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A Step-by-Step Guide to Conducting an Integrative Review


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1. Conducting an Integrative Review
Chapter one: Coleen E. Toronto, PhD, RN, CNEEmail: ctoronto0712@curry.edu
* Introduction* Overview of review types: Describe the spectrum from Narrative -> Systematic with Meta-Analysis* Define Integrative Review* Systematic Approach of the Integrative Review Process* Barriers to Conducting a Review
2. Formulating Review Question
Chapter two: Karen Devereaux Melillo, PhD, A-GNP-C, FAANP, FGSAEmail: Karen_Melillo@uml.edu
* Background- Identify what is known and gap in knowledge* Defining Concepts and Variables* Rationale for Conducting Review* Identify research questions/purpose of review* Formulate Inclusion and exclusion criteria (i.e type of literature- empirical/theoretical)* Identification of a theoretical framework to organize results (if appropriate).
3. Searching Systematically and Comprehensively
Chapter three: Jane Lawless, MLS, BA (corresponding author)Email: jlawless@curry.edu
Margaret J. Foster, MS, MPH, AHIP Email: margaretfoster@tamu.edu

* Librarian Support* Search organization and reporting strategies [folders, search histories and citation tools]* Choosing databases* Searching strategies [keywords, controlled language, limiters and Boolean operators]* Time period and justification* Searching additional sources [gray literature, hand searches, reference lists]* Reporting the search strategy (PRISMA Flow Diagram)* Removal of duplicates* Managing the collected data (Citation Management and Software Tools)

4. Evaluation and Quality Appraisal
Chapter four: Ruth Remington, PhD, RNEmail: ruthrems@gmail.com
* Applying Inclusion Criteria* Identifying Methodological Rigor* Checklists* Validity of Results* Sources of Bias* Applicability of Results
5. Analysis and Synthesis
Chapter five: Patricia A. Dwyer, PhD, RNEmail: triciaanndwyer@gmail.com
* Data Extractiono Summary tableo Codingo Analyze for patterns and themes* Synthesiso Methods for Qualitative Synthesis (Narrative, Thematic etc.)
6. Discussion and Conclusion
Chapter six: Coleen E. Toronto, PhD, RN, CNE (corresponding author)Email: ctoronto0712@curry.edu
Ruth Remington, PhD, RNEmail: ruthrems@gmail.com

* Interpretation of Findings* Implications for Practice and Research* Limitations* Conclusion
7. Dissemination
Chapter 7: Kristen Sethares, PhD, RN, CNE, FAHAEmail: ksethares@umassd.edu
* The Integrative Review to Inform Practice, Program Planning and Policy* Writing up the Integrative Review* Conference Presentationo Absracto Papero Poster* Submitting the Integrative Review for Publication* Future Needs to Update the Integrative Review

About the Author

Coleen Toronto, PhD, RN, CNE, is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Curry College, USA. Dr. Toronto is a BSN graduate of Northeastern University, received her master's in nursing education from Framingham State University, and her PhD in nursing from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Dr. Toronto is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE). Her research interests include integrative review methodology, nursing education, health literacy and Delphi methodology.Ruth Remington, PhD, RN, is a Professor of Nursing at Framingham State University, USA. She received her BS in nursing from Rutgers University and her MS and PhD from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Worcester. She is a nurse practitioner with extensive experience in the care of the older adult. Her research interests include integrative review methodology, non-pharmacological interventions to manage the symptoms of dementia, and nutrition and cognition.


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