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Associations between physical activity in adolescence and health behaviours, well-being, family and social relations.
Across Europe and North America, few young people meet the recommended levels of physical activity (PA) of 1 hour of moderate to vigorous PA per day. However, the lives of young people cannot simply be polarised as either ...
Essentials of Multivariate Data Analysis
(CRC Press, 2014)
Adolescent multiple risk behaviour : an assets approach to the role of family, school and community
Background Engagement in risk behaviours may pose a significant threat to health if involvement spans multiple behaviours. The asset model suggests that contextual aspects of young people's lives, such as factors related ...
Insertion of six different supraglottic airway devices whilst wearing chemical, biological, radiation, nuclear-personal protective equipment : A manikin study
Six different supraglottic airway devices: Combitube (TM), laryngeal mask airway, intubating laryngeal mask airway (Fastrach (TM)), i-gel (TM), Laryngeal Tube (TM) and Pro-Seal (TM) laryngeal mask airway were assessed by ...
HBSC England National Report: Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) : World Health Organization Collaborative Cross National Study
(University of Hertfordshire, 2011-10)
Findings from the 2010 HBSC study for England
What is the optimal position of an intubator wearing CBRN-PPE when intubating on the floor : a manikin study
Prompt airway management following a CBRN incident is linked to improved patient survival. However, responding rescuers will have to wear CBRN-PPE and treat patients positioned on the floor which will adversely impact on ...
Comparison of six different intubation aids for use while wearing CBRN-PPE : A manikin study
INTRODUCTION: Respiratory failure following chemical exposure can be fatal and although supraglottic airway devices have been evaluated for use in the management of CBRN casualties' intubation remains the gold standard ...