Rapid Reviews and the methodological rigor of evidence synthesisApril 2022, Volume 20, Issue 4
Assoc Prof Zachary Munn and Dr Danielle Pollock discuss the methodology paper: 'Rapid reviews and the methodological rigor of evidence synthesis: a JBI position statement'.
This paper is available here.
Scoping reviews: involving knowledge usersApril 2022, Volume 20, Issue 4
In this video abstract, Dr Danielle Pollock discusses the publication, 'Moving from consultation to co-creation with knowledge users in scoping reviews: guidance from the JBI Scoping Review Methodology Group.’
Discussion includes why it is important to involve stakeholders/knowledge users while conducting a scoping review.
This paper is published in JBI Evidence Synthesis here.
Alexis McGill delves into the Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) as a health care research methodology in this short video abstract. The scoping review referred to in the video is: "The Functional Resonance Analysis Method as a health care research methodology: a scoping review" This paper is available