Qualitative research in systematic reviews

Dixon-Woods, Mary; Fitzpatrick, Ray
October 2001
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);10/6/2001, Vol. 323 Issue 7316, p765
Academic Journal
Editorial. Comments on the role of qualitative evidence in systematic reviews in health care. Increased recognition of the diverse types of evidence that can contribute to systematic reviews; Opinion that qualitative research could benefit social and educational interventions; Problem issues of qualitative evidence, including how to appraise the quality of qualitative studies.


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