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Facilitators and Barriers to the Rehabilitation Workforce Capacity Building in Low- to Middle-Income Countries.

An increase in population and chronic conditions leading to disability require increasing emphasis on rehabilitation and health intervention. Poorer countries do not usually have the rehabilitation workforce needed to promote societal inclusion and participation. The roles of the rehabilitation workforce were often not clearly defined, leading to task shifting among rehabilitation professionals. Barriers to capacity building were poor availability of human resources and insufficient training program/support...


Consumption of psychoactive substances in prison: Between initiation and improvement, what trajectories occur after incarceration? COSMOS study data.

Few studies have examined the consumption trajectories of inmates after entry to prison. The aim of this study was to assess the changes in the consumption of psychoactive substance between the period before detention and during incarceration and to characterize the profiles of prisoners with similar consumption trajectories during incarceration.

High sedentary behaviour and low physical activity levels at 12 months after cardiac rehabilitation: a prospective cohort study.

International cardiac rehabilitation guidelines recommend that participants meet public health physical activity guidelines. Few studies have objectively measured how much time cardiac rehabilitation participants spend in physical activity and sedentary behaviour, particularly over the long term.


Highest-Ranking Articles by Altmetric Attention Scores in Three Rehabilitation Journals.

Vaping and Adolescents: The Next Public Health Crisis.

Electronic Health Record (EHR)-embedded Decision Support Platform for Morphine Precision Dosing in Neonates.

Morphine is the opioid most commonly used for neonatal pain management. In intravenous form, it is administered as continuous infusions and intermittent injections, mostly based on empirically established protocols. Inadequate pain control in neonates can cause long-term adverse consequences; however, providing appropriate individualized morphine dosing is particularly challenging due to the interplay of rapid natural physiological changes and multiple life-sustaining procedures in patients who cannot descr...

Alcohol consumption among older women in the United States.

Few studies have examined alcohol consumption among older women. Using the nationally representative National Survey on Drug Use and Health, we examined binge, moderate, and no alcohol consumption among women ages 50+ (n = 21,178). We calculated population prevalence by age and used multivariate logistic regression, controlling for seven sociodemographic factors. In adjusted results, women ages 65+ were more likely to have moderate or no alcohol consumption than those 50-64; Hispanic and African American...

Longer time before acute rehabilitation therapy worsens disability after intracerebral hemorrhage.

Assess the association of time to initiation of acute rehabilitation therapy with disability following intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) and to identify predictors of time to initiation of rehabilitation therapy.

Characterization of bone aluminum, a potential biomarker of cumulative exposure, within an occupational population from Zunyi, China.

Aluminum (Al) is a neurotoxicant; however, efforts to understand Al toxicity are limited by the lack of a quantitative biomarker of cumulative exposure. Bone Al measurements may address this need. Here, we describe and compare non-invasive bone Al measurements with fingernail Al and Al cumulative exposure indices (CEIs).

How much rehabilitation are our patients with stroke receiving?

Stroke rehabilitation often needs to continue following discharge from hospital. The New Zealand Stroke Network recommends community team review within seven calendar days of discharge and a minimum of three hours of therapy per specialty per week. International stroke guidelines make similar recommendations. The Wellington Community Older Adults, Rehabilitation and Allied Health team aimed to determine current local community stroke rehabilitation practice and compare this to guideline recommendations.

The importance of early inpatient geriatric rehabilitation on outcomes in dialysis patients.

To report short-term functional outcomes of incident dialysis patients undergoing inpatient rehabilitation within three months of dialysis initiation.

Prevention of respiratory outbreaks in the rehabilitation setting.

Respiratory viral (RV) outbreaks in rehabilitation facilities can jeopardise patient safety, interfere with patient rehabilitation goals and cause unit closures that impede patient flow in referring facilities.

The Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine through the 2010s: a generalist journal of rehabilitation with a French touch.

In search of solutions for evidence generation in rehabilitation: the second Cochrane Rehabilitation Methodology Meeting.

The availability of evidence to support rehabilitation has been a long-standing challenge. We believe that now is the time to start a systematic process of improvement. For this reason, Cochrane rehabilitation is producing an effort to improve the methodology used to generate evidence. Two Cochrane Rehabilitation Methodology Meetings (CRMM) have been performed (Paris, France, July 2018; Kobe, Japan, June 2019) and 2 others programmed (Milan, Italy, February 2020; Orlando, USA, March 2020). All material disc...

A glutamatergic insular-striatal projection regulates the reinstatement of cue-associated morphine-seeking behavior in mice.

Recently, the insular cortex (IC) was identified as part of the neuronal circuit responsible for the reward expectations in cue-triggered behaviours. Moreover, there are evidences that connections between the IC and the ventral striatum, particularly with the nucleus accumbens (NAc), may mediate the retrieval and performance of actions based on incentive memory. However, the precise role of the IC-NAc connections in cue-related drug-seeking behaviour remains unclear. We used the morphine-induced conditioned...

Toward a Consensus for Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography Education in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: A National Poll of Residency Directors.

The aims of the study were to evaluate integration of musculoskeletal ultrasonography education in physical medicine and rehabilitation training programs in 2014-2015, when the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Residency Review Committee both recognized it as a fundamental component of physiatric practice, to identify common musculoskeletal ultrasonography components of physical medicine and rehabilitation residency curricula, and...

Healthcare Professionals' and Patients' Views of Discussing Sexual Well-Being Poststroke.

Fentanyl depression of respiration: comparison with heroin and morphine.

Fentanyl overdose deaths have reached 'epidemic' levels in North America. Death in opioid overdose invariably results from respiratory depression. In the present work we have characterized how fentanyl depresses respiration and by comparing fentanyl with heroin and morphine, the active breakdown product of heroin, we have sought to determine the factors, in addition to high potency, that contribute to the lethality of fentanyl.

Cognition in Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery Research: Consensus-Based Core Recommendations From the Second Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable.

Cognitive impairment is an important target for rehabilitation as it is common following stroke, is associated with reduced quality of life and interferes with motor and other types of recovery interventions. Cognitive function following stroke was identified as an important, but relatively neglected area during the first Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable (SRRR I), leading to a Cognition Working Group being convened as part of SRRR II. There is currently insufficient evidence to build consensus ...

Cumulative sugar-sweetened beverage consumption is associated with higher concentrations of circulating ceramides in the Framingham Offspring Cohort.

Ceramides have been implicated in the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Limited data exist on how habitual dietary intake of foods that can alter hepatic lipid metabolism may influence circulating ceramide concentrations.

Effect of multidisciplinary rehabilitation on sleep outcomes in individuals with preclinical Huntington disease: an exploratory study.

Allopathic (MD) and Osteopathic (DO) performance on the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Initial Certifying Examinations.

Evaluation of Morphine with Imiquimod as Opioid Growth Factor Receptor or Nalmefene as Opioid Blocking Drug on Leishmaniasis Caused by in Vitro.

In this research, the effect of morphine on promastigotes and amastigotes of has been investigated in the presence of nalmefene as a blocking opioid drug and imiquimod as an opioid growth factor receptor.

Tele-rehabilitation and hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation are comparable in increasing patient activation and health literacy: A pilot study.

Cardiac tele-rehabilitation is defined as using information and communication technology to support rehabilitation services. However, it requires a high level of patient activation and health literacy; this has not yet been explored.

Cardiac Rehabilitation for Adults and Adolescents With Congenital Heart Disease: EXTENDING BEYOND THE TYPICAL PATIENT POPULATION.

Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) effectively decreases morbidity and mortality in adults after cardiovascular events. Cardiac rehabilitation has been underutilized for patients with congenital heart disease (CHD). The primary objective was to evaluate the inclusion of adolescents and adults with CHD in a CR program by analyzing data from our single-center CR program. The secondary objectives were to evaluate the efficacy and safety of CR as well as referral barriers.


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