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|Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
|Reporting of meta-ethnography studies.|
|Full bibliographic reference||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 GW, Pope C, Thomas J, Vanstone M, Higginbottom GMA, Noyes J. Improving reporting of Meta-Ethnography: The eMERGe Reporting Guidance.
This guideline was published simultaneously in 4 journals. You can read the guideline in any of these journals using the links below.
BMC Med Res Methodol. 2019;19(1):25. PMID: 30709371
J Adv Nurs. 2019. PMID: 30644123
Psychooncology. 2019. PMID: 30644150
Review of Education, 2019. doi.org/10.1002/rev3.3147
|Reporting guideline website URL||http://emergeproject.org/|
|Reporting guideline acronym||eMERGe|
|Study design||Qualitative research|
|Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report?||Whole report|
|Additional information||Read the protocol for the development of this reporting guideline.
Watch three films about this reporting guideline produced by the eMERGe development team:
eMERGe reporting guidance for meta-ethnography – their format, content and use (YouTube) (N. Ring) (12 minutes 26 seconds)
eMERGe reporting guidance – the wider context and their possible use (YouTube) (J. Noyes) (8 minutes 45 seconds)
Overview of the eMERGe project and development of the reporting guidance (YouTube) (E. France) (11 minutes 27 seconds)
|Record last updated on||November 19, 2021|
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