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Table 1 Selected articles

From: A qualitative systematic review on the experiences of homelessness among older adults

Author and Year Sample design City/Country Participant Characteristics
Reynolds, Isaak, DeBoer, et al. (2016) [21] n = 14 Qualitative research methods were guided by Grounded theory methodology Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal and Moncton / Canada Homeless older people between ages 46–57 years.
Waldbrook (2015) [22] n = 29 A mixed method study conducted using in-depth interviews within a theoretical constructivist paradigm Toronto /Canada 16 male, 12 female, 1 transgender, ages between 45 and 65+ with a history of homelessness.
Grenier, Sussman and Barken, et al. (2016) [15] n = 40 Mixed methods study, semi-structured interviews USA 14 people with history of homelessness, 26 new to homelessness, aged between 46 and 76 years
Burns and Sussman (2019) [23] n = 15 Constructivist grounded theory, in- depth interviews USA 8 male, 7 female experiencing late-life homelessness, aged between 50 and 80
Viwatpanich (2015) [24] n = 60 Mixed methods, in-depth interviews Thailand 32 male, 28 female, Homeless, mean age 61.7 years
Molinari, Brown and Frahm et al. (2013) [13] n = 45 Mixed methods, focus group and semi-structured interviews USA Homeless veterans aged between 49 and 72
Bazari, A., Patanwala, M., Kaplan et al. (2018) [25] n = 20 Longitudinal study, qualitative, semi-structured interviews USA Homeless adults, aged 50+