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  • What is a Scoping Review? - Systematic Reviews & Other ...Explore further

    2021-9-30u2002·u2002'Scoping reviews have great utility for synthesizing research evidence and are often used to [categorize or group] existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features, and volume.' Note: Often a scoping review is confused with a mapping review. They are two different review …

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  • (PDF) The Features and Processes of Poisoning Registries ...

    Review Paper: The Features and Pr ocesses of Poisoning Regi ries: A Scoping Review Azam Sabahi 1,2, Farkhondeh Asadi 1*, Shahin Shadnia 3, Reza Rabiei 1, Azam-Sadat Hosseini 1

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  • Protocol - Scoping Reviews - Guides at University of South ...

    scoping reviews pose a broader question, which are generally focused on mapping descriptive characteristics or features - methodological quality does not impact on the results in the same way as systematic reviews. unlike systematic reviews, scoping reviews seek to identify and map the breadth of evidence rather than examining only 'high ...

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  • An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health ...

    2020-9-26u2002·u20021 An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health: A scoping review Alaa A Abd-alrazaqa; Mohannad Alajlanib; Ali Abdallah Alalwanc; Bridgette M Bewick,d; Peter Gardner e; Mowafa Househa* a College of Science and Engineering, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar b Institute of Digital Health, University of Warwick, United Kingdom c Amman University College for Banking and Financial ...

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  • Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002for scoping reviews was published in 2005,3 scoping reviews are still a relatively new methodology that, as yet, do not possess a universal definition or definitive method.4–6 Scoping reviews have great utility for syn-thesizing research evidence and are often used to map existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features ...

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  • (PDF) Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    A scoping review methodology was used for this study with cognisance paid to narrative and systematic review methodologies (Armstrong et al., 2011;Green et al., 2006;Munn, 2018; Peters, 2015; Pham ...

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  • Mall Walking Program Environments, Features, and ...

    Methods: We conducted a scoping review of the literature to determine the features, environments, and benefits of mall walking programs using the RE-AIM framework (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance). The inclusion criteria were articles that involved adults aged 45 years or older who walked in indoor or outdoor ...

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  • An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health ...

    2019-12-1u2002·u2002A scoping review is defined as an initial exploration of the available research literature which follows a systematic method in order to map evidence on a certain area and identify its scope, size, and nature ... or provide images of its main features. The current scoping review did not summarise the results of included studies for two reasons ...

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  • What is a Scoping Review? - Systematic Reviews & Other ...

    2021-9-30u2002·u2002'Scoping reviews have great utility for synthesizing research evidence and are often used to [categorize or group] existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features, and volume.' Note: Often a scoping review is confused with a mapping review. They are two different review types.

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  • (PDF) The Features and Processes of Poisoning Registries ...

    Review Paper: The Features and Pr ocesses of Poisoning Regi ries: A Scoping Review Azam Sabahi 1,2, Farkhondeh Asadi 1*, Shahin Shadnia 3, Reza Rabiei 1, Azam-Sadat Hosseini 1

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  • Protocol - Scoping Reviews - Guides at University of South ...

    scoping reviews pose a broader question, which are generally focused on mapping descriptive characteristics or features - methodological quality does not impact on the results in the same way as systematic reviews. unlike systematic reviews, scoping reviews seek to identify and map the breadth of evidence rather than examining only 'high ...

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  • Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002for scoping reviews was published in 2005,3 scoping reviews are still a relatively new methodology that, as yet, do not possess a universal definition or definitive method.4–6 Scoping reviews have great utility for syn-thesizing research evidence and are often used to map existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features ...

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  • (PDF) Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    A scoping review methodology was used for this study with cognisance paid to narrative and systematic review methodologies (Armstrong et al., 2011;Green et al., 2006;Munn, 2018; Peters, 2015; Pham ...

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  • Mall Walking Program Environments, Features, and ...

    Methods: We conducted a scoping review of the literature to determine the features, environments, and benefits of mall walking programs using the RE-AIM framework (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance). The inclusion criteria were articles that involved adults aged 45 years or older who walked in indoor or outdoor ...

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-30u2002·u2002perform a scoping review on the intrinsic and extrinsic features of picky eating, the impact it has on the family, and to map the tools used to identify picky eating in children. 2. Materials and Methods A scoping review was chosen due to emerging evidence on both intrinsic and extrinsic

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-27u2002·u2002To the author's knowledge, this scoping review is the first to consider both these features simultaneously. This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported …

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  • An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health ...

    An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health: A scoping review Author links open overlay panel Alaa A. Abd-alrazaq a Mohannad Alajlani b Ali Abdallah Alalwan c Bridgette M. Bewick d Peter Gardner e Mowafa Househ a

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported using a variety of methodologies and outcome measures. Intrinsic and extrinsic features impact the presentation of picky eating as well as the caregiver response.

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  • What is a Scoping Review? - Systematic Reviews & Other ...

    2021-9-30u2002·u2002'Scoping reviews have great utility for synthesizing research evidence and are often used to [categorize or group] existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features, and volume.' Note: Often a scoping review is confused with a mapping review. They are two different review …

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  • (PDF) The Features and Processes of Poisoning Registries ...

    Review Paper: The Features and Pr ocesses of Poisoning Regi ries: A Scoping Review Azam Sabahi 1,2, Farkhondeh Asadi 1*, Shahin Shadnia 3, Reza Rabiei 1, Azam-Sadat Hosseini 1

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  • Protocol - Scoping Reviews - Guides at University of South ...

    scoping reviews pose a broader question, which are generally focused on mapping descriptive characteristics or features - methodological quality does not impact on the results in the same way as systematic reviews. unlike systematic reviews, scoping reviews seek to identify and map the breadth of evidence rather than examining only 'high ...

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  • Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002for scoping reviews was published in 2005,3 scoping reviews are still a relatively new methodology that, as yet, do not possess a universal definition or definitive method.4–6 Scoping reviews have great utility for syn-thesizing research evidence and are often used to map existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features ...

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  • (PDF) Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    A scoping review methodology was used for this study with cognisance paid to narrative and systematic review methodologies (Armstrong et al., 2011;Green et al., …

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  • Mall Walking Program Environments, Features, and ...

    Methods: We conducted a scoping review of the literature to determine the features, environments, and benefits of mall walking programs using the RE-AIM framework (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance). The inclusion criteria were articles that involved adults aged 45 years or older who walked in indoor or outdoor ...

    Get Price
  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-30u2002·u2002perform a scoping review on the intrinsic and extrinsic features of picky eating, the impact it has on the family, and to map the tools used to identify picky eating in children. 2. Materials and Methods A scoping review was chosen due …

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-27u2002·u2002To the author's knowledge, this scoping review is the first to consider both these features simultaneously. This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported using a variety of methodologies and outcome measures.

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  • An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health ...

    An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health: A scoping review Author links open overlay panel Alaa A. Abd-alrazaq a Mohannad Alajlani b Ali Abdallah Alalwan c Bridgette M. Bewick d Peter Gardner e Mowafa Househ a

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported using a variety of methodologies and outcome measures. Intrinsic and extrinsic features impact the presentation of picky eating as well as the caregiver response.

    Get Price
  • What is a Scoping Review? - Systematic Reviews & Other ...

    2021-9-30u2002·u2002'Scoping reviews have great utility for synthesizing research evidence and are often used to [categorize or group] existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features, and volume.' Note: Often a scoping review is confused with a mapping review. They are two different review types.

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  • (PDF) The Features and Processes of Poisoning Registries ...

    Review Paper: The Features and Pr ocesses of Poisoning Regi ries: A Scoping Review Azam Sabahi 1,2, Farkhondeh Asadi 1*, Shahin Shadnia 3, Reza Rabiei 1, Azam-Sadat Hosseini 1

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  • Protocol - Scoping Reviews - Guides at University of South ...

    scoping reviews pose a broader question, which are generally focused on mapping descriptive characteristics or features - methodological quality does not impact on the results in the same way as systematic reviews. unlike systematic reviews, scoping reviews seek to identify and map the breadth of evidence rather than examining only 'high ...

    Get Price
  • Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002for scoping reviews was published in 2005,3 scoping reviews are still a relatively new methodology that, as yet, do not possess a universal definition or definitive method.4–6 Scoping reviews have great utility for syn-thesizing research evidence and are often used to map existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features ...

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  • (PDF) Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    A scoping review methodology was used for this study with cognisance paid to narrative and systematic review methodologies (Armstrong et al., 2011;Green et al., 2006;Munn, 2018; Peters, 2015; Pham ...

    Get Price
  • Mall Walking Program Environments, Features, and ...

    Methods: We conducted a scoping review of the literature to determine the features, environments, and benefits of mall walking programs using the RE-AIM framework (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance). The inclusion criteria were articles that involved adults aged 45 years or older who walked in indoor or outdoor ...

    Get Price
  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-30u2002·u2002perform a scoping review on the intrinsic and extrinsic features of picky eating, the impact it has on the family, and to map the tools used to identify picky eating in children. 2. Materials and Methods A scoping review was chosen due to emerging evidence on both intrinsic and extrinsic

    Get Price
  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-27u2002·u2002To the author's knowledge, this scoping review is the first to consider both these features simultaneously. This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported …

    Get Price
  • An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health ...

    An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health: A scoping review Author links open overlay panel Alaa A. Abd-alrazaq a Mohannad Alajlani b Ali Abdallah Alalwan c Bridgette M. Bewick d Peter Gardner e Mowafa Househ a

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported using a variety of methodologies and outcome measures. Intrinsic and extrinsic features impact the presentation of picky eating as well as the caregiver response.

    Get Price
  • What is a Scoping Review? - Systematic Reviews & Other ...

    2021-9-30u2002·u2002'Scoping reviews have great utility for synthesizing research evidence and are often used to [categorize or group] existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features, and volume.' Note: Often a scoping review is confused with a mapping review. They are two different review types.

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  • (PDF) The Features and Processes of Poisoning Registries ...

    Review Paper: The Features and Pr ocesses of Poisoning Regi ries: A Scoping Review Azam Sabahi 1,2, Farkhondeh Asadi 1*, Shahin Shadnia 3, Reza Rabiei 1, Azam-Sadat Hosseini 1

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  • Protocol - Scoping Reviews - Guides at University of South ...

    scoping reviews pose a broader question, which are generally focused on mapping descriptive characteristics or features - methodological quality does not impact on the results in the same way as systematic reviews. unlike systematic reviews, scoping reviews seek to identify and map the breadth of evidence rather than examining only 'high ...

    Get Price
  • Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002for scoping reviews was published in 2005,3 scoping reviews are still a relatively new methodology that, as yet, do not possess a universal definition or definitive method.4–6 Scoping reviews have great utility for syn-thesizing research evidence and are often used to map existing literature in a given field in terms of its nature, features ...

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  • (PDF) Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews

    A scoping review methodology was used for this study with cognisance paid to narrative and systematic review methodologies (Armstrong et al., 2011;Green et al., 2006;Munn, 2018; Peters, 2015; Pham ...

    Get Price
  • Mall Walking Program Environments, Features, and ...

    Methods: We conducted a scoping review of the literature to determine the features, environments, and benefits of mall walking programs using the RE-AIM framework (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance). The inclusion criteria were articles that involved adults aged 45 years or older who walked in indoor or outdoor ...

    Get Price
  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-30u2002·u2002perform a scoping review on the intrinsic and extrinsic features of picky eating, the impact it has on the family, and to map the tools used to identify picky eating in children. 2. Materials and Methods A scoping review was chosen due to emerging evidence on both intrinsic and extrinsic

    Get Price
  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    2021-8-27u2002·u2002To the author's knowledge, this scoping review is the first to consider both these features simultaneously. This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported …

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  • An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health ...

    An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health: A scoping review Author links open overlay panel Alaa A. Abd-alrazaq a Mohannad Alajlani b Ali Abdallah Alalwan c Bridgette M. Bewick d Peter Gardner e Mowafa Househ a

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  • Picky Eating in Children: A Scoping Review to Examine Its ...

    This scoping review of 80 papers has confirmed that picky eating involves a complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic features reported using a variety of methodologies and outcome measures. Intrinsic and extrinsic features impact the presentation of picky eating as well as the caregiver response.

    Get Price
  • What is a Scoping Review? - Systematic Reviews & Other ...

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Scoping reviews are a 'preliminary assessment of potential size and scope of available research literature. Aims to identify nature and extent of research evidence (usually including ongoing research).' Grant and Booth (2009). Often a scoping review is confused with a mapping review.

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  • Call for authors - Scoping review for WHO guideline on

    2020-9-8u2002·u2002The findings of the scoping review will be used by the guideline development group members as background material for the forthcoming scoping meeting. Purpose of the scoping review To identify existing evidence, summarize potential areas of uncertainty and controversy, and propose key questions that the guideline on prevention and treatment of ...

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  • Scoping future outbreaks: a scoping review on the

    Methods We conducted a scoping review of PubMed, Embase and Web of Science related to the evidence predicting future outbreaks of Ebola and Marburg virus, Zika virus, Lassa fever, Nipah and Henipaviral disease, Rift Valley fever, Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, Severe acute respiratory syndrome, Middle East respiratory syndrome and Disease X. Prediction methods, outbreak features …

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  • How to search - Scoping Reviews - Guides at University of ...

    The search strategy for a scoping review should aim to be comprehensive in order to identify published and unpublished resources. The JBI recommends starting with an initial search of at least 2 databases relevant to the review topic, followed by an analysis of both the text words contained in the title and abstract and the subject headings used in retrieved papers.

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  • (PDF) Ageism in Working Life: A Scoping Review on ...

    First, the definition of search terms, which are functionality, and their intersection with age and gender do, always limited as is the nature of a scoping review, sets an to a degree, feature in the selection of papers studied here, initial barrier to the certainty of retrieving all the relevant future research could enhance our understanding ...

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  • Orofacial features in children with microcephaly ...

    2021-2-16u2002·u2002Orofacial features in children with microcephaly associated with Zika virus: a scoping review. Adriano Referino da Silva Sobrinho. School of Dentistry, Universidade de Pernambuco, campus Arcoverde. Contribution: Conceptualization, Data curation, Formal analysis, Investigation, Writing - …

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  • Emotional disclosure in palliative care: A scoping review ...

    2021-5-29u2002·u2002A scoping review is a suitable method for mapping out complex literature bases in a systematic manner. 37 This review was conducted in six key stages, guided by standard scoping review frameworks. 38 –40 The protocol guiding this scoping review is reported elsewhere. 41 In line with the iterative nature of scoping reviews, the protocol has ...

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  • Integrated Care Planning for Cancer Patients: A Scoping

    2017-11-13u2002·u2002The use of the term 'integrated care plans' for this review stems from the focus of this scoping review on cancer patients specifically. The term 'care plans' and 'care planning' are commonly used in both grey and peer-reviewed literature pertaining to the management of …

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  • Epigenetics and postsurgical pain: A scoping review ...

    There is a need to evaluate epigenetic pain mechanisms in the context of human and clinical studies on epigenetic mechanisms involved in regulation of postsurgical and chronic postsurgical pain. OBJECTIVE Multiple factors are involved in the physiology and variability of postsurgical pain, a great part of which can be explained by genetic and environmental factors and their interaction.

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  • Integrated health service delivery during COVID-19: a ...

    This scoping review aims to compile the existing published evidence of the integrated service delivery approach adopted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the L-LMICs, systematically map the features, and build the knowledge base of the IHSD systems for …

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