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181. ‘When he’s up there he’s just happy and content’: Parents’ perceptions of therapeutic horseback riding (PubMed)

‘When he’s up there he’s just happy and content’: Parents’ perceptions of therapeutic horseback riding There is limited global and South African research on parents' perceptions of therapeutic horseback riding (THR), as well as their perceptions of the effect of the activity on their children with disabilities.To explore and describe parents' perceptions and experiences of THR as an activity for their children with disabilities.Twelve parents whose children attend THR lessons

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2017 African journal of disability

182. Health psychology: It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it (PubMed)

Health psychology: It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it Despite the growth in theoretical understandings of health behaviour and standardised approaches to health interventions (e.g. behaviour change taxonomies), health psychology has paid comparatively less attention to the importance of the implementation processes - 'how to' rather than 'what to' of such interventions. The clinical and interpersonal skills that often reflect these implementation processes are poorly defined

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2017 Health psychology open

183. Infusion medication concentrations in UK’s critical care areas: Are the Intensive Care Society’s recommendations being used? (PubMed)

Infusion medication concentrations in UK’s critical care areas: Are the Intensive Care Society’s recommendations being used? Following two studies done in 2007 and 2009, a follow-up of the adherence to the suggested guidelines on drug standardisation has been performed with a suggestion for future standards that can be achieved, to complement the recently published Carter report. The Intensive Care Society (ICS) introduced recommendations for infusion concentrations of 16 medications

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2017 Journal of the Intensive Care Society

184. S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase over-expression does not alter S-adenosylmethionine or S-adenosylhomocysteine levels in CBS deficient mice (PubMed)

S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase over-expression does not alter S-adenosylmethionine or S-adenosylhomocysteine levels in CBS deficient mice Elevated plasma total homocysteine (tHcy) is associated with a number of human diseases including coronary artery disease, stroke, osteoporosis and dementia. It is highly correlated with intracellular S-adenosylhomocysteine (SAH). Since SAH is a strong inhibitor of methyl-transfer reactions involving the methyl-donor S-adenosylmethionine (SAM), elevation (...) in SAH could be an explanation for the wide association of tHcy and human disease. Here, we have created a transgenic mouse (Tg-hAHCY) that expresses human S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase (AHCY) from a zinc-inducible promoter in the liver and kidney. Protein analysis shows that human AHCY is expressed well in both liver and kidney, but elevated AHCY enzyme activity (131% increase) is only detected in the kidney due to the high levels of endogenous mouse AHCY expression in liver. Tg-hAHCY mice were

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2018 Molecular genetics and metabolism reports

185. ‘It’s because I like things… it’s a status and he buys me airtime’: exploring the role of transactional sex in young women’s consumption patterns in rural South Africa (secondary findings from HPTN 068) (PubMed)

‘It’s because I like things… it’s a status and he buys me airtime’: exploring the role of transactional sex in young women’s consumption patterns in rural South Africa (secondary findings from HPTN 068) 'Transactional sex', defined as a non-marital, non-commercial sexual relationship in which money or material goods are exchanged for sex, is associated with young women's increased vulnerability to HIV infection. Existing research illustrates that the motivations for transactional

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2018 Reproductive health

186. The Relationship between Robot’s Nonverbal Behaviour and Human’s Likability Based on Human’s Personality (PubMed)

The Relationship between Robot’s Nonverbal Behaviour and Human’s Likability Based on Human’s Personality At current state, although robotics technology has been immensely developed, the uncertainty to completely engage in human-robot interaction is still growing among people. Many current studies then started to concern about human factors that might influence human's likability like human's personality, and found that compatibility between human's and robot's personality (expressions

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2018 Scientific reports

187. Assessment of the Canadian Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative’s Uniform Nutrition Criteria for Restricting Children’s Food and Beverage Marketing in Canada (PubMed)

Assessment of the Canadian Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative’s Uniform Nutrition Criteria for Restricting Children’s Food and Beverage Marketing in Canada Imposing governmental restrictions on the marketing of unhealthy foods and beverages to children is a demanded policy action since in Canada, this remains self-regulated by the voluntary, industry-led Canadian Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative (CAI) whose participants pledge to only advertise (...) % of child-directed products; 69.5% of which would be restricted from being marketed to children. These results indicate that if the CAI was mandatory and covered a broader range of advertising platforms, their Uniform Nutrition Criteria would be relatively stringent and could effectively restrict children’s marketing in Canada.

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2018 Nutrients

188. Pathophysiological Role of S-Nitrosylation and Transnitrosylation Depending on S-Nitrosoglutathione Levels Regulated by S-Nitrosoglutathione Reductase (PubMed)

Pathophysiological Role of S-Nitrosylation and Transnitrosylation Depending on S-Nitrosoglutathione Levels Regulated by S-Nitrosoglutathione Reductase Nitric oxide (NO) mediates various physiological and pathological processes, including cell proliferation, differentiation, and inflammation. Protein S-nitrosylation (SNO), a NO-mediated reversible protein modification, leads to changes in the activity and function of target proteins. Recent findings on protein-protein transnitrosylation (...) reactions (transfer of an NO group from one protein to another) have unveiled the mechanism of NO modulation of specific signaling pathways. The intracellular level of S-nitrosoglutathione (GSNO), a major reactive NO species, is controlled by GSNO reductase (GSNOR), a major regulator of NO/SNO signaling. Increasing number of GSNOR-related studies have shown the important role that denitrosylation plays in cellular NO/SNO homeostasis and human pathophysiology. This review introduces recent evidence

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2018 Biomolecules & therapeutics

189. A systematic surgical procedure: The ‘7+3’ approach to laparoscopic right partial hepatectomy [deep segment (S) VI, S VII or S VIII] in 52 patients with liver tumors (PubMed)

A systematic surgical procedure: The ‘7+3’ approach to laparoscopic right partial hepatectomy [deep segment (S) VI, S VII or S VIII] in 52 patients with liver tumors Laparoscopic right partial hepatectomy (LRPH), located in the deep segment (S) VI, S VII or S VIII, is a complicated procedure, due to its poor operative field and high risk of bleeding. The present study aimed to summarize our experience of LRPH and to share our systematic surgical procedure, the '7+3' approach. This approach

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2018 Oncology letters

190. Evaluation of Glasgow?s Volunteering Charter

Evaluation of Glasgow?s Volunteering Charter Evaluation of Glasgow’s Volunteering Charter Gregor Yates David Bomark Glasgow Centre for Population Health March 2018 2 Acknowledgements The researchers would like to thank everyone from the signatory organisations who took part in an interview. Contact Gregor Yates Public Health Research Specialist Glasgow Centre for Population Health Email: gregor.yates@glasgow.ac.uk 3 Executive summary Glasgow’s Volunteering Charter was launched in 2016 (...) plan to support the delivery of the agreed pledge(s). 6 About this study In July 2017, the GCPH agreed to evaluate the implementation of the Charter. All existing signatories were invited by email to take part in a short semi-structured interview. The following research objectives were agreed with Volunteer Glasgow in advance: • To explore the expectations, experiences, challenges and enabling factors in working towards achieving the Charter Mark. • To describe how organisations had gone about

2018 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

191. Cannabis and Canada?s children and youth

Cannabis and Canada?s children and youth Cannabis is the most common illicit drug used worldwide and it is used frequently by Canadian teenagers. Cannabis use during adolescence can cause functional and structural changes to the developing brain, leading to damage. Marijuana use in this age group is strongly linked to: cannabis dependence and other substance use disorders; the initiation and maintenance of tobacco smoking; an increased presence of mental illness, including depression, anxiety

2017 Canadian Paediatric Society

192. Vocational and business training to increase women?s participation in higher skilled, higher valued occupations in low- and middle-income countries

Vocational and business training to increase women?s participation in higher skilled, higher valued occupations in low- and middle-income countries The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org Title Registration for a Systematic Review: Vocational and Business Training to Increase Women’s Participation in Higher Skilled, Higher Valued Occupations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review Marjorie Chinen, Thomas de Hoop, María Balarin and Lorena Alcázar Submitted (...) , IZA DP No. 6895). Retrieved from http://ftp.iza.org/dp6895.pdf Revenga, A., & Shetty, S. (2012). Empowering Women Is Smart Economics-Closing gender gaps benefits countries as a whole, not just women and girls. Finance and Development-English Edition, 49(1), 40. Tripney, J., Hombrados, J., Newman, M., Hovish, K., Brown, C., Steinka-Fry, K., & Wilkey, E. (2013). Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) interventions to improve employability and employment of young people in low

2017 Campbell Collaboration

193. RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine (Mosquirix). Children living in malaria-endemic regions: little efficacy, poorly documented harms

RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine (Mosquirix). Children living in malaria-endemic regions: little efficacy, poorly documented harms Prescrire IN ENGLISH - Spotlight ''RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine (Mosquirix°). Children living in malaria-endemic regions: little efficacy, poorly documented harms'', 1 January 2017 {1} {1} {1} | | > > > RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine (Mosquirix°). Children living in malaria-endemic regions: little efficacy, poorly documented harms Spotlight Every month, the subjects (...) in Prescrire’s Spotlight. 100 most recent :  |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |  Spotlight RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine (Mosquirix°). Children living in malaria-endemic regions: little efficacy, poorly documented harms FEATURED REVIEW In late 2016, the harm-benefit balance of the RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine is highly uncertain, but its evaluation must continue where the vaccine is much needed. Full review (4 pages) available for download

2017 Prescrire

194. Canada?s eight-component vaccine safety system: A primer for health care workers

Canada?s eight-component vaccine safety system: A primer for health care workers Concerns about vaccine safety make some parents hesitant about immunization. Health care providers are pivotal in helping parents understand that Canada is a leader in vaccine safety. The present practice point provides an update on the eight components of Canada’s vaccine safety system: (1) an evidence-based pre-license review and approval process; (2) strong regulations for manufacturers; (3) independent evidence

2017 Canadian Paediatric Society

195. Is it possible to improve children?s and adolescents? health through mobile telephony?

Is it possible to improve children?s and adolescents? health through mobile telephony? Is it possible to improve children’s and adolescents’ health through mobile telephony? - Evidencias en pediatría Searching, please wait Show menu Library Management You did not add any article to your library yet. | Search Evidence-Based decision making Evidence-Based decision making Show menu Library Management You did not add any article to your library yet. × User Password Log in × Reset password If you (...) , Kissee JL, King J, Dharmar M, et al . Impact of a university-based outpatient telemedicine program on time savings, travel costs, and environmental pollutants. Ward R, Taha KM. Patient involvement as experts in the development and assessment of a smartphone app as a patient education tool for the management of thalassemia and iron overload syndromes. Larsen-Cooper E, Bancroft E, Rajagopal S, O'Toole M, Levin A. Scale matters: a cost-outcome analysis of an m-health intervention in Malawi. Prinja S

2017 Evidencias en Pediatría

196. Demirjian?s development stages on wisdom teeth for estimation of chrono-logical age: a systematic review

Demirjian?s development stages on wisdom teeth for estimation of chrono-logical age: a systematic review Demirjian’s development stages on wisdom teeth for estimation of chronological age: a systematic review - NIPH Selected items added to basket Close Search for: Søk Meny Infectious diseases & Vaccines Close Mental & Physical health Close Environment & Lifestyle Close Health in Norway Close Quality & Knowledge Close Research & Access to data Close About NIPH Close Demirjian’s development

2017 Norwegian Institute of Public Health

197. The effects of transport infrastructure and logistics interventions on women?s participation in formal labour markets in low- and middle-income countries

The effects of transport infrastructure and logistics interventions on women?s participation in formal labour markets in low- and middle-income countries The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org Title Registration for a Systematic Review: The effects of transport infrastructure and logistics interventions on women’s participation in formal labour markets in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review Manisha Gupta, Geetha Menon, Surekha Garimella, Shreya Jha (...) . Cross- sectional study Chowdhury S. (2010). Impact of infrastructures on paid work opportunities and unpaid work burdens on rural women in Bangladesh. Journal of International Development, 22 (7). Economic Modeling study Dewina R., Muto M., Sumaryanto S., Yamauchi F. (2011). Are Schooling and Roads Complementary? Evidence from Income Dynamics in Rural Indonesia. World Development, Vol. 39 (12): 2232–2244. Economic Modeling study Gomez, Jr., José Edgardo, Nittana Southiseng, John Walsh, and Samuel

2017 Campbell Collaboration

198. The effect of women?s empowerment strategies on adolescent girls? nutritional status

The effect of women?s empowerment strategies on adolescent girls? nutritional status The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org The effect of women’s empowerment strategies on adolescent girls’ nutritional status: a systematic review Alison Y. Riddle, Abigail K. Ramage, Cynthia M. Kroeger, Vivian Welch, Carol Vlassoff, Zulfiqar Bhutta, Elizabeth Kristjansson, Monica Taljaard, George A. Wells Submitted to the Coordinating Group of: Crime and Justice Education Disability (...) References Alsop, R., Bertelsen, M., & Holland, J. (2006). Empowerment in Practice from Analysis to Implementation. In. Washington, DC: World Bank. Bhutta, Z. A., Das, J. K., Rizvi, A., Gaffey, M. F., Walker, N., Horton, S., . . . Maternal and Child Nutrition Study, G. (2013). Evidence-based interventions for improvement of maternal and child nutrition: what can be done and at what cost? Lancet, 382(9890), 452-477. Black, R. E., Victora, C. G., Walker, S. P., Bhutta, Z. A., Christian, P., de Onis, M

2017 Campbell Collaboration

199. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of physiotherapy and occupational therapy versus no therapy in mild to moderate Parkinson s disease: a large pragmatic randomised controlled trial (PD REHAB) (PubMed)

Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of physiotherapy and occupational therapy versus no therapy in mild to moderate Parkinson s disease: a large pragmatic randomised controlled trial (PD REHAB) Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of physiotherapy and occupational therapy versus no therapy in mild to moderate Parkinson's disease: a large pragmatic randomised controlled trial(PD REHAB) Journals Library An error occurred retrieving content to display, please try again

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2016 NIHR HTA programme

200. Vocational and business training to improve women?s labour market outcomes in low- and middle-income countries

Vocational and business training to improve women?s labour market outcomes in low- and middle-income countries A Campbell Systematic Review 2017:16 International Development Coordinating Group Marjorie Chinen, Thomas de Hoop, Lorena Alcázar, María Balarin, Josh Sennett Vocational and business training to improve women’s labour market outcomes in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review Published: December 2017 Search executed: September 2016The Campbell Library comprises (...) specific job-related life skills (such as preparing a curriculum vitae and developing skills for interpersonal relationships) to broader skills, such as those related to reproductive health and household economics. For example, Gap Inc.’s Personal Advancement and Career Enhancement programme focuses on improving non-cognitive skills through learning modules that emphasize skills such as communication, problem-solving, decision-making, and time and stress management (Gap Inc., 2015). Other programmes

2017 Campbell Collaboration

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