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The predictive ability of the expected utility-entropy based fund rating approach: A comparison investigation with Morningstar ratings in US.

In this paper, we propose an alternative fund rating approach based on the Expected Utility-Entropy (EU-E) decision model, in which the measure of risk for a risky action was axiomatically developed by Luce et al. We examine the ability of this approach as an alternative fund rating approach for its ability to potentially mitigate the drawbacks of the risk measure used in Morningstar ratings, and investigate the ability of the EU-E model based and Morningstar ratings to predict mutual fund performance. Over...

Preconception and antenatal carrier screening for genetic conditions: The critical role of general practitioners.

General practitioners (GPs) provide advice to women and couples before and during pregnancy to optimise the health and wellbeing of couples and their child. Genetic carrier screening can identify the chance of couples having children with recessively inherited genetic conditions. The 2018 federal budget announced Mackenzie's Mission, a $20 million Medical Research Future Fund project investigating how such screening could be offered to all couples who wish to access it.

Integrating nutrition outcomes into agriculture development for impact at scale: Highlights from the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund.

The Canadian International Food Security Research Fund programme supported research and scaling up of nutrition- and gender-sensitive agriculture innovations from 2009 to 2018. Women and girls were identified as agents of change and were targeted as the main programme beneficiaries. Projects were implemented in 25 countries through multistakeholder partnerships among universities, research institutions, public and private sectors, and civil society groups, reaching over 78 million people, mainly women and c...

The Financial Burden Of Paid Home Care On Older Adults: Oldest And Sickest Are Least Likely To Have Enough Income.

Paid home care can significantly improve the lives of older adults with disabilities and their families, but recipients often incur substantial out-of-pocket spending. We simulated the financial burden of paid home care for a nationally representative sample of non-Medicaid community-dwelling adults ages sixty-five and older. We found that 74 percent could fund at least two years of a moderate amount of paid home care if they liquidated all of their assets, and 58 percent could fund at least two years of ...

"What's fair to an individual is not always fair to a population": A qualitative study of patients and their health professionals using the Cancer Drugs Fund.

To understand the values attached to cancer treatment at the end of life (EoL) to inform policy decisions around the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) EoL criterion.

Challenges in integrating health and social care: the Better Care Fund in England.

Recently, health insurance claims have regained the attention of the scientific community as a source of real-world evidence in health care research and quality improvement. To date, very few studies are available which investigate the validity of health insurance claims; these may be affected by bias from several sources, such as possible upcoding of co-morbidities and complications for reimbursement advantages. The IDOMENEO study investigates the inpatient treatment of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) co...

In celebration of Joan Broderick, 2019 recipient of the Alfred Bader Award in Bioorganic or Bioinorganic Chemistry.

Incentives and challenges related to technological research and innovation within the Unified Health System in the Federal District of Brazil.

This article analyzes the profile of research conducted in the Federal District of Brazil funded through public calls for proposals issued by the Research for the SUS Program: shared health management/Federal District (PPSUS/DF) and a research support program run by the Superior School of Health Sciences, maintained by the Health Sciences Teaching and Research Foundation (ESCS/FEPECS, acronym in Portuguese). A document analysis was undertaken of all research funded by the PPSUS/DF and ESCS/FEPECS's Research...

Storm warning: lung disease in systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

Dr. Nigrovic's work was supported by the NIH grants R01 AR065538, AR075906, AR073201 and P30 AR070253, the Fundación Bechara and the Arbuckle Family Fund for Arthritis Research. PAN is the recipient of investigator-initiated research grants from Novartis, Pfizer, Sobi, and Bristol-Myers Squibb; consulting fees from Novartis, Pfizer, Sobi, Quench Bio ($10,000); salary support from the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance; and royalties from UpToDate and the American Academy of Pediatrics. ...

Chemotherapy-induced cachexia dysregulates hypothalamic and systemic lipoamines and is attenuated by cannabigerol.

Muscle wasting, anorexia, and metabolic dysregulation are common side-effects of cytotoxic chemotherapy, having a dose-limiting effect on treatment efficacy, and compromising quality of life and mortality. Extracts of Cannabis sativa, and analogues of the major phytocannabinoid Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, have been used to ameliorate chemotherapy-induced appetite loss and nausea for decades. However, psychoactive side-effects limit their clinical utility, and they have little efficacy against weight loss. We ...

Adherence of Mexican physicians to clinical guidelines in the management of breast cancer: Effect of the National Catastrophic Health Expenditure Fund.

To assess the adherence of physicians to the Medical-Care Guidelines for Malignant Breast Tumors in Mexico, before and after the allocation of federal subsidies from the Catastrophic Health Expenditure Fund (FPGC by its Spanish initials) to accredited hospitals, a strategy implemented with the view of offering free treatment to women with breast cancer (BC).

Health impacts and cost-benefit analyses of surface O and PM over the U.S. under future climate and emission scenarios.

Health impacts of surface ozone (O) and fine particulate matter (PM) are of major concern worldwide. In this work, the Environmental Benefits Mapping and Analysis Program tool is applied to estimate the health and economic impacts of projected changes in O and PM in the U.S. in future (2046-2055) decade relative to current (2001-2010) decade under the Representative Concentration Pathway (RCP) 4.5 and 8.5 climate scenarios. Future annual-mean O reductions under RCP 4.5 prevent ~1,800 all-cause mortality, 76...

The prevalence of tattooing and motivations in five major countries over the World.

Tattoos are common in Western countries [1, 2]. There is a growing interest in tattoos in other parts of the globe such as Latin America [3] but overall data are scarce. We report an international online survey among a representative sample of the general population from five major countries (Brazil 209 million inhabitants, China 1 386 million, France 67 million, Russia 144 million and United-States, USA, 325 million) [4]. The data collection procedure was identical to previous studies [1,5,6] and has been...

Developing and establishing research guidelines in a private higher education institution of Saudi Arabia. An experience.

To develop and establish research guidelines of international standards that matches appropriate cross-cultural and religious considerations of the region.

Consensus-based clinical research priorities for emergency nursing in Australia.

Research is vital to responding to contemporary challenges of providing safe, high quality emergency nursing care, yet the research priorities for emergency nursing practice in Australia are unknown. This study aimed to establish research priorities for emergency nursing in Australia.

Price competition and reimbursement of biosimilar granulocyte-colony stimulating factor in Hungary.

After patent expiration of original biological drugs, they can be marketed as biosimilars. In this study, we analyzed the bid approach of the Hungarian National Health Insurance Fund Administration (NHIFA) based on the results of two consecutive bids on colony stimulating factor (CSF).

Methods of transmission and features of the course of hepatitis c virus infection in children: medical and social aspects.

Introduction: Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a major global problem. According to WHO, 150-200 million people globally have hepatitis C infection. Even though HCV infection morbidity rate in children is relatively low in comparison with the adult population, approximately 5 million children in the world have active HCV. There is a number of differences between HCV infection in adults and in children. However, the data pertaining to this issue is controversial. The aim: Research, analysis and synthesis...

The socio-economic impact timeline in Serbia for persistent organic pollutants (POPs).

Assessing the socio-economic impact of dangerous chemicals, including persistent organic pollutants (POPs) as a specific segment, includes analysis of their impacts on human health, on the environment and on local economic development. Abundant evidence of these effects of dangerous chemicals throughout the world is provided by published research. According to WHO, these chemicals cause around 4.9 million deaths (8.3%) and 86 million Disability-Adjusted Life Years (5.7%) globally; according to very conserva...

The phytocannabinoid (-)-cannabidiol (CBD) operates as a complex, differential modulator of human hair growth: Anti-inflammatory submicromolar versus hair growth inhibitory micromolar effects.

Is it time to fund routine NHS usage of PSMA PET-CT?

Nutrition status of nulliparous married Indian women 15-24 years: Decadal trends, predictors and program implications.

In India, 66% of 8 million married adolescents (~5.3 million) are nulliparous and likely to conceive soon. Among married young women aged 20-24 years about 9.1 million are nulliparous. This group remains relatively less reached in maternal nutrition programs. Current estimates of their nutritional status and predictors of body mass index (BMI) are unavailable. Thinness (BMI

PEOPLE: PatiEnt prOstate samPLes for rEsearch, a tissue collection pathway utilizing MRI data to target tumor and benign tissue in fresh radical prostatectomy specimens.

Over one million men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year worldwide, with a wide range of research programs requiring access to patient tissue samples for development of improved diagnoses and treatments. Random sampling of prostate tissue is sufficient for certain research studies, however there is a growing research need to target areas of aggressive tumor as fresh tissue. Here we set out to develop a new pathway "PEOPLE: PatiEnt prOstate samPLes for rEsearch" to collect high quality fresh tissue ...

Academic Medicine and Science Diplomacy: Medical Education in Iraq.

Physicians are infrequently selected to serve in the yearlong role of Jefferson Science Fellow (JSF) as Senior Science Advisor for the U.S. Department of State or the United States Agency for International Development. The authors discuss the role of a JSF in promoting "Science Diplomacy" from the perspective of one alumnus who sites examples of ongoing, long-term collaborative projects including one focusing on medical education reform in Iraq that would not have been possible without the JSF program. More...

Indole-3-glyoxyl tyrosine: synthesis and antimalarial activity against Plasmodium falciparum.

More than 40% of the world's population, across 105 countries, live in malaria endemic areas. It is estimated that about 500 million cases of malaria and half a million deaths occur per year.

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