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  1. Recent quantitative research on determinants of health in high ...

    Background Identifying determinants of health and understanding their role in health production constitutes an important research theme. We aimed to document the state of recent multi-country research on this theme in the literature. Methods We followed the PRISMA-ScR guidelines to systematically identify, triage and review literature (January 2013—July 2019). We searched for studies that ...

  2. A Quantitative Observational Study of Physician Influence on Hospital

    Funding: The author(s) disclosed receipt of the following financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article: This study was funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) under contract HHSA-290-2013-00002-C and through AHRQ intramural research funds. The views expressed herein are those of the ...

  3. Public and patient involvement in quantitative health research: A

    Public and patient involvement (PPI) in health research has been defined as research being carried out "with" or "by" members of the public rather than "to," "about" or "for" them. 1 PPI covers a diverse range of approaches from "one off" information gathering to sustained partnerships. Tritter's conceptual framework for ...

  4. Living with a chronic disease: A quantitative study of the views of

    Research article. First published online April 20, 2020. Living with a chronic disease: A quantitative study of the views of patients with a chronic disease on the change in their life situation. ... These four diseases are common in health care, which has enabled us to reach such patients, and this knowledge may be helpful to other patients ...

  5. A review of the quantitative effectiveness evidence ...

    The complexity of public health interventions create challenges in evaluating their effectiveness. There have been huge advancements in quantitative evidence synthesis methods development (including meta-analysis) for dealing with heterogeneity of intervention effects, inappropriate 'lumping' of interventions, adjusting for different populations and outcomes and the inclusion of various ...

  6. The clinical effectiveness of telehealth: A systematic review of meta

    Research article. First published online June 29, 2021. ... Descriptive and quantitative data from the included articles were extracted by one author (GC) and crosschecked by a second author (CS). Data extraction items from final full-text papers included: author(s), year and country of publication, medical discipline and disease state ...

  7. A review of the quantitative effectiveness evidence synthesis methods

    Methods. The first part of this paper reviews the methods used to synthesise quantitative effectiveness evidence in public health guidelines by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) that had been published or updated since the previous review in 2012 until the 19th August 2019.The second part of this paper provides an update of the statistical methods and explains how ...

  8. Quantitative measures of health policy implementation determinants and

    Background Public policy has tremendous impacts on population health. While policy development has been extensively studied, policy implementation research is newer and relies largely on qualitative methods. Quantitative measures are needed to disentangle differential impacts of policy implementation determinants (i.e., barriers and facilitators) and outcomes to ensure intended benefits are ...

  9. Quantitative research: Designs relevant to nursing and healthcare

    This paper gives an overview of the main quantitative research designs relevant to nursing and healthcare. It outlines some strengths and weaknesses of the designs, provides examples to illustrate the different designs and examines some of the relevant statistical concepts.

  10. Review Article Synthesizing Quantitative Evidence for Evidence-based

    The purpose of this paper is to introduce an overview of the fundamental knowledge, principals and processes in SR. The focus of this paper is on SR especially for the synthesis of quantitative data from primary research studies that examines the effectiveness of healthcare interventions. To activate evidence-based nursing care in various ...

  11. Assessing the impact of healthcare research: A systematic review of

    The inclusion of a mixed-method approach to the measurement of impact in the REF (narrative and quantitative metrics) ... Kalucy L, et al Exploring the impact of primary health care research Stage 2 Primary Health Care Research Impact Project Adelaide: Primary Health Care Research & Information Service (PHCRIS); 2009 [cited 2016 26 Feb]. ...

  12. Impact of COVID-19 on mental health: A quantitative analysis of anxiety

    A quantitative report on the anxiety and depression scale based on a collected dataset from various professions on their regular lifestyle, choices, and internet uses phone through simulations and statistical reports. The contributions of this paper for Psychological health analysis in COVID - 19 pandemics summarized below: (1)

  13. Quantitative Results of a National Intervention to Prevent Hospital

    Background: Many hospitals struggle to prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI). Objective: To evaluate the effect of a multimodal initiative on CAUTI in hospitals with high burden of health care-associated infection (HAI). Design: Prospective, national, nonrandomized, clustered, externally facilitated, pre-post observational quality improvement initiative, for 3 cohorts ...

  14. Quantitative Methods in Global Health Research

    Abstract. Quantitative research is the foundation for evidence-based global health practice and interventions. Preparing health research starts with a clear research question to initiate the study, careful planning using sound methodology as well as the development and management of the capacity and resources to complete the whole research cycle.

  15. Using quantitative and qualitative data in health services research

    Combining quantitative and qualitative methods in a single study is not uncommon in social research, although, 'traditionally a gulf is seen to exist between qualitative and quantitative research with each belonging to distinctively different paradigms'. [] Within health research there has, more recently, been an upsurge of interest in the combined use of qualitative and quantitative methods ...

  16. A quantitative systematic review of the association between nurse skill

    1.1. Background. The conceptual framework developed by McCloskey and Diers was used to guide this review and the selection of variables.McCloskey and Diers examined the effects of health policy on nursing and patient outcomes sing the work of Aiken et al. ().McCloskey and Diers modified Aiken's framework to embed the seminal work of Donabedian's structure‐process‐outcomes framework ...

  17. Influences on patient satisfaction in healthcare centers: a semi

    Background Knowledge of ambulatory patients' satisfaction with clinic visits help improve communication and delivery of healthcare. The goal was to examine patient satisfaction in a primary care setting, identify how selected patient and physician setting and characteristics affected satisfaction, and determine if feedback provided to medical directors over time impacted patient satisfaction ...

  18. Using data for improvement

    We use a range of data in order to fulfil this need, both quantitative and qualitative. Data are defined as "information, especially facts and numbers, collected to be examined and considered and used to help decision-making." 1 Data are used to make judgements, to answer questions, and to monitor and support improvement in healthcare ( box ...

  19. Long-term care staffs' experience in facilitating the use of

    Study design. We conducted a convergent mixed method research, where we collected both quantitative and qualitative data, which were then integrated for the interpretation of the overall results [].This study is part of a larger research project aimed at evaluating the implementation process, viability, and acceptability of interventions to support the presence of family caregivers, as well as ...

  20. Sexual and reproductive health implementation research in humanitarian

    Background Meeting the health needs of crisis-affected populations is a growing challenge, with 339 million people globally in need of humanitarian assistance in 2023. Given one in four people living in humanitarian contexts are women and girls of reproductive age, sexual and reproductive health care is considered as essential health service and minimum standard for humanitarian response ...

  21. Synthesising quantitative and qualitative evidence to inform guidelines

    Introduction. Recognition has grown that while quantitative methods remain vital, they are usually insufficient to address complex health systems related research questions. 1 Quantitative methods rely on an ability to anticipate what must be measured in advance. Introducing change into a complex health system gives rise to emergent reactions, which cannot be fully predicted in advance.

  22. Quantitative Research Excellence: Study Design and Reliable and Valid

    HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal. Jul 2023. Free access. Joint Recommendations on Reporting Empirical Research in Outdoor, Experiential, Environmental, and Adventure Education Journals ... Quantitative Research for the Qualitative Researcher. 2014. SAGE Knowledge. Book chapter . Issues in Validity and Reliability. Show ...

  23. Quantitative research: Understanding the approaches and key elements

    Quantitative research enhances research projects. Quantitative research approaches are so much more than "how much" or "how many," they reveal the why behind people's actions, emotions and behaviors. By using standardized collection methods, like surveys, quant instills confidence and rigor in findings. Quantitative research has many ...

  24. Quantification supports amyloid-PET visual assessment of challenging

    ABSTRACT Several studies have demonstrated the high agreement between routine clinical visual assessment and quantification, suggesting that quantification approaches could support the assessment of less experienced readers and/or in challenging cases. However, all studies to date have implemented a retrospective case collection and challenging cases were generally underrepresented. Methods ...

  25. YouTube and the implementation and discontinuation of the oral

    Background Women living in high-quality healthcare systems are more likely to use oral contraceptives at some point in their lives. Research findings have sparked controversial discussions about contraception in the scientific community and the media, potentially leading to higher rates of method discontinuation. Understanding the underlying motives for method discontinuation is crucial for ...

  26. Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Generalization and

    Qualitative and quantitative research strategies have long been treated as opposing paradigms. In recent years, there have been attempts to integrate both strategies. These "mixed methods" approaches treat qualitative and quantitative methodologies as complementary, rather than opposing, strategies (Creswell, 2015 ).

  27. Full article: Perceptions of dietitians and key role players regarding

    Quantitative data were collected using a self-administered electronic questionnaire and qualitative data using a semi-structured interview guide. Quantitative data were analysed using Microsoft Excel and qualitative data using ATLAS.ti software. ... This research obtained ethics approval from the Health Research Ethics Committee at Stellenbosch ...

  28. Leveraging data from real-world settings

    This approach can be done using existing data sets or new ones, leveraging the insights that a real-world dataset can provide to clinical researchers to generate new ideas for study. Real-world ...

  29. A Practical Guide to Writing Quantitative and Qualitative Research

    INTRODUCTION. Scientific research is usually initiated by posing evidenced-based research questions which are then explicitly restated as hypotheses.1,2 The hypotheses provide directions to guide the study, solutions, explanations, and expected results.3,4 Both research questions and hypotheses are essentially formulated based on conventional theories and real-world processes, which allow the ...