Faculty of Health

School of Nursing and Midwifery

The Deakin Centre for Quality and Risk Management in Health: A Joanna Briggs Collaborating Centre

Systematic Reviews

Systematic reviews are a comprehensive survey of a focussed question in which all of the primary studies of the highest level of evidence are systematically identified, appraised and then summarized according to an explicit and reproducible methodology. Systematic reviews differ from traditional reviews and commentaries produced by ‘content experts’ in that they adhere to a scientific methodology which seeks to minimise bias and errors.

The Systematic Review Team from the Centre is involved in carrying out a number of systematic reviews using the JBI methodology. These are set out as below.

 Title

 Review Team

 Protocol Number

Status 

End Date 

A systematic review of the effectiveness of current interventions to assist adults with heart failure to comply with therapy and enhance self-care behaviours.
Kent B, Cull E, Phillips N
First published:04 Dec 2011; 9(59): 2572-2626
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Emily Cull, Nikki Phillips, Bridie Kent

  SR364

Review completed; published in JBI Library of Systematic reviews.

January 2011

Post-anaesthetic discharge scoring criteria: A systematic review
Phillips N , Haesler E, Street M, Kent B
First published:04 Aug 2011; 9(41): 1679-1713 Download PDF

Nikki Phillips, Emily Haesler, Maryann Street, Bridie Kent

SR395

Review completed; published in JBI Library of Systematic reviews.

June 2011

Use of mobility subscale for risk assessment of pressure ulcer incidence and preventive interventions: A systematic review
Mordiffi S, Kent B, Phillips N, Tho P
First published:20 Nov 2011; 9(56): 2417-2481
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Siti Zubaidah Mordiffi, Poh Chi Tho, Bridie Kent, Nikki Phillips

 SR393

 Review completed; published in JBI Library of Systematic reviews.

October 2011

The systematic review of the effectiveness and meaningfulness of telephone pre-operative assessment for adults. http://connect.jbiconnectplus.org/ViewSourceFile.aspx?0=6614

Susan Ireland, Bridie Kent

JBI6614 

Review completed; published in JBI Library of Systematic reviews.

October 2011

Nurses’ experiences of ethical preparedness for catastrophic public health emergencies and health care disasters; a systematic review of qualitative evidence.

Megan-Jane Johnstone and Sue Turale

PRO494 Protocol approved, review in progress Dec 2012
The experience of new mothers who are separated from their newborn infants: a qualitative systematic review Sara Stelfox and Cate Nagle. PRO490 Protocol approved, review in progress Dec 2012
Risk factors for incident delirium in acute medical in-patients. A systematic review

Emily Cull, Bridie Kent, Nikki Phillips,Renata Mistarz

JBI7082 Protocol approved, review in progress Dec 2012
The clinical effectiveness of hourly rounding on fall-related incidents involving adult patients in an acute care setting: a systematic review. Trish Mant, Trisha Dunning, Alison Hutchinson JBI7110 Protocol approved, review in progress April 2013

Renal access coordinators' impact on haemodialysis patient outcomes and associated service delivery: A systematic review.

Monica Schoch,
Paul Bennett, Renee Fiolet, Bridie Kent,Catherine Au,

PRO713 Protocol under peer review February 2013

 

 

 

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10th October 2012