Thursday, January 06, 2022
Webinar: Realist Reviews and Syntheses: What are they and where do I start?
"Realist reviews (also known as realist syntheses) have witnessed a dramatic and sustained rise in popularity since first being advanced in 2004. Methods for systematic reviews of effectiveness hold limited capacity to gather and analyse evidence on why and under what circumstances interventions are effective. Realist reviews address this challenge by presenting evidence from diverse sources, selected according to relevance and rigour, to explore how a complex intervention works, for whom and under what circumstances."
The event is online via MS Teams and booking is required https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/library/events/realist-reviews-and-syntheses-what-are-they-and-where-do-i-start
Photo by Sheila Webber: grey day, bare twigs, December 2021