Aims: This paper will describe and discuss issues related to developing evidence and evidence synthesis in a field of study with little traditional research and where the phenomenon is complex, socially bound and interpreted in multiple ways. We will use our recent experience of undertaking a systematic narrative review into the links between doctors' health and wellbeing and involvement in mentoring activities to illustrate the issues. This will include the challenges of publishing work not fitting traditional models.
|Published - 1 Mar 2017
|8th Evidenced Based Health Care International Conference : The ecosystem of evidence : Connecting generation, synthesis and translation - Taormina, Italy
Duration: 25 Oct 2017 → 28 Oct 2017
|8th Evidenced Based Health Care International Conference
|25/10/17 → 28/10/17