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Here are two - not in mental health but perhaps a useful start:
Cunningham, Frances; Ranmuthugala, Geetha; Plumb, Jennifer; Georgiou,
Andrew; Westbrook, Johanna; Braithwaite, Jeffrey. Health Professional
Networks As A Vector for Improving Healthcare Quality and Safety: A
Systematic Review. BMJ Quality Sat. 2012, 21: 239-249.
Chambers, Duncan, Paul Wilson, Carl Thompson, Melissa Harden. (2012)
Social Network Analysis in Healthcare Settings: A Systematic Scoping
Review. PLoS ONE, 7(8): e41911
www.plosone, one. Open access
I would be interested in seeing any other review you come up with.
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> Dear all,
> I am conducting a systematic review of social networks and mental health
> care access and use in Pakistani women in the UK. I wanted to ask if
> anyone else has done a systematic review relating to social networks or
> has some references for a systematic review in social networks?
> I would be interested in viewing finished reviews or search terms relating
> to social networks so I can optimise my search terms.
> Many thanks,
> Dharmi Kapadia
> PhD Researcher (Social Statistics)
> The Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research (CCSR)
> The University of Manchester
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