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Emerging Methodologies: an Evolution of Idea (Joanna Briggs)




This Chapter discusses how continued methodological innovation will continue to play a significant role in the future of the Institute. As the Institute and collaboration continue to expand, and the necessity for contextually meaningful information becomes increasingly apparent, the Institute will no doubt work towards strategies to deal with such issues.


Contents include

  • Emerging methodologies: an evolution of ideas
  • Synthesising the evidence: the 'SUMARI' suite
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Author / Editor Biographies

Doc (Education), Adjunct Senior Lecturer (School of Nursing & Midwifery)
Elizabeth Pittman has a background in nursing and a doctorate in education from Melbourne University. In 2002 she retired as the director of the continuing and distance education unit at LaTrobe University. She is now an adjunct senior lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. She is also a member of the Mental Health Research and Ethics Committee at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Pauline Donnelly is a registered nurse with extensive experience in health services delivery, management and public administration. She has a Bachelor of Nursing degree and a Master of Health Administration degree and main areas of practice have been in community health and aged care in the United Kingdom; she also spent a number of years working in remote areas of Papua New Guinea.
Zoe Jordan has been actively involved in the field of health research and communication for the last seven years. She has a Master of Arts (Communication Studies), in which much of her work was focused on the use of the mass media for the effective and accurate transfer of information. She is currently the Manager of Communications at The Joanna Briggs Institute.

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