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When Educational Material Is Delivered: A Mixed Methods Content Validation Study of the Information Assessment Method

When Educational Material Is Delivered: A Mixed Methods Content Validation Study of the Information Assessment Method

When Educational Material Is Delivered: A Mixed Methods Content Validation Study of the Information Assessment Method

Authors of this article:

Hani Badran 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Pierre Pluye 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Roland Grad 1, 2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Grad R, Tang D, Granikov V, Pluye P. Towards collective intelligence in a national community of physicians. Education for Information 2020;36(1):93 View
  2. Viera C, Bugs B, Carvalho A, Gaiva M, Toso B. Description of the use of integrative mixed method in neonatal nursing. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP 2019;53 View
  3. Luconi F, Rochette A, Grad R, Hallé M, Chin D, Habib B, Thomas A. A multifaceted continuing professional development intervention to move stroke rehabilitation guidelines into professional practice: A feasibility study. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 2020;27(6):401 View
  4. Grad R. Assessing the relevance of research for clinicians. BMJ 2023:p152 View
  5. Archibald D, Grant R, Tuot D, Liddy C, Sewell J, Price D, Grad R, Shipman S, Campbell C, Guglani S, Wood T, Keely E. Development of eConsult reflective learning tools for healthcare providers: a pragmatic mixed methods approach. BMC Primary Care 2023;24(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Pluye P, Hong Q. International Encyclopedia of Education(Fourth Edition). View