Use of nominal group technique methods in the virtual setting: A reflective account and recommendations for practice

Duncan Smith*, Martin Cartwright, Judith Dyson, Leanne M. Aitken

*Corresponding author for this work

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    Abstract

    Nominal Group Technique (NGT) methods involve the use of structured activities within groups comprised of purposefully selected stakeholders (nominal groups), with the broad aim of achieving a level of consensus and prioritising information. In this paper, we will report how we facilitated nominal groups, using Microsoft Teams, to prioritise content for a theory-based behaviour change intervention. Our methods are described and underpinned with relevant literature. Practical suggestions are offered based on our experience of using this method.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalAustralian Critical Care
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 23 Oct 2023

    Keywords

    • Behavioural research
    • Consensus
    • Group processes
    • Nominal group technique
    • Nursing
    • Research design

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