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Registration of Systematic Review Titles
Please note: this register is for the use of JBI affiliated entities ONLY. Registration of a systematic review title on the JBI website is to promote collaboration between affiliated entities via highlighting current work to other JBI review authors and to recognise that the registered topic is currently in development to avoid any unintended and/or unnecessary duplication of research effort.
Registered systematic reviews that are currently underway are listed below. Protocols for these reviews may already be published or in preparation for publication within six months of initial registration. To avoid duplication, titles in this list should not be replicated by other review authors. Please contact the listed Primary Reviewer or the JBI Synthesis Science Unit if you would like further information about any of these registered reviews.
Registration of titles on this web page does not in any way constitute acceptance of the topic by JBI Evidence Synthesis.
|Title||Certified authors||Collaborating Entity or Institution||Date registered Sort descending||Custom text|
|Reablement and behavior change techniques: a scoping review||Maureen C. Ashe||JBI – The University of Adelaide||2020-06-25||
JBI – The University of Adelaide
Maureen C. Ashe
Adults and older adults receiving reablement.
|Silver versus iodine dressings for healing acute/chronic wounds: a systematic review of randomized clinical trials||Hongjuan Wang||Xiangya Center for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice & Healthcare Innovation: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-07-13||
Silver versus iodine dressings for healing acute/chronic wounds: a systematic review of randomized clinical trials
Xiangya Center for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice & Healthcare Innovation: A JBI Affiliated Group
1) Patients with wounds (in hospital or community); 2) The studies reporting the effects of silver versus iodine dressings on wound care outcomes; 3). Studies separated participants into at least one group receiving silver dressings treatment and one group receiving iodine dressings. 4). Studies that explored at least one of the following outcomes: wound healing (healing time) or wound improvement (wound area, healing rate, wound bed appearance & exudate management) or pain level or anti-infective efficacy (no growth in pus culture with a shorter time).
Intervention group receiving silver dressings treatment.
|Efficacy of the implementation of evidence-based practice within forensic radiography: a scoping review||Fiona MacGregor||Teesside Centre for Evidence informed Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-07-15||
Efficacy of the implementation of evidence-based practice within forensic radiography: a scoping review
Teesside Centre for Evidence informed Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group
Healthcare professionals involved in the forensic radiography, radiologists; diagnostic forensic radiographers, consultants, pathologists, coroners. No exclusion based on age and gender, only that they are involved in the management, delivery and facilitation of forensic radiographic practice. In additition those involved in the delivery of forensic radiography education, university lecturers, clinical facilitators, CPD forensic trainers.
Guidelines, protocols; Knowledge and awareness; Workplace culture; Multi-disciplinary team working
|Strategies and interventions that foster clinical leadership among registered nurses: a scoping review protocol||Chantille Isler||Memorial University School of Nursing Collaboration for Evidenced-Based Nursing and Primary Health Care: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-07-15||
Strategies and interventions that foster clinical leadership among registered nurses: a scoping review protocol
Memorial University School of Nursing Collaboration for Evidenced-Based Nursing and Primary Health Care: A JBI Affiliated Group
This review will consider studies that include registered nurses (RN) who provide direct care to patients in any clinical setting. Only studies that include RNs, that is, nurses who hold an RN designation as a result of successful completion of a diploma or university nursing program, will be considered. Studies that examine only nurses in formal leadership or advanced practice roles such as managers, nurse practitioners, and clinical nurse specialists will be excluded. If studies include mixed samples, they will only be considered if the results are explicit for RNs providing direct care.
|Living experiences of older patients with end-stage renal disease and their family caregivers during the end of life: a qualitative systematic review||Natsumi Shimizu||The Chiba University Centre for Evidence Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-07-17||
Living experiences of older patients with end-stage renal disease and their family caregivers during the end of life: a qualitative systematic review
The Chiba University Centre for Evidence Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group
The review will consider qualitative studies that include the experiences of those aged >65 years who have been diagnosed with ESRD and need dialysis. Studies including the experiences of their family caregivers in managing ESRD in older patients, as well as their interpretation of the older patient’s experiences, will be considered. Papers included in this review will include participates of the study that are i) ESRD patients over 65 years, ⅱ) their family caregivers and ⅲ) both the patients and their family caregivers. The search period will be not specified.
This review will consider studies that describe the experiences of ESRD older patients and their family caregivers. These include physical and/or psychosocial experiences, psychological reactions, financial burden, and disease complications. In addition, studies that investigate patient care and ability to manage disease, social activities, as well as met and unmet needs will be included. Their family caregivers’ interpretation of the patient’s experiences will also be considered. And the duration for the investigation is from initially facing the need for dialysis treatment to the terminal stage, regardless of their family caregiver’s age, sex and type of dialysis.
|The psychological impact of front-line health care workers affected by COVID-19 outbreak: a rapid review of the evidence||Xing Li||Xiangya Center for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice & Healthcare Innovation: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-07-21||
The psychological impact of front-line health care workers affected by COVID-19 outbreak: a rapid review of the evidence
Xiangya Center for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice & Healthcare Innovation: A JBI Affiliated Group
Front-line health care workers fighting in the COVID-19 pandemic. Physicians, nurses, technicians and allied health staff were all included in this review, as long as they were directly involved in the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19.
Facing this critical pandemic, healthcare workers on the front line who are directly involved in the diagnosis, treatment, and care of patients with COVID-19 are at risk of developing psychological distress and other mental health symptoms. There should be various risk factors which may make certain workers more susceptible to mental health problems.
|Hormone replacement therapy in transitioning transgender women: a scoping review||Claudia Haupt||Centre for Health Consumer Ethics and Evidence Based Gender Health Care||2020-07-22||
Centre for Health Consumer Ethics and Evidence Based Gender Health Care
Adult transgender women in transition (male to female).
Hormone Replacement Therapy with estradiol, antiandrogens and progesterone.
|Dose adjustment of iodinated contrast agent determined by lean body weight versus total body-weight for abdominopelvic CT protocol: a systematic review||Gulizia Marianna||Bureau d’Echange des Savoirs pour des praTiques exemplaires de soins (BEST): a JBI Centre of Excellence||2020-07-22||
Dose adjustment of iodinated contrast agent determined by lean body weight versus total body-weight for abdominopelvic CT protocol: a systematic review
Bureau d’Echange des Savoirs pour des praTiques exemplaires de soins (BEST): a JBI Centre of Excellence
Adult (>18 y.o) patient with abdominopelvic CT exam. There’s no restriction on patient morphology (height and weight). We include both sexes. General indication for CT imaging can include for example oncologic cases, diverticulitis, abdominal pain etc. However, the following indications are not included: vascular cases and indication requiring more than one injection.
Compare dose calculation based on lean body weight and total body weight for iodinated contrast media injected for abdominopelvic CT protocol. The effectiveness of calculation is evaluated with portal venous phase.
|CircRNAs as potent biomarkers in ovarian cancer properties: a scoping review||Zahra Foruzandeh||Iranian EBM Centre: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-07-27||
Iranian EBM Centre: A JBI Affiliated Group
Females with OC and related OC cell lines.
Circular RNA expression as Biomarkers with prognostic and diagnostic aims.
|Effectiveness of using the post-storage filter compared to pre-stock filter used for leukoreduction of blood components in the clinical outcomes of patients: a systematic review protocol||Natasha Dejigov Monteiro da Silva||The Brazilian Centre for Evidence-based Healthcare: A JBI Centre of Excellence||2020-07-27||
Effectiveness of using the post-storage filter compared to pre-stock filter used for leukoreduction of blood components in the clinical outcomes of patients: a systematic review protocol
The Brazilian Centre for Evidence-based Healthcare: A JBI Centre of Excellence
Natasha Dejigov Monteiro da Silva
This review will consider studies that include patients of any age, sex and race who received reduced blood transfusion.
Use of a post-storage filter (bedside) to remove leukocytes of any brand and type.