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Submissions from 2014

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Exercise physiologists: essential players in interdisciplinary teams for noncommunicable chronic disease management, E sme J. Soan, Steven J. Street, Sharon Brownie, and Andrew P. Hills

Submissions from 2013

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Introducing a new cadre into Uganda’s health care system: lessons learnt from the implementation process, Gerald M. Amandu, Leana R. Uys, Joseph Mwizerwa, Alex Erejo, Irene A. Cheruto, and Margaret Chota

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The sociodemographic and health-related characteristics of a regional population with chronic disease at an interprofessional student-assisted clinic in Queensland Capricornia Allied Health Partnership, Kerrie-Anne Frakes, Sharon Brownie, Lauren Davies, Mary-Ellen Miller, and Zephanie Tyack

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Preterm Birth a Risk Factor for Postpartum Depression in Pakistani Women, Salima Sulaiman Gulamani, Shahirose Premji, Zeenatkhanu Kanji, and Syed Iqbal Azam

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Factors surrounding tools used in smoking and pregnancy research, David King and Grace Edwards

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Complexity in healthcare: Implications for clinical education, P. Kuipers, E. Kendall, C. Ehrlich, M. McIntyre, L. Barber, D. Amsters, M. Kendall, K. Kuipers, and Sharon Brownie

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Prolonged-stay patients in the PACU: a review of the literature, Sharifa Bashir Lalani, Fauziya Ali, and Zeenatkhanu Kanji

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Prolonged sexual abstinence after childbirth: gendered norms and perceived family health risks. Focus group discussions in a Tanzanian suburb, Columba Mbekenga, Andrea B. Pembe, Elisabeth Darj, Kyllike Christensson, and Pia Olsson

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A review of postpartum depression, preterm birth, and culture, Sid Salima, Shahirose Premji, Zeenatkhanu Kanji, and Iqbal Syed Azam

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Risk factor predictive of transplant free survival in a large cohort of PSC patients in the UK, Brijesh Srivastava, K. Spiess, Matthew Brown, Agnes Muriithi, Muhammad Dawwas, Graeme Alexander, Richard Sandford, Simon Rushbrook, and Roger Chapman

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The lived experience of families with a mentally ill family member, Moses Wankiiri, Karen B. Drake, and Kimberley R. Meyer

Submissions from 2012

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Exploring the contribution of general self-efficacy to the use of self-care symptom management strategies by people living with HIV infection, Inge B. Corless, Dean Wantland, Kenn M. Kirksey, Patrice K. Nicholas, Sarie Human, John Arudo, Maria Rosa, Yvette Cuca, Sue Willard, Mary Jane Hamilton, Carmen Portillo, Elizabeth Sefcik, Linda Robinson, Cathy Bain, Shanaz Moezzi, Mary Maryland, Emily Huang, and William L. Holzemer

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Extent of East African nurse leaders’ participation in health policy development, Nilufa Jivraj Shariff and E. Potgieter

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Fine mapping and replication of genetic risk loci in primary sclerosing cholangitis, Brijesh Srivastava, George Mells, Heather Cordell, Agnes Muriithi, Matthew Brown, Eva Ellinghaus, Andre Franke, Uk-Psc Consortium, Tom H. Karlsen, Richard Sandford, Graeme Alexander, Roger W. Chapman, Simon M. Rushbrooki, and Espen Melum

Submissions from 2011

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Tanzanian nurses understanding and practice of spiritual care, Khairunnisa Aziz Dhamani, Pauline Paul, and Joanne Kaye Olson

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Translation of research instruments: research processes, pitfalls and challenges, Khairunnisa Dhamani and M. S. Richter

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Meeting the challenge: implementing the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative in a culturally diverse country., Grace Edwards, Jane Abdulali, and Rajakumari Ravi Kumar

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Implementing routine provider-initiated HIV testing in public health care facilities in Kenya: a qualitative descriptive study of nurses' experiences, Catrin Evans and Eunice Ndirangu

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A Qualitative Study: Why Prolonged Stay in the Recovery Room?, Sharifa B. Lalani, Fauzia Ali, Zeenatkhanu Kanji, Salma Jaffer, and Mohammed Ali

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Joy, struggle and support: Postpartum experiences of first-time mothers in a Tanzanian suburb, Columba Mbekenga, Kyllike Christensson, Helen I. Lugina, and Pia Olsson

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Postpartum experiences of first-time fathers in a Tanzanian suburb: a qualitative interview study, Columba Mbekenga, Helen I. Lugina, Kyllike Christensson, and Pia Olsson

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Informal support to first-parents after childbirth: a qualitative study in low-income suburbs of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Columba Mbekenga, Andrea B. Pembe, Kyllike Christensson, Elisabeth Darj, and Pia Olsson

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Genome-wide association study identifies 12 new susceptibility loci for primary biliary cirrhosis, George Mells, James Floyd, Katherine Morley, Heather Cordell, Christopher Franklin, So-Youn Shin, Michael Heneghan, James Neuberger, Peter Donaldson, Darren Day, Samantha Ducker, Agnes Muriithi, Elizabeth Wheater, Christopher Hammond, Muhammad Dawwas, UK-PBC Consortium, David Jones, Leena Peltonen, Graeme Alexander, Richard Sandford, and Carl Anderson

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The Lived Experience of Discontinuing Hormonal Contraception Among Women in Rural Uganda, Joseph Mwizerwa and Locsin C. Rozzano

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Global Perspectives on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Vulnerable Babies of the World British, Shahirose Premji and Zeenatkhanu Kanji

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OP07 Phenotypic description of a large cohort of PSC patients in the UK, Brijesh Srivastava, Agnes Muriithi, Matthew Brown, Graeme Alexander, Tom Karlsen, Simon Rushbrook, and Roger Chapman

Palliative care for people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda: an investigation of patients & caregiver’s outcome and professional perspectives, Wesley Too

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Palliative care for people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda: an investigation of patients & caregiver’s outcome and professional perspectives, Wesley Too

Submissions from 2010

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International Migration of Doctors, and Its Impact on Availability of Psychiatrists in Low and Middle Income Countries, Rachel Jenkins, Robert Kydd, Paul Mullen, Kenneth Thomson, James Sculley, Susan Kuper, Joanna Carroll, Oye Gureje, Simon Hatcher, Sharon Brownie, Christopher Carroll, Sheila Hollins, and Mai Luen Wong

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Exploring the experiences of resilience in Muslim Afghan Refugee children, Zeenatkhanu Kanji and Brenda L. Cameron

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The World Health Organization should design serious strategies to oblige poor nations to comply and curb rising numbers of female tobacco users, Joseph Mwizerwa

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Prevalence, self-care behaviors, and self-care activities for peripheral neuropathy symptoms of HIV/AIDS, Patrice K. Nicholas, Joachim Voss, Dean Wantland, Teri Lindgren, Emily Huang, William L. Holzemer, Yvette Cuca, Shahnaz Moezzi, Carmen Portillo, Suzanne Willard, John Arudo, Kenn Kirksey, Inge B. Corless, María E. Rosa, Linda Robinson, Mary J. Hamilton, Elizabeth Sefcik, Sarie Human, Marta Rivero-Mendez, Mary Maryland, Kathleen M. Nokes, Lucille Eller, Jeanne Kemppainen, Carol Dawson-Rose, John M. Brion, Elli H. Bunch, Maureen Shannon, Thomas P. Nicholas, Ana Viamonte-Ros, and Catherine A. Bain

Submissions from 2009

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RANZCP Experiences in establishing and progressing an externally focused mental health policy and partnership agenda, Sharon Brownie and Julian Freidin

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'People are creating policy up there, they are not coming down': nurses' views on the expansion of routine provider-initiated HIV testing and counselling in Nairobi, Kenya., Catrin Evans and Eunice Ndirangu

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The nursing implications of routine provider-initiated HIV testing and counselling in sub-Saharan Africa: a critical review of new policy guidance from WHO/UNAIDS, Catrin Evans and Eunice Ndirangu

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A multidisciplinary summer studentship in palliative and supportive care in Oncology, Alysa Fairchild, S. Lefresne, D. Nielsen, Sharon Watanabe, Carole Chambers, C. Winfield, Tayreez Mushani, Janice Yurick, Lisa Lem, Patty Tachynski, J-A. Borschneck, L. Tyre, and A-M. Stacey

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Using evidence to reduce the rate of episiotomy in a Dubai hospital, Sylvia Fernandes, Ebenezer Ellen Benjamin, and Grace Edwards

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The ARCAN cascading model: enhancing nursing capacity in East Africa, Eunice Ndirangu, John Arudo, and Yasmin Amarsi

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Experiences of African immigrant women living with HIV in the U.K.: implications for health professionals, Eunice Ndirangu and Catrin Evans

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The importance of HIV specialist services for African women living with HIV in Nottingham: results of a qualitative study, Eunice Ndirangu and Catrin Evans

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Does “Asymptomatic” Mean Without Symptoms for Those Living with HIV Infection?, Suzanne Willard, William L. Holzemer, Dean J. Wantland, Yvette P. Cuca, Kenn M. Kirksey, Carmen J. Portillo, Inge B. Corless, Marta Rivero-Méndez, María E. Rosa, Patrice K. Nicholas, Mary Jane Hamilton, Elizabeth Sefcik, Jeanne Kemppainen, Gladys Canaval, Linda Robinson, Shahnaz Moezzi, Sarie Human, John Arudo, Lucille Sanzero Eller, Eli Bunch, Pamela J. Dole, Christopher Coleman, Kathleen Nokes, Nancy R. Reynolds, Yun-Fang Tsai, Mary Maryland, Joachim Voss, and Teri Lindgren

Submissions from 2008

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Restoring patency to central venous access devices, Cynthia Cummings-Winfield and Tayreez Mushani

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Intent to migrate among nursing students in Uganda measures of the brain drain in the next generation of health professionals, Lisa Nguyen, Steven Ropers, Esther Nderitu, Anneke Zuyderduin, Sam Luboga, and Amy Hagopian

Submissions from 2007

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Exploring the feasibility of utilising dual qualifications in midwifery and health visiting, Grace Edwards and Angela M. Kerrigan

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Resilience in Afghan children and their families: a review, Zeenatkhanu Kanji, Jane Drummond, and Brenda Cameron

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Developing a nursing database system in Kenya, Patricia L. Riley, Stephen M. Vindigni, John Arudo, Agnes N. Waudo, Andrew Kamenju, Japheth Ngoya, Elizabeth O. Oywer, Chris P. Rakuom, Marla E. Salmon, Maureen Kelley, Martha Rogers, Michael E. St. Louis, and Lawrence H. Marum

Submissions from 2003

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Impact of rising caesarean rate on stillbirths in Merseyside, Zarko Alfirevic and Grace Edwards

Submissions from 2002

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Defining the cultural milieu for implementing faculty practice in Pakistan, Michele J. Upvall, Zeenatkhanu Kanji, Salma Jaffer, Khurshid Khowaja, Rubina Barolia, and Yasmin Amarsi

Submissions from 2001

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Varieties of male circumcision: a study from Kenya, Judith Brown, Kenneth D. Micheni, Elizabeth M.J. Grant, James Mwenda, Francis Muthiri, and Angus R. Grant

Submissions from 1998

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Putting evidence into practice, Rumona Dickson, D. Abdullahi, Walter Flores, J. Lane, B. Marchand, James Mwenda, H. Simpson, and Paul Garner

Submissions from 1997

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Adolescents' ideas about the health of the fetus, Grace Edwards, Martin Stanisstreet, and Edward Boyes