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A scoring system for appraising mixed methods research, and concomitantly appraising qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods primary studies in Mixed Studies Reviews.
UNLABELLED A new form of literature review has emerged, Mixed Studies Review (MSR). These reviews include qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods studies. In the present paper, we examine MSRs inExpand
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Why Are Health Care Interventions Delivered Over the Internet? A Systematic Review of the Published Literature
Background As Internet use grows, health interventions are increasingly being delivered online. Pioneering researchers are using the networking potential of the Internet, and several of them haveExpand
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Effects of the Diabetes Manual 1:1 structured education in primary care
Aims  To determine the effects of the Diabetes Manual on glycaemic control, diabetes‐related distress and confidence to self‐care of patients with Type 2 diabetes.
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Evaluating recovery following hip fracture: a qualitative interview study of what is important to patients
Objective To explore what patients consider important when evaluating their recovery from hip fracture and to consider how these priorities could be used in the evaluation of the quality of hipExpand
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Resilience and depression: perspectives from primary care
Resilience refers to the capacity for successful adaptation or change in the face of adversity. This concept has rarely been applied to the study of distress and depression. We propose two keyExpand
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A trajectory-based approach to understand the factors associated with persistent depressive symptoms in primary care.
BACKGROUND Depression screening in primary care yields high numbers. Knowledge of how depressive symptoms change over time is limited, making decisions about type, intensity, frequency and length ofExpand
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New networked technologies and carers of people with dementia : an interview study
Dementia is one of the greatest contemporary health and social care challenges, and novel approaches to the care of its sufferers are needed. New information and communication technologies (ICT) haveExpand
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I got pregnant, I was so like ... crying inside ...: experiences of women of Pakistani ancestry seeking contraception in the UK
South Asian women in Britain are less likely to use contraception than women in other ethnic groups. Previous studies have identified a lack of knowledge combined with low levels of English languageExpand
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Maps, Models, and Narratives
Many researchers within the social sciences, medicine, and humanities have examined the ways people talk and think about depression. In their research and published literature they have attempted toExpand
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