On 27th January 2016, the Project Advisory Group (PAG) met in Edinburgh to discuss the first results in the eMERGe Project around the review of the existing recommendations & guidance for conducting & reporting each process in a meta-ethnography. The meeting was chaired by Dr S. Blair, now retired Director of the Professional Doctorate Framework at GCU. It was a lively and constructive meeting, which helped shape the project. The PAG is made of academic experts in meta-eta-ethnography, professional users of meta-ethnography and of lay participants. Their participation is key to the project and will help design a reporting guideline for meta-ethnographies to increase the likelihood that their findings are used to improve health care services, decisions, and patient care in the future.
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 - New training resources added to the eMERGe website!
Tuesday, 02 May 2017 - Free Webinar 22 May 2017: Introducing the New Meta-ethnography Reporting Guidance
Monday, 13 February 2017 - Project Advisory Group meets in Edinburgh to shape Guidance on Meta-EthnographyView All