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Table 1 Casebook characteristics

From: Development, characteristics and impact of quality improvement casebooks: a scoping review

Study Content Format Delivery Participants Personnel
Bonder [25]
2020
Provvidenza [26] 2019
The casebook addressed five topics:
1. Who should participate in weight-related discussions?
2. When and how should the topic be raised?
3. What should healthcare professionals say?
4. How can healthcare professionals enhance family engagement?
5. What techniques have been recommended?
Each of the five sections included checklists, evidence summaries, case studies, sentence starters, simulations, practice tips, illuminating anecdotes Print/electronic document shared via 2-hour in-person or virtual educational workshop including didactic, interactive, simulation and reflective learning based on casebook content Evaluation:
7 physicians, 1 nurse practitioner and 1 behavioural therapist
Development:
Interviews or focus groups with 18 children aged 7 to 18 years and 21 parents; 2 workshops with 22 youth, family members, clinicians and researchers; final review by 14 workshop participants and content experts
The research team included a dietitian, endocrinologist, child neurologist, nurse, weight communication expert, knowledge translation expert and a family member
Tomasone [27] 2017
Brouwers [28] 2016
Strategies to improve coordination of cancer care between primary care providers and oncology specialists for the diagnosis, treatment or follow-up/survivorship care of persons with breast or colorectal cancer Cases included a brief outline of the project, stage of care, type of strategy, enablers and barriers, and evaluation of use or impact Print/electronic document Evaluation:
None
Development:
Interviews with 24 project leads to collect information
Researchers
Brouwers [29] 2011 Quality improvement projects to improve problems related to the diagnosis or treatment of breast, gastrointestinal and genitourinary cancer at any stage Cases included a brief outline of the project, stage of care, problem, type of strategy, enablers and barriers, tips and tools, and evaluation of use or impact Print/electronic document Evaluation:
None
Development:
Leads of 19 projects reviewed their profile developed by the researchers
Researchers