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Table 6 Overview equivalent patient outcomes

From: An overview of systematic reviews on the collaboration between physicians and nurses and the impact on patient outcomes: what can we learn in primary care?

Patient satisfaction Allen et al., Newhouse et al.
Self-reported perceived health Newhouse et al.
Functional status outcomes Allen et al., Newhouse et al.
Glycaemic control Newhouse et al.
Blood pressure control Newhouse et al.
Emergency department visits Newhouse et al.
Hospitalization rates Health Quality Ontario 2014., Martin et al., Newhouse et al.
Mortality Martin et al., Newhouse et al.
Hospital length of stay Health Quality Ontario 2014., Martin et al., Newhouse et al.
Recommendation of mammograms Smith et al.
Smoking cessation recommendations Smith et al.
Diet and physical therapy recommendations Smith et al.
Depression Allen et al.
Number of clinical examination of cholesterol Health Quality Ontario 2013.
Utilisation of medical services Martin et al.
Number of transfers Martin et al.
Physical, emotional and social functioning Martin et al.
Activities of daily living (ADL) Martin et al.
  1. Table 6 presents the patient outcomes that were found to be equal (by one or more systematic reviews) when physicians and nurses collaborate, compared to no collaboration