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Table 1 Methodological rigour and risk of bias

From: High performing hospitals: a qualitative systematic review of associated factors and practical strategies for improvement

Study Abstract and title Introduction and aims Method and data Sampling Data analysis Ethics and bias Findings/results Transferability/generalizability Implications and usefulness
Bradley et al. (2006) [10] Fair Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Poor
Mannion et al. (2005) [44] Fair Good Fair Fair Good Very poor Fair Fair Fair
Sautter et al. (2007) [37] Fair Fair Fair Fair Poor Poor Fair Fair Fair
Cherlin et al. (2013) [112] Good Good Fair Fair Good Poor Good Fair Fair
Landman et al. (2013) [32] Fair Good Fair Fair Good Poor Fair Poor Fair
Rangachari (2008) [31] Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Poor Fair Poor Fair
Baumann et al. (2007) [47] Fair Fair Poor Poor Poor Fair Fair Fair Poor
Rose et al. (2012) [45] Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Very poor Fair Fair Fair
Keroack et al. (2007) [34] Fair Good Good Fair Good Good Fair Good Good
Hockey and Bates (2010) [42] Fair Poor Poor Fair Poor Poor Fair Poor Fair
Adelman (2012) [41] Poor Good Fair Good Good Poor Fair Fair Good
VanDeusen Lukas et al. (2010) [36] Fair Fair Fair Poor Fair Poor Fair Fair Fair
Kramer et al. (2008) [40] Fair Poor Very Poor Poor Very Poor Fair Very Poor Very Poor Poor
Parsons and Cornett (2011) [35] Fair Fair Fair Poor Fair Poor Fair Poor Poor
Curry et al. (2011) [38] Good Fair Good Good Good Fair Good Good Fair
Puoane et al. (2008) [33] Good Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Fair Good
Stanger et al. (2012) [43] Fair Good Fair Good Fair Very Poor Fair Fair Good
Kane et al. (2009) [109] Poor Fair Very Poor Fair Very Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor
Olson et al. (2011) [48] Fair Fair Fair Poor Good Fair Fair Fair Fair