Boric Krste

Borić Krste defended his PhD thesis at the TRIBE doctoral program on October 6, 2018.

Photo: Borić Krste and his mentor professor Livia Puljak

Thesis title:  Interventions for treating postoperative pain in children: analysis of evidence about efficacy, safety and outcome domains
Full text of PhD thesis: (TRIBE repository: pdf)
Mentor: Professor Livia Puljak, MD, PhD
Doctoral thesis is based on following publications:
- Boric K, Dosenovic S, Jelicic Kadic A, Batinic M, Cavar M, Urlic M, Markovina N, Puljak L. Interventions for postoperative pain in children: An overview of systematic reviews. Paediatr Anaesth. 2017 Sep;27(9):893-904. (2017 JIF 2,389).
- Boric K, Dosenovic S, Jelicic Kadic A, Boric M, Jeric M, Puljak L. Efficacy and Safety Outcomes in Systematic Reviews of Interventions for Postoperative Pain in Children: Comparison Against the Recommended Core Outcome Set. Pain Med. 2017 Oct 16. (2018 EJP 2,782).
- Boric K, Jelicic Kadic A, Boric M, Zarandi-Nowroozi M, Jakus D, Cavar M, Dosenovic S, Jeric M, Batinic M, Vukovic I, Puljak L. Outcome domains and pain outcome measures in randomized controlled trials of interventions for postoperative pain in children and adolescents. Eur J Pain. 2018 Sep 4. (2018 EJP 2,991).
- Boric K, Boric M, Dosenovic S, Jelicic Kadic A, Batinic M, Cavar M, Jeric M, Puljak L. Authors' lack of awareness and use of core outcome set on postoperative pain in children is hindering comparative effectiveness research. J Comp Eff Res. 2018 May;7(5):463-470. (2017 JIF 1,906)

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