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221. How biomarkers reflect the prognosis and treatment of necrotising soft tissue infections and the effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy: the protocol of the prospective cohort PROTREAT study conducted at a tertiary hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark. Full Text available with Trip Pro

How biomarkers reflect the prognosis and treatment of necrotising soft tissue infections and the effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy: the protocol of the prospective cohort PROTREAT study conducted at a tertiary hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark. Not enough is known regarding the prognosis and treatment of necrotising soft tissue infections (NSTIs). Mortality has been shown to be 25%-35%, with survivors coping with amputations and prolonged rehabilitation. This study will evaluate soluble (...) ) 2017. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 BMJ open

222. How to measure experiences of healthcare quality in Denmark among patients with heart disease? The development and psychometric evaluation of a patient-reported instrument. Full Text available with Trip Pro

How to measure experiences of healthcare quality in Denmark among patients with heart disease? The development and psychometric evaluation of a patient-reported instrument. Measuring the quality of care as experienced by patients is increasingly recognised as a way of improving healthcare services. However, disease-specific measures that take the patient journey into account are needed. This paper presents the development of such a measure for patients with heart disease and details (...) reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 BMJ open

223. Titrating the Rig: How Paramedics Work in and on Their Ambulance. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Titrating the Rig: How Paramedics Work in and on Their Ambulance. In this article, I take readers inside of an ambulance and explore how paramedics work in and on their "apparatus unit" to make it a workable fit. This taken-for-granted work is important because much is at stake in the back of the ambulance, particularly in relation to quality of care and safety. I draw on data from an institutional ethnography into the socially organized work and work settings of paramedics, which included more

2017 Qualitative Health Research

224. Words do matter: a systematic review on how different terminology for the same condition influences management preferences. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Words do matter: a systematic review on how different terminology for the same condition influences management preferences. Changing terminology for low-risk, screen-detected conditions has now been recommended by several expert groups in order to prevent overdiagnosis and reduce the associated harms of overtreatment. However, the effect of terminology on patients' preferences for management is not well understood. This review aims to synthesise existing studies on terminology and its impact (...) to low-risk conditions.PROSPERO: CRD42016035643.© Article author(s) (or their employer(s) unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2017. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 BMJ open

225. The Higher-Ed Organizational-Scholar Tension: How Scholarship Compatibility and the Alignment of Organizational and Faculty Skills, Values and Support Affects Scholar's Performance and Well-Being Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Higher-Ed Organizational-Scholar Tension: How Scholarship Compatibility and the Alignment of Organizational and Faculty Skills, Values and Support Affects Scholar's Performance and Well-Being Scholars and institutions alike are concerned with academic productivity. Scholars not only further knowledge in their professional fields, they also bring visibility and prestige to themselves and their institutions, which in turn attracts research grants and more qualified faculty and graduate (...) of 803 faculty participants. Our findings shed light on how the above academic factors affect not just academic productivity but also a scholar's well-being. Importantly, we show that academic alignment plays a crucial mediating role when predicting productivity and well-being. These results have important implications for university administrators who develop, and faculty who work under, policies designed to foster professional development and scholarship.

2017 Frontiers in psychology

226. How guiding coalitions promote positive culture change in hospitals: a longitudinal mixed methods interventional study Full Text available with Trip Pro

How guiding coalitions promote positive culture change in hospitals: a longitudinal mixed methods interventional study Quality collaboratives are widely endorsed as a potentially effective method for translating and spreading best practices for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) care. Nevertheless, hospital success in improving performance through participation in collaboratives varies markedly. We sought to understand what distinguished hospitals that succeeded in shifting culture and reducing (...) for conflict management.© Article author(s) (or their employer(s) unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2018. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 BMJ quality & safety

227. How Can Data Drive Policy and Practice in Child Welfare? Making the Link in Canada Full Text available with Trip Pro

How Can Data Drive Policy and Practice in Child Welfare? Making the Link in Canada Formal university-child welfare partnerships offer a unique opportunity to begin to fill the gaps in the child welfare knowledge base and link child welfare services to the realities of practice. With resources from a knowledge mobilization grant, a formal partnership was developed between the University of Toronto, clinicians, policy analysts, and researchers from child welfare agencies across Ontario. The key (...) objectives of the grant included: (1) enhancing the capacity of service providers to access and analyze child welfare data to inform service and policy decisions; (2) integrating clinical expertise in service and policy decisions; and (3) developing a joint research agenda addressing high-priority knowledge gaps. This partnership was an opportunity to advance the evidence base with respect to service provision in Ontario and to create a culture of knowledge and evidence that would eventually support more

2017 International journal of environmental research and public health

228. Anti-PD-1 monotherapy versus anti-PD1 plus anti-CTLA4 in advanced melanoma: how do we decide? Full Text available with Trip Pro

Anti-PD-1 monotherapy versus anti-PD1 plus anti-CTLA4 in advanced melanoma: how do we decide? 30190919 2018 11 14 2045-0893 4 3 2017 Sep Melanoma management Melanoma Manag Anti-PD-1 monotherapy versus anti-PD1 plus anti-CTLA4 in advanced melanoma: how do we decide? 151-155 10.2217/mmt-2017-0016 Au Lewis L The Royal Marsden Hospital, Fulham Road, London, SW3 6JJ, UK. O'Reilly Aine A The Royal Marsden Hospital, Fulham Road, London, SW3 6JJ, UK. Larkin James J The Royal Marsden Hospital, Fulham (...) or options, expert testimony, grants or patents received or pending, or royalties. No writing assistance was utilized in the production of this manuscript. 2017 06 09 2017 06 26 2018 9 8 6 0 2018 9 8 6 0 2018 9 8 6 1 ppublish 30190919 10.2217/mmt-2017-0016 PMC6094703 JAMA Oncol. 2016 Feb;2(2):234-40 26633184 Transplant Proc. 2016 Nov;48(9):3137-3141 27932166 Eur J Cancer. 2015 Dec;51(18):2785-91 26597444 Case Rep Oncol Med. 2015;2015:737389 26448890 N Engl J Med. 2015 May 21;372(21):2006-17 25891304 J

2017 Melanoma Management

229. Leaving the labour market later in life: how does it impact on mechanisms for health? Full Text available with Trip Pro

Leaving the labour market later in life: how does it impact on mechanisms for health? Negative associations between non-employment and health among older people are well established and are potentially important for successful ageing. However, opportunities to improve health through re-employment or extending working lives are limited as later-life exits from employment are often unwanted and permanent. We aim to establish a greater understanding of the psychosocial mechanisms underlying non (...) expressly granted.

2017 Occupational and environmental medicine

230. How to use pen and paper tasks to aid tremor diagnosis in the clinic Full Text available with Trip Pro

How to use pen and paper tasks to aid tremor diagnosis in the clinic When a patient presents with tremor, it can be useful to perform a few simple pen and paper tests. In this article, we explain how to maximise the value of handwriting and of drawing Archimedes spirals and straight lines as clinical assessments. These tasks take a matter of seconds to complete but provide a wealth of information that supplements the standard physical examination. They aid the diagnosis of a tremor disorder (...) Article author(s) (or their employer(s) unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2017. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 Practical neurology

231. How Are Service Dogs for Adults with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Integrated with Rehabilitation in Denmark? A Case Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

How Are Service Dogs for Adults with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Integrated with Rehabilitation in Denmark? A Case Study A severe mental illness like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is known to have psychosocial consequences that can lead to a decreased quality of life. Research in Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) has revealed that the presence of a dog can have a positive effect on health, e.g., increase quality of life and lessen depression and anxiety. However, canine companionship (...) is not a catch-all solution. Previous research has revealed methodological limitations that prohibit any clear conclusions, as well as a sparsity of critical reflection in anecdotal reports and case studies, which means that more research is needed to contextualize the findings. There has been an increasing interest in animal-assisted intervention in Denmark in recent years. Previously, authorities could only grant service dogs to adults with physical disabilities, but now this has been extended to adults

2017 Animals : an open access journal from MDPI

232. How available to European children and young people with cerebral palsy are features of their environment that they need? Full Text available with Trip Pro

How available to European children and young people with cerebral palsy are features of their environment that they need? The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities requires accessibility to the physical and social environments. However, individuals with cerebral palsy (CP) have many difficulties in accessing the environment they need for functional independence and social inclusion.To examine the availability of environmental features which children with CP need for optimal (...) available to less than half the participants who needed them. Eight features showed significantly (p<0.01) higher availability in SPARCLE 2 than in SPARCLE 1 (enlarged rooms, adapted toilet, modified kitchen and hoists at home, adapted toilets and lifts at school, an adequate vehicle, grants for home modifications) while none showed significantly lower availability. The relative rankings of the better and less good regions persisted from the age 8-12year age group to the 13-17year age group.Needed

2017 Research in developmental disabilities

233. Idiopathic abdominal cocoon: a rare presentation of small bowel obstruction in a virgin abdomen. How much do we know? Full Text available with Trip Pro

Idiopathic abdominal cocoon: a rare presentation of small bowel obstruction in a virgin abdomen. How much do we know? Abdominal cocoon is an extremely rare condition that has been mainly associated with young adolescent women. It was first described in 1978 by Foo et al We present here a case that describes an otherwise healthy adult man who presented with intestinal obstruction and was found to have an abdominal cocoon, also known as a peritoneal sac. The patient was taken for a laparotomy (...) and the sac was released through blunt dissection along the avascular planes. He was discharged in good condition 3 days postoperatively. We discuss some of the current literature and previously reported cases on this condition.© BMJ Publishing Group Ltd (unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2017. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 BMJ case reports

234. How do flavivirus-infected cells resist arsenite-induced stress granule formation? Full Text available with Trip Pro

How do flavivirus-infected cells resist arsenite-induced stress granule formation? 28919921 2018 11 13 1746-0794 12 6 2017 Jun Future virology Future Virol How do flavivirus-infected cells resist arsenite-induced stress granule formation? 247-249 10.2217/fvl-2017-0033 Basu Mausumi M Department of Biology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA. Brinton Margo A MA Department of Biology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA. eng R01 AI045135 AI NIAID NIH HHS United States (...) R01 AI048088 AI NIAID NIH HHS United States Editorial 2017 06 08 England Future Virol 101278124 1746-0794 flaviviruses redox state stress granules Financial & competing interests disclosure M Basu is a senior scientist in the laboratory of Margo Brinton in the Department of Biology at Georgia State University. Brinton is a Regents’ Professor and received support from grants R01AI48088 and R01AI045135 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH. The authors have no other

2017 Future virology

235. How do hospital boards govern for quality improvement? A mixed methods study of 15 organisations in England Full Text available with Trip Pro

How do hospital boards govern for quality improvement? A mixed methods study of 15 organisations in England Health systems worldwide are increasingly holding boards of healthcare organisations accountable for the quality of care that they provide. Previous empirical research has found associations between certain board practices and higher quality patient care; however, little is known about how boards govern for quality improvement (QI).We conducted fieldwork over a 30-month period in 15 (...) healthcare provider organisations in England as part of a wider evaluation of a board-level organisational development intervention. Our data comprised board member interviews (n=65), board meeting observations (60 hours) and documents (30 sets of board meeting papers, 15 board minutes and 15 Quality Accounts). We analysed the data using a framework developed from existing evidence of links between board practices and quality of care. We mapped the variation in how boards enacted governance of QI

2017 BMJ quality & safety

236. Toward mindfulness in quality-of-life research: perspectives on how to avoid rigor becoming rigidity Full Text available with Trip Pro

Toward mindfulness in quality-of-life research: perspectives on how to avoid rigor becoming rigidity The field of quality-of-life (QOL) research has matured into a discipline with scientific rigor, sophisticated methods, and guidelines. While this maturation is laudable and needed, it can result in a limiting rigidity. We aim to highlight examples of practices that are based on shared research values and principles that, when dogmatically applied, may limit the potential impact of QOL (...) rigid guidelines and checklists that end up driving grant applications.It is hoped that this overview will lead to a reconsideration of a more flexible application of research principles while retaining scientific rigor.

2017 Quality of Life Research

237. A SHARED study-the benefits and costs of setting up a health research study involving lay co-researchers and how we overcame the challenges Full Text available with Trip Pro

has been to develop recommendations led by service users for health and social care professionals to use at hospital discharge and in care planning for people living with memory loss and their carers. This article is about how the study started and the benefits, costs and challenges we encountered as the lead and lay co-researchers. Once we were successful with the grant application, we had to recruit and train the lay co-researchers and obtain various approvals before we could start the project (...) A SHARED study-the benefits and costs of setting up a health research study involving lay co-researchers and how we overcame the challenges In the United Kingdom (UK), official bodies such as the Department of Health and research funders such as the National Institute for Health Research support and encourage lay involvement in all stages of research studies. The SHARED study has had substantial patient and public involvement (PPI) from developing the idea to dissemination. The aim of the study

2016 Research involvement and engagement

238. How to write a medical CV Full Text available with Trip Pro

How to write a medical CV A medical curriculum vitae remains an important document that has 2 main roles: to distinguish candidates applying for various positions, whether that be jobs, posts, grants and it provides a means of keeping an up-to-date record of all your achievements and skills gained thus far. This article provides detailed guidance on how to structure an effective curriculum vitae to maximize your chances of success when applying for these positions.

2017 International Journal of Surgery. Oncology

239. How can we better predict treatment outcomes in classical Hodgkin's lymphoma? Full Text available with Trip Pro

How can we better predict treatment outcomes in classical Hodgkin's lymphoma? 30302226 2018 11 14 2045-1393 6 3 2017 Nov International journal of hematologic oncology Int J Hematol Oncol How can we better predict treatment outcomes in classical Hodgkin's lymphoma? 65-68 10.2217/ijh-2017-0010 Agostinelli Claudio C Section of Haematopathology, Institute of Haematology & Clinical Oncology 'L&A Seragnoli', S.Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, via Massarenti 9, 40138, Bologna, Italy. eng Editorial 2017 11 20 (...) England Int J Hematol Oncol 101600758 2045-1393 Hodgkin PET-2 biomarkers Financial & competing interests disclosure The author has no relevant affiliations or financial involvement with any organization or entity with a financial interest in or financial conflict with the subject matter or materials discussed in the manuscript. This includes employment, consultancies, honoraria, stock ownership or options, expert testimony, grants or patents received or pending, or royalties. No writing assistance

2017 International journal of hematologic oncology

240. How does a physical activity programme in elementary school affect fracture risk? A prospective controlled intervention study in Malmo, Sweden. Full Text available with Trip Pro

How does a physical activity programme in elementary school affect fracture risk? A prospective controlled intervention study in Malmo, Sweden. Recent evidence from the 7-year follow-up of the Pediatric Osteoporosis Prevention (POP) study indicates an inverse correlation between years of participation in a physical activity (PA) intervention and fracture risk in children. However, we could not see a statistically significant reduction in fracture risk, which urged for an extension (...) was 52% lower in the intervention group than in the control group (IRR 0.48 (0.25 to 0.91) (mean 95% CI))].Introduction of the school-based intervention programme is associated with a higher fracture risk in the intervention group during the first year followed by a gradual reduction, so that during the eighth year, the fracture risk was lower in the intervention group.NCT00633828.Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please

2017 BMJ open

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