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  2. Studies excluded from the review and reasons for exclusion
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Studies excluded from the review and reasons for exclusion

  1. References
  2. Studies excluded from the review and reasons for exclusion
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    Donahue L. A pod design for nursing assignments: eliminating unnecessary steps and increasing patient satisfaction by reconfiguring care assignments. Am J Nurs 2009; 109(11 Suppl.): 3840.

Reason for exclusion Study did not meet the quality threshold.

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    O'Connell B, Duke M, Bennett P, Crawford S, Korfiatis V. The trials and tribulations of team-nursing. Collegian 2006; 13: 117.

Reason for exclusion Study did not meet the quality threshold.

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    Allen DE, Vitale-Nolen RA. Patient care delivery model improves nurse job satisfaction. J Contin Educ Nurs 2005; 36: 27782.

Reason for exclusion Unclear if study had all RN staffing.

Reason for exclusion Study had all RN staffing.

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    Palese A, Comuzzi C, Bresadola V. Global case management: the ‘nurse case manager’ model applied to day surgery in Italy. Lippincotts Case Manag 2005; 10: 8392.

Reason for exclusion Unclear if study had all RN staffing.