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Involving consumers successfully in NHS research : A national survey
Objectives: To investigate how far and in what way consumers are involved in NHS research. Background: There is guidance from the UK Department of Health on involving consumers in research, but it is not known how these ...
The relationship between television advertising, children's viewing and their requests to Father Christmas
Objective: Children's letters to Father Christmas provide an opportunity to use naturalistic methods to investigate the influence of television advertising. Methods: This study investigates the number of toy requests in ...
Expression of humour by emergency personnel involved in sudden deathwork
This research paper provides an analysis of humour expression as a primary coping mechanism by emergency personnel involved in sudden deathwork in the accident and emergency environment. For a number of decades, the ...
Practice and Process in Integrating Methodologies (PPIMs)
Research designs which use multiple methods can provide increased confidence in the accuracy of findings, improve measurement, add new knowledge through synthesis, present multiple voices, build complex explanations, or ...
Exercise therapy for the conservative management of full thickness tears of the rotator cuff : A systematic review
Purpose: To review the evidence for the effectiveness of therapeutic exercise for the treatment of full thickness (including massive and inoperable) tears of the rotator cuff. Relevance: There is little consensus as to the ...
Sudden traumatic death : Caring for the bereaved
Supporting relatives following sudden and traumatic death is one of the most daunting aspects of emergency care. Relatives are devastated by the suddenness of the event, a situation often compounded by the mutilation of ...
Applied Nonparametric Statistical Methods
(Chapman & Hall/ CRC, 2007-03)
Longitudinal changes in extended roles in radiography : A new perspective
Purpose: The purpose of this research was to update data on the scope of changes to radiographic practice since the principal author's last survey in 2000. The study also sought to identify any regional patterns in the ...
Preventing teenage pregnancy : Evidence from systematic reviews
We have recently undertaken an update of the review of reviews (Evidence briefing 2003) on behalf of NICE and in this chapter we briefly summarise the findings of the first review, report in more detail on the results of ...