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For better or worse? Heterosexuality reinvented
Based upon a series of focus group discussions carried out in East Yorkshire, this article contributes to debates on both the nature and theorising of heterosexual relationships that have recently been investigated from ...
Consumer involvement in health research : A review and research agenda
The involvement of consumers in health research is now Department of Health policy within the UK. Despite the existence of policy directives, there is a dearth of knowledge on the effects of such involvement. This paper ...
Consumer involvement in health research : Fact or fiction?
Consumer involvement is now firmly established as National Health Service (NHS) R&D policy. This study identified the range and diversity of current NHS research projects involving consumers within an NHS region, to ...
Computer access by visually impaired people
(Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York., 2002-01-30)
Safety education of pedestrians for injury prevention
Background: Each year about one million people die and about 10 million are seriously injured on the world's roads. Educational measures to teach pedestrians how to cope with the traffic environment are considered to be ...
Egg on their faces : The story of human albumin solution
In 1998, the Cochrane Injuries Group published the results of a systematic review of human albumin administration in critically ill patients. The results showed that the risk of death in patients receiving albumin was 14%, ...
The development of a register of randomized controlled trials in prehospital trauma care
Objectives. To establish a register of randomized controlled trials of interventions in the prehospital care of trauma patients. Methods. A systematic search was conducted for all randomized controlled trials of interventions ...
Promoting nursing participation within primary care groups
This article describes the evaluation of a scheme to improve communication between primary care nurses and newly established primary care groups. Findings suggest that the successes of the scheme were in part attributable ...