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The Effect of Krill Oil Supplementation on Exercise Performance and Markers of Immune Function
(PLOS ONE, 2015-09-25)
Background Krill oil is a rich source of the long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which may alter immune function after exercise. The aim of the ...
The Effect of Fish Oil, Vitamin D and Protein on URTI Incidence in Young Active People.
Upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) are a frequent illness among athletes. We investigated the effect of a multi-nutrient supplement (vitamin D, fish oil and protein) on the occurrence of URTI in young active people. ...
Business Research Methods
(South Western Cengage, 2015)
Feedback-in-action within bedside teaching encounters: a video ethnographic study
Context Feedback associated with teaching activities is often synonymous with reflection on action, which comprises the evaluative assessment of performance out of its original context. Feedback in action (as correction ...
Ethical dilemmas faced by hospice nurses when administering palliative sedation to patients with terminal cancer.
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-06-21)
Objective: Palliative sedation is a method of symptom management frequently used in hospices to treat uncontrolled symptoms at the end of life. There is a substantial body of literature on this subject; however, there has ...
Effects of Novel Chalcone Derivatives upon H9c2 and MDCK Cell Viability
Many compounds with potential anti-cancer activity fail to reach the latter stages of clinical trials due to adverse effects, often causing cardiac and renal toxicity. Here, we synthesised a group of novel chalcone ...
‘I came out feeling scared and pressured, and just like a number': undergraduate Education Studies students' perceptions of post-graduate Initial Teacher Education (ITE) routes and selection processes for 2016-17
This paper reports on one phase of a research project examining the National College of Teaching and Leadership’s (NCTL) revised methodology for the allocation of postgraduate ITE places for the 2016-17 academic year. The ...
Emancipatory Engagement and Co-Production: Disability Research for Activism
In 2013 I was invited by Edward Conteh, the head of the Amputee and War-Wounded Association (AWWA) in Sierra Leone, to return to the country. Instead of closing my anthropological research, he asked to me to assist the ...
Non-targeted screening for contaminants in paper and board food-contact materials using effect-directed analysis and accurate mass spectrometry
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-05-05)
Due to large knowledge gaps in chemical composition and toxicological data for substances involved, paper and board food-contact materials (P&B FCM) have been emerging as a FCM type of particular concern for consumer safety. ...