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Respiratory therapists (RTs) often work in non-routine settings such as sleep clinics, where the scope of practice is defined broadly and can include varied assessments and interventions. The work performed by RTs is characterized by the complex nature of care and a variety of variables, including patients and their illness severity. This work can be difficult to accurately quantify using typical approaches of health care work and has been described as a "black box." This study is a systematic review of the measurement of the work of RTs that examined the feasibility of using multiple methodologies to gather qualitative and quantitative data on work activities. A systematic review was conducted of MEDLINE and Cochrane databases using predefined search criteria. Two researchers (J.K. and D.K.) independently identified study eligibility and extracted data, with reviewers meeting monthly to reconcile differences and ensure consensus on study inclusion and extraction. Full text articles were retrieved for all eligible studies and data from these studies were synthesized using best-evidence synthesis and descriptive statistics. Thirty-three studies (totaling >11,000 health care work observations) were included in the review. Using self-reported data (by survey), tasks were well described, although the methods were not always linked to other sources of data. Both observational and observational/interview methods had a strong representation in the literature. There was limited qualitative data about the work of RTs. While qualitative methods (observation) can generate valuable data about the work of RTs, there are limited data to describe or justify this approach in the literature. The results of this review suggest that self-reported data is not adequate to quantify the work of RTs, and that valid data could be obtained from methods that rely on observable activities (observational methods), allowing for more detailed and specific descriptions of the work of RTs. [Full article available at goal of hybrid development is to combine, in a single hybrid, various desirable traits. For field crops, these traits may include resistance to diseases and insects, resistance to heat and drought, reducing the time to crop maturity, greater yield, and better agronomic quality. With mechanical harvesting of many crops, uniformity of plant characteristics such as germination, stand establishment, growth rate, 0b46394aab