A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex

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A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex. / Fegran, Liv; Ludvigsen, Mette Spliid; Westergren, Thomas et al.

2021. Abstract from Nordic Conference in Nursing Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Fegran L, Ludvigsen MS, Westergren T, Aagaard H. 2021. A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex. Abstract from Nordic Conference in Nursing Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Fegran, Liv et al. A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex. Nordic Conference in Nursing Research, 04 Oct 2021, Copenhagen, Denmark, Conference abstract for conference, 2021.

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Fegran L, Ludvigsen MS, Westergren T, Aagaard H. A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex. 2021. Abstract from Nordic Conference in Nursing Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Fegran, Liv ; Ludvigsen, Mette Spliid ; Westergren, Thomas et al. / A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex. Abstract from Nordic Conference in Nursing Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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title = "A meta-aggregative approach to the synthesis of nurses' and physicians' experiences in a health-care contex",
abstract = "Background: Transfer of the growing number of adolescents and young adults with severe chronic health conditions from paediatric to adult care is a multidisciplinary effort where nurses and physicians play an importantrole. Despite the increased focus on guidelines and improvement models, the experiences of health care professionals in handling adolescents{\textquoteright} and young adults{\textquoteright} transfer appears to be challenging both in pediatric and adult care.In the present study of professionals{\textquoteright} experiences of the transfer, the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) meta-aggregative approach was used. The developmental history of JBI is grounded the need of evidence to inform health caredecision-making. They suggest that aggregation of findings is more than a combined whole in a way that is analogous with meta-analysis (quantitative findings).Objective: To present and discuss a meta- aggregative approach to synthesize qualitative findings.Methods: JBI SUMARI (System for the Unified Management of the Assessment and Review of Information) was used to assist the conduct of the review. To establish confidence of synthesised qualitative findings, the ConQual system ranking the dependability and credibility of the included studies will be presented. The dependability score is based on five specific questions from the JBI critical appraisal tool. The credibility score is based on the number of findings included in the categories associated with the synthesized finding, and defined as Unequivocal, Credible or Not Supported.Results: The aim of a JBI meta-aggregation is the translation of research evidence into practice. We will reflect on the strengths and limitations of using the ConQual approach in JBI{\textquoteright}s meta aggregation approach.Conclusion: A meta-aggregative approach provides one qualitative approach to qualitative findings, however how does it capture the quality of qualitative findings transferable to clinical practice? ",
author = "Liv Fegran and Ludvigsen, {Mette Spliid} and Thomas Westergren and Hanne Aagaard",
year = "2021",
language = "English",
note = "null ; Conference date: 04-10-2021 Through 06-10-2021",

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AU - Fegran, Liv

AU - Ludvigsen, Mette Spliid

AU - Westergren, Thomas

AU - Aagaard, Hanne

PY - 2021

Y1 - 2021

N2 - Background: Transfer of the growing number of adolescents and young adults with severe chronic health conditions from paediatric to adult care is a multidisciplinary effort where nurses and physicians play an importantrole. Despite the increased focus on guidelines and improvement models, the experiences of health care professionals in handling adolescents’ and young adults’ transfer appears to be challenging both in pediatric and adult care.In the present study of professionals’ experiences of the transfer, the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) meta-aggregative approach was used. The developmental history of JBI is grounded the need of evidence to inform health caredecision-making. They suggest that aggregation of findings is more than a combined whole in a way that is analogous with meta-analysis (quantitative findings).Objective: To present and discuss a meta- aggregative approach to synthesize qualitative findings.Methods: JBI SUMARI (System for the Unified Management of the Assessment and Review of Information) was used to assist the conduct of the review. To establish confidence of synthesised qualitative findings, the ConQual system ranking the dependability and credibility of the included studies will be presented. The dependability score is based on five specific questions from the JBI critical appraisal tool. The credibility score is based on the number of findings included in the categories associated with the synthesized finding, and defined as Unequivocal, Credible or Not Supported.Results: The aim of a JBI meta-aggregation is the translation of research evidence into practice. We will reflect on the strengths and limitations of using the ConQual approach in JBI’s meta aggregation approach.Conclusion: A meta-aggregative approach provides one qualitative approach to qualitative findings, however how does it capture the quality of qualitative findings transferable to clinical practice?

AB - Background: Transfer of the growing number of adolescents and young adults with severe chronic health conditions from paediatric to adult care is a multidisciplinary effort where nurses and physicians play an importantrole. Despite the increased focus on guidelines and improvement models, the experiences of health care professionals in handling adolescents’ and young adults’ transfer appears to be challenging both in pediatric and adult care.In the present study of professionals’ experiences of the transfer, the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) meta-aggregative approach was used. The developmental history of JBI is grounded the need of evidence to inform health caredecision-making. They suggest that aggregation of findings is more than a combined whole in a way that is analogous with meta-analysis (quantitative findings).Objective: To present and discuss a meta- aggregative approach to synthesize qualitative findings.Methods: JBI SUMARI (System for the Unified Management of the Assessment and Review of Information) was used to assist the conduct of the review. To establish confidence of synthesised qualitative findings, the ConQual system ranking the dependability and credibility of the included studies will be presented. The dependability score is based on five specific questions from the JBI critical appraisal tool. The credibility score is based on the number of findings included in the categories associated with the synthesized finding, and defined as Unequivocal, Credible or Not Supported.Results: The aim of a JBI meta-aggregation is the translation of research evidence into practice. We will reflect on the strengths and limitations of using the ConQual approach in JBI’s meta aggregation approach.Conclusion: A meta-aggregative approach provides one qualitative approach to qualitative findings, however how does it capture the quality of qualitative findings transferable to clinical practice?

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Y2 - 4 October 2021 through 6 October 2021

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