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Setting priorities to inform assessment of care homes’ readiness to participate in healthcare innovation: a systematic mapping review and consensus process
Organisational context is known to impact on the successful implementation of healthcare initiatives in care homes. We undertook a systematic mapping review to examine whether researchers have considered organisational ...
Pregnancy and childbirth in English prisons : institutional ignominy and the pains of imprisonment
With a prison population of approximately 9000 women in England, it is estimated that approximately 600 pregnancies and 100 births occur annually. Despite an extensive literature on the sociology of reproduction, pregnancy ...
The Elephant in the Room: Too Much Medicine in Musculoskeletal Practice
While advances in assessment and management of musculoskeletal conditions have improved care for many people, there have been other, less beneficial developments in the provision of care for people with musculoskeletal ...
Bullying victimization: time trends and the overlap between traditional and cyberbullying across countries in Europe and North America
Objectives This study explores recent cross-national trends over time (2002–2014) in the occurrence of victimization by bullying; then it documents the overlap between cybervictimization and traditional bullying in 2014 ...
Nursing Workload, Nurse Staffing Methodologies & Tools: a systematic scoping review & discussion
Background: The importance of nurse staffing levels in acute hospital wards is widely recognised but evidence for tools to determine staffing requirements although extensive, has been reported to be weak. Building on a ...
Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC): World Health Organization Collaborative Cross National Study : Findings from the 2018 HBSC study for England
(University of Hertfordshire, 2020-01)
This report presents data from the 2018 Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study in England. HBSC is an international study conducted in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). The study captures ...