informs both the interpretation of the observed effects and assessment of the strength of the evidence available in addressing the review question (Noyes et al 2019). Audience and purpose – consider the intended audience and purpose of the review. Health Information and Libraries Journal 2009; 26: 91-108. Carroll C, Booth A, Cooper K. A worked example of "best fit" framework synthesis: a systematic review of views concerning the taking of some potential chemopreventive agents. Irrespective of whether the qualitative synthesis is sequential or convergent to the intervention review, we recommend that qualitative and quantitative evidence be synthesized separately using appropriate methods before integration (Harden et al 2018). Selva A, Sola I, Zhang Y, Pardo-Hernandez H, Haynes RB, Martinez Garcia L, Navarro T, Schünemann H, Alonso-Coello P. Development and use of a content search strategy for retrieving studies on patients' views and preferences. May lack clarity on how higher-level findings translate into actionable points. Using qualitative evidence in decision making for health and social interventions: an approach to assess confidence in findings from qualitative evidence syntheses (GRADE-CERQual). One component of this approach requires an appraisal of the methodological limitations of studies contributing data to a review finding. Box 21.4.a RETREAT considerations when selecting an appropriate method for qualitative synthesis. Sources of qualitative evidence are more likely to include book chapters, theses and grey literature reports than standard quantitative study reports, and so a search strategy should place extra emphasis on these sources. Oliver S, Rees R, Clarke-Jones L, Milne R, Oakley A, Gabbay J, Stein K, Buchanan P, Gyte G. A multidimensional conceptual framework for analysing public involvement in health services research. Issues such as inter-rater reliability are afforded less importance given that identification of complementary or conflicting perspectives on risk to rigour is considered more useful than achievement of consensus per se (Noyes et al 2019). Meta-analysis came on the scene around the 1970s and has received much attention. The scope for integration can be more limited with a pre-existing intervention review unless review authors have access to the data underlying the intervention review report. A systematic review is defined as “a review of the evidence on a clearly formulated question that uses systematic and explicit methods to identify, select and critically appraise relevant primary research, and to extract and analyze data from the studies that are included in the review.” A range of methods and tools is available for data integration or mixed-method synthesis (Harden et al 2018, Noyes et al 2019). Complex synthesis process that requires an experienced team. Cons: May be limited in interpretive ‘power’ and risks over-simplistic use and thus not truly informing decision making such as guidelines. Systematic Reviews 2014; 3: 67. In the absence of a definitive risk to rigour tool, we recommend that review authors select from published, commonly used and validated tools that focus on the assessment of the methodological strengths and limitations of qualitative studies (see Box 21.8.a). Assessment of the methodological strengths and limitations of qualitative research remains contested within the primary qualitative research community (Garside 2014). Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2016a; 75: 78-92. Approaches using strings of terms associated with the study type or purpose are considered experimental. Harris JL, Booth A, Cargo M, Hannes K, Harden A, Flemming K, Garside R, Pantoja T, Thomas J, Noyes J. Cochrane Qualitative and Implementation Methods Group guidance series-paper 2: methods for question formulation, searching, and protocol development for qualitative evidence synthesis. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2016b; 74: 133-143. Houghton C, Murphy K, Meehan B, Thomas J, Brooker D, Casey D. From screening to synthesis: using nvivo to enhance transparency in qualitative evidence synthesis. Glenton C, Lewin S, Norris S. Chapter 15: Using evidence from qualitative research to develop WHO guidelines. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2017; 17: 76. Review authors can potentially develop a stronger synthesis using rich and thick qualitative evidence but, in reality, they will identify diverse conceptually rich and poor and contextually thick and thin studies. Rogers M, Bethel A, Abbott R. Locating qualitative studies in dementia on MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, and PsycINFO: a comparison of search strategies. These approaches include meta-study, meta-summary, grounded formal theory, meta-ethnography, and qualitative meta-synthesis. Kneale D, Thomas J, Harris K. Developing and Optimising the Use of Logic Models in Systematic Reviews: Exploring Practice and Good Practice in the Use of Programme Theory in Reviews. Garside R. Should we appraise the quality of qualitative research reports for systematic reviews, and if so, how? Which elements contribute most to complexity (e.g. patterns observed through juxtaposing findings within a matrix can be tested using subgroup analysis or QCA). The method can include ‘coding’ the data and looking for ‘themes’ or ‘constructs’ across studies. Candy B, King M, Jones L, Oliver S. Using qualitative synthesis to explore heterogeneity of complex interventions. Harden A, Thomas J, Cargo M, Harris J, Pantoja T, Flemming K, Booth A, Garside R, Hannes K, Noyes J. Cochrane Qualitative and Implementation Methods Group guidance series-paper 5: methods for integrating qualitative and implementation evidence within intervention effectiveness reviews. A synthesis of qualitative evidence can inform understanding of how interventions work by: The aim of this chapter is to provide authors (who already have experience of undertaking qualitative research and qualitative evidence synthesis) with additional guidance on undertaking a qualitative evidence synthesis that is subsequently integrated with an intervention review. What is meta-analysis? Some features of the site may not work correctly. Flexible options concerning choice of method may need to be articulated in the protocol. Integrating qualitative research with trials in systematic reviews. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2018b; 97: 35-38. Acknowledgements: This chapter replaces Chapter 20 in the first edition of this Handbook (2008) and subsequent Version 5.2. Method for integrating or comparing the findings from qualitative studies. Noyes J, Hendry M, Lewin S, Glenton C, Chandler J, Rashidian A. Qualitative "trial-sibling" studies and "unrelated" qualitative studies contributed to complex intervention reviews. Undertaken using a mixed-method design that integrates a qualitative evidence synthesis with an intervention review in a single protocol. For permission to re-use material from the Handbook (either academic or commercial), please see here for full details. Decisions about inclusion or exclusion of studies can be more complex in qualitative evidence syntheses compared to reviews of trials that aim to include all relevant studies. Others hold the capacity to develop new theory (e.g. A typology of reviews: an analysis of 14 review types and associated methodologies. Open feedback form The support of medical decisions comes from several sources. Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of lay health worker programmes to improve access to maternal and child health: qualitative evidence synthesis. Some qualitative reviews adopt this structure, or use an adapted variation of such a structure (e.g. Complementary guidance supports novel thinking about question development, application of question development frameworks and the types of questions to be addressed by a synthesis of qualitative evidence (Cargo et al 2018, Harris et al 2018, Noyes et al 2018a, Booth et al 2019b, Flemming et al 2019). Health Expectations 2008; 11: 72-84. To what extent are candidate studies conceptually rich and contextually thick in their detail? Meta-analysis of data from the six primary prevention trials of cardiovascular events using aspirin. Also, recommendations are made to improve the conducting and reporting of this type of review. It is a perspective-based method of research only, which means the responses given are not measured. Funding: JT is supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care North Thames at Barts Health NHS Trust. It is likely that such filters may be derived from the study type (process evaluation), the data type (process data) or the application (implementation) (Robbins et al 2011). Do you have feedback about the new online Handbook? Like all systematic reviews, optimal methods for reviewing qualitative research are still evolving, however published reviews demonstrate considerable variability in their approach. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are essential to summarise evidence relating to efficacy and safety of healthcare interventions accurately and reliably. However, these additional activities are very resource-intensive and are only recommended when the review team has sufficient resources to supplement the planned qualitative evidence syntheses with an additional explanatory review. A qualitative evidence synthesis (commonly referred to as QES) can add value by providing decision makers with additional evidence to improve understanding of intervention complexity, contextual variations, implementation, and stakeholder preferences and experiences. Historically, the first of these four sources of knowledge largely informed medical and dental decision makers. Rees R, Oliver K, Woodman J, Thomas J. Systematic reviews of published qualitative research have emerged as an important set of methods to aggregate, summarize, analyze, and synthesize qualitative data from a variety of study designs. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2002; 34: 213-219. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2018; 97: 70-78. The intervention Complexity Assessment Tool for Systematic Reviews iCAT_SR (Lewin et al 2017) may be helpful in classifying complexity in interventions and developing associated questions. It may be helpful to draw on a key stakeholder group to help in interpreting the evidence and in formulating key findings. A protocol for this review was registered with PROSPERO International Prospective Register of Systematic Reviews (Identifier: CRD42013005761). View 3 excerpts, references background and methods, View 2 excerpts, references background and methods, By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our. meta-ethnography and theory building approaches to thematic synthesis). Systematic Reviews 2016; 5: 82. Lewin S, Hendry M, Chandler J, Oxman AD, Michie S, Shepperd S, Reeves BC, Tugwell P, Hannes K, Rehfuess EA, Welch V, McKenzie JE, Burford B, Petkovic J, Anderson LM, Harris J, Noyes J. Assessing the complexity of interventions within systematic reviews: development, content and use of a new tool (iCAT_SR). And methodological information for inclusion which then do not require separate searches when... 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