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Including data from protocols on qualitative research findings in RevMan - current version and a wish list [PLEASE NOTE: Sign up via 'How to complete a Cochrane protocol for qualitative evidence synthesis']

Topic category Other methods for preparing systematic reviews
Date and Location
Fecha: 
Jueves 20 Octubre 2011 - 14:00 - 16:00
Location: 
Methods Group
Methods Group: 
Qualitative Research Methods Group
Contact person
Contact person: 
Karin Hannes (Contact this person)
Facilitators
NombreApellidoAffiliation and Country
Nombre: 
Craig
Apellido: 
Lockwood
Affiliation and Country: 
Australia
Nombre: 
Jane
Apellido: 
Noyes
Affiliation and Country: 
UK
Nombre: 
Andrew
Apellido: 
Booth
Affiliation and Country: 
UK
Nombre: 
Janet
Apellido: 
Harris
Affiliation and Country: 
UK
Nombre: 
Karin
Apellido: 
Hannes
Affiliation and Country: 
Belgium
Other contributors
NombreApellidoAffiliation and Country
Nombre: 
Angela
Apellido: 
Harden
Affiliation and Country: 
UK
Target audience
Target audience: 
Review authors, researchers considering the submission of protocols on qualitative research findings aiming to contribute to the understanding of the results of effectiveness reviews
Is your workshop restricted to a specific audience or open to all Colloquium participants?: 
Open
Level of knowledge required: 
Any
Type of workshop
Type of workshop: 
Discussion
Abstract text
Abstract: 
Please note! This workshop has been merged with "How to complete a Cochrane protocol for qualitative evidence synthesis". To sign up for it, please go to that workshop.

Objectives:
This workshop is intended to show how the information from qualitative research protocols and future review results can be fitted in the current RevMan software. Also, the audience is invited to reflect on what could be done to better facilitate the inclusion of qualitative data in RevMan, to create a wish list for the RevMan developers.

Description:
Recently, The Cochrane Collaboration has piloted a few protocols on synthesising insights from qualitative research that aim to contribute to a better understanding of Cochrane effectiveness reviews. We will use one of those protocols as an example to show how the different aspects can be fitted into the current version of the software. Participants will receive a version of the protocol to assist them in discussing potential features of RevMan that can be developed to create a better match between the software tools and the protocol features. Qualitative experts in the audience are invited to share difficulties they have experienced in trying to submit these protocols through RevMan and to suggest potential solutions.