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Integrative literature reviews for the development of concepts

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... In order to achieve the objective of the study, the six steps proposed by Broome (2000) were fulfilled, which consist of: 1 -elaboration of the guiding question; 2 -systematic search in literature, about the father-daughter relationship in the context of EDs; 3 -data collection; 4 -categorization of studies; 5 -critical and descriptive analysis of results and interpretation; 6 -synthesis of knowledge and identification of gaps in scientific production. ...
... Then, the reviewers collated their assessments and checked for possible divergences, which were resolved based on discussion in order to reach a consensus between them. The results were organized in a spreadsheet containing six dimensions of analysis, to enable categorization according to the procedures suggested by Broome (2000). The dimensions of analysis were as follows: (a) year of publication; (b) source of publication; (c) type of study; (d) sample; (e) objectives and (f) main results. ...
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Family relationships seem to have relevant contribution to the etiopathogenesis of Eating Disorders (EDs). This study aimed to analyze the scientific production about the paternity and parenting experiences of fathers whose daughters developed EDs. The literature review was conducted through the databases LILACS, PubMed, PsycINFO, Web of Science and EMBASE, in the period from 1999 to 2019. From the 878 retrieved papers, 23 were selected for the analysis. The results show that paternity and parenting experiences are influenced by father’s personality traits. The dominant representation is of an affectionless and not empathetic father, as well as punitive and insensitive to the daughter’s emotional needs. Knowing the paternal experiences is central to subside sensible care to both, daughters’ and fathers’ demands.
... Trata-se de uma revisão integrativa de literatura, que segundo Broome (2000) o propósito inicial é obter um profundo opção para revisar e combinar diferentes tipos de estudos mantendo o rigor metodológico das revisões sistemáticas, o que permite a definição de conceitos, identificação de lacunas nas áreas de estudos, revisão de teorias e análise dos estudos sobre um determinado tópico. A avaliação de pesquisas com diferentes métodos aumenta as possibilidades de análise da literatura (Torraco, 2005). ...
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Introdução: O sono é essencial para manutenção da saúde geral dos atletas profissionais. A má qualidade do sono é causada por distúrbios do sono, horário de treinamento, hábitos irregulares do sono, excesso de treinamento e quantidade reduzida do sono interferindo na recuperação do atleta. Objetivo: Investigar a qualidade do sono de atletas de diversas modalidades esportivas e fatores associados. Metodologia: Revisão integrativa da literatura através de buscas nas bases de dados eletrônicas MEDLINE, SCIELO, BVS e LILACS, pela combinação de descritores. Foram incluídos estudos publicados na íntegra, disponíveis online nos últimos 10 anos, nos idiomas português e inglês sobre o tema da pesquisa. Sete estudos foram incluídos, a maioria do tipo observacional transversal e um estudo descritivo, com participação de atletas de ambos os sexos. Resultados: Foi verificado que os atletas profissionais apresentam má qualidade do sono relacionada ao horário de treino e estado emocional no período de competição (nervosismo, ansiedade) que levam à insônia, despertares noturno, dor durante o sono. Conclusão: Houve evidência de que a magnitude da qualidade do sono de atletas tem papel importante no seu desempenho físico e rendimento em seu dia a dia. Estratégias para otimizar o sono de atletas são necessárias para melhorar a quantidade e qualidade de sono.
... O processo metodológico escolhido para realização desse estudo foi a revisão integrativa. Segundo Broome (2000) a revisão integrativa é um ramo da revisão bibliográfica, que pode ser definida como aquela que resume pesquisas já existentes, Para as buscas dos trabalhos foram utilizados os seguintes descritores em diversas combinações: "áreas verdes", "aulas práticas", "jardins", "estudo", "botânica", "educação básica", "ensino fundamental" e "ensino médio". No qual os descritores "áreas verdes", "aulas práticas", "jardins", "ensino fundamental" e "ensino médio" foram pesquisados entre aspas com intuito de especificar mais a pesquisa. ...
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... Se llevó a cabo una revisión integradora [25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32] realizada en seis etapas: 1. Identificación del problema; 2. Selección de la muestra; 3. Categorización de los estudios seleccionados; 4. Análisis crítico de los estudios incluidos en la revisión; 5. Descripción de los resultados; 6. Interpretación y discusión de los resultados, con el fin de recopilar y sintetizar los conocimientos existentes sobre la temática 31 . Este estudio tuvo la siguiente pregunta rectora: "¿Qué cuestiones éticas surgen en la literatura sobre el acceso a la farmacoterapia por parte de los participantes de ensayos clínicos con enfermedades raras?". ...
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Resumen Se pretende analizar la producción científica sobre el acceso a medicamentos para enfermedades raras en el posestudio a partir de una revisión integradora en las bases de datos Biblioteca Virtual en Salud, Embase, PubMed, SciELO, Scopus y Web of Science, que encontraron 21 estudios. Surgieron dos categorías en el análisis: investigación clínica con medicamentos huérfanos y regulación del mercado; y acceso a medicamentos huérfanos: historia, globalización y derecho a la salud. La primera examina el número de pacientes con enfermedades raras, la eficacia y seguridad de los estudios, así como los costes y precios de los medicamentos. La segunda aborda el panorama histórico del acceso posestudio, la globalización de los ensayos clínicos y las dificultades para materializar el derecho al acceso a medicamentos huérfanos en el posestudio. Pocos estudios plantean el acceso a estos medicamentos en el posestudio, y son necesarios más estudios sobre el tema.
... We will be conducting a systematic integrative review using Whittemore and Knafl's [37] methodological approach. Integrative reviews gather comprehensive knowledge from both empirical and theoretical literature and allow a better understanding of a particular issue [38]. This review approach does not place restrictions on a certain methodology, thus allowing evidence on a particular topic to be illustrated from a broader perspective, which helps in developing theories and practices [37]. ...
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Background Digital equity denotes that all individuals and communities have equitable access to the information technology required to participate in digital life and can fully capitalize on this technology for their individual and community gain and benefits. Recent research highlighted that COVID-19 heightened the existing structural inequities and further exacerbated the technology-related social divide, especially for racialized communities, including new immigrants, refugees, and ethnic minorities. The intersection of challenges associated with racial identity (eg, racial discrimination and cultural differences), socioeconomic marginalization, and age- and gender-related barriers affects their access to health and social services, education, economic activity, and social life owing to digital inequity. Objective Our aim is to understand the current state of knowledge on digital equity and the digital divide (which is often considered a complex social-political challenge) among racialized communities in urban cities of high-income countries and how they impact the social interactions, economic activities, and mental well-being of racialized city dwellers. Methods We will conduct an integrative review adapting the Whittemore and Knafl methodology to summarize past empirical or theoretical literature describing digital equity issues pertaining to urban racialized communities. The context will be limited to studies on multicultural cities in high-income countries (eg, Calgary, Alberta) in the last 10 years. We will use a comprehensive search of 8 major databases across multiple disciplines and gray literature (eg, Google Scholar), using appropriate search terms related to digital “in/equity” and “divide.” A 2-stage screening will be conducted, including single citation tracking and a hand search of reference lists. Results will be synthesized using thematic analysis guidelines. Results As of August 25, 2022, we have completed a systematic search of 8 major academic databases from multiple disciplines, gray literature, and citation or hand searching. After duplicate removal, we identified 8647 articles from all sources. Two independent reviewers are expected to complete the 2-step screening (title, abstract, and full-text screening) using Covidence followed by data extraction and analysis in 4 months (by December 2022). Data will be extracted regarding digital equity–related initiatives, programs, activities, research findings, issues, barriers, policies, recommendations, etc. Thematic analysis will reveal how barriers and facilitators of digital equity affect or benefit racialized population groups and what social, material, and systemic issues need to be addressed to establish digital equity for racialized communities in the context of a multicultural city. Conclusions This project will inform public policy about digital inequity alongside conventional systemic inequities (eg, education and income levels); promote digital equity by exploring and examining the pattern, extent, and determinants and barriers of digital inequity across sociodemographic variables and groups; and analyze its interconnectedness with spatial dimensions and variations of the urban sphere (geographic differences). International Registered Report Identifier (IRRID) DERR1-10.2196/40068
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