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Sharma, Manoj - - 2012
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Pandey, Shanta - - 2012
Approximately 10 million pregnant women around the world develop night blindness annually. In India, one in 11 pregnant women suffers from night blindness. This study used a nationally representative sample of 35,248 women from India between the ages of 15 and 49 who had given birth in the past five ...
Fields, Noelle - - 2012
This study explored key aspects of resident transitions to assisted living (AL), including the frequency and importance of preadmission resident education and the potential role of social workers in this setting. To examine the factors that may help or hinder resident transitions to AL, a written survey was administered to ...
Bride, Brian - - 2012
The purpose of this study was to examine factors that may be associated with variation in social workers' perceptions of effectiveness, perceptions of acceptability, and use of psychosocial evidence-based practices (EBPs) for the treatment of substance use disorders (SLID) in comparison to other SUD counselors who are non-social workers. A ...
Gorin, Stephen - - 2012
Ellis, Harold - - 2012
Every reader of this journal will be all too familiar with Colles' fracture; either seeing patients with it in a & e, helping with its reduction and splinting or being part of the Anaesthetics team involved in its management. on an icy winter's day there might be half a dozen ...
Kaczynski, Jakub - - 2012
Current provision of trauma services in the United Kingdom is insufficient, resulting in a high mortality of trauma patients. Multiple studies proved that regionalisation of the trauma care can significantly reduce mortality and morbidity by avoiding unnecessary transfer and reducing delay in delivering definitive surgery. This evidence led to changes ...
Sultan, J. - - 2012
A prospective review of theatre time utilisation of the senior author's elective orthopaedic lists was carried out over a period of 10 weeks. A total of 41 cases were included. Only 54.0% of theatre time was utilised for operating. The anaesthetic time was 12.0%, and 9.3% of theatre time was ...
Ford, Linda - - 2012
During my training to become an Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) I experienced a situation which could have endangered a patient. I have reflected upon this incident using the Gibbs reflective cycle (see Jasper 2003) to help me analyse how the situation arose, how it could have been prevented and what ...
Gaby, Alan - - 2012
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Hoffman, E.J. - - 2012
Abdin, Maria - - 2012
Emeka, Mauris - - 2012
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