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A meta-synthesis was conducted to explore the effect of bridging programs in internationally educated nurses (IENs). This meta-synthesis used a grounded theory design. Of the initial1,372 papers retrieved from CINAHL, Medline, ERIC, Scopus and Web of Science, eight papers were selected that...
Objectives: 1. To identify items used in peer reviewed mobile app rating scales. 2. To identify factors important to patients, clinicians, and app developers in evaluating the quality of mental health apps.
Research and Clinical Application of the Menopause-specific Quality of Life (MENQOL) Questionnaire: a comprehensive systematic reviewDownload
This study reviews the literature surrounding the use of the Meonpause-specific Quality of Life questionnaire (MENQOL). One hundred sixty-six articles were included in the qualitative and quantitiative analyses for this study. The study revealed that the tool has been used extensively and...
Poster at 8th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference
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...
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...