Research Impact: This meta-ethnography protocol outlines methods to synthesize adolescents’ perspectives on engaging with post-primary school-based suicide prevention (PSSP) interventions, as participants/end-users, intervention advisors, facilitators, and co-designers and co-researchers. Identified full texts will be reviewed by ≥two reviewers, included findings will be synthesized consistent with Noblit’s and Hare’s seven-stage process for meta-ethnography and evaluated using the Critical Appraisal Skills Program (CASP) checklist. Understanding adolescents’ experiences of engaging with PSSP will enhance research processes and intervention effectiveness/implementation, inform decision-making and policymaking, guide meaningful adolescent involvement in PSSP, and, contribute to knowledge on the safety implications of engaging adolescents in PSSP.
Walsh EH, Herring MP, McMahon J (2023). Exploring Adolescents’ Perspectives on and Experiences with Post Primary School-based Suicide Prevention Interventions: A Meta-Ethnography Protocol. Systematic Reviews. doi.org/10.1186/s13643-022-02166-1. (IF: 3.136; C=3; Q2 Medicine, General & Internal; R=80/172) DOI: 10.1186/s13643-022-02166-1