The review aimed to classify the current evidence base on trust in the patient—provider relationship in order to identify strengths and weaknesses and to point towards areas for future research. Abstracts were identified for empirical studies carried out in health-care settings that explicitly examined trust or reported trust-related findings as a secondary outcome. Two review authors assessed the relevance of abstracts and extracted data relating to year published, country of study, clinical speciality, study design and participants. Five hundred and ninety-six abstracts were included. Providers' trust in patients remains a neglected area on the trust research agenda. Empirical studies examining the factors that influence providers' trust in patients and how this might affect the quality of care and patient health-related behaviours are urgently needed to readdress this imbalance.
Systematic Reviews: the process: Types of Reviews
Introduction - Systematic reviews - Library at University of Bath
There is disagreement about the level of asymptomatic severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 SARS-CoV-2 infection. We conducted a living systematic review and meta-analysis to address three questions: 1 Amongst people who become infected with SARS-CoV-2, what proportion does not experience symptoms at all during their infection? One reviewer extracted data and a second verified the extraction, with disagreement resolved by discussion or a third reviewer. Risk of bias in empirical studies was assessed with an adapted checklist for case series, and the relevance and credibility of modelling studies were assessed using a published checklist. We included a total of 94 studies. There was some evidence that biases in the selection of participants influence the estimate.
Prone Position for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Coral reef ecosystems have suffered an unprecedented loss of habitat-forming hard corals in recent decades. While marine conservation has historically focused on passive habitat protection, demand for and interest in active restoration has been growing in recent decades. However, a disconnect between coral restoration practitioners, coral reef managers and scientists has resulted in a disjointed field where it is difficult to gain an overview of existing knowledge. To address this, we aimed to synthesise the available knowledge in a comprehensive global review of coral restoration methods, incorporating data from the peer-reviewed scientific literature, complemented with grey literature and through a survey of coral restoration practitioners.