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Table 1 Summary of studies included (N = 49), categorized by health discipline and key concepts measured

From: How to report professional practice in nursing? A scoping review

Author(s) Country Design Participants (n) Key concept measured
  Role Domain Activity Task Intervention Ability Knowledge Skills Responsibility Attitude
Nursing (n = 31)
 Baghi et al. (2007) [21] US Practice analysis Ambulatory care nurses (n = 499)       X X    
Berger et al. (2010) [53] US Practice analysis Nurses caring for morbidly obese and bariatric surgical patients (n = 1084)     X       
Bevans et al. (2011) [20] US Practice analysis Clinical research nurses (n = 412) X X X        
Brown et al. (2012)[51] US Practice analysis Oncology nurse navigators (n = 330) X    X       
Clark et al. (2009) [17] US Practice analysis Advanced practice nurses in hospice and palliative care (n = 180)     X       
Feltovich et al. (2010) [56] US Practice analysis Nurses working in infection prevention (n = 3771)   X   X       
 Garbin et al. (2013) [19] US Practice analysis Nephrology registered nurses (n = 940)    X        
 Gardner et al. (2013) [7] Australia Practice analysis Advanced practice nurses (n = 660) X X X        
 Long et al. (2013) [52] Australia and New Zealand Practice analysis Paediatric intensive care unit nurse educators (n = 15)    X    X X X   
 Muckle et al. (2009) [63] US Practice analysis Nurse anesthetists (n = 3805)        X    
 Muckle et al. (2012) [46] US Practice analysis Nurse anesthetists (n = 9003)   X         
 Ortelli et al. (2006) [47] US Practice analysis Academic nurse educators (n = 2217)   X   X       
 Pellino et al. (2003) [62] US Practice analysis Pain Management orthopaedic nurses (n = 41) X     X      
 Ramirez et al. (2006a; 2006b) [22, 23] US Practice analysis Nurse practitioners providing care in the emergency department (n = 582)   X   X       
 Reuter-Rice (2013) [8] US Practice analysis Acute care pediatric nurse practitioners (n = 291) X    X       
 Rice et al. (2007) [57] US Practice analysis Advanced practice psychiatric and mental health nurses (n = 28)     X       
 Roberts et al. (2013) [58] US Practice analysis Orthopaedic nurses (n = 1194)        X    
 Shuriquie et al. (2008) [48] Jordan Practice analysis Medical-surgical staff nurses and practical nurses (n= 348) X X X      X   
 Strasser et al. (2006) [18] US and Canada Practice analysis Occupational health nurses (n = 5586) X    X   X X    
 Webb et al. (2008) [55] US Practice analysis Legal nurse consultants (n = 369) X X   X    X    
 Willens et al. (2010) [50] US Practice analysis Pain management nurses (n = 585)   X   X       
 Bottorff et al. (2005) [26] Canada Qualitative description Genetic nurses (n = 22) X X        X  
 Hopkins et al. (2012) [29] England Qualitative description Epilepsy specialist nurses (n = 19) X X X        
 Poghosyan et al. (2012) [33] Armenia Qualitative description Nurses (n = 43), staff (n = 29) and head nurses (n = 14) X          
 Susilo et al. (2013) [37] Indonesia Qualitative description Nurses in informed consent (n = 27) X      X X   X  
 Kucera et al. (2010) [31] Australia Narrative account Nurses (n = 142 story) X   X        
 Salmela et al. (2012) [34] Finland Phenomenology Nurse leaders (n= 17) X    X       
 Stewart et al. (2013) [36] UK Phenomenology Critical care nurses (n = 5) X   X     X    
 Hunter et al. (2010) [43] Australia Mixed methods Nurses working with older people in long term care: (registered nurses (n = 48) and nurse managers (n = 16)) X   X    X    X  
 Van Soeren et al. (2011) [42] Canada Mixed methods Nurse practitioners in hospital setting (n = 46)   X         
Medicine (n = 6)
 Schuster et al. (2013) [59] Japan and US Practice analysis Physicians in cardiovascular disease risk factor management (n = 48 Japanese and 53 US physicians)    X        
 Ball et al. (2010) [24] Australian and New Zealand Qualitative description General practice physician educators (n = 20) X      X   X   X
 Booij et al. (2013) [25] Netherlands Qualitative description Physicians in treatment of Huntington’s disease (n = 15) X          
 Schoenborn et al. (2013) [35] US Qualitative description Physicians during care transitions of older adults (n = 18 physicians, 11 home healthcare administrative and field staff, 4 social workers, 3 nurse practitioners, 3 physician assistants, and 1 hospital case manager) X    X       
 Johansen et al. (2010) [30] Norway Narrative account Physicians providing cancer care X    X    X    
 Kee et al. (2012) [39] Australia Qualitative description Direct observation of emergency department consultations (n = 130 h) X   X        
Occupational therapy (n = 4)
 Bent et al. (2005) [13] US Practice analysis Occupational therapists (n= 2675)   X   X    X    
 Dalton et al. (2013) [27] Canada Qualitative description Occupational therapists caring for children with physical disabilities X    X       
 Habib et al. (2013) [28] Bangladesh Qualitative description Occupational therapists and disaster management (n = 6) X   X        
 Turpin et al. (2012) [38] Australia Qualitative description Occupational therapists (n= 462) X X X        
Physical therapy (n = 7)
 Dimick et al. (2009) [44] United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand Practice analysis Physical therapists providing hand therapy (n = 760)    X        
 Dockter et al. (2008) [75] US Practice analysis Advanced practitioners in women’s health physical therapy (n = 176)        X    
 Donato et al. (2004) [64] US Practice analysis Physical therapists practising in primary contact care settings (n= 119)        X    
 Gorman et al. (2010) [61] US Practice analysis Acute care physical therapists (n = 254) X X      X    
 Perry et al. (2008) [54] US Practice analysis Neurologic physical therapists (n = 187)    X X   X X    
 Swisher et al. (2008) [49] US Practice analysis Cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapists (n = 89) X   X X       
 Masley et al. (2011) [32] US Grounded theory Physical therapists working in acute care (n = 18) X          
Multidisciplinary (n = 1)
 Curchoe et al. (2008) [45] US, Saudi Arabia and Canada Practice analysis Health professionals working in infection prevention (n = 3771, 825 nurses) X    X