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Developing meta-ethnography reporting guidelines and standards for research (eMERGE)

Project title: Developing meta-ethnography reporting guidelines and standards for research (eMERGE)

Call to action: 13/114 13/114 HS&DR Researcher-led

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Emma FranceORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Maggie CunninghamORCID logo

Contractor: University of Stirling

Cost: £298,450.00

Co-investigators: Dr Nicola RingORCID logo, Ms Ruth TurleyORCID logo, Professor Edward DuncanORCID logo, Professor Jane NoyesORCID logo, Professor Margaret MaxwellORCID logo, Professor Ruth JepsonORCID logo.

Started: June 2015 | Status: Published February 2019

The eMERGe reporting guidance has been developed to improve the clarity and completeness of reporting meta-ethnographies, which can inform the design and delivery of services and interventions.

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