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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 ...
All for one, one for all
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 ...
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 ...
Challenges in health visitor prescribing in a London primary care trust
In this primary care trust there was limited health visitor prescribing. A case study approach sought to identify reasons for this, to lead to recommendations and changes to develop health visitor prescribing. The situation ...
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Unassisted pelvic floor exercises for postnatal women : a systematic review
Aim. This paper is a report of a systematic review on unassisted pelvic floor exercises for postnatal stress incontinence to identify effective interventions and highlight areas for further research. Background. Stress ...
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 ...