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Questioning the efficacy of ‘gold’ open access to published articles

14 July 2015

Nurse Researcher

Disseminating research

Aim To question the efficacy of ‘gold’ open access to published articles. Background Open access is unrestricted access to academic, theoretical and research...

Examining the theoretical basis of quality of life interventions in the congenital heart disease population

29 November 2017

Primary Health Care

Evidence & practice

Arrhythmias have long been perceived as resulting in decreased quality of life. However, recent studies have refuted this perception, with evidence suggesting people...

Strategies for balancing internal and external validity in evaluations of interventions

03 October 2019

Nurse Researcher

Clinical trials

Background Evaluations of interventions should be carefully designed and conducted to maintain a balance between internal and external validity, with the dual goal...

Continuity of care for adults living in the community who have been diagnosed with congenital heart disease

30 April 2019

Primary Health Care

Scoping review

There is a need for continuity of care for adults diagnosed with congenital heart disease (CHD) who have transitioned out of paediatric services and live in the...