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How to use the nominal group and Delphi techniques
- Sara S. McMillan, M. King, M. Tully
- Geography, Medicine
- International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
- 5 February 2016
Introduction The Nominal Group Technique (NGT) and Delphi Technique are consensus methods used in research that is directed at problem-solving, idea-generation, or determining priorities. While… Expand
Outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of a clinical pharmacy intervention in 52 nursing homes.
- M. Roberts, J. Stokes, +8 authors C. D. Del Mar
- British journal of clinical pharmacology
- 1 March 2001
AIMS To evaluate whether a year long clinical pharmacy program involving development of professional relationships, nurse education on medication issues, and individualized medication reviews could… Expand
Using the Nominal Group Technique: how to analyse across multiple groups
- Sara S. McMillan, Fiona S Kelly, +4 authors A. Wheeler
- Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology
- 25 July 2014
Abstract The nominal group technique (NGT) is a method to elicit healthcare priorities. Yet, there is variability on how to conduct the NGT, and limited guidance on how to analyse a diverse sample of… Expand
Burden of treatment for chronic illness: a concept analysis and review of the literature
- Adem Sav, M. King, +5 authors A. Wheeler
- Health expectations : an international journal of…
- 1 June 2015
Treatment burden, the burden associated with the treatment and management of chronic illness, has not yet been well articulated.
'You say treatment, I say hard work': treatment burden among people with chronic illness and their carers in Australia.
- Adem Sav, E. Kendall, +4 authors A. Wheeler
- Health & social care in the community
- 1 November 2013
The aim of this study was to explore treatment burden among people with a variety of chronic conditions and comorbidities and their unpaid carers. The burden of living with ongoing chronic illness… Expand
Patient-Centered Approaches to Health Care
- Sara S. McMillan, E. Kendall, +4 authors A. Wheeler
- Medical care research and review : MCRR
- 26 July 2013
There is growing interest in patient-centered care, but there is little guidance about the interventions required for its delivery and whether it leads to better health outcomes. This systematic… Expand
Multidisciplinary case conference reviews: improving outcomes for nursing home residents, carers and health professionals
Aim of study: This study sought to determine whether multidisciplinary case conference reviews improved outcomes for nursing home residents, and the effects of this team approach to resident care on… Expand
Treatment Burden and Chronic Illness: Who is at Most Risk?
- Adem Sav, J. Whitty, +4 authors A. Wheeler
- The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research
- 3 May 2016
BackgroundThere is a need to ascertain the type and level of treatment burden experienced by people with co-morbidities. This is important to identify the characteristics of participants who are at… Expand
Community pharmacy in Australia: a health hub destination of the future.
- Sara S. McMillan, A. Wheeler, +4 authors Fiona S Kelly
- Business, Medicine
- Research in social & administrative pharmacy…
- 1 November 2013
BACKGROUND Rates of chronic illness are rising in Australia and as medications are frequently used in the management of a range of chronic conditions, community pharmacists are in an ideal position… Expand
Medication prescribing and administration in nursing homes
Objective: to examine the key determinants of pharmaco-epidemiology in Australian nursing homes. Design: a cross-sectional survey of medication use in 998 residents in 15 nursing homes in Southern… Expand