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Record ID: b0aaec9d-d1d5-4ce5-ac36-72461d9ed0dc
Web resource: https://evidenceportal.au/methods/#research-reports
Type: Report
Title: ANROWS Instrument for assessing Risk of bias in quantitative Impact Studies (ANROWS-IRIS): Risk of bias tool guidance document
Authors: Higginson, Angela
Eggins, Elizabeth
Hine, Lorelei
Watt, Elizabeth
Bell, Charlotte
Institutional author: Higginson, Angela
Eggins, Elizabeth
Hine, Lorelei
Watt, Elizabeth
Bell, Charlotte
Keywords: Violence against women
ANRA Topic: Data development
Drivers of violence against women
Perpetrator interventions
Sexual violence and sexual harassment
ANRA Population: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
Children and young people population
Culturally and linguistically diverse communities
General population
LGBTQ communities
Older women
People with disability
Rural and remote communities
Year: 7-Sep-2023
metadata.dc.date: 2023-09-16
Publisher: ANROWS
Citation: Higginson, A., Eggins, E., Hine, L., Watt, E., & Bell, C. (2023). ANROWS Instrument for assessing Risk of bias in quantitative Impact Studies (ANROWS-IRIS): Risk of bias tool guidance document (Evidence Portal guidance document, EP.23.03/1). ANROWS.
Abstract:  The ANROWS Instrument for assessing Risk of bias in quantitative Impact Studies (ANROWS-IRIS) is a bespoke risk of bias tool developed as part of the ANROWS Evidence Portal. It has been designed for use with the quantitative impact evaluations included in the ANROWS Evidence Portal as well as for systematic reviews in the social and psychological sciences more broadly. The tool is designed to be applied to quantitative impact evaluations of interventions to critically appraise them across six domains that collectively examine whether the design, reporting and implementation of an evaluation study can support the conclusion that the intervention caused a change in the measured outcomes, or if study flaws are likely to lead to over- or underestimates of the effect of the intervention.
URI: https://anrows.intersearch.com.au/anrowsjspui/handle/1/22654
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