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The whole is greater than the sum of its parts

June 2022, Volume 20, Issue 6

Genital herpes affects nearly 500 million people between the ages of 15 and 49 worldwide. Despite its prevalence, those affected experience stigmatization, distress, and a lack of psychological support. A mixed methods review was conducted integrating qualitative and quantitative findings to increase the understanding of the impact of genital herpes on young people and adults.

The full editorial is available here.

Igniting a focus on mentorship

May 2022, Volume 20, Issue 5
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Academic institutions have a responsibility to meet the growing demand for nurses who specialize in gerontology. This begins by investing in student placements in residential aged care facilities, where nursing staff and faculty mentor students by sharing their passion for gerontological nursing and highlighting the many learning opportunities available in the setting.

The full editorial is available here.

Rapid Reviews and the methodological rigor of evidence synthesis

April 2022, Volume 20, Issue 4
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Assoc Prof Zachary Munn and Dr Danielle Pollock discuss the methodology paper: 'Rapid reviews and the methodological rigor of evidence synthesis: a JBI position statement'.

This paper is available here.

Scoping reviews: involving knowledge users

April 2022, Volume 20, Issue 4
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In this video abstract, Dr Danielle Pollock discusses the publication, 'Moving from consultation to co-creation with knowledge users in scoping reviews: guidance from the JBI Scoping Review Methodology Group.’

Discussion includes why it is important to involve stakeholders/knowledge users while conducting a scoping review.

This paper is published in JBI Evidence Synthesis here.

FRAM as a health care research methodology

April 2022, Volume 20, Issue 4

Alexis McGill delves into the Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) as a health care research methodology in this short video abstract. The scoping review referred to in the video is: "The Functional Resonance Analysis Method as a health care research methodology: a scoping review" This paper is available here​.

What are scoping reviews?

April 2022, Volume 20, Issue 4

​Assoc Prof Zachary Munn and Dr Danielle Pollock discuss the definition for scoping reviews formalised by the JBI Scoping Reviews Methodology Group.

The article referred to in the video is: 'What are scoping reviews? Providing a formal definition of scoping reviews as a type of evidence synthesis'.

This paper is available here.

Childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic

March 2022, Volume 20, Issue 3

​COVID-19 has affected many aspects of birthing practice, creating significant stressors for pregnant and postpartum women. Unbiased synthesis of evidence on COVID-19 and childbirth research is critical to improving patient outcomes.​

Read the editorial here.

Managing unmanageable loads of evidence: are living reviews the answer?

January 2022, Volume 20, Issue 1

The need for timely and up-to-date evidence has seen the emergence of “living” reviews into the evidence ecosystem. Read the editorial here.

Acknowledgments in publications and research integrity

December 2021, Volume 19, Issue 12

All aspects of research require constant and careful scrutiny, including the acknowledgments section of a publication. Unambiguous standards are needed to promote appropriate attribution and greater transparency.
Read the editorial here.​

Educating future health professionals to keep pace with changing times

November 2021, Volume 19, Issue 11

This issue’s editorial outlines various teaching and learning strategies to prepare future health professionals for real-world practice.

Read the editorial here.

Striving for EBHC during an infodemic

October 2021, Volume 19, Issue 10

Authors share their thoughts on using technology to disseminate evidenced-based information to facilitate health care practice during an infodemic.

Read the editorial here.

Using SMART technologies to address falls

October 2021, Volume 19, Issue 10

Authors of a scoping review, "Health technologies for the prevention and detection of falls in adult hospital inpatients," summarize their findings in an introductory editorial. Enjoy this video snapshot of their editorial.


Read the editorial here.
Read the full review here.

Critical issues facing the nursing profession: ICN's vision for future healthcare. A message from Howard Catton, CEO of the International Council of Nurses.

April 2021, Volume 19, Issue 4

International Council of Nurses CEO Howard Catton discusses global issues facing nurses on International Nurses Day, including the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses' health, global healthcare, advanced practice nursing, nurses' mental health, nursing leadership, and the nursing shortage.

Addressing the primary challenges facing nurse leaders. A message from Robyn Begley, CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership.

April 2021, Volume 19, Issue 4

American Organization for Nursing Leadership CEO Robyn Begley discusses primary challenges facing nurse leaders, including access to PPE and other supplies; communicating and implementing changing policies on an extremely frequent basis; surge staffing; reallocation and training; emotional health and wellbeing, including burnout; and the systematic racism present in health care.

Achieving diversity and inclusion in nursing. A message from Beverly Malone, President and CEO of the National League for Nursing.

April 2021, Volume 19, Issue 4

National League for Nursing President and CEO Beverly Malone speaks on diversity, inclusion and racism, and how unconscious biases may be preventing us from providing patients with the excellent level of care they deserve.