Došenović Svjetlana defended her PhD thesis at the TRIBE doctoral program on October 6, 2018.
Photo: Svjetlana Došenović and her mentor professor Livia Puljak
Thesis title: Interventions for treating neuropathic pain: analysis of the highest level of evidence and methods for appraisal of interventions
Mentor: Professor Livia Puljak
Full text of PhD thesis: (TRIBE repository: EMBARGO until publication of the last paper)
Doctoral thesis is based on following publications:
1. Dosenovic S, Jelicic Kadic A, Miljanovic M, Biocic M, Boric K, Cavar M, i sur. Interventions for Neuropathic Pain: An Overview of Systematic Reviews. Anesth Analg. 2017;125(2):643-52. IF: 3.463
2. Dosenovic S, Jelicic Kadic A, Jeric M, Boric M, Markovic D, Vucic K, i sur. Efficacy and Safety Outcome Domains and Outcome Measures in Systematic Reviews of Neuropathic Pain Conditions. Clin J Pain. 2018;34(7):674-84. IF: 3.209
3. Dosenovic S, Jelicic Kadic A, Vucic K, Markovina N, Pieper D, Puljak L. Comparison of methodological quality rating of systematic reviews on neuropathic pain using AMSTAR and R-AMSTAR. BMC Med Res Methodol. 2018;18(1):37. IF: 2.524
Enrollement year: 2014.