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Adding quality to quantity in randomised controlled trials of addiction prevention and treatment: a new framework to facilitate the integration of qualitative research.

Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are important for evaluating interventions and qualitative research is increasingly recognised as crucial to the success of this enterprise. We aimed to describe and demonstrate a temporal parallel purpose framework to help researchers understand how to make optimum use of qualitative research before, during and after RCTs. This framework sets out specific rationales for conducting qualitative research at each stage of a trial, where the rationales presented relate to bot...


A framework for evaluating biodiversity mitigation metrics.

Biodiversity mitigation is a cornerstone of applied conservation. Mitigation encompasses a suite of practices, ranging from planned avoidance of impacts to creation of new natural habitats. Accurate and appropriate metrics quantifying impacts to natural systems and the effectiveness of restoration are necessary to measure the success of different mitigation strategies. Because effective mitigation requires adequate metrics, we developed a Biodiversity Metrics Framework to assist practitioners and policy mak...

Predicting HESI® Exit Exam Success: A Retrospective Study.

Controversy surrounds the use of standardized exit exams to predict and prepare students for NCLEX success. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between Kaplan integrated exam scores and the HESI® exit exam score to determine early indicators of success on the exit exam. A retrospective records review was used to explore relationships between performance on integrated tests and the standardized exit exam. A solid Kaplan comprehensive medical surgical exam score was highly correlated w...


Looking for Darwin in Genomic Sequences: Validity and Success Depends on the Relationship Between Model and Data.

Codon substitution models (CSMs) are commonly used to infer the history of natural section for a set of protein-coding sequences, often with the explicit goal of detecting the signature of positive Darwinian selection. However, the validity and success of CSMs used in conjunction with the maximum likelihood (ML) framework is sometimes challenged with claims that the approach might too often support false conclusions. In this chapter, we use a case study approach to identify four legitimate statistical diffi...

Research Success in Schools of Allied Health Professions.

Although the value of research within schools of allied health professions is widely accepted, its practice is limited, and the means of achieving success is poorly understood. This project aimed to characterize schools that have achieved research success, to explore the activities that allow schools to become successful, and to evaluate the metrics by which research success may be monitored. Using data from the 2016 ASAHP Institutional Survey (n=83 schools) and interviews with leadership at top-funded scho...

The role of third ventricle bowing in the success of endoscopic third ventriculostomy in pediatric and adult patients.

Preoperative third ventricle deformation (known as 'bowing') is associated with higher endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) success. In children, the effect of bowing has not to date been systematically studied. Aim of of this study is to determine the effect of bowing on ETV success in adult and child patients.

Is type 1 tympanoplasty effective in elderly patients? Comparison of fascia and perichondrium grafts.

Tympanoplasty is regularly performed in various ages but data about the procedure in elderly is insufficient. To compare the success rates and hearing outcomes of fascia and perichondrium grafts used for tympanoplasty in patients >65 years and to evaluate the prognostic factors affecting the success of tympanoplasty. Reviewing records of 49 elderly patients underwent tympanoplasty, two groups were constituted: perichondrium (25 patients) and fascia (24 patients) groups. Ages, genders, perforation sides, t...

Early prediction of the success of methotrexate treatment success by 24-hour pretreatment increment in HCG and day 1-4 change in HCG.

Several studies have tried to identify early markers of treatment outcome after methotrexate (MTX) treatment for ectopic pregnancy, including pretreatment and day 4 human chorionic gonadotrophin (HCG) concentrations and their corresponding changes, and the increment in HCG during the initial 24 h after treatment. There have, however, been conflicting results. This study aimed to re-evaluate the role of these markers in the earlier identification of treatment success in a large cohort of women.

Supply chain and logistics competencies in humanitarian aid.

The continuing incidence of disasters and their associated challenges has increased the demand for humanitarian logisticians. However, there is a dearth of research on their essential competencies. This paper proposes, therefore, a humanitarian logistics competency framework (HlCF) to assist with the professional development of humanitarian logisticians. In creating the HlCF, nine competency domains containing 29 specific competencies across four levels (entry to senior management) were identified. This stu...

Not Learning From Failure-the Greatest Failure of All.

Our society celebrates failure as a teachable moment. Yet in five studies (total = 1,674), failure did the opposite: It undermined learning. Across studies, participants answered binary-choice questions, following which they were told they answered correctly (success feedback) or incorrectly (failure feedback). Both types of feedback conveyed the correct answer, because there were only two answer choices. However, on a follow-up test, participants learned less from failure feedback than from success feedba...

Public participation in urban water supply projects - The case of South-West Guwahati, India.

Piped water supply in Guwahati covers less than 30% of the city's population for which the Government of India proposes four new water supply projects, but astonishingly, they faced vehement public protest. The reason for the protest was attributed to lack of trust and need of public representation in the governing body. Besides, public participation is not a mandatory clause in water supply projects and, hence, was not carried out a priori to the project implementation. In an effort to address this, the pr...

Estimating a Key Parameter of Mammalian Mating Systems: The Chance of Siring Success for a Mated Male.

Studies of multiple paternity in mammals and other animal species generally report proportion of multiple paternity among litters, mean litter sizes, and mean number of sires per litter. It is shown how these variables can be used to produce an estimate of the probability of reproductive success for a male that has mated with a female. This estimate of male success is more informative about the mating system that alternative measures, like the proportion of litters with multiple paternity or the mean number...

Reasons to strike first.

De Dreu and Gross predict that attackers will have more difficulty winning conflicts than defenders. As their analysis is presumed to capture the dynamics of decentralized conflict, we consider how their framework compares with ethnographic evidence from small-scale societies, as well as chimpanzee patterns of intergroup conflict. In these contexts, attackers have significantly more success in conflict than predicted by De Dreu and Gross's model. We discuss the possible reasons for this disparity.

A Framework for Inclusive Graduate Medical Education Recruitment Strategies: Meeting the ACGME Standard for a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce.

To help address health care disparities and promote higher quality, culturally sensitive care in the United States, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and other governing bodies propose cultivating a more diverse physician workforce. In addition, improved training and patient outcomes have been demonstrated for diverse care teams. However, prioritizing graduate medical education (GME) diversity and inclusion efforts can be challenging and unidimensional diversity initiatives typically ...

Direct in Situ Crystallographic Visualization of a Dual Mechanism for the Uptake of CO Gas by a Flexible Metal-Organic Framework.

We report a flexible metal-organic framework, [Co(OBA)(BPMP)] (COB), with a new network topology. COB displays structural flexibility under CO gas pressure at 298 K, and the resultant porous phases have been characterized by in situ X-ray diffraction analysis. We show that activation yields a framework with discrete voids and substantial reduction in guest-accessible volume. Single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis under controlled CO pressure shows that COB exhibits a breathing mode of flexibility, combi...

The Relationship Between Social Identity, Stereotype Threat, and Academic Success Among Prenursing Students.

The relationships between social identity, stereotype threat, and academic success were explored among prenursing students. Stereotype threat has been linked to academic success in students from underrepresented populations within the social sciences and educational literature but has not been explored in nursing. A descriptive correlational design was used with Picho and Brown's Social Identities and Attitudes Scale emailed to 159 prenursing students. Stereotype threat was significantly related to race/eth...

Success, but not failure feedback guides learning during neurofeedback: An ERP study.

Neurofeedback is a promising self-regulation technique used to modify specific targeted brain patterns. During neurofeedback, target brain activity is monitored in real time and fed back to the subject in a chosen format (e.g. visual stimulus). To date, we do not know how success and failure feedback are processed during neurofeedback learning. Here we analysed the event related potentials (ERPs) in response to success and failure feedback during a single neurofeedback session in two experiments. Participan...

Embedding knowledge into non-medical prescribing education.

This article focuses on the non-medical prescribing (NMP) module for community prescribers in a nurse education context. The module mainly attracts registered nurses (RNs) from community settings (such as health visiting, school nursing, district nursing and practice nursing), and is provided in higher education institutions (HEIs) as part of a specialist programme or a continuing workforce development module. The article discusses changes to the way the module was taught that can enhance student learning w...

Primary Care Physicians' Experience Using Advanced Electronic Medical Record Features to Support Chronic Disease Prevention and Management: Qualitative Study.

Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. In Canada, more than half of all health care spending is used for managing chronic diseases. Although studies have shown that the use of advanced features of electronic medical record (EMR) systems improves the quality of chronic disease prevention and management (CDPM), a 2012 international survey found that Canadian physicians were the least likely to use 2 or more EMR system functions. Some studies show that maturity vis-à-vis clinicians' EMR us...

Bangladesh: a success case in combating childhood diarrhoea.

Bangladesh had a large reduction in childhood deaths due to diarrhoeal disease in recent decades. This paper explores the preventive, promotive, curative and contextual drivers that helped Bangladesh achieve this exemplary success.

Key factors for successful implementation of the National Rollover Protection Structure Rebate Program: A correlation analysis using the consolidated framework for implementation research.

Objectives On US farms, tractor overturns are the leading cause of death; however, these fatalities are preventable with the use of a rollover protection structure (ROPS). A ROPS rebate program was established in New York in 2006 to address these fatalities. Due to its success, the program expanded to six additional states before being implemented as the National ROPS Rebate Program (NRRP) in 2017. The aim of this study was to evaluate the success of the NRRP implementation using short- and long-term ROPS o...

A highly stable triazole functionalized metal organic framework integrated with exposed metal sites for selective CO2 capture and conversion.

A new triazole functionalized tetracarboxylic acid ligand (H4L) has been synthesized and utilized for the fabrication of a 3D Zn(II) organic framework with a Zn4(-COO)6 cluster as the SBU. The framework exhibits very good thermal stability and consist of dual functionalities of exposed Lewis-acid metal sites and accessible nitrogen-donor Lewis basic sites. The Lewis basic nitrogen sites into the framework serves as CO2 binding sites for highly selective CO2 capture and the presence of exposed Lewis-acid met...

A new academic performance indicator for the first term of first-year science degrees students at La Laguna University: A predictive model.

Academic performance during the first year of university is correlated with future academic success and it is considered a determining factor in the reduction of dropouts. In this paper, we present a new academic performance indicator for the first term of first-year science degrees students at La Laguna University in Spain. We are interested in identifying the most important previous academic factors for predicting the success of first-year students at university. Specifically, multiple linear regression m...

Crystalline anionic germanate covalent organic framework for high CO2 selectivity and fast Li ion conduction.

The metalloid-centered covalent organic framework has attracted great interest from both its structural and application. Heavier elements have seldomly been incorporated in the covalent organic frameworks, even if they exhibit special structural features and properties. Herein, we reported the first crystalline germanate covalent organic framework with hexacoordinated germanate linked by an anthracene linker. The existence of counterion lithium ions in the framework provides a high CO2 uptake of 88.5 cm3/g ...

Template-Free, Surfactant-Mediated Orientation of Self-Assembled Supercrystals of Metal-Organic Framework Particles.

Mesoscale self-assembly of particles into supercrystals is important for the design of functional materials such as photonic and plasmonic crystals. However, while much progress has been made in self-assembling supercrystals adopting diverse lattices and using different types of particles, controlling their growth orientation on surfaces has received limited success. Most of the latter orientation control has been achieved via templating methods in which lithographic processes are used to form a patterned s...


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