The Delphi technique is used internationally to investigate a wide variety of issues. The aim is to develop expert-based judgments about epistemic questions. This approach is based on the assumption that a group of experts and the multitude of associated perspectives will produce a more valid result than a judgment given by an individual expert, even if that expert is considered the best in their field.
In healthcare, the Delphi method is primarily employed to achieve consensus in the development of guidelines or treatment protocols, especially in situations where there is limited or conflicting evidence.
This issue of Sitenews provides comprehensive coverage of the history, definition, and various techniques of the Delphi method.
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- WHAT ARE DELPHI METHODS?
This article provide the details of types of Delphi methods/survey.
- THE DELPHI TECHNIQUE IN HEALTH SCIENCE EDUCATION
This article to provide a summary from the literature on the Delphi and discuss the lessons learnt with their experience in using the method.
- A MODIFIED DELPHI STUDY TO IDENTIFY STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE HEALTH LITERACY IN PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH CANCER
The aim of this study was to identify the best and most important strategies to promote health literacy in parents of children with cancer.
- THE USE OF DELPHI METHODS
The Delphi method is a systematic interactive way of gaining opinions/forecasts from a panel of independent experts over 2 or more rounds. It is a type of consensus method which does not require face to face meetings.
- THE DELPHI AND NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUES IN HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH
This review examines two methodologies that are being increasingly used in health services research (HSR): the Delphi and nominal group techniques. The Delphi is a survey technique for decision making among isolated respondents while the nominal group technique (NGT) is a highly controlled small group process for the generation of ideas.
- DELPHI METHOD
The Delphi technique article provides details about a method used to gather opinions on a specific research question. And how to captures the collective opinion of a group of experts without requiring them to physically assemble.
- THE DELPHI TECHNIQUE: TUTORIALS AND FUNDAMENTALS
This article provides details of Delphi Technique and how it useful research methodology.
- DELPHI TECHNIQUE A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE
This article looks at how to run a Delphi session. Upon completing this guide, you will be able to run a session enabling you to predict future events and their likely impact on your projects.
- DELPHI METHOD ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
This article explains Delphi consensus method advantages and disadvantages to help you decide if this approach is well suited for your research question or problem.
- DELPHI TECHNIQUE STEPS - EXAMPLES AND DEFINITION
This article evaluates the Delphi technique as an alternative way to
gain consensus on issues related to administration, policy
implementation, market evaluation, strategic management, change
management, and other matters that require a solution. The Delphi
technique steps are examined and discussed in-depth.
- DELPHI METHOD
This guidelines provide treatment protocols, and when there is limited or conflicting evidence. The Delphi technique is becoming a popular research strategy in healthcare because it allows to analyze both qualitative and quantitative data.
- DELPHI TECHNIQUE IN HEALTH SCIENCES: A MAP
Delphi techniques are used internationally to investigate a wide variety of issues. The aim is to develop an expert-based judgment about an epistemic question. This is based on the assumption that a group of experts and the multitude of associated perspectives will produce a more valid result than a judgment given by an individual expert, even if this expert is the best in his or her field.
- THE DELPHI METHOD AND HEALTH RESEARCH
This paper measures the current interest in the method by way of a literature review.
- DELPHI METHOD IN HEALTHCARE
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