Undertaking a qualitative evidence synthesis to support decision-making in a Cochrane context

In these videos, originally part of the Cochrane Learning Live and GESI webinar series, Jane Noyes presented three qualitative evidence synthesis methods for discussion that were outlined in the New Cochrane Qualitative and Implementation Methods Guidance and published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology in December 2017.

Below you will find videos from the webinar, together with accompanying slides to download [PDF].

Presenter bio:

Professor Jane Noyes, Lead Convenor, Cochrane Qualitative and Implementation Methods Group. Jane Noyes is an experienced methodologist and health services researcher. She specialises in complex interventions and evaluation, and systematic review methods development and testing.

Part 1: Qualitative research and how it fits into systematic reviews

Part 2: How to choose a method for qualitative evidence synthesis

Part 3: Framework synthesis, thematic synthesis, meta-ethnography

Part 4: Confidence in qualitative evidence and reporting a qualitative evidence synthesis


 

Part 1: Qualitative research and how it fits into systematic reviews


Part 2: How to choose a method for qualitative evidence synthesis


Part 3: Framework synthesis, thematic synthesis, meta-ethnography


Part 4: Confidence in qualitative evidence and reporting a qualitative evidence synthesis

Author information: 
Noyes, Jane