Four Databases Used to Conduct Search for Peer-Reviewed Articles Selected

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Four Databases Used to Conduct Search for Peer-Reviewed Articles Selected

Four Databases Used to Conduct Search for Peer-Reviewed Articles Selected
Four Databases Used to Conduct Search for Peer-Reviewed Articles Selected

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PubMed

ScienceDirect

Google Scholar,

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EBSCOhost

APA Citations

Abraham, J., Kitsiou, S., Meng, A., Burton, S., Vatani, H., & Kannampallil, T. (2020).

Effects of CPOE-based medication ordering on outcomes: an overview of systematic reviews. 

BMJ Quality & Safety, 29(10), 1-2.

Alanazi, A. (2020). The effect of computerized physician order entry on mortality rates in pediatric and neonatal care setting: Meta-analysis. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, 19, 100308. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.imu.2020.100308

Elshayib, M., & Pawola, L. (2020). Computerized provider order entry–related medication errors among hospitalized patients: An integrative review. Health Informatics Journal, 26(4), 2834-2859. DOI: 10.1177/1460458220941750

Srinivasamurthy, S. K., Ashokkumar, R., Kodidela, S., Howard, S. C., Samer, C. F., & Rao, U.S. C. (2021). A systematic review is the impact of computerized physician order entry (CPOE) on the incidence of chemotherapy-related medication errors. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00228-021-03099-9

The Level of Evidence of the Four Peer-Reviewed Articles Selected

Alanazi (2020), systematic review based on literature search work and it belongs in the level of I

Abraham et al. (2020) is systematic review and belong to level I evidence

Srinivasamurthy et al. (2021) is a systematic review study hence belong to level of evidence I

Elshayib & Pawola (2020), a systematic review study and it belongs to level I evidence

 

Strength of Using Peer-Reviews for Clinical Research

They deliver clear and comprehensive overview of evidences.

Supports identification of research gaps

The identification of research gaps helps in understanding of the role of CPOE in reduction of medication errors.

Reduces the level of biases

Generates more and reliable and accurate study conclusions.

It offer thorough summary of all primary research studies.

 

Systematic review study are important in delivering clear and comprehensive overview of the available evidences. It help in identifying the research gaps hence promote the understanding of the role of CPOE in reduction of medication errors. Systematic research review reduces biases hence generation of reliable and accurate study conclusions. It offer thorough summary of all the available primary research studies.