Funding for this research was provided by:
Wellcome Trust (104438/Z/14/Z)
Text and Data Mining valid from 2019-04-26
Received: 15 January 2019
Accepted: 25 March 2019
First Online: 26 April 2019
: BB, TB and NI are academic primary care physicians. They have extensive experience as recipients, practitioners, and researchers of feedback. BB is expert in informatics-based feedback interventions. TB is expert in qualitative research methods. NI led the latest Cochrane review on feedback, and is internationally recognised as a leading authority on feedback interventions.WG is a PhD candidate in Health Informatics, whose thesis focuses on evaluating feedback interventions.SNV and NP are Health Informatics researchers. They have conducted influential systematic reviews on feedback interventions, and have extensive experience as practitioners and researchers of feedback – particularly in the fields of cardiac rehabilitation and intensive care. Their work has led to the national adoption of feedback interventions across The Netherlands.JJ, FL and JP are academic psychologists and experts in behaviour change theory. They have extensive experience as practitioners and researchers of feedback. They have been involved in national trials in the UK aiming to optimise feedback regarding blood transfusions in hospital.GDW is an experienced qualitative researcher and expert in its meta-synthesis. He has written influential guidance on meta-synthesis methods.BB, NI, WG, NP, JJ, FL, and JP are founding members of the A&F MetaLab (ExternalRef removed): an international network of researchers promoting and facilitating the advancement of feedback research.
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