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Working Health Services Scotland: a 4-year evaluation.

Working Health Service Scotland (WHSS) supports the self-employed and employees of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Scotland with a health condition affecting their ability to work, who are either absent or at risk of becoming absent due to it.


Future of nursing in Scotland.

There is much to like in Scotland's Nursing 2030 Vision, but its success will depend on its implementation. As the name suggests, the document, published in July, sets out a strategy for what nursing in Scotland should look like in 2030. It considers what is done well and what should change, and how to deal with future demands, such as the ageing population and workforce.

Effect of E-OJ-01 on Cardiac Conditioning in Young Exercising Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial: Erratum.


Epidemiological trends and risk factors for tobacco, alcohol and drug use among adolescents in Scotland, 2002-13.

This study estimates trends in prevalence, and patterns, of individual and multiple substance use between 2002 and 2013 amongst adolescents in Scotland.

The caries experience of 5 year-old children in Scotland in 2013-2014, and in England and Wales in 2014-2015. Reports of cross-sectional dental surveys using BASCD criteria.

We report the findings from and comment on the surveys of the oral health of 5-year-old children undertaken in Scotland (2013-14), Wales (2014-15) and England (2014-15). This was the fourteenth survey in Scotland since 1988. In England and Wales it is the third survey since 2007 when changes were required in consent arrangements.

Palliative and end-of-life care research in Scotland 2006-2015: a systematic scoping review.

The Scottish Government set out its 5-year vision to improve palliative care in its Strategic Framework for Action 2016-2021. This includes a commitment to strengthening research and evidence based knowledge exchange across Scotland. A comprehensive scoping review of Scottish palliative care research was considered an important first step. The aim of the review was to quantify and map palliative care research in Scotland over the ten-year period preceding the new strategy (2006-15).

Regorafenib Treatment for Management of Colorectal Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of 6 Randomized Controlled Trials.

Nicorandil for the prevention of contrast-induced nephropathy: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.

Nicorandil has been suggested as a preventative strategy against the incidence of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN). However, results of relevant randomized controlled trials (RCTs) were inconsistent.

Comparison of exosomes and ferritin protein nanocages for the delivery of membrane protein therapeutics.

Exosomes are small membrane vesicles secreted by most cell types that play an important role in intercellular communication. Due to the characteristic of transferring their biomacromolecules, exosomes have potential as a new alternative for delivering protein therapeutics. Here, we investigate whether exosomes provide crucial advantages over other nanoparticles, in particular protein nanocage formulations, as a delivery system for membrane protein therapeutics. We characterized membrane-scaffold-based exoso...

Extracellular vesicle therapeutics for liver disease.

Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are endogenous nanoparticles that play important roles in intercellular communication. Unmodified and engineered EVs can be utilized for therapeutic purposes. For instance, mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)-derived EVs have shown promise for tissue repair, while drug-loaded EVs have the potential to be used for cancer treatment. The liver is an ideal target for EV therapy due to the intrinsic regenerative capacity of hepatic tissue and the tropism of systemically injected nanovesicles...

Surveillance in Scotland and Northern Ireland - how do you engage?

Hayley Atkin, BVA policy officer, encourages vets in Scotland and Northern Ireland to help BVA understand how they engage with veterinary surveillance.

Role of Schmallenberg virus infection in congenital malformations in ruminants in Scotland in spring 2017.

Scotland's Rural College (SRUC), together with the Moredun Research Institute, carries out surveillance for Schmallenberg virus (SBV) infection in cattle and sheep. This article reports findings relating to diagnoses of fetopathy associated with SBV infection and other congenital malformations in these species made between January 1 and May 5, 2017.

Recent developments in intracellular protein delivery.

Protein therapeutics based on transcription factors, gene editing enzymes, signaling proteins and protein antigens, have the potential to provide cures for a wide number of untreatable diseases, but cannot be developed into therapeutics due to challenges in delivering them into the cytoplasm. There is therefore great interest in developing strategies that can enable proteins to enter the cytoplasm of cells. In this review article we will discuss recent progress in intracellular protein therapeutics, which a...

Effect of an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol in patients undergoing pancreaticoduodenectomy: A randomized controlled trial.

Evidence of the advantages of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols following pancreaticoduodenectomy (PD) is limited. The aim of this study was to examine the efficiency of ERAS protocols in patients following PD.

Epidemiological Study of Carbon Monoxide Deaths in Scotland 2007-2016.

Carbon monoxide (CO) intoxications are quite frequent in forensic toxicology. Using a sample of 209 CO-positive deaths in Scotland from 2007 to 2016, this study provides ranges of percentage CO saturations (%COHb) according to the CO source and examines any correlation with age, gender, alcohol, and preexisting disease. It also reports the full toxicological findings, including drug concentrations, in CO-positive cases. The highest numbers of fatalities involved males, occurred during autumn/winter, and the...

A woman's hand and a lion's heart: Skills and attributes for rural midwifery practice in New Zealand and Scotland.

the complex and challenging nature of rural midwifery is a global issue. New Zealand and Scotland both face similar ongoing challenges in sustaining a rural midwifery workforce, and understanding the best preparation for rural midwifery practice. This study aimed to explore the range of skills, qualities and professional expertise needed for remote and rural midwifery practice.

Alternative therapeutics for self-limiting infections-An indirect approach to the antibiotic resistance challenge.

Alternative therapeutics for infectious diseases is a top priority, but what infections should be the primary targets? At present there is a focus on therapies for severe infections, for which effective treatment is most needed, but these infections are hard to manage, and progress has been limited. Here, we explore a different approach. Applying an evolutionary perspective to a review of antibiotic prescription studies, we identify infections that likely make a large contribution to resistance evolution ac...

Trends in hepatocellular carcinoma incidence and survival among people with hepatitis C: an international comparison.

This study evaluates trends in hepatitis C virus (HCV)-related hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) incidence and survival in three settings, prior to introduction of direct-acting antiviral (DAA) therapies. HCV notifications from British Columbia (BC), Canada, New South Wales (NSW), Australia, and Scotland (1995-2011/2012/2013, respectively) were linked to HCC diagnosis data via hospital admissions (2001-2012/2013/2014, respectively), and mortality (1995-2013/2014/2015, respectively). Age-standardised HCC incide...

Genome sequence analysis of emm89 Streptococcus pyogenes strains causing infections in Scotland, 2010-2016.

Strains of type emm89 Streptococcus pyogenes have recently increased in frequency as a cause of human infections in several countries in Europe and North America. This increase has been molecular epidemiologically linked with the emergence of a new genetically distinct clone, designated clade 3. We sought to extend our understanding of this epidemic behavior by the genetic characterization of type emm89 strains responsible in recent years for an increased frequency of infections in Scotland.

Drug delivery systems functionalized with bone mineral seeking agents for bone targeted therapeutics.

The systemic administration of drugs to treat bone diseases is often associated with poor uptake of the drug in the targeted tissue, potential systemic toxicity and suboptimal efficacy. In order to overcome these limitations, many micro- and nano-sized drug carriers have been developed for the treatment of bone pathologies that exhibit specific affinity for bone. Drug carriers can be functionalized with bone mineral seekers (BMS), creating a targeted drug delivery system (DDS) which is able to bind to bone ...

Protein-loaded emulsion electrospun fibers optimized for bioactivity retention and pH-controlled release for peroral delivery of biologic therapeutics.

Biologics are the most rapidly growing class of therapeutics, but commonly suffer from low stability. Peroral administration of these therapeutics is an attractive delivery route; however, this route introduces unique physiological challenges that increase the susceptibility of proteins to lose function. Formulation of proteins into biomaterials, such as electrospun fibers, is one strategy to overcome these barriers, but such platforms need to be optimized to ensure protein stability and maintenance of bioa...

Ageing opioid users' increased risk of methadone-specific death in the UK.

The first evidence that the hazard ratio (HR) for methadone-specific death rises more steeply with age-group than for all drug-related deaths (DRDs) came from Scotland's cohort of 33,000 methadone-prescription clients. We aim to examine, for England, whether illicit opioid users' risk of methadone-specific death increases with age; and to pool age-related HRs for methadone-specific deaths with those for Scotland's methadone-prescription clients.

Introduction to Volume 1 of JOPT Special Issue.

Introduction to Volume 2 of JOPT Special Issue.

Eyes on New Product Development: Preclinical Research.


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