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Correction: Guideline levels for PFOA and PFOS in drinking water: the role of scientific uncertainty, risk assessment decisions, and social factors.

This paper was originally published under a standard licence. This has now been amended to a CC BY licence in the PDF and HTML.

Drug use beyond the licence in palliative care: A systematic review and narrative synthesis.

Drug use beyond the licence (off-label use, off-label drug use) is a common practice in palliative care and respective recommendations can often be identified in the literature. It is both risky and offers opportunities at the same time and, therefore, requires special attention in clinical practice.

Implementation of antibiotic stewardship programmes in French ICUs in 2018: a nationwide cross-sectional survey.

Antibiotic stewardship programmes have a pivotal role in ICUs, but the level of implementation of these programmes at the regional or national level is not well known.

Politics in the classroom.

Nursing and midwifery is, in the UK, regulated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Regulatory duties include establishing standards for education, and from January 2019, new educational programmes will be approved against standards detailed in the document Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses (NMC, 2019-hereafter "the standards"). This publication lists "the knowledge and skills that registered nurses must demonstrate when caring for people" (NMC, 2019, p.3), and from Septemb...

Barriers to implementing antimicrobial stewardship programmes in three Saudi hospitals: Evidence from a qualitative study.

This study aims to explore antimicrobial stewardship programmes (ASPs) team members' perspectives regarding the factors influencing the adoption and implementation of these programmes in Saudi hospitals.

Cost-per-diagnosis as a metric for monitoring cost-effectiveness of HIV testing programmes in low-income settings in southern Africa: health economic and modelling analysis.

As prevalence of undiagnosed HIV declines, it is unclear whether testing programmes will be cost-effective. To guide their HIV testing programmes, countries require appropriate metrics that can be measured. The cost-per-diagnosis is potentially a useful metric.

Current status of antimicrobial stewardship programmes in Korean hospitals: results of a 2018 nationwide survey.

Antimicrobial stewardship programmes (ASPs) are suggested as a vital strategy to address antimicrobial resistance.

Integrated interdisciplinary simulation programmes: an essential addition to national and regional cardiothoracic surgical training and education programmes.

Development of a High-Throughput Cytometric Screen to Identify Anti- Wolbachia Compounds: The Power of Public-Private Partnership.

The Anti- Wolbachia (A·WOL) consortium at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) has partnered with the Global High-Throughput Screening (HTS) Centre at AstraZeneca to create the first anthelmintic HTS for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). The A·WOL consortium aims to identify novel macrofilaricidal drugs targeting the essential bacterial symbiont ( Wolbachia) of the filarial nematodes causing onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis. Working in collaboration, we have validated a robust high-th...

Medical Rehabilitation Group Programmes Concerning Nutrition Training: Results of a National Survey.

To describe the current practice of nutritional group programmes, the need for further development and training needs of the nutritional teams in medical rehabilitation in Germany.

Development of a core outcome set for behavioural weight management programmes for adults with overweight and obesity: protocol for obtaining expert consensus using Delphi methodology.

Weight management interventions in research studies and in clinical practice differ in length, advice, frequency of meetings, staff and cost. Very few real-world programmes have published patient-related outcomes, and those that have published used different ways of reporting the information, making it impossible to compare interventions and further develop the evidence base. Developing a core outcome set for behavioural weight management programmes (BWMPs) for adults with overweight and obesity will allow ...

Support during pregnancy for women at increased risk of low birthweight babies.

Studies consistently show a relationship between social disadvantage and low birthweight. Many countries have programmes offering special assistance to women thought to be at risk for giving birth to a low birthweight infant. These programmes, collectively referred to in this review as additional social support, may include emotional support, which gives a person a feeling of being loved and cared for, tangible/instrumental support, in the form of direct assistance/home visits, and informational support, th...

Patient preferences for a guided self-help programme to prevent relapse in anxiety or depression: A discrete choice experiment.

Anxiety and depressive disorders are increasingly being viewed as chronic conditions with fluctuating symptom levels. Relapse prevention programmes are needed to increase self-management and prevent relapse. Fine-tuning relapse prevention programmes to the needs of patients may increase uptake and effectiveness.

The Effect of Contextual Risk Factors on the Effectiveness of Brief Personality-targeted Interventions for Adolescent Alcohol Use and Misuse: A Cluster Randomised Trial.

A range of school-based prevention programmes has been developed and used to prevent, delay, or reduce alcohol use among adolescents. Most of these programmes have been evaluated at the community-level impact. However, the effect of contextual risk factors has rarely been considered in the evaluation of these programmes. The aim of this study was to investigate the potential moderating effects of two important contextual risk factors (i.e., socioeconomic status and peer victimisation) on the effectiveness o...

A history of FMD research and control programmes in Southeast Asia: lessons from the past informing the future.

Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is a major animal health problem within Southeast Asia (SEA). Although Indonesia and more recently the Philippines have achieved freedom from FMD, the disease remains endemic on continental SEA. Control of FMD within SEA would increase access to markets in more developed economies and reduce lost productivity in smallholder and emerging commercial farmer settings. However, despite many years of vaccination by individual countries, numerous factors have prevented the successful c...

Title: How can programmes better support female sex workers to avoid HIV infection in Zimbabwe? A prevention cascade analysis.

'HIV prevention cascades' have been proposed to support programmes by identifying gaps in demand for, access to and capability to adhere to HIV prevention tools, but there are few empirical examples to guide development. We apply a prevention cascade framework to examine prevention coverage and factors associated with condoms and/or PrEP adherence among female sex workers (FSW).

The need for community-led, integrated and innovative monitoring programmes when responding to the health impacts of climate change.

In Northern Canada, climate change has led to many acute and interrelated health and environmental impacts experienced among Inuit populations. Community-based monitoring, in which community members participate in monitoring initiatives using various forms of technology, is a key strategy increasingly used to detect, monitor and respond to climate change impacts. To better understand the landscape of existing environmental and health monitoring programmes mobilising different technologies and operating in...

Effectiveness of School based Awareness Programmes against Tobacco among Users and Non- Users- A Cross- Sectional Study from Rural Kerala, India.

Known is the fact that adult tobacco users mostly had their initiation into the habit during the adolescence period. The current study was conducted to evaluate the impact of awareness programmes among adolescent students in rural Kerala, India, in terms of knowledge enhancement on tobacco hazards.

Effectiveness and Core Components of Infection Prevention and Control Programmes in Long-term Care Facilities: A Systematic Review.

Infection prevention and control (IPC) is a measure to prevent healthcare-associated infections in healthcare settings. There is limited evidence of the effectiveness of IPC programmes in long-term care facilities (LTCFs).

The effectiveness of inspections on reported mosquito larval habitats in households: A case-control study.

Dengue is an arboviral disease that imposes substantial health and economic burdens across the globe. Vector control remains a key strategy in settings where Dengvaxia (a dengue vaccine) has not been licenced due to safety concerns and where mass immunization programmes are not cost-effective. Though inspections are used as part of arboviral disease control programmes, evidence of their impact on the entomological activity in households is sparse.

The community pharmacy setting for diabetes prevention: Views and perceptions of stakeholders.

Diabetes prevention programmes delay or prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes in people with pre-diabetes. To increase accessibility, national guidelines recommend delivering diabetes prevention programmes in primary care settings, including community pharmacy. This study aimed to explore the English community pharmacy setting as an option for delivering diabetes prevention services.

Perspectives on Developing Healthcare Managers in Africa: The Strathmore Business School's Healthcare Management Programme.

A substantial shortage of qualified healthcare professionals in Africa continues, but it is now apparent that professionally trained healthcare managers are an equally important need. Health facilities in Africa typically promote physicians into the role of general manager, but physicians and their lay counterparts routinely admit to being ill-prepared for roles as leaders of health systems, healthcare facilities and other services. Few, if any, degree programmes for healthcare management-be they master's i...

ICER Can Do Better for Patients.

No outside funding supported the writing of this article. Mendez is president and CEO of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, which receives greater than 25% of its funding to produce educational materials and for patient research through grants from pharmaceutical companies, including AstraZeneca, Genentech, GSK, Sanofi/Regeneron, and Teva.

A content analysis of tobacco and alcohol audio-visual content in a sample of UK reality TV programmes.

Exposure to tobacco and alcohol content in audio-visual media is a risk factor for smoking and alcohol use in young people. We report an analysis of tobacco and alcohol content, and estimates of population exposure to this content, in a sample of reality television programmes broadcast in the UK.

A systematic integrative review of programmes addressing the social care needs of older prisoners.

The number of older prisoners has risen exponentially over the last two decades, especially in high-income countries. Due to the increased and somewhat inadequately met health and social care needs of this group of prisoners, coupled with their vulnerability arising from higher levels of isolation, poverty and exploitation, financial costs have spiralled and human rights concerns have grown. This review aimed to present an overview of programmes that addressed older prisoners' social care needs, a particula...

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