Same family, different species: Methodological conduct and quality varies according to purpose for five types of knowledge synthesis
Tricco AC, Zarin W, Ghassemi M, Nincic V, Lillie E, Page MJ, Shamseer L, Antony J, Rios P, Hwee J, Veroniki AA. Same family, different species: methodological conduct and quality varies according to purpose for five types of knowledge synthesis.J Clin Epidemiol. 2018 Apr 1;96:133-42. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2017
- Findings from this retrospective study of five related knowledge synthesis methods highlight the conceptual differences in their methodological conduct and quality
- Can help researchers select a knowledge synthesis method that is most suited to their research question and decision-maker needs
- Will inform the development of an online tool that will help researchers and knowledge users select a knowledge synthesis method
Ontario Ministry of Research, Innovation, and Science Early Researcher Award (2015 to 2020) awarded to Dr. Andrea Tricco.
Category : KS Projects
Date : 27 Oct 2017