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A randomized controlled trial of storytelling as a communication tool aimed at parents of children presenting to the emergency department with croupDownload
Background: Stories may be an effective tool to communicate with and influence patients because of their ability to engage the reader. Objectives: To develop story booklets and evaluate their effectiveness compared to standard information sheets for parents of children attending the emergency...
A protocol for a systematic review of the use of process evaluations in knowledge translation researchDownload
Background Experimental designs for evaluating knowledge translation (KT) interventions for professional behavior change can provide strong estimates of intervention effectiveness but offer limited insight how the intervention worked or not. Furthermore, trials provide little insight into the...
BACKGROUND: Previous systematic reviews have not shown clear benefit of glucocorticoids for acute viral bronchiolitis, but their use remains considerable. Recent large trials add substantially to current evidence and suggest novel glucocorticoid-including treatment approaches. OBJECTIVES: To...
A descriptive analysis of child-relevant systematic reviews in the Cochrane Database of Systematic ReviewsDownload
Background: Systematic reviews (SRs) are considered an important tool for decision-making. There has been no recent comprehensive identification or description of child-relevant SRs. A description of existing child-relevant SRs would help to identify the extent of available child-relevant...
Objective: To identify the beneficial attributes and mechanisms of storytelling through understanding the parental experiences of using a storybook knowledge translation intervention. Method: An exploratory descriptive design involving 23 parents of children presenting to two emergency...
Advancing knowledge of rapid reviews: an analysis of results, conclusions and recommendations from published review articles examining rapid reviewsDownload
BACKGROUND: Rapid review (RR) products are inherently appealing as they are intended to be less time-consuming and resource-intensive than traditional systematic reviews (SRs); however, there is concern about the rigor of methods and reliability of results. In 2013 to 2014, a workgroup comprising...
The Effects of Audience Response Systems on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education:Download
This poster describes a systematic review of the literature related to the effects of audience response sytems on learning outcomes in health professions education.
The Effects of Audience Response Systems on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education: a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review
The Effects of Audience Response Systems on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education: a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Systematic ReviewDownload
This review demonstrates that audience response systems have a positive impact on knowledge based learning outcomes with the most significant impact being observed when compared to non-interactive teaching methods. Learner reaction to the ARS was nearly all positive. A formal meta-analysis is...
Introduction: Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) was established to address a knowledge-to-practice gap in the emergency care of children. An Evidence Repository (guidelines, Cochrane systematic reviews, key studies) and Bottom Line Recommendations (diagnosis and treatment guidance)...
Teaching Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills: A Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review of Techniques and Their Efficacy
Teaching Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills: A Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review of Techniques and Their EfficacyDownload
This review provides supportive evidence for the use of several instructional methods to teach MSK skills with most studies supporting patient educator, interactive small group teaching and computer assisted learning. As class sizes grow, interest in the use of alternate instructional methods is...