|dc.identifier.citation||Alamgir, A. K. M., Nudel, S., & Abojedi, A. (2022). A Practice-based Methodology on Conducting a Collaborative Scoping Review with PRISMA-ScR Model for the Separated Refugee Youth Project. Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, 28(2), 23-33. https://doi.org/10.9734/jsrr/2022/v28i230498||en_US
|dc.description||This article comes from a CYRRC-funded project examining the impact of family loss or separation on refugee youth.
Keywords: Critical appraisal in scoping review, PRISMA-ScR, Collaborative design,
Community-based research, Separated refugee youth, and Vulnerable population.||en_US
|dc.description.abstract||Considering the novelty of the area of a 2-year study on impact of family loss and
separation on refugee youth in Toronto, the research team decided to conduct a scoping
review of the existing literature as a foundation document that included the extent,
range, geography, and nature of research on the topic of interest.
A collaborative co-design approach for this review bought in wisdom from relevant
stakeholders. Arksey and O’Malley’s framework was modified for this scoping review
that substantively identified the extent and magnitude of past research, research gaps,
and best practice models for conducting such exploratory research on novel ideas. This
framework yielded desired output, such as selection and characteristics of sources of
evidence, critical appraisal within sources of evidence, and synthesis of results for the
next steps of the research. Prudent researchers and professionals in this area of
research, service provider agencies, and a university librarian were consulted. The
PRISMA-ScR model saved time and ensured the appropriate yield of the search items.
The quality of the review process was evaluated by the Critical Appraisal Skills
Programme (CASP) Qualitative Studies Checklist tool.
This article displays a practical example of how the scoping review process was
instrumental in a community-based research project with separated refugee youth to
generate the foundational evidence for broader research. This quality-embedded
process of collecting and charting data for a scoping review is transferable to similar
research initiatives. The flexibility and reproducibility of this review method is
|dc.relation.ispartof||Journal of Scientific Research & Reports||en_US
|dc.title||A practice-based methodology on conducting a collaborative scoping review with PRISMA-ScR model for the separated refugee youth project||en_US