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Fast Girls, Foreigners and GIs : An Exploration of the Discursive Strategies Through Which the Status of Pre-Marital (Hetero) sexual Ignorance and Restraint Was Upheld During the Second World War
This paper explores contradictions within qualitative data gathered among women and men whose young adulthood coincided with the Second World War. These data were generated as part of an ESRC-funded project which investigated ...
Factors related to successful transcatheter closure of atrial septal defects using the Amplatzer septal occluder
The Amplatzer septal occluder (ASO) is used for transcatheter closure of atrial septal defects (ASDs). This study aimed to determine the factors influencing successful closure with the ASO. A retrospective analysis of 69 ...
Observer Variation in Interpreting 18F-FDG PET/CT Findings for Lymphoma Staging
Many studies demonstrate a high accuracy for PET in staging lymphoma, but few assess observer variation. This study quantified agreement for staging lymphoma with PET/CT. Methods: The PET/CT images of 100 patients with ...
Effect of listening to Nellie the Elephant during CPR training on performance of chest compressions by lay people : randomised crossover trial
To determine whether listening to music during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training increases the proportion of lay people delivering chest compressions of 100 per minute.
Observer variation in FDG PET-CT for staging of non small cell lung carcinoma
Purpose: Error and variation in reporting remains one of the weakest features of clinical imaging despite enormous technological advances in nuclear medicine and radiology. The aim of this study was to evaluate agreement ...
Differences in risk factors between Black Caribbean patients with stroke in Barbados and South London
Background and Purpose— Risk of stroke is higher in black Caribbeans in the United Kingdom compared with black Caribbeans in their country of origin. We investigated if these differences were caused by variations in ...
Involving children in research
Children and young people should be involved in the research process when the findings could affect them. It is important to use research tools that will facilitate their engagement as they can offer valuable contributions ...