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The knowledge and learning needs of health professionals in providing support for parents of premature babies at home: A mixed-methods study
Premature babies and their families often require on-going community-based care after discharge from the neonatal unit. Parents themselves have identified the need for health professionals to understand the specific needs ...
Features of central sensitisation in patients with shoulder pain : A feasibility study
Design. A case-control feasibility study, comparing people with unilateral shoulder pain and pain free controls. Background. Previous studies have suggested that central sensitisation (CS) may be present in people with ...
Navigating relationships in practice learning: voices from practice educators
This paper explores the nature and quality of relationships between social work students and their practice educators and discusses how practice educators navigate their multifaceted and complex role in the context of ...
Critical Care Network in the State of Qatar
A four-stage process for intervention description and guide development of a practice based intervention: refining the Namaste Care intervention implementation specification for people with advanced dementia prior to a feasibility cluster randomised trial
Background Some interventions are developed from practice, and implemented before evidence of effect is determined, or the intervention is fully specified. An example is Namaste Care, a multi-component intervention for ...
Uncertain trajectories in old age and implications for families and for palliative and end-of-life care policy and practice
The provision of high-quality end-of-life care for all is high on national (and international) agendas, but areas of unmet needs identified includes elderly people. This article draws on an autoethnographic account of the ...
Presence of a pre-hospital enhanced care team reduces on scene time and improves triage compliance for stab trauma
Background: A reduction in pre-hospital scene time for patients with penetrating trauma is associated with reduced mortality, when combined with appropriate hospital triage. This study investigated the relationship between ...
Shared decision making should be an integral part of physiotherapy practice
Shared decision making is integral to high-quality, evidence-based, and patient-centred physiotherapy practice. It involves therapists and patients collaboratively making a health-related decision after having discussed ...
ICON 2019: International Scientific Tendinopathy Symposium Consensus: Clinical Terminology
Background Persistent tendon pain that impairs function has inconsistent medical terms that can influence choice of treatment.1 When a person is told they have tendinopathy by clinician A or tendinitis by clinician B, they ...