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Table 4 List of included reviews

From: Pain assessment for people with dementia: a systematic review of systematic reviews of pain assessment tools

Review ID Review Notes on inclusion
[25] Corbett A, Husebo B, Malcangio M, Staniland A, Cohen-Mansfield J, Aarsland D, et al. Assessment and treatment of pain in people with dementia. Nature Reviews Neurology. 2012; 8(5):264–74. Meets inclusion criteria – data available on supplementary table
[33] Herr K, Bjoro K, Decker S. Tools for Assessment of Pain in Nonverbal Older Adults with Dementia: A State-of-the-Science Review. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2006; 31(2):170–92. Meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
[34] Smith M. Pain assessment in nonverbal older adults with advanced dementia.Perspectives in Psychiatric Care. 2005; 41(3):99–113. Meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
[35] Qi NS, Brammer JD, Creedy DK. The psychometric properties, feasibility and utility of behavioural-observation methods in pain assessment of cognitively impaired elderly people in acute and long-term care: A systematic review. 2012. 2012; 10(17). Meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
[36] Juyoung P, Castellanos-Brown K, Belcher J. A Review of Observational Pain Scales in Nonverbal Elderly With Cognitive Impairments. Research on Social Work Practice. 2010; 20(6):651–64. Meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
[30] Schofield P, Clarke A, Faulkner M, Ryan T, Dunham M, Howarth A. Assessment of pain in adults with cognitive impairment: A review of the tools. International Journal on Disability and Human Development. 2005; 4(2):59–66. Include [3032] as 1 review with 3 publications. This [30] is the primary reference; meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
[24] van Herk R, van Dijk M, Baar FP, Tibboel D, de Wit R. Observation Scales for Pain Assessment in Older Adults with Cognitive Impairments or Communication Difficulties. Nursing Research. 2007; 56(1):34-43 Meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
[21] Zwakhalen SMG, Hamers JPH, Abu-Saad HH, Berger MPF. Pain in elderly people with severe dementia: a systematic review of behavioural pain assessment tools. BMC Geriatrics. 2006; 6(3). Meets inclusion criteria and psychometric data provided
  1. Bibliographic information of the reviews included in this meta-review. For ease of referencing these are also included in the References, with the corresponding unique identifier.