SPIDER is a search strategy for finding research to answer a mixed-method qualitative research question.
Now that you have your qualitative research questions broken into SPiDER, you can now think about your search strategy and search terms.
For example, in the qualitative research question, "What are the barriers felt by clinicians that lead to the reluctance to use EBP in practice?"
|Sample||Phenomenon of Interest||Design||Evaluation||Research|
|clinician* OR health care professional OR health care provider||evidence-based practice OR EBP||interview* OR focus group*||barrier* OR hinder* OR resist*||phenomenology|
NOTE: You might not use all these terms in your search.
FINAL BOOLEAN SEARCH:
(clinician* OR health care professional OR health care provider) AND (evidence-based practice OR EBP) AND (interview* OR focus group*) AND (barrier* OR hinder* OR resist*) AND phenomenology
Cooke, A., Smith, D., & Booth, A. (2012). Beyond PICO: The SPIDER tool for qualitative evidence synthesis. Quality Health Research, 22(10), 1435-1443. doi: 10.1177/1049732312452938