Interuniversitair symposium kwalitatief onderzoek location:Leuven date:27 september 2016
What if we would question the why and the how of what we do, or what our clients and patients do? Seeking our answers in scientific literature would then be considered good practice. If we are lucky, our search for evidence will be successful and we can pull information from a systematic review. However, if the literature fails to deliver clear answers, we might end up writing our own review. Synthesizing evidence from qualitative studies is a complex procedure. This talk will guide you through some of the major decision points to make when systematically reviewing evidence from primary studies.