Just incase you end up wondering - Amanda and I are like a double act! Or
perhaps we should pursue careers as masked marauders in Realist Evaluation
- She composed this email but had issues replying to the group so Išve
done it for her!
Apologies for the delay in replying.
It is really interesting to hear about the differing conceptual frameworks
for problem-framing, so thank you to you all for that.
Jo and I are already some way down the line with our research - we set our
stall out to use principles of realist evaluation and the CMO explanatory
triad to explore existing practices and problems in our respective study
settings. We both commenced our studies with a stakeholder consultation
Jo has just started collecting data and I am writing up my thesis as we
Necessarily, I have gone to some lengths to critically justify my adapted
approach, so when we heard about 'realist diagnostics', we wondered if
that would be a useful way of framing our studies - which is why we were
asking for references.
Collaborations are always welcome and we will pursue this separately.
Amanda and Jo
On 07/07/2017, 12:23, "Realist and Meta-narrative Evidence Synthesis:
Evolving Standards on behalf of John Ling" <[log in to unmask] on
behalf of [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Thanks to everyone for sharing your insights and suggesting some
>literature to review.
>It's been really helpful.
>Clinical Nurse Specialist
>King's College Hospital
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