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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||Custom text|
|Psycho-social factors that affect postgraduate medical residents’ experiences during their academic studies: a qualitative systematic review protocol||Aletha Withers||The Wits-JBI Centre for Evidenced-Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-10-12||
Psycho-social factors that affect postgraduate medical residents’ experiences during their academic studies: a qualitative systematic review protocol
The Wits-JBI Centre for Evidenced-Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group
Registrars/residents/fellows in postgraduate medical specialist or sub-specialist programs of any discipline.
The experiences of postgraduate residents/registrars during their specialist or sub-specialist teaching and learning in any medical discipline.
|The delivery of palliative and end-of-life care to adolescents and young adults living with cancer: a scoping review protocol||Emily Drake||Aligning Health Needs and Evidence for Transformative Change (AH-NET-C): A JBI Centre of Excellence||2020-10-12||
The delivery of palliative and end-of-life care to adolescents and young adults living with cancer: a scoping review protocol
Aligning Health Needs and Evidence for Transformative Change (AH-NET-C): A JBI Centre of Excellence
This review will consider studies that pertain to AYAs living with cancer. Globally, there are varying definitions of the defining age range for adolescence and young adulthood. The authors align with the Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology and their defining age range of 15-39. For the purpose of this review, the authors will consider studies that have employed a definition of adolescence and young adulthood that differs from this age range, in an effort to be inclusive of literature from other parts of the world.
|HPV prevention in Indigenous populations: Is awareness and knowledge enough? A Qualitative Systematic Review||Sneha Sethi||JBI – The University of Adelaide||2020-09-28||
HPV prevention in Indigenous populations: Is awareness and knowledge enough? A Qualitative Systematic Review
JBI – The University of Adelaide
The included population must be a female of Indigenous identity.
Qualitative analysis of awareness of HPV and the barriers which prevent them from screening.
|Effectiveness and experience of case conferences at workplace in developing competency of nursing staff: a mixed methods systematic review protocol||Taichi Sato||The Chiba University Centre for Evidence Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-09-23||
Effectiveness and experience of case conferences at workplace in developing competency of nursing staff: a mixed methods systematic review protocol
The Chiba University Centre for Evidence Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group
Nurses (i.e nurses and public health nurses and midwives).
Intervention: Case conferences where competency development is one of the goals
Phenomena: Experience of case conference
|Prevalence of geriatric depression and associated factors among older adults in Africa: a systematic review||Elihuruma Eliufoo Stephano||Xiangya Center for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice & Healthcare Innovation: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-09-23||
Prevalence of geriatric depression and associated factors among older adults in Africa: a systematic review
Xiangya Center for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice & Healthcare Innovation: A JBI Affiliated Group
Elihuruma Eliufoo Stephano
Older adults aged 60 years of age and above, both male and female.
|Health perspectives of old Chinese living in the community in China: a qualitative systematic review||Li Yao||The Chiba University Centre for Evidence Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-09-23||
Health perspectives of old Chinese living in the community in China: a qualitative systematic review
The Chiba University Centre for Evidence Based Practice: A JBI Affiliated Group
Old adults (>=60 years old)
Perspectives about health promotion, self management, social support, worry about health, opinion on ageing and others.
|Management of urolithiasis in pregnancy: a systematic review||Sakineh Hajebrahimi||Iranian EBM Centre: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-09-10||
Iranian EBM Centre: A JBI Affiliated Group
The quantitative component of this review will consider pregnant women with urolithiasis.
The quantitative component of the review will consider studies that evaluate different temporary drainage or definitive treatment method for urolithiasis including expectant management; medical management; active intervention; temporising treatments: Ureteral stents and Percutaneous nephrostomy (PCN), Ureteroscopic stone removal (URS), Extra-corporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL).
|The effectiveness of post pyloric versus nasogastric feeding in critically ill children admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit: a comprehensive systematic review protocol||Maureen A. Madden||The Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation (NEST): A JBI Centre of Excellence||2020-09-08||
The effectiveness of post pyloric versus nasogastric feeding in critically ill children admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit: a comprehensive systematic review protocol
The Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation (NEST): A JBI Centre of Excellence
Maureen A. Madden
The review will consider studies that include children aged from one day of life to 18 years of age admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit and requiring enteral nutrition via tube feeding. Premature infants or those who were admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit will be excluded as the feeding practices and feeding tolerance is very different than the full-term infant. The enteral tube feeding routes to be evaluated include nasogastric and post pyloric tube feeding. Post pyloric tube placement includes nasoduodenal and nasojejunal.
This review will consider studies that compare the intervention to enteral feeding via nasogastric feeding tubes.
|The use of mHealth Apps by Nurses in the Management of Chronic Wounds: a scoping review protocol||Dr. Gobnait Byrne||Trinity Centre Practice & Healthcare Innovation, Trinity College Dublin: A JBI Affiliated Group||2020-09-07||
Trinity Centre Practice & Healthcare Innovation, Trinity College Dublin: A JBI Affiliated Group
Dr. Gobnait Byrne
The review will include studies involving nurses of all grades in all clinical settings who are involved in the care and management of chronic wounds.
The review will consider studies that explore mHealth apps used by nurses in the management of chronic wounds as described in the introduction. For this review, we are using the Global Observatory for eHealth (GOe)6,p.6) definition of mHealth, which includes “medical and public health practice supported by mobile devices, such as mobile phones, patient monitoring devices, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and other wireless devices”. Mobile health applications, ‘apps’, are understood as “software that are incorporated into smartphones to improve health outcome, health research, and health care services”.26,p383 We will extend this definition to include apps used on all wireless devices. This review will not include apps used on laptop or desktop computers. Literature where it is not clear if mHealth devices are being used will not be included.
|Experiences of public safety families: a qualitative systematic review protocol||Heidi Cramm, PhD||Queen's Collaboration for Health Care Quality: A JBI Centre of Excellence||2020-09-02||
Queen's Collaboration for Health Care Quality: A JBI Centre of Excellence
Heidi Cramm, PhD
Families and family members of public safety personnel, with a braod definition of family to include spouse or committed partner, children, sibling or parent.
The experiences of public safety families as they navigate the implications of occupational risks and requirements of public safety work on family life.