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The Swedish National
Resource center for
Deafblindness research
overview
Moa Wahlqvist
PhD Disability science
Coordinator,...
The Swedish National Resource center for deafblindness
Expert support
Gathering,
developing,
and
spreading
information
Res...
Research Overview
2013, initiative in collaboration between The Swedish National
Resource center for deafblindness and The...
Process
Systematic searches in nine scientific databases, Pub Med,
CINAHL, PsychInfo…
Searches in databases are conducted ...
Categories
Articles that meet the inclusion criteria's are further categorized
in 17 different categories, such as, commun...
The 2019 update
The latest update lead to the inclusion of approximately 200
articles, and up to date the research overvie...
What can the reserach overview be used
for and how?
Questions?
Thanks for the attention!
moa.wahlqvist@nkcdb.se
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DBI World Conference 2019
Communications stream: Concurrent session 8E
Presenter: Dr Moa Wahlqvist
Topic: The Swedish National Resource Center for Deafblindness research overview

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The Swedish National Resource Center for Deafblindness research overview

  1. 1. The Swedish National Resource center for Deafblindness research overview Moa Wahlqvist PhD Disability science Coordinator, Researcher, Social worker The Swedish National Resource center for deafblindness, Audiological Research center, Faculty of Health and Medicine, Örebro University hospital, Swedish Institute for disability research, Örebro University, Sweden.
  2. 2. The Swedish National Resource center for deafblindness Expert support Gathering, developing, and spreading information Research & Development (RoD) Methods User co-operation Courses, conferences and seminars
  3. 3. Research Overview 2013, initiative in collaboration between The Swedish National Resource center for deafblindness and The Audiological Research center. Overview of scientific articles within the field of deafblindness. Provides, author/s, title, scientific journal, and abstract for the included articles.
  4. 4. Process Systematic searches in nine scientific databases, Pub Med, CINAHL, PsychInfo… Searches in databases are conducted using combinations of keywords within, hearing, vision, specific diagnosis… Inclusion criteria's are peer-reviewed scientific articles within the field of deafblindness regardless of discipline. Articles are reviewed with consideration to title and abstract.
  5. 5. Categories Articles that meet the inclusion criteria's are further categorized in 17 different categories, such as, communication, diagnosis and rehabilitation. Overlap between categories Diagnosis and demographics (1786 articles) Recreation and leisure (39)
  6. 6. The 2019 update The latest update lead to the inclusion of approximately 200 articles, and up to date the research overview includes 3900 scientific articles. If the article is available in open access it can be read in full text, if not it can be retrieved by the help from a library. Visit: http://research.nkcdb.se/
  7. 7. What can the reserach overview be used for and how?
  8. 8. Questions? Thanks for the attention! moa.wahlqvist@nkcdb.se

DBI World Conference 2019 Communications stream: Concurrent session 8E Presenter: Dr Moa Wahlqvist Topic: The Swedish National Resource Center for Deafblindness research overview

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