metasynthesis

metasynthesis

A technique used to gain insights from two or more thematic or categorical analyses of the same phenomenon by listing common elements in a standardized format so that patterns in them can be collected.
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Shattered Expectations: When Mothers' Confidence in Breastfeeding is Undermined--A Metasynthesis, 22 SCANDINAVIAN J.
Hispanic nursing students' journey to success: A metasynthesis, journal of Nursing Education, 48, 504-513.
Fathers' experiences of their transition to fatherhood: A metasynthesis.
An English metasynthesis qualitative study of midwifery care found that midwife-led and continuity of care leads to a reduction in interventions.
Co-teaching in inclusive classrooms: A metasynthesis of qualitative research.
High-stakes testing and curricular control: a qualitative metasynthesis.
Self-determination for students with disabilities: A narrative metasynthesis.
Parental disconnect between perceived and actual weight status of children: A metasynthesis of the current research.
Mental Health of Hmong Americans: A Metasynthesis of Academic Journal Article Findings
A metasynthesis gaps between patients, media, and academic medicine in discourses on gender and depression.