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Assessment of study quality for systematic reviews: a comparison of the Cochrane Collaboration Risk of Bias Tool and the Effective Public Health Practice Project Quality Assessment Tool:…
- S. Armijo-Olivo, C. Stiles, N. Hagen, P. Biondo, G. Cummings
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of Evaluation In Clinical Practice
- 1 February 2012
Both tools performed quite differently when evaluating the risk of bias or methodological quality of studies in knowledge translation interventions for cancer pain, and its psychometric properties need to be more thoroughly validated.
Breakthrough pain: definition, prevalence and characteristics
Cooperative hernia study. Pain in the postrepair patient.
- J. Cunningham, W. Temple, P. Mitchell, J. Nixon, R. Preshaw, N. Hagen
- MedicineAnnals of surgery
- 1 November 1996
Pain or numbness are common late sequelae of traditional external surgical hernia repairs and strategies need to be developed to reduce the risk of these complications.
Quality of Life in Brain Tumor Patients: The Relative Contributions of Depression, Fatigue, Emotional Distress, and Existential Issues
- G. Pelletier, M. Verhoef, N. Khatri, N. Hagen
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of Neuro-Oncology
- 1 March 2002
Although scores reflecting depression, fatigue, emotional distress, and existential problems were interrelated, the presence of depressive symptoms was the single most important independent predictor of QOL in this cohort of brain tumor patients.
Compassion: a scoping review of the healthcare literature
This review identifies the limited empirical understanding of compassion in healthcare, highlighting the lack of patient and family voices in compassion research.
Pain in Guillain-Barre syndrome
Moderate to severe pain is a common and early symptom of Guillain-Barre syndrome and requires aggressive treatment, and pain intensity on admission is not a predictor of poor prognosis.
An international multicentre validation study of a pain classification system for cancer patients.
Targeting the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor for chronic pain management. Preclinical animal studies, recent clinical experience and future research directions.
Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model.
Information needs and sources of information for patients during cancer follow-up.
- M. Shea-Budgell, X. Kostaras, K. Myhill, N. Hagen
- Medicine, Political ScienceCurrent Oncology
- 16 May 2014
The data indicate that, for patients, their health care provider is the most trusted source of cancer information, followed by the Internet, family, and friends, and the least trusted sources of information.