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The preestablished guidelines contained eight criteria: presence of a nurse as author, adequacy of the literature review, type of study design, sampling method, indication of informed consent, type of instrumentation, presence of reliability and validity data, and type of statistics used in the analysis. Half of the studies had nurse authors, 23 as first authors and 18 as other authors, while the remaining 41 studies had no nurses as authors. This fact was surprising in light of the prominent role of the nursing program in virtually all of the studies reviewed.