There are many other frameworks for conceptualizing your question (From Monash University Library):
BeHEMoTh- Behavior of interest, Health context, Exclusions, Models or Theories
- Booth, A., & Carroll, C. (2015). Systematic searching for theory to inform systematic reviews: is it feasible? Is it desirable?. Health Information & Libraries Journal, 32(3), 220-235.
ECLIPSE- Expectation/Client group/Location/Impact/Professionals/Service (Evaluating services)
- Wildridge, V., & Bell, L. (2002). How CLIP became ECLIPSE: a mnemonic to assist in searching for health policy/management information. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 19(2), 113-115. doi: 10.1046/j.1471-1842.2002.00378.x
FINER- Feasibility, Interesting, Novel, Ethical, Relevant
- Cummings, S. R., Browner, W. S., & Hulley, S. B. (1988) Conceiving the research question. In S. B. Hulley, & S. R. Cummings SR (Eds), Designing Clinical Research. (pp. 12 - 17). Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins
SPIDER- Sample/Phenomenon of Interest/Design/Evaluation/Research type (Qualitative studies)
- Cooke, A., Smith, D., & Booth, A. (2012). Beyond PICO: The SPIDER tool for qualitative evidence synthesis. Qualitative Health Research, 22(10), 1435-1443. doi: 10.1177/1049732312452938
SPICE- Setting/Perspective (or Population)/Intervention/Comparison/Evaluation (Evaluating outcomes of a specific intervention)
- Palazuelos, D., Ellis, K., DaEun Im, D., Peckarsky, M., Schwarz, D., Bertrand Farmer, D., & Diane Mitnick, C. (2013). 5-SPICE: the application of an original framework for community health worker program design, quality improvement and research agenda setting. Global Health Action, 6(1), 19658.
Even More Frameworks
5 Ws 1 H: Who, What, When, Where, Why & How
- What exactly will you do?
- What is the action?
- What do you intend to impact?
- Who is responsible for carrying out the action?
- What are you intending to impact or who is your target population?
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