A single entry in a list
On display or in print, a list entry may be preceded by a prefix character, such as a bullet or a number. This character is determined by the @list-type attribute combined with the @prefix-word attribute. If the <label> element is used in a <list-item>, it overrides the @list-type and @prefix-word attributes.
Authoring Note: While this element contains an optional <label> element, the <label> element should be included only in those circumstances where a formatting override is needed; <label> should NOT be used in the ordinary course of tagging.
<!ELEMENT list-item %list-item-model; >
(label?, (p | def-list | list)+)
The following, in order:
... <sec> <title>Conclusions</title> <p>Day hospital care ... are justifiable.</p> <boxed-text position="float"> <sec> <title>Key messages</title> <p> <list list-type="bullet"> <list-item> <p>The benefits of geriatric day hospital care have been controversial for many years.</p> </list-item> <list-item> <p>This systematic review of 12 randomised trials comparing a variety of day hospitals with a range of alternative services found no overall advantage for day hospital care.</p> </list-item> <list-item> <p>Day hospitals had a possible advantage over no comprehensive care in terms of death or poor outcome, disability, and use of resources.</p> </list-item> <list-item> <p>The costs of day hospital care may be partly offset by a reduced use of hospital beds and institutional care among survivors.</p> </list-item> </list> </p> </sec> </boxed-text> <p>...</p> <p>...</p> </sec> ...