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The study published in the journal of 'Joanna Briggs Institute Database of Systematic Reviews' showed that the complexity of the illness, treatment regimen, and overall healthcare system frequently overwhelms the patient and fear of stigma often prevents them from the beginning or continuing treatment.
To analyze the quality of articles potentially eligible, the following instruments were used: Checklist for Systematic Reviews and Research Syntheses from the Joanna Briggs Institute and AMSTAR to evaluate the systematic reviews, the JADAD scale to evaluate the RCT, Joanna Briggs Institute Checklist for Quasi-experimental Studies to evaluate quasi-experimental studies and the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale (NOS) to evaluate the quality of the meta-analyses.
Joanna Briggs Institute reviewers' manual [Internet].
Anne Dabrow Woods is chief nurse of health, learning, research and practice at Wolters Kluwer, the company that produces and publishes Lippincott journals, information and software products, and Joanna Briggs Institute resources.
The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Levels of Evidence for Effectiveness (JBI, 2014) and the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC, 2009) additional levels of evidence were used to critically appraise publications (Tables 1 and 2).
The Joanna Briggs Institute [JBI] (2014) review guidelines were followed.
The Cochrane (2016) Collaboration, The Joanna Briggs Institute (2016), and the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information (EPPI) Centre (2016) at the Institute of Education at the University of London each provide guidance with respect to performing a systematic review.
Moreover, the Joanna Briggs Institute analysis of the evidence from five systematic reviews, one prospective clinical trial and one randomised controlled trial regarding the most effective surgical treatment for CTS, concluded that none of the alternatives to open CTR offered better outcome (Chu, 2014).
Selection of the appropriate site and avoidance of flexion joints (i.e., wrist or antecubital fossa) are important in preventing infiltrations (Hadaway, 2007; Joanna Briggs Institute, 2008; Rosenthal, 2007).
* Joanna Briggs Institute (joannabriggs.org), which provides evidence reviews (some information available for free)