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Living bereavement : an exploration of healthcare workers' responses to loss and grief in an NHS continuing care ward for older people
This article reports on research rooted in a work based education project and the theme of loss was chosen by the participating care staff who felt it was central to their work with dependent older people. They coined the ...
Intraobserver Reliability of Angular and Linear Measurements of Scapular Position in Subjects With and Without Symptoms
Objective: To assess intraobserver reliability of angular and linear clinical measurements of scapular position. Design: Test-retest analyses. Setting: Outpatient department in National Health Service teaching hospital in ...
The Validity of the Lag Signs in Diagnosing Full-Thickness Tears of the Rotator Cuff : A Preliminary Investigation
Objective: To investigate whether the lag signs were valid tools in diagnosing full-thickness tears of the rotator cuff. Design: A same-subject, correlation, double-blinded design was used. The results of the external ...
Learning through play: simulation scenario = obstacle course + treasure hunt
(Academic Press, 2008-05-20)
Patient Satisfaction with Private Physiotherapy for Musculoskeletal Pain
Despite emphasis on patient centred healthcare, healthcare professionals have been slow to use validated measurements of patient satisfaction in physiotherapy practice. This cross sectional survey measured patient satisfaction ...
Neoliberalism and its implications for mental health in the UK
This article sets out to outline the tenets of neoliberalism and globalization, prior to the identification of the implications of neoliberalism for the British health system since 1979. The article then focuses on the ...
Involving users in developing health services
Education for the Future : The Changing Nature of Education for Staff in Learning Disability Services
The importance of effective education for staff working in services for people with learning disabilities has been highlighted regularly as a key strategy for improving the quality of care and services. However, there has ...
Predictors of survival after haemorrhagic stroke in a multi-ethnic population : The South London Stroke Register (SLSR)
Objectives: To identify the predictors of long-term survival after haemorrhagic stroke. Methods: Data were collected within the population-based South London Stroke Register covering a multiethnic source population of ...