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Qualitative Health Research, ISSN 1049-7323, 8/2019, Volume 29, Issue 10, pp. 1508 - 1518
Patient safety policies increasingly encourage carer (i.e., family or friends) involvement in reducing health care–associated harm in hospital. Despite this,... 
Caregivers | Health care | Qualitative research | Hospitals | Grounded theory | Patient safety | Safety | Behavior
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by Elliott, Julian H and Elliott, Julian and Elliott, Sarah A and Synnot, Anneliese and Turner, Tari and Simmonds, Mark and Akl, Elie A and Akl, Elie and McDonald, Steve and Salanti, Georgia and Meerpohl, Joerg and MacLehose, Harriet and Hilton, John and Tovey, David and Shemilt, Ian and Thomas, James and Agoritsas, Thomas and Perron, Caroline and Hodder, Rebecca and Pestridge, Charlotte and Albrecht, Lauren and Horsley, Tanya and Platt, Joanne and Armstrong, Rebecca and Nguyen, Phi Hung and Plovnick, Robert and Arno, Anneliese and Ivers, Noah and Quinn, Gail and Au, Agnes and Johnston, Renea and Rada, Gabriel and Bagg, Matthew and Jones, Arwel and Ravaud, Philippe and Boden, Catherine and Kahale, Lara and Richter, Bernt and Boisvert, Isabelle and Keshavarz, Homa and Ryan, Rebecca and Brandt, Linn and Kolakowsky-Hayner, Stephanie A and Salama, Dina and Brazinova, Alexandra and Nagraj, Sumanth Kumbargere and Buchbinder, Rachelle and Lasserson, Toby and Santaguida, Lina and Champion, Chris and Lawrence, Rebecca and Santesso, Nancy and Chandler, Jackie and Les, Zbigniew and Schünemann, Holger J and Charidimou, Andreas and Leucht, Stefan and Chou, Roger and Low, Nicola and Sherifali, Diana and Churchill, Rachel and Maas, Andrew and Siemieniuk, Reed and Cnossen, Maryse C and Cossi, Marie-Joelle and Macleod, Malcolm and Skoetz, Nicole and Counotte, Michel and Marshall, Iain and Marshall, Rachel and Soares-Weiser, Karla and Craigie, Samantha and Srikanth, Velandai and Dahm, Philipp and Martin, Nicole and Sullivan, Katrina and Danilkewich, Alanna and Martínez García, Laura and Danko, Kristen and Mavergames, Chris and Taylor, Mark and Donoghue, Emma and Maxwell, Lara J and Thayer, Kris and Dressler, Corinna and McAuley, James and Egan, Cathy and Tritton, Roger and McKenzie, Joanne and Tsafnat, Guy and Tugwell, Peter and Etxeandia, Itziar and Merner, Bronwen and Turgeon, Alexis and Featherstone, Robin and Mondello, Stefania and Foxlee, Ruth and Morley, Richard and van Valkenhoef, Gert and Garner, Paul and ... and Living Systematic Review Network
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, ISSN 0895-4356, 11/2017, Volume 91, pp. 23 - 30
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by Thomas, James and Noel-Storr, Anna and Marshall, Iain and Marshall, Rachel and Wallace, Byron and Wallace, Sheila A and McDonald, Steven and McDonald, Steve and Mavergames, Chris and Glasziou, Paul and Shemilt, Ian and Synnot, Anneliese and Turner, Tari and Elliott, Sarah A and Elliott, Julian and Agoritsas, Thomas and Hilton, John and Perron, Caroline and Akl, Elie and Hodder, Rebecca and Pestridge, Charlotte and Albrecht, Lauren and Horsley, Tanya and Platt, Joanne and Armstrong, Rebecca and Nguyen, Phi Hung and Plovnick, Robert and Arno, Anneliese and Ivers, Noah and Quinn, Gail and Au, Agnes and Johnston, Renea and Rada, Gabriel and Bagg, Matthew and Jones, Arwel and Ravaud, Philippe and Boden, Catherine and Kahale, Lara and Richter, Bernt and Boisvert, Isabelle and Keshavarz, Homa and Ryan, Rebecca and Brandt, Linn and Kolakowsky-Hayner, Stephanie A and Salama, Dina and Brazinova, Alexandra and Nagraj, Sumanth Kumbargere and Salanti, Georgia and Buchbinder, Rachelle and Lasserson, Toby and Santaguida, Lina and Champion, Chris and Lawrence, Rebecca and Santesso, Nancy and Chandler, Jackie and Les, Zbigniew and Schünemann, Holger J and Charidimou, Andreas and Leucht, Stefan and Chou, Roger and Low, Nicola and Sherifali, Diana and Churchill, Rachel and Maas, Andrew and Siemieniuk, Reed and Cnossen, Maryse C and MacLehose, Harriet and Simmonds, Mark and Cossi, Marie-Joelle and Macleod, Malcolm and Skoetz, Nicole and Counotte, Michel and Soares-Weiser, Karla and Craigie, Samantha and Srikanth, Velandai and Dahm, Philipp and Martin, Nicole and Sullivan, Katrina and Danilkewich, Alanna and Martínez García, Laura and Danko, Kristen and Taylor, Mark and Donoghue, Emma and Maxwell, Lara J and Thayer, Kris and Dressler, Corinna and McAuley, James and Egan, Cathy and Tritton, Roger and McKenzie, Joanne and Tsafnat, Guy and Meerpohl, Joerg and Tugwell, Peter and Etxeandia, Itziar and Merner, Bronwen and Turgeon, Alexis and Featherstone, Robin and Mondello, Stefania and Foxlee, Ruth and Morley, Richard and ... and Living Systematic Review Network
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, ISSN 0895-4356, 11/2017, Volume 91, pp. 31 - 37
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QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH, ISSN 1049-7323, 08/2019, Volume 29, Issue 10, pp. 1508 - 1518
Patient safety policies increasingly encourage carer (i.e., family or friends) involvement in reducing health care-associated harm in hospital. Despite this,... 
carer | patient safety | harm | medical error | SOCIAL SCIENCES, BIOMEDICAL | INVOLVEMENT | adverse event | family member | Asia-Pacific | OLDER-PEOPLE | EXPERIENCES | caregiver | qualitative | INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE | DISABILITY | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | hospital | Australia | ADVERSE EVENTS
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by Simmonds, Mark and Salanti, Georgia and McKenzie, Joanne and Elliott, Sarah A and Elliott, Julian and Agoritsas, Thomas and Hilton, John and Perron, Caroline and Akl, Elie and Hodder, Rebecca and Pestridge, Charlotte and Albrecht, Lauren and Horsley, Tanya and Platt, Joanne and Armstrong, Rebecca and Nguyen, Phi Hung and Plovnick, Robert and Arno, Anneliese and Ivers, Noah and Quinn, Gail and Au, Agnes and Johnston, Renea and Rada, Gabriel and Bagg, Matthew and Jones, Arwel and Ravaud, Philippe and Boden, Catherine and Kahale, Lara and Richter, Bernt and Boisvert, Isabelle and Keshavarz, Homa and Ryan, Rebecca and Brandt, Linn and Kolakowsky-Hayner, Stephanie A and Salama, Dina and Brazinova, Alexandra and Nagraj, Sumanth Kumbargere and Buchbinder, Rachelle and Lasserson, Toby and Santaguida, Lina and Champion, Chris and Lawrence, Rebecca and Santesso, Nancy and Chandler, Jackie and Les, Zbigniew and Schünemann, Holger J and Charidimou, Andreas and Leucht, Stefan and Shemilt, Ian and Chou, Roger and Low, Nicola and Sherifali, Diana and Churchill, Rachel and Maas, Andrew and Siemieniuk, Reed and Cnossen, Maryse C and MacLehose, Harriet and Cossi, Marie-Joelle and Macleod, Malcolm and Skoetz, Nicole and Counotte, Michel and Marshall, Iain and Marshall, Rachel and Soares-Weiser, Karla and Craigie, Samantha and Srikanth, Velandai and Dahm, Philipp and Martin, Nicole and Sullivan, Katrina and Danilkewich, Alanna and Martínez García, Laura and Synnot, Anneliese and Danko, Kristen and Mavergames, Chris and Taylor, Mark and Donoghue, Emma and Maxwell, Lara J and Thayer, Kris and Dressler, Corinna and McAuley, James and Thomas, James and Egan, Cathy and McDonald, Steve and Tritton, Roger and Tsafnat, Guy and Meerpohl, Joerg and Tugwell, Peter and Etxeandia, Itziar and Merner, Bronwen and Turgeon, Alexis and Featherstone, Robin and Mondello, Stefania and Turner, Tari and Foxlee, Ruth and Morley, Richard and van Valkenhoef, Gert and Garner, Paul and Munafo, Marcus and Vandvik, Per and Gerrity, Martha and ... and Living Systematic Review Network
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, ISSN 0895-4356, 11/2017, Volume 91, pp. 38 - 46
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by Akl, Elie and Akl, Elie A and Meerpohl, Joerg and Meerpohl, Joerg J and Elliott, Sarah A and Elliott, Julian and Kahale, Lara A and Kahale, Lara and Schünemann, Holger J and Agoritsas, Thomas and Hilton, John and Perron, Caroline and Hodder, Rebecca and Pestridge, Charlotte and Albrecht, Lauren and Horsley, Tanya and Platt, Joanne and Armstrong, Rebecca and Nguyen, Phi Hung and Plovnick, Robert and Arno, Anneliese and Ivers, Noah and Quinn, Gail and Au, Agnes and Johnston, Renea and Rada, Gabriel and Bagg, Matthew and Jones, Arwel and Ravaud, Philippe and Boden, Catherine and Richter, Bernt and Boisvert, Isabelle and Keshavarz, Homa and Ryan, Rebecca and Brandt, Linn and Kolakowsky-Hayner, Stephanie A and Salama, Dina and Brazinova, Alexandra and Nagraj, Sumanth Kumbargere and Salanti, Georgia and Buchbinder, Rachelle and Lasserson, Toby and Santaguida, Lina and Champion, Chris and Lawrence, Rebecca and Santesso, Nancy and Chandler, Jackie and Les, Zbigniew and Charidimou, Andreas and Leucht, Stefan and Shemilt, Ian and Chou, Roger and Low, Nicola and Sherifali, Diana and Churchill, Rachel and Maas, Andrew and Siemieniuk, Reed and Cnossen, Maryse C and MacLehose, Harriet and Simmonds, Mark and Cossi, Marie-Joelle and Macleod, Malcolm and Skoetz, Nicole and Counotte, Michel and Marshall, Rachel and Marshall, Iain and Soares-Weiser, Karla and Craigie, Samantha and Srikanth, Velandai and Dahm, Philipp and Martin, Nicole and Sullivan, Katrina and Danilkewich, Alanna and Martínez García, Laura and Synnot, Anneliese and Danko, Kristen and Mavergames, Chris and Taylor, Mark and Donoghue, Emma and Maxwell, Lara J and Thayer, Kris and Dressler, Corinna and McAuley, James and Thomas, James and Egan, Cathy and McDonald, Steve and Tritton, Roger and McKenzie, Joanne and Tsafnat, Guy and Tugwell, Peter and Etxeandia, Itziar and Merner, Bronwen and Turgeon, Alexis and Featherstone, Robin and Mondello, Stefania and Turner, Tari and Foxlee, Ruth and Morley, Richard and van Valkenhoef, Gert and Garner, Paul and ... and Living Systematic Review Network
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, ISSN 0895-4356, 11/2017, Volume 91, pp. 47 - 53
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Asia‐Pacific Psychiatry, ISSN 1758-5864, 03/2011, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 30 - 36
Introduction: This article explores the short‐ and long‐term outcomes of the Postgraduate Overseas Specialists Training (POST) Program. This program, based at... 
clinical training | Asia‐Pacific psychiatry | knowledge transfer | overseas education | capacity building | Asia-Pacific psychiatry | Capacity building | Overseas education | Clinical training | Knowledge transfer | ASIA-PACIFIC | PSYCHIATRY | MENTAL-HEALTH-CARE
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Asia-Pacific Psychiatry, ISSN 1758-5864, 03/2011, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 30 - 36
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Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, ISSN 1465-1858, 07/2019
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Health Science Reports, ISSN 2398-8835, 03/2018, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp. e24 - n/a
Background and Aims In earlier work, we identified that people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) can have difficulty finding online treatment information... 
health education | Cochrane | multiple sclerosis | systematic review | consumer participation | patient and public involvement | evidence‐based treatment information
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Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health (AeJAMH), ISSN 1446-7984, 12/2006, Volume 5, Issue 3, p. 15
An overview of 156 local suicide prevention projects funded under Australia's National Suicide Prevention Strategy (NSPS) is presented. The projects targeted... 
Prevention | Programs | Evaluation | Finance | Effects | Suicide | Personnel
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Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, ISSN 1446-7984, 12/2006, Volume 5, Issue 3
This paper presents an overview of 156 local suicide prevention projects funded under Australia's National Suicide Prevention Strategy (NSPS), and describes... 
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Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, ISSN 1446-7984, 01/2006, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 247 - 261
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Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, ISSN 1446-7984, 01/2006, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 247 - 261
This paper presents an overview of 156 local suicide prevention projects funded under Australia's National Suicide Prevention Strategy (NSPS), and describes... 
evaluation | suicide prevention | Australia | national strategies | sustainability | suicide | Prevention | Suicide | Community health services
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