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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25803668/midlife-women-s-symptom-cluster-heuristics-evaluation-of-an-ipad-application-for-data-collection
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Nancy Fugate Woods, Rita Ismail, Lauri A Linder, Catherine Fiona Macpherson
OBJECTIVE: This study aims to elicit midlife women's heuristics about symptom clusters they were experiencing, as identified by the Computerized Symptom Capture Tool for Menopause (C-SCAT M). METHODS: Women aged 40 to 60 years who were experiencing symptoms that they associated with menopause were recruited through flyers posted on campus and in clinics. Women completed the C-SCAT M application (app), using an iPad, by identifying and drawing symptom clusters they experienced during the last 24 hours, indicating relationships among symptoms, prioritizing the clusters and symptoms within them, making causal attributions, and identifying exacerbating and ameliorating factors...
October 2015: Menopause: the Journal of the North American Menopause Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24237048/the-process-and-utility-of-classification-and-regression-tree-methodology-in-nursing-research
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Lisa Kuhn, Karen Page, John Ward, Linda Worrall-Carter
AIM: This paper presents a discussion of classification and regression tree analysis and its utility in nursing research. BACKGROUND: Classification and regression tree analysis is an exploratory research method used to illustrate associations between variables not suited to traditional regression analysis. Complex interactions are demonstrated between covariates and variables of interest in inverted tree diagrams. DESIGN: Discussion paper...
June 2014: Journal of Advanced Nursing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24103146/quantitative-and-qualitative-analysis-of-study-related-patient-information-sheets-in-randomised-neuro-oncology-phase-iii-trials
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Christiane Reinert, Lukas Kremmler, Susen Burock, Ulrich Bogdahn, Wolfgang Wick, Christoph H Gleiter, Michael Koller, Peter Hau
INTRODUCTION: In randomised controlled trials (RCTs), patient informed consent documents are an essential cornerstone of the study flow. However, these documents are often oversized in format and content. Clinical experience suggests that study information sheets are often not used as an aid to decision-making due to their complexity. MATERIAL AND METHODS: We analysed nine patient informed consent documents from clinical neuro-oncological phase III-studies running at a German Brain Tumour Centre with the objective to investigate the quality of these documents...
January 2014: European Journal of Cancer
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22176717/evaluating-meta-ethnography-systematic-analysis-and-synthesis-of-qualitative-research
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REVIEW
R Campbell, P Pound, M Morgan, G Daker-White, N Britten, R Pill, L Yardley, C Pope, J Donovan
BACKGROUND: Methods for reviewing and synthesising findings from quantitative research studies in health care are well established. Although there is recognition of the need for qualitative research to be brought into the evidence base, there is no consensus about how this should be done and the methods for synthesising qualitative research are at a relatively early stage of development. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate meta-ethnography as a method for synthesising qualitative research studies in health and health care...
December 2011: Health Technology Assessment: HTA
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21040529/communication-about-environmental-health-risks-a-systematic-review
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Donna Fitzpatrick-Lewis, Jennifer Yost, Donna Ciliska, Shari Krishnaratne
BACKGROUND: Using the most effective methods and techniques for communicating risk to the public is critical. Understanding the impact that different types of risk communication have played in real and perceived public health risks can provide information about how messages, policies and programs can and should be communicated in order to be most effective. The purpose of this systematic review is to identify the effectiveness of communication strategies and factors that impact communication uptake related to environmental health risks...
2010: Environmental Health: a Global Access Science Source
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15588029/an-ontology-on-property-for-physical-chemical-and-biological-systems
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René Dybkaer
Current metrological literature, including the International vocabulary of basic and general terms in metrology (VIM 1993), presents a special language slowly evolved without consistent use of the procedures of terminological work; furthermore, nominal properties are excluded by definition. Both deficiencies create problems in fields, such as laboratory medicine, which have to report results of all types of property, preferably in a unified systematic format. The present text aims at forming a domain ontology around "property", with intensional definitions and systematic terms, mainly using the terminological tools--with some additions--provided by the International Standards ISO 704, 1087-1, and 10241...
2004: APMIS. Supplementum
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