Skip to main content

Table 1 Eligibility criteria

From: The impact of educational interventions on modifying health practitioners’ attitudes and practice in treating people with borderline personality disorder: an integrative review

Population, Concept, Context [40] Criteria
Population Health practitioners including, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, mental health nurses, general practitioners, primary care nurses, and other mental health workers who treat people with BPD in healthcare settings such as, outpatients, inpatients, and community-based settings
Concept Structural stigma specific to BPD and crisis care
Context International peer-reviewed studies investigating educational interventions designed to modify health practitioners’ attitudes and practice in treating people with BPD in healthcare settings
Inclusion criteria Exclusion criteria
Articles included were:
Evaluated educational interventions designed to modify health practitioners’ attitudes and practice in treating people with BPD in an outpatient, inpatient, and community-based setting
Evaluated structural stigma as an outcome in healthcare settings
Original research including peer-reviewed publications on quantitative, qualitative, mixed-methods, and review designs
Written in English language only
Articles excluded were:
Evaluated health practitioners’ treating people with other mental illnesses
Not reporting outcomes specific to borderline personality disorder and structural stigma
Not conducted in non-clinical settings such as, educational institutions
Studies of low quality