in the text box. If this isn’t noted, the assumption will be that the samples are the same.
From what NAICS industrial sector was the study sample drawn?
Check all that apply up to four, then default to multiple sector option. See
http://www.statcan.ca/english/Subjects/Standard/naics/2002/naics02- menu.htm for more information that will assist you in determining the sector.
If the facilitators and barriers (F/B) portion of a study is different than the implementation/effectiveness (I/E) portion of the study regarding the sample size, then answer the multiple choice question with the I/E study in mind and note any differences for the F/B study in the text box. If this isn’t noted, the assumption will be that the samples are the same.
Does the publication give information on implementation/effectiveness or facilitators/barriers?
This question determines the sequence of questions the reviewer will see in the form after question 6. Answer I/E if the publication includes I/E information that meets our inclusion criteria. Answer F/B if the publication includes F/B information collected through systematic means OR is an I/E study with F/B information collected by any means. Subsequent questions will determine the nature of the F/B information and then focus on studies with F/B information derived through research methods.
Does this publication give evidence relevant for our core research question on the following?
Check all responses that apply
Check an answer only if complete information is provided, such that the corresponding type of evidence meets the inclusion criteria. For example, a publication might give information on implementation, but you would select "implementation" as an answer only if information provided was complete enough that the inclusion criteria for evidence on implementation was met.
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