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Timed Up and Go test in typically developing children: Protocol choice influences the outcome.

The Timed Up and Go (TUG) test is one of the most popular functional dynamic balance tests in children with typical and atypical development. However, the TUG protocol varies in terms of turning-point markers and verbal commands.


Visual dependence affects the motor behavior of older adults during the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test.

Older adults show greater postural instabilities under misleading visual cues relative to younger adults. We investigated the effects of age-related visual dependence on motor performance under increased attention demands by adding a motor task and visual stimulus to the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test sub-components.

Does dual-tasking provide additional value in timed "up and go" test for predicting the occurrence of falls? A longitudinal observation study by age group (young-older or old-older adults).

Previous studies using relatively large samples and longitudinal observational designs reported dual-tasking had additional value in timed "up and go" test (TUG) for falls assessment among well-functioning older adults.


Default mode network and the timed up and go in MCI: A structural covariance analysis.

The timed up and go (TUG) is a test used to assess mobility in older adults and patients with neurological conditions. This study aims to compare brain gray matter (GM) correlates and structural covariance networks associated with the TUG time in cognitively healthy individuals (CHI) and in patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

'Think Hep B' in primary care: A before-and-after evaluation of a self-guided learning package.

In Australia, over a third of individuals living with chronic hepatitis B (CHB) remain undiagnosed. Evidence suggests general practitioners (GPs) can be uncertain regarding whom to test. The aim of this study was to evaluate an educational resource for improving GPs' knowledge about whom to test for CHB.

Forecasting the general surgery physician workforce deficit in the state of Georgia: a public health perspective.

The aim of the study was to quantify the current shortage of general surgeons in the state of Georgia and to estimate the shortage in 2040.

A pilot exploratory study comparing the King-Devick test (KDT) during and between migraine attacks.

The King-Devick test is a timed rapid number naming task that involves complex cerebral functions. The objective of this pilot exploratory study is to determine whether there is a difference in the King-Devick test during a migraine attack compared to the interictal phase.

Recourse of patients to their general practitioner in unplanned hospitalization in oncology management: A prospective study in an oncology institute.

Cancer management is a public health issue in France. Its incidence is stabilizing even decreasing, but the prevalence increases. Public policies give at the general practitioner (GP) a central role in oncological care: it must be present at all stages of the disease, from screening to post-cancer.

The Dutch Public Health Foresight Study 2018: an example of a comprehensive foresight exercise.

The use of foresight studies is common in some policy fields, but not in public health. Interest in such studies is growing. This paper gives a general overview of the Dutch Public Health Foresight Study (PHFS) 2018, providing insight into what performing a broad scenario exercise in the field of public health entails and its societal impacts.

Using the intervention ladder to examine policy influencer and general public support for potential tobacco control policies in Alberta and Quebec.

To assess general public and policy influencer support for population-level tobacco control policies in two Canadian provinces.

Influence of dental restoration under general anaesthesia on the low-dose dexamethasone suppression test in dogs.

It was the aim of the study to assess the impact of a minor surgical intervention under general anaesthesia on results of a low-dose dexamethasone suppression test (LDDST) in dogs. Five clinically healthy dogs underwent a LDDST (standard protocol) prior and 1, 4, 7, 14 and 28 days after a dental restoration under general anaesthesia. All LDDSTs revealed negative results. On all test days after intervention some dogs had basal cortisol concentrations below the reference range. Accordingly, plasma cortisol c...

Identifying Perceptions and Preferences of the General Public Concerning Universal Screening of Children for Familial Hypercholesterolaemia.

Familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) is a common genetic disorder that, if untreated, predisposes individuals to premature coronary heart disease. As most individuals with FH remain undiagnosed, new approaches to detection are needed and should be considered a priority in public health genomics. Universal screening of children for FH has been proposed, and this study explores public perspectives on the acceptability of this approach.

Behavioural consequences of divergent selection on general locomotor activity in chickens.

General locomotor activity is a highly variable phenotypic trait of animals. In domestic chickens it is different within and between breeds. The general locomotor activity is a substantially heritable trait and has been shown to be correlated with several other behavioural traits, such as for example feather pecking and anxiety in chickens. However, whether there is a relation between different levels of general locomotor activity and behavioural changes remained unclear. Therefore, a selection line model s...

Stigmas toward psychosis-related clinical features among the general public in Taiwan.

Stigma can be a barrier to early intervention of severe mental illnesses, especially schizophrenia, which further leads to poor outcomes. Mental health campaigns were designed to educate the general public about signs for early identification of psychosis, but the line between schizophrenia and attenuated psychosis was not well demarcated. We wonder if people would generalize their stigmas towards schizophrenia to subjects with subthreshold psychotic symptoms.

Supporting informed decision-making about vaccination: an analysis of two official websites.

To analyze the content of two official French-speaking websites that are used to inform the general public about recommended vaccines in France and Quebec.

Circadian rhythm phase shifts caused by timed exercise vary with chronotype.

The circadian system entrains behavioral and physiological rhythms to environmental cycles and modern lifestyles disrupt this entrainment. We investigated a timed exercise intervention to phase shift the internal circadian rhythm.

Vaccination coverage of general practitioners: a cross-sectional study from Greece.

Vaccination coverage of general practitioners (GPs) is important for their own and for their colleagues' and patients' protection and has been associated with the coverage of the general population. Our study aims to evaluate the vaccination practices of GPs in Crete, Greece.

Stages of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease can be differentiated by declines in timed up and go test: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Motor dysfunction increases in the moderate and severe stages of dementia. However, there is still no consensus on changes in mobility during its early stages. This meta-analysis aimed to measure the level of single-task functional mobility in older subjects with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and/or Alzheimer's disease (AD). In a search of the PubMed, ISI Web of Knowledge, and Scopus databases, 2728 articles were identified. At the end of the selection, a total of 18 studies were included in the meta-anal...

Analyzing Use of the Graduate Record Examinations® General Test in Doctoral Nursing Education: Start, Stop, Continue, or Modify?

The purpose of this study was to analyze uses of the Graduate Record Examinations® (GRE) General Test in doctoral nursing education.

Series: Education and the dentist in 2025. An interfaculty National Progress Test for Dentistry as future method of testing?

The interuniversity Progress Test in Medicine is a measuring instrument consisting of about 200 test items, to measure the development of medical students' knowledge during their studies. The Progress Test consists of 4 tests per academic year. Future versions of the Progress Test will likely be based on computerised administration of the test. One of the main goals of the Progress Test is to counter the so-called 'learningto-the-test' effect. Additional benefits are that students and teachers get det...

Media Coverage of Ethical Issues in Predictive Genetic Testing: A Qualitative Analysis.

Predictive genetic testing (PGT) raises many ethical issues and is of increasing interest to the general population. Mass media, especially newspapers, are the public's main source of information on this topic. We conducted a content analysis of British newspaper reporting, assessing which ethical issues were mentioned. The analysis was qualitative with semi-quantitative aspects. All articles about PGT published in and the from 2011 to 2016 were included. Most ethical issues discussed in the scientific ...

Opinion paper about digitisation, applications (Apps) and artifical intelligence in the health care sector.

The relation between force production at different hip angles and functional capacity in older women.

Although hip muscles are related to activities of daily living (ADLs) in older adults, there is a lack of evidence concerning the extensor-flexor hip torque-angle. A shift of the torque-angle relationship is caused by the aging process (increasing or reducing the range of motion) affecting the force production in a given muscular length during ADLs. Thus, the relationship between hip extensor-flexor muscles' force production and their association with functional capacity tests in elderly women were evaluate...

Page for the General Public.

Scientists' opinions and attitudes towards citizens' understanding of science and their role in public engagement activities.

The increasing perception that public communication in science and technology is an important tool to create a knowledge society is encouraging numerous public engagement activities. However, too little is known about scientists' opinions of and attitudes towards the public with whom they interact during these activities, especially in southern European countries such as Spain. If we want to establish an effective dialogue between science and society, we need to be aware of the opinions and perceptions that...


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