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Table 6 Results of Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool (MMAT)

From: Interventions to develop collectivistic leadership in healthcare settings: a systematic review

Author, Year Clear objective Data relevant to addressing objectives Qualitative data sources relevant to objectives Qualitative data analysis relevant to objectives Consideration given to how findings relate to context Consideration given to how findings relate to researchers’ influence Sampling strategy relevant to address quantitative research question Sample representative of population Quantitative measure appropriate Acceptable response ratea Mixed methods design relevant to objective Integration of qualitative and quantitative relevant to objective Limitations of integrating findings considered Outcomes of checklist (Yes/Can’t tell/No)
Dewar & Cook, 2014 [50] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell Yes Yes Yes No 10/2/1
Rosengren et al., 2010 [53] Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Yes Can’t tell Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 10/2/1
MacPhail et al., 2015 [51] Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell Yes Yes Yes No 8/4/1
Boak et al., 2015 [47] Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell No 7/5/1
Gibb et al., 2016 [52] Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell No 7/5/1
Van Zwanenberg, 2009 [49] Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes Yes No 6/6/1
Miller et al., 2007 [48] Yes Yes Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes No No 6/5/2
Buckley et al. 2009 [37] Yes Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Can’t tell Yes No No 2/9/2
  1. a60% or above