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FREE WEBINAR: Introducing the New Meta-ethnography Reporting Guidance

FREE WEBINAR: 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 produced by the 2 year NIHR funded eMERGE project. The session provides an overview of why this reporting guidance is needed, what format it takes and how to use it.
On the day: Use this link to attend: (Note: It is advisable to enter the webinar 5-10 minutes early and you need Java installed. Any technical issues – please email
Open to all this free seminar is especially useful for those conducting, reviewing or supervising meta-ethnographies and/or using meta-ethnography findings e.g. journal editors, guideline developers, health technology assessors, representatives of patient groups.



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