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The effectiveness of online pain resources for health professionals: a systematic review with subset meta-analysis of educational intervention studies

The effectiveness of online pain resources for health professionals: a systematic review with subset meta-analysis of educational intervention studies
The effectiveness of online pain resources for health professionals: a systematic review with subset meta-analysis of educational intervention studies
This systematic review will address the following questions:
(i) To what extent is online-based pain instruction associated with improved outcomes in health professionals compared with no intervention?
(ii) To what extent is online-based pain instruction associated with improved outcomes in health professionals compared with non-online instructional methods?
(iii) What factors can explain potential differences in effect across participants, settings, interventions, outcomes, and study designs for each of these questions?
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Liossi, Christina
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Failo, Alessandro
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Schoth, Daniel
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Williams, Glyn
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Howard, Richard
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Liossi, Christina, Failo, Alessandro, Schoth, Daniel, Williams, Glyn and Howard, Richard (2017) The effectiveness of online pain resources for health professionals: a systematic review with subset meta-analysis of educational intervention studies.

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Abstract

This systematic review will address the following questions:
(i) To what extent is online-based pain instruction associated with improved outcomes in health professionals compared with no intervention?
(ii) To what extent is online-based pain instruction associated with improved outcomes in health professionals compared with non-online instructional methods?
(iii) What factors can explain potential differences in effect across participants, settings, interventions, outcomes, and study designs for each of these questions?

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Published date: 6 April 2017
Organisations: Human Wellbeing

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Local EPrints ID: 408369
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/408369
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Date deposited: 19 May 2017 04:04
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:03

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