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Pharmacist and data-driven quality improvement in primary care (P-DQIP): a qualitative study of anticipated implementation factors informed by the theoretical domains framework. (2020)
Journal Article
TANG, J., TOMA, M., GRAY, N.M., DELVAUX, J., GUTHRIE, B., GRANT, A., DUNCAN, E.M. and DREISCHULTE, T. 2020. Pharmacist and data-driven quality improvement in primary care (P-DQIP): a qualitative study of anticipated implementation factors informed by the theoretical domains framework. BMJ open [online], 10(2), article ID e033574. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-033574

Objectives: The quality and safety of drug therapy in primary care are global concerns. The Pharmacist and Data driven Quality Improvement in Primary care (P-DQIP) intervention aims to improve prescribing safety via an informatics tool which facilita... Read More about Pharmacist and data-driven quality improvement in primary care (P-DQIP): a qualitative study of anticipated implementation factors informed by the theoretical domains framework..

Barriers and enablers to implementation of pressure injury prevention in hospitalized adults: a mixed methods systematic review protocol. (2020)
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LIZARONDO, L., STERN, C., CARRIER, J., GODFREY, C., REIGER, K., SALMOND, S., APOSTOLO, J., KIRKPATRICK, P. and LOVEDAY, H. 2020. Barriers and enablers to implementation of pressure injury prevention in hospitalized adults: a mixed methods systematic review protocol. [Protocol]. JBI evidence synthesis [online], 18(10), pages 2134-2139. Available from: https://doi.org/10.11124/JBISRIR-D-19-00265

Objective: The objective of the proposed systematic review is to determine the barriers and enablers (or facilitators) to the implementation of pressure injury prevention among adults receiving care in the hospital setting. Introduction: Hospital-acq... Read More about Barriers and enablers to implementation of pressure injury prevention in hospitalized adults: a mixed methods systematic review protocol..

Self-disclosure: the invaluable grey area. (2020)
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WARRENDER, D. 2020. Self-disclosure: the invaluable grey area. British journal of mental health nursing [online], 9(2), pages 9-15. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12968/bjmh.2019.0010

Self-disclosure can be valuable in therapeutic relationships, though practitioners may feel apprehension around boundaries and worry what may be appropriate. This article asserts the importance of critical thinking around self-disclosure, emphasisin... Read More about Self-disclosure: the invaluable grey area..

Using aquablation to treat lower urinary tract symptoms in benign prostatic hyperplasia. (2020)
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KENNEDY, C. and PATERSON, C. 2020. Using aquablation to treat lower urinary tract symptoms in benign prostatic hyperplasia. American journal of nursing [online], 120(1), page 7. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1097/01.NAJ.0000652016.44157.19

This is a summary by the authors of a nursing care-related review of the Cochrane Review by Hwang, E.C., Jung, J.H., Borofsky, M., Kim, M.H. and Dahm, P. 2019. Aquablation of the prostate for the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms in men with... Read More about Using aquablation to treat lower urinary tract symptoms in benign prostatic hyperplasia..

Methodological guidance for the conduct of mixed methods systematic reviews. [JBI Evidence Synthesis] (2020)
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STERN, C., LIZARONDO, L., CARRIER, J., GODFREY, C., REIGER, K., SALMOND, S., APOSTOLO, J., KIRKPATRICK, P. and LOVEDAY, H. 2020. Methodological guidance for the conduct of mixed methods systematic reviews. JBI evidence synthesis [online], 18(10), pages 2108-2118. Available from: https://doi.org/10.11124/JBISRIR-D-19-00169

The objective of this paper is to outline the updated methodological approach for conducting a JBI mixed methods systematic review (MMSR) with a focus on data synthesis - specifically, methods related to how data are combined and the overall integrat... Read More about Methodological guidance for the conduct of mixed methods systematic reviews. [JBI Evidence Synthesis].

Routine exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation does not increase aerobic fitness: a CARE CR study. (2020)
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NICHOLS, S., TAYLOR, C., GOODMAN, T., PAGE, R., KALLVIKBACKA-BENNETT, A., NATION, F., CLARK, A.L., BIRKETT, S.T., CARROLL, S. and INGLE, L. 2020. Routine exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation does not increase aerobic fitness: a CARE CR study. International journal of cardiology [online], 305, pages 25-34. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijcard.2020.01.044

Recent evidence suggests that routine exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) may not lead to a substantial increase in estimated peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak). This could reduce the potential benefits of CR and explain why CR no longer improves pa... Read More about Routine exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation does not increase aerobic fitness: a CARE CR study..

Instruments for assessing nurses´ palliative care knowledge and skills in specialised care setting: an integrative review. (2020)
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SOIKKELI-JALONEN, A., STOLT, M., HUPLI, M., LEMETTI, T., KENNEDY, C., KYDD, A. and HAAVISTO, E. 2020. Instruments for assessing nurses´ palliative care knowledge and skills in specialised care setting: an integrative review. Journal of clinical nursing [online], 29(5-6), pages 736-757. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15146

Aims and objectives: To examine the content and reported psychometric properties of instruments for assessing nurses´ palliative care knowledge and skills in specialised healthcare units. Background: Knowledge of palliative care, and competence in th... Read More about Instruments for assessing nurses´ palliative care knowledge and skills in specialised care setting: an integrative review..

Qualitative exploration of the acceptability of a postnatal pelvic floor muscle training intervention to prevent urinary incontinence. (2020)
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GRANT, A. and CURRIE, S. 2020. Qualitative exploration of the acceptability of a postnatal pelvic floor muscle training intervention to prevent urinary incontinence. BMC women's health [online], 20, article ID 9. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12905-019-0878-z

Background: Childbirth is a major risk factor for urinary incontinence (UI). As a result, pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) is commonly recommended during and after pregnancy to prevent the onset of UI. PFMT is often classed as a physical activity... Read More about Qualitative exploration of the acceptability of a postnatal pelvic floor muscle training intervention to prevent urinary incontinence..

The psychological impact of Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis on patients' lives: a critically appraised topic. (2020)
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O'REILLY, P., KENNEDY, C., MESKELL, P., COFFEY, A., DELAUNOIS, I., DORE, L., HOWARD, S., RAMSAY, B., SCANLON, C., WILSON, D.M., WHELAN, B. and RYAN, S. 2020. The psychological impact of Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis on patients' lives: a critically appraised topic. British journal of dermatology [online], 183(3), pages 452-461. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/bjd.18746

Clinical scenario: A 65-year-old man presented with a 12-h history of deteriorating rash. Two weeks previously he had completed a course of neoadjuvant chemotherapy for ductal carcinoma of the breast. On examination there were bullae, widespread atyp... Read More about The psychological impact of Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis on patients' lives: a critically appraised topic..

Impact of canine-assisted interventions on the health and well-being of older people residing in long-term care: a mixed methods systematic review protocol. (2020)
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STERN, C., LIZARONDO, L., CARRIER, J., GODFREY, C., RIEGER, K., SALMOND, S., APOSTOLO, J., KIRKPATRICK, P. and LOVEDAY, H. 2020. Impact of canine-assisted interventions on the health and well-being of older people residing in long-term care: a mixed methods systematic review protocol. [Protocol]. JBI evidence synthesis [online], 18(10), pages 2140-2147. Available from: https://doi.org/10.11124/JBISRIR-D-19-00224

OBJECTIVE: The objective of this review is to synthesize and integrate the best available evidence on the impact of canine-assisted interventions on the health and well-being of older people residing in long-term care. INTRODUCTION: Canine-assisted i... Read More about Impact of canine-assisted interventions on the health and well-being of older people residing in long-term care: a mixed methods systematic review protocol..