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Factors predicting outcome in whiplash injury: a systematic meta-review of prognostic factors

Background Whiplash injuries are among the leading injuries related to car crashes and it is important to determine the prognostic factors that predict the outcome of patients with these injuries. This meta-review aims to identify factors that are associated with outcome after acute whiplash injury. Materials and methods A systematic search for all systematic reviews on outcome...

A systematic review on the effectiveness of back protectors for motorcyclists

Background Motorcyclists are a vulnerable road-user population who are overrepresented in traffic injuries. Utilisation of back protectors may be an effective preventive measure for spine injuries in motorcyclists. Since use of back protectors is increasing it is important that clinical evidence supports their use. The study aimed to investigate the current evidence on the...

Spine surgery outcome in patients who sought compensation after a motor vehicle accident: a retrospective cohort study

. All authors were involved in drafting the manuscript and revising it critically and have approved the final version. Authors’ information Pooria Sarrami is a Conjoint Senior lecturer at the SWS

Implementing strategies in consumer and community engagement in health care: results of a large-scale, scoping meta-review

Background There is growing recognition of the importance of the active involvement of consumers and community members in health care. Despite the long history of consumer and community engagement (CCE) research and practice, there is no consensus on the best strategies for CCE. In this paper, we identify various dimensions of CCE-related strategies and offer a practical model to...

Key concepts in consumer and community engagement: a scoping meta-review

Background Although consumer and community engagement (CCE) in health care is receiving increasing attention, research and practice in this area are hampered by the variability of concepts and terminology commonly employed. This scoping meta-review aims to identify key CCE concepts and examine terminology used to describe them. Methods In a scoping meta-review, an extensive list...