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The purpose of this study is to provide an example of the Medical Research Council's guidelines for evaluating complex health care interventions in the context of smartphone-connected listening devices in adults with hearing loss.
This study aims to explore the possible role of fenofibrate in inhibiting choroidal neovascularization (CNV) in Brown Norway (BN) rats.
Exposure to environmental pollutants may contribute to the development of asthma and other allergies. The aim of this study was to investigate possible associations between asthma and other allergies with exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in adolescents from the Arctic region of Norway.
Katerina Kolyva, Executive Director, Council of Deans of Health, discusses the importance of demonstrating the positive effects of nursing and midwifery research on patient care and safety in order to influence policy makers.
After over 27 years of existence, the executive board of the Health Advisory Council of the state capital Munich (HAC) decided to conduct an inventory.
To investigate the use of specialized health care services for diverticular disease in different hospital referral regions in Norway.
to explore potential users' opinions of a translated and culturally adapted Swedish version of the General Medical Council's MultiSource Feedback Questionnaires.
This study aimed to examine recent time trends in the incidence and prevalence of type 2 diabetes in Norway.
We aimed to compare modifiable cardiometabolic risk factors among treatment seeking adolescents with obesity in Italy, Germany and Norway.
In Mexico, diabetes represents a serious public health problem and a high-cost disease for the health system. Health research is essential for generating new knowledge to combat such a serious issue, however, there is not enough information on how to generate and use it. This paper examines the public funding of 303 diabetes research projects, granted by the National Council of Science and Technology in Mexico between 2002 and 2014. The projects were systematized and classified according to their type of re...
Accurate information about treatment is needed to evaluate cervical cancer prevention efforts. We studied completeness and validity of reporting cervical treatments in the Cancer Registry of Norway (CRN).
To explore the experiences with healthcare received by people living with chronic nonmalignant pain in Norway.
To estimate current food intake in the population of northern Norway and to investigate the impact of self-perceived Sami ethnicity and region of residence on food intake.
This 1-y cohort study examined whether Council of Nutrition Appetite Questionnaire (CNAQ) scores predicted mortality in 316 elderly Japanese residents of five nursing homes (60 men, 256 women; mean age: 84.9 ± 8.3 y).
In 2009, quadrivalent HPV vaccine was introduced in a school-based single-cohort programme targeting 12-year-old girls in Norway. We estimated the impact of the Norwegian HPV immunisation programme.
In this paper, we describe the robust governance structures and processes underpinning the development of the first (2018). The guideline was an outcome of the Centre of Research Excellence for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and an example of a transformative, strategic research initiative to impact delivery model. The governance structure supported and delivered critical ethical and regulatory outcomes, including: broad and diverse representation across health professional and consumer groups and exceeded reg...
This study describes clinical routines for intrapartum fetal monitoring in Norway and compliance with national clinical recommendations.
The United Nations Security Council passed its first resolution on children in armed conflict in 1999, making it one of the oldest examples of Security Council engagement with a thematic mandate and leading to the creation of a dedicated working group in 2005. Existing theoretical accounts of the Security Council cannot account for the developing substance of the children and armed conflict agenda as they are macro-oriented and focus exclusively on states. I argue that Security Council decision-making on th...
Light influences the daily patterning of activity by both synchronizing internal clocks to environmental light-dark cycles and acutely modulating arousal states, a process known as masking. Masking responses are completely reversed in diurnal and nocturnal species. In nocturnal rodents, masking is mediated through a subset of intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) whose projections are similar in diurnal and nocturnal rodents. This raises the possibility that differences in responsivit...
Oral cancer is a horrible, disfiguring and potentially life-shortening disease. The impact of a late or misdiagnosis of oral cancer is evidently serious for patients, serious for the individual healthcare worker, serious for the maintaining of standards, and serious for the upholding of public confidence in the profession. This paper looks at the General Dental Council's expectations and the role of national guidelines with regard to the responsibility of the individual dental professional in identifying po...
End-of-life decisions (ELDs) are embedded in clinical, sociocultural, political, economic, and ethical concerns. In 2014, the Council of Europe (CoE) through its Committee on Bioethics launched the "Guide on the decision-making process regarding medical treatment in end-of-life situations," aiming at improving decision-making processes and empowering professionals in making ELDs.
The revision of the Council of International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) International ethical guidelines for health-related research (2016) heralds a paradigm shift from the 'protectionist' policies that emerged following historical research atrocities of the 20th century, towards a more nuanced and inclusive approach to research participation. Adopting this modified approach will enable countries to secure the benefits of research for individuals and for society as a whole, while at the same...