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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The promise of qualitative metasynthesis for mathematics education.
High-stakes testing and curricular control: A qualitative metasynthesis. Educational Researcher, 36(5), 258-267.
Not-patient and not-visitor: a metasynthesis fathers' encounters with pregnancy, birth and maternity care.
The experience of caregivers living with cancer patients: a systematic review and metasynthesis. J Pers Med.
A recent metasynthesis of 18 studies from five countries on diabetes self-management identified how children and adolescents develop self-management strategies.
Therefore, in this subsection, we perform a meta-regression analysis (MRA) to examine whether the results of metasynthesis described in the previous subsection can be reproduced after controlling for various research conditions that may have affected the empirical results in the previous literature.
Polypharmacy among anabolic-androgenic steroid users: a descriptive metasynthesis. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy.
Using mixed methods to conduct a metasynthesis of the literature: Moving from words to numbers.
Clinicians' view on their role in self-management approaches: A qualitative metasynthesis. BMJ Open, 5(5), 1-11.
Commonalities and differences in infant feeding attitudes and practices in the context of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa: A metasynthesis. AIDS Care 2014; 26(2):214225.
Colonised and isolated: a qualitative metasynthesis of patients' experiences of being infected with multiple drug resistant organisms and subsequent isolation.