Meta-ethnography
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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 - eMERGe presents at the GRADE-CERQUal workshop on ‘Strengthening the use of qualitative evidence in decision making’- Geneva, 7-9 November 2017

How can findings from reviews of qualitative research be used to broaden and humanise decision making processes? This was one of the key issues discussed at  a three-day workshop on…Read More


Monday, 25 September 2017 - eMERGe reporting guidance presented at the Global evidence Summit in Cape Town.

Jane Noyes and Ruth Turley presented the    The eMERGe presentation was selected from 1000s of abstracts. Jane and Ruth  presented to delegates from five major organisations who came together for the…Read More


Monday, 21 August 2017 - Additional training video by G. Noblit added to Resources on the website!

We have added another video to our resources: Meta-ethnography then and now (G. Noblit) This short film from one of the originators of meta-ethnography provides a brief overview of meta-ethnography…Read More


Tuesday, 20 June 2017 - New training resources added to the eMERGe website!

We have added a lot of new resources to our website, they include  a list of all training materials,  and a series of films on the eMERGe Reporting Guidance development,…Read More


Tuesday, 02 May 2017 - Free Webinar 22 May 2017: Introducing the New Meta-ethnography Reporting Guidance

Monday 22nd May 2017 11am-12MD (UK time) Introducing the New Meta-ethnography Reporting Guidance: What it is & How to use it. This online session introduces the new meta-ethnography reporting guidance…Read More


Monday, 13 February 2017 - Project Advisory Group meets in Edinburgh to shape Guidance on Meta-Ethnography

On November 16th 2016,  26 members of the eMERGe Project Advisory Group, comprising of academic experts, lay members and professional users of meta-ethnographic research, met in Edinburgh to discuss the results…Read More


Monday, 12 September 2016 - G. Noblit Edinburgh public lecture talk & slides on qualitative synthesis now available!

On 22nd June 2016, Professor George W. Noblit gave a public lecture in Edinburgh, which was co-hosted by SCPHRP (The Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy) and the…Read More


Tuesday, 09 August 2016 - eMERGe launches its Online Delphi Study

The EMERGe project has just launched its online Delphi Study on 09 August 2016. A number of expert academics, professional users of meta-ethnography and lay participants have agreed to take…Read More


Saturday, 09 July 2016 - G. Noblit’s Edinburgh lecture – How qualitative (or interpretive or critical) is qualitative synthesis, and what can we do about this?’

Meta-ethnography: interpretations of interpretations of George Noblit This post is written by Avril Nicoll, who attended the public lecture in Edinburgh where Professor George Noblit asked ‘How qualitative (or interpretive or…Read More


Friday, 24 June 2016 - Professor G. Noblit, instigator of Meta-ethnography, visits Stirling!

From 18th to 23rd June 2016, Professor George Noblit, a member of the Project Advisory Group on the eMERGe Project and instigator of the meta-ethnography methodology visited the University of…Read More


Sunday, 10 January 2016 - Advisory Group meets to discuss the eMERGe (Developing meta-ethnography reporting guidelines and standards for research) project.

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…Read More


Wednesday, 01 July 2015 - More useful findings to eMERGe Project to raise standard of qualitative research synthesis

Qualitative research helps us understand how and why people experience health conditions, services and interventions in different ways. Qualitative synthesis involves bringing qualitative studies together in a systematic way. The…Read More