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Intraobserver reliability of 4 physiologic movements of the shoulder in subjects with and without symptoms
Objective: To assess intraobserver reliability of 4 physiologic movements of the shoulder. Design: Test-retest analyses. Blinded data entry. Setting: Outpatient department in National Health Service teaching hospital. ...
The Reliability of One vs. Three Grip Trials in Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Subjects
Grip strength is used in the assessment of hand and upper limb function. Current recommendations state that taking the mean of three repeated grip trials provides more reliable results than only one trial. A repeated ...
Triangulation and integration : Processes, claims and implications
Researchers who advocate the use of multiple methods often write interchangeably about 'integrating', 'combining' and 'mixing' methods, sometimes eliding these descriptors with 'triangulation', which itself encompasses ...
Contraception advice and provision for the prevention of under 18 conceptions and STIs : A rapid review
(National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE), 2006)
Practicalities of the adoption of simulation training in a curriculum
Over the years, the advancement of technology has enabled the commercialisation of ever more sophisticated and realistic training tools which can play a very important role in the acquisition of cognitive and practical ...
12-Lead ECG training: The way forward
The teaching of electrocardiography (ECG) monitoring has not changed for decades and still very much relies on access to real patients for practice. However there is nowadays an even greater need for modern training tools ...
Effectiveness of intermediate-fidelity simulation training technology in undergraduate nursing education
The aim of this paper is to present the results of a study designed to determine the effect of scenario-based simulation training on nursing students’ clinical skills and competence.