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Liu JJ, Davidson E, Bhopal RS, et al. Adapting Health Promotion Interventions to Meet the Needs of Ethnic Minority Groups: Mixed-Methods Evidence Synthesis. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2012 Nov. (Health Technology Assessment, No. 16.44.)

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Adapting Health Promotion Interventions to Meet the Needs of Ethnic Minority Groups: Mixed-Methods Evidence Synthesis.

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Appendix 9Extraction form for review of UK guidelines and international systematic reviews

  1. Paper number
  2. Author
  3. Year
  4. Title
  5. Journal
  6. Study type – is it a systematic review? (predefined search terms and databases?) – if yes, continue on to question 7; if no, stop and exclude this study
  7. List all recommendations/conclusions from the review and the strength of evidence provided by the authors (data used for Chapter 4, questions 8–18 used for Chapter 5)
  8. Key terms search (full text) – systematically scan paper for terms equivalent to (Ethnic*, Rac*, Minorit*, Cultur*, Asian, Chinese, Black, African, Afro, Caribbean, South Asian, Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani). * denotes variants of the term, for example ethnic* = ethnicity, ethnicities. Record yes or no for each term (if it appears in the study or not) – if yes, continue to question 9; if no, stop
  9. Population [record the population(s) included in the study; report for each ethnic group included after performing the key terms search]
  10. For each ethnic group, record age, gender and n (questions 11, 12, 13):
  11. Age
  12. Gender
  13. Number
  14. Ethnicity criteria (record how ethnicity was determined? language, self-defined?)
  15. Subgroup analysis – does the paper/review include subgroup meta-analysis providing pooled measures of effectiveness according to ethnicity? Yes/no. If yes, please describe the subgroup analysis and its findings (questions 16, 17); if no, proceed to question 18
  16. Intervention effective for ethnic minority group
  17. Differential effect sizes for pooled results between ethnic minority and general population?
  18. ‘Overarching comments’ – does the paper include any overarching statement on ethnicity (e.g. ethnicity should be considered in research)? Yes/no. If yes, please list the overarching statement (in the original language and in English if possible)
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