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This systematic review aims to examine the effectiveness of nurse-led ear, nose and throat (ENT) clinics on service delivery and clinical outcomes.
ENT complaints, whilst very common, are rarely life threatening but can cause significant discomfort and disruption to many patients' lives.
Nurse-led clinics are also an effective environment for nurses to feel more valued in their roles.
For the purpose of this systematic review I am interested in nurse-led clinics lead by registered nurses with advanced skills.


Quantitative data will be extracted from papers included in the review using the standardized data extraction tool from JBI-MAStARI (Appendix IV). Economic data will be extracted from papers included in the review using the standardized data extraction tool from JBI-ACTUARI (Appendix V). Quantitative papers, where possible, will be pooled in statistical meta-analysis using the JBI-MAStARI software.
Heterogeneity will be assessed using standard Chi square test and if found will be investigated prior to any further analysis.


Economic findings will, where possible, be pooled using JBI-ACTUARI and presented in a tabular summary.
Kevin Joyce, board certified Rheumatologist, practices at Franciscan Hammond Clinic Specialty Center.



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