6 Works

The impact of funding models on the integration of registered nurses in primary health care teams: protocol for a multi-phase mixed-methods study in Canada

Maria Mathews, Sarah Spencer, Lindsay Hedden, Julia Lukewich, Marie-Eve Poitras, Emily Gard Marshall, Judith Belle Brown, Shannon Sibbald & Alison A. Norful
Abstract Background Family practice registered nurses co-managing patient care as healthcare professionals in interdisciplinary primary care teams have been shown to improve access, continuity of care, patient satisfaction, and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic diseases while being cost-effective. Currently, however, it is unclear how different funding models support or hinder the integration of family practice nurses into existing primary health care systems and interdisciplinary practices. This has resulted in the underutilisation of family practice...

The impact of funding models on the integration of registered nurses in primary health care teams: protocol for a multi-phase mixed-methods study in Canada

Maria Mathews, Sarah Spencer, Lindsay Hedden, Julia Lukewich, Marie-Eve Poitras, Emily Gard Marshall, Judith Belle Brown, Shannon Sibbald & Alison A. Norful
Abstract Background Family practice registered nurses co-managing patient care as healthcare professionals in interdisciplinary primary care teams have been shown to improve access, continuity of care, patient satisfaction, and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic diseases while being cost-effective. Currently, however, it is unclear how different funding models support or hinder the integration of family practice nurses into existing primary health care systems and interdisciplinary practices. This has resulted in the underutilisation of family practice...

The experience of patient partners in research: a qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis

Jonathan Lauzon-Schnittka, Sophie Audette-Chapdelaine, Denis Boutin, Catherine Wilhelmy, Anne-Marie Auger & Magaly Brodeur
Abstract Context Patient engagement in research consists in involving patients as partners across the research cycle. This practice has quickly become an international standard, with funding bodies actively encouraging it. As the increased incentive to engage patients can lead to tokenistic partnerships, it is important to consider the experiences of patient-partners. Objective To synthesize the qualitative literature on the experience of patients as partners in research. Design A systematic review of the literature with thematic...

The experience of patient partners in research: a qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis

Jonathan Lauzon-Schnittka, Sophie Audette-Chapdelaine, Denis Boutin, Catherine Wilhelmy, Anne-Marie Auger & Magaly Brodeur
Abstract Context Patient engagement in research consists in involving patients as partners across the research cycle. This practice has quickly become an international standard, with funding bodies actively encouraging it. As the increased incentive to engage patients can lead to tokenistic partnerships, it is important to consider the experiences of patient-partners. Objective To synthesize the qualitative literature on the experience of patients as partners in research. Design A systematic review of the literature with thematic...

Randomized controlled trials in de-implementation research: a systematic scoping review

Aleksi J. Raudasoja, Petra Falkenbach, Robin W. M. Vernooij, Jussi M. J. Mustonen, Arnav Agarwal, Yoshitaka Aoki, Marco H. Blanker, Rufus Cartwright, Herney A. Garcia-Perdomo, Tuomas P. Kilpeläinen, Olli Lainiala, Tiina Lamberg, Olli P. O. Nevalainen, Eero Raittio, Patrick O. Richard, Philippe D. Violette, Jorma Komulainen, Raija Sipilä & Kari A. O. Tikkinen
Abstract Background Healthcare costs are rising, and a substantial proportion of medical care is of little value. De-implementation of low-value practices is important for improving overall health outcomes and reducing costs. We aimed to identify and synthesize randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on de-implementation interventions and to provide guidance to improve future research. Methods MEDLINE and Scopus up to May 24, 2021, for individual and cluster RCTs comparing de-implementation interventions to usual care, another intervention, or...

Randomized controlled trials in de-implementation research: a systematic scoping review

Aleksi J. Raudasoja, Petra Falkenbach, Robin W. M. Vernooij, Jussi M. J. Mustonen, Arnav Agarwal, Yoshitaka Aoki, Marco H. Blanker, Rufus Cartwright, Herney A. Garcia-Perdomo, Tuomas P. Kilpeläinen, Olli Lainiala, Tiina Lamberg, Olli P. O. Nevalainen, Eero Raittio, Patrick O. Richard, Philippe D. Violette, Jorma Komulainen, Raija Sipilä & Kari A. O. Tikkinen
Abstract Background Healthcare costs are rising, and a substantial proportion of medical care is of little value. De-implementation of low-value practices is important for improving overall health outcomes and reducing costs. We aimed to identify and synthesize randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on de-implementation interventions and to provide guidance to improve future research. Methods MEDLINE and Scopus up to May 24, 2021, for individual and cluster RCTs comparing de-implementation interventions to usual care, another intervention, or...

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  • Université de Sherbrooke
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  • Columbia University
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  • University of Valle
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  • University of Fukui
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  • University of Groningen
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  • Dalhousie University
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  • Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke
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  • Simon Fraser University
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  • McMaster University
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  • Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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