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MATRICS: A Method for Aggregating The Reporting of Interventions in Complex Studies

Kym Carter Orcid Logo, Gabi S Jerzembek, Ivy Cheung, David Cohen, Hayley Hutchings Orcid Logo, Frances Rapport Orcid Logo, Anne Seagrove, John G Williams, Ian Russell Orcid Logo

Trials, Volume: 12, Issue: S1

Swansea University Authors: Kym Carter Orcid Logo, Ivy Cheung, Hayley Hutchings Orcid Logo, Frances Rapport Orcid Logo, Anne Seagrove, Ian Russell Orcid Logo

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There are few rigorous methods for combining qualitative and quantitative findings from studies with complex interventions using multiple research methods and giving appropriate weight to each without introducing bias to the overall conclusions.We developed a Method for Aggregating The Reporting of...

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Published in: Trials
ISSN: 1745-6215
Published: Springer Science and Business Media LLC 2011
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa58420
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Abstract: There are few rigorous methods for combining qualitative and quantitative findings from studies with complex interventions using multiple research methods and giving appropriate weight to each without introducing bias to the overall conclusions.We developed a Method for Aggregating The Reporting of Interventions in Complex Studies (MATRICS) for the ENIGMA study (Evaluating Innovations in Gastroenterology by the NHS Modernisation Agency) – a multi-centre, mixed-methods study to evaluate the impact of the Modernising Endoscopy Services programme [1], funded by the UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR SDO ref 08/1304/46).
College: Swansea University Medical School
Issue: S1