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Analysis of the final workshop for the Priority Setting Partnership for hyperhidrosis
Introduction Hyperhidrosis is characterised by excessive sweating, and affects ~3% of the population. It can significantly affect quality of life. However, many people with hyperhidrosis don’t seek medical help due to the ...
Giving birth in water in England; a National retrospective cohort study of factors associated with its use in 50,482 women
(Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecogy, 2019-06-17)
Waterbirth: characteristics and outcomes in low risk women and babies: a retrospective population cohort study in England 2015/16.
(Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference 2020 (THEconf2020). Integrated Healthcare: Developing Person-centred Health Systems. March 4-5th 2020 Dublin, Ireland . Trinity College, Dublin, 2020-03-05)
Background Little is known about the incidence of delivery in water and concerns have been raised about the effects of waterbirth on women and their babies as it becomes more popular. Aims and objectives of the study To ...
Understanding the effects of a polymer on the surface dissolution of pharmaceutical cocrystals using combined experimental and molecular dynamics simulation approaches
(ACS Publications, 2019-12-30)
The molecular interactions between the surfaces of cocrystals [i.e., flufenamic acid and theophylline (FFA-TP), flufenamic acid and nicotinamide (FFA-NIC), and carbamazepine and nicotinamide (CBZ-NIC)] and the polymers ...
Development and Evaluation of Cognitive Games to Promote Health and Wellbeing in Elderly People with Mild Cognitive Impairment
(IOS Press, 2018)
Background: In Europe the number of elderly people is increasing. This population growth has resulted in higher healthcare costs. The purpose of this project was to try to promote active ageing in people aged 65-80 with ...
Body image perception and satisfaction among Indian women residing in UK and Singapore
Women from the same ethnic background should not differ much regarding body shape. Nonetheless, living in a different country may contribute to differences in body image perception and satisfaction. Hence, the aim of this ...
Factors influencing utilisation of ‘free-standing’ and ‘alongside’ midwifery units for low-risk births in England: a mixed-methods study
(National Institute for Health Research, 2020-03-02)
Abstract Background Midwifery-led units (MUs) are recommended for ‘low-risk’ births by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence but according to the National Audit Office were not available in one-quarter ...
Effect of ramadan fasting on glycemic control and other essential variables in diabetic patients.
Background: Fasting during the holy month of Ramadan is a religious obligation for all Muslims who represent 1.8 billion of the world population (24%). This study explores the effect of Ramadan fasting on the blood ...
Fearing Compassion Impacts Psychological Well-being but has no Effect on Physiological Indicators.
Fearing Compassion Impacts Psychological Well-being but has no Effect on Physiological Indicators. Objective: Fears of compassion are feelings of threat towards receiving and giving kindness. This study examined the fears ...