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Scoping review of sabotage and/or tampering in the NHS
|Statement||Anne-Marie Bagnall...[et al.].|
|Contributions||Bagnall, Anne-Marie., Centre for Reviews and Dissemination., National Patient Safety Agency.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
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The aim of the scoping review was to map the literature relating to sabotage or tampering. Methods As far as possible the scoping review was undertaken in accordance with CRD’s Guidelines for Undertaking Systematic Reviews.
Different types of evidence were considered to reflect the existing literature investigating sabotage or tampering. A scoping review on sabotage or tampering (within the NHS) with intent to injure was commissioned by the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA).
This followed reports of blocked anaesthetic tubing during surgical procedures, which could have been the result of deliberate sabotage. A scoping review on sabotage or tampering (within the NHS) with intent to injure was commissioned\ud by the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA). Book.
Full-text available. Jan ; Scoping review of sabotage and/or tampering in the NHS. May Anne-Marie Bagnall The aim of the scoping review was to map the literature relating. Scoping Review of Sabotage and/or Tampering in the NHS - CRD Report No.
25 (Paperback) Centre for Reviews and Dissemination £ Paperback. icism regarding scoping review procedures is the inatten-tion to the quality of the studies being included and then reported in the scoping review (Daudt et al., ; Levac et al., ).
Unlike in the more traditional systematic reviews, the parameters for scoping reviews do not call typically for a critique of the methodological quality of. In these videos from a Cochrane Learning Live webinar delivered in partnership with GESI: the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative, Dr Andrea C.
Tricco presents the definition of a scoping review, examples of scoping reviews, steps of the scoping review process, and methods used in scoping reviews from the literature. In the second video, Kafayat Oboirien presents her experiences of. Scoping review of sabotage and/or tampering in the NHS.
Article. Julie Glanville. A Sowden. A scoping review on sabotage or tampering (within the NHS) with. Scoping review of sabotage and/or tampering in the NHS () £ Predictors of delay in seeking medical help in patients with suspected heart attack, and interventions to reduce delay: A systematic review () £ The popularity of Chinese herbal medicines (CHMs) demands a critical analysis of safety issues.
The aim of this systematic review is to summarize data regarding adulterations of CHMs with conventional drugs. Literature searches were carried out in six databases.
Articles containing original data on adulterations were considered without language restrictions. NHS Centre for Reviews & Dissemination.
Title(s): Scoping review of sabotage and/or tampering in the NHS/ commissioned by the National Patient Safety Agency ; produced by the Centre for Reviews & Dissemination, University of York ; Anne Marie Bagnall [et al.]. Country of Publication: England Publisher: York: University of York, NHS Centre.
This scoping review of reviews is a novel approach that offers a feasible means for synthesising a wide range of research literature specific to tobacco control strategies within the domain of primary prevention.
As this will be a first scoping review of reviews within this topic area, our results will advance the scoping review methodology. Shifting schedules: A systematic review of the health and wellbeing effects of redesigning shift work schedules.
Bambra, C., Petticrew, M., Whitehead, M., Sowden, A. Potential value of systematic reviews of qualitative evidence in informing user-centred health and social care: findings from a descriptive overview Dalton, J., Booth, A., Noyes, J.
& Sowden, A. J., 24 Apr Review article in Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. The scoping review has become increasingly popular as a form of knowledge synthesis. However, a lack of consensus on scoping review terminology, definition, methodology, and reporting limits the potential of this form of synthesis.
In this article, we propose recommendations to further advance the field of scoping review methodology. RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access A scoping review on the conduct and reporting of scoping reviews Andrea C.
Tricco1,2*, Erin Lillie1, Wasifa Zarin1, Kelly O’Brien3,4, Heather Colquhoun5, Monika Kastner1,2, Danielle Levac6, Carmen Ng1, Jane Pearson Sharpe1, Katherine Wilson1, Meghan Kenny1, Rachel Warren1, Charlotte Wilson1, Henry T.
Stelfox7 and Sharon E. Straus1,8. Scoping reviews (also known as mapping reviews) are exploratory research projects that systematically map the literature on a topic by identifying key concepts, theories and sources of evidence that inform practice in the field.
Main objectives of scoping reviews are to identify gaps in the current research and highlight areas that require further inquiry. A scoping review of scoping reviews: advancing the approach and enhancing the consistency Mai T. Pham,a,b*† Andrijana Rajić,a,c Judy D. Greig,b Jan M.
Sargeant,a,d Andrew Papadopoulosa and Scott A. McEwena Background: The scoping review has become an increasingly popular approach for synthesizing research.
But today I’d like to focus more on why do we self sabotage and how to stop it. The thing is that because self sabotage takes on a variety of forms, some low level like being open to being distracted and some much higher stakes like self harm, the reasons behind the self sabotage are often just as varied and complicated.
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Product tampering is intriguing from a criminological perspective because motives behind tampering span such a diverse spectrum - from terrorism, corporate sabotage, and extortion to petit theft and malicious mischief.
Tampering cases can also be difficult to prosecute, especially if the crime seems to be a random act with no readily identifiable motive.