Datasets associated with a mixed method systematic review guided by the Joanna Briggs Institute

  • Briege King (Creator)



A systematic review is a critical evaluation of the current evidence available on a topic to be researched. It is essential to systematically identify previous literature which have explored how the various components of the topic under review. The following data sets evolved as a result of a mixed method systematic review guided by the Joann Biggs Institute. It focuses on the search strategy, keyword search databases utilised, the PRISMA flowchart, appraisal processes, and diagrammatically demonstrating the emergence of the integrated findings of the review.

This dataset includes search strategies, summary of data extraction of included studies and PRISMA flowchart illustrating search process. This dataset would be of interest to researchers engaging in a systematic review within the research fields of social science, nursing, midwifery and education.
Date made availableJul 2021
PublisherQueen's University Belfast
Date of data productionMay 2020 -

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