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JOM818718_SM – Supplemental material for A Systematic Review of Human Resource Management Systems and Their Measurement

Corine Boon, Deanne N. Den Hartog & David P. Lepak
Supplemental material, JOM818718_SM for A Systematic Review of Human Resource Management Systems and Their Measurement by Corine Boon, Deanne N. Den Hartog and David P. Lepak in Journal of Management

JOM817605_SM – Supplemental material for Transformational Leadership, High-Performance Work System Consensus, and Customer Satisfaction

Ingo Weller, Julian Süß, Heiner Evanschitzky & Florian Von Wangenheim
Supplemental material, JOM817605_SM for Transformational Leadership, High-Performance Work System Consensus, and Customer Satisfaction by Ingo Weller, Julian Süß, Heiner Evanschitzky and Florian von Wangenheim in Journal of Management

Transformational Leadership, High-Performance Work System Consensus, and Customer Satisfaction

Ingo Weller, Julian Süß, Heiner Evanschitzky & Florian Von Wangenheim
We use human resources (HR) system strength theory to argue that transformational leadership leads to employee consensus on a unit’s high-performance work system (HPWS), that consensus helps align employee attitudes, and that a compression in attitudes facilitates strategy execution and unit-level outcomes. Empirical tests based on a 4-year linked employee–customer panel data set, involving 255 do-it-yourself stores, support our predictions. Transformational leadership is positively related to HPWS consensus. Consensus is negatively associated with unit-level job...

The Accuracy of the Violent Offender Identification Directive Tool to Predict Future Gun Violence

Andrew P. Wheeler, Robert E. Worden & Jasmine R. Silver
We evaluate the Violent Offender Identification Directive (VOID) tool, a risk prediction instrument implemented within a police department to identify offenders likely to be involved with future gun violence. VOID uses a variety of static measures of prior criminal history that are available in police records management systems. The VOID tool is assessed for predictive accuracy by taking a historical sample and calculating scores for over 200,000 individuals known to the police at the end...

Supplemental material for Efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment in acute ischemic stroke due to cervical artery dissection: A 15-year consecutive case series

Francisco Bernardo, Stefania Nannoni, Davide Strambo, Francesco Puccinelli, Guillaume Saliou, Patrik Michel & Gaia Sirimarco
Supplemental Material for Efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment in acute ischemic stroke due to cervical artery dissection: A 15-year consecutive case series by Francisco Bernardo, Stefania Nannoni, Davide Strambo, Francesco Puccinelli, Guillaume Saliou, Patrik Michel and Gaia Sirimarco in International Journal of Stroke

Efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment in acute ischemic stroke due to cervical artery dissection: A 15-year consecutive case series

Francisco Bernardo, Stefania Nannoni, Davide Strambo, Francesco Puccinelli, Guillaume Saliou, Patrik Michel & Gaia Sirimarco
BackgroundLimited observational data are available on endovascular treatment in acute ischemic stroke due to cervical artery dissection. Three studies comparing endovascular treatment with standard medical therapy or intravenous thrombolysis in cervical artery dissection-related acute ischemic stroke did not demonstrate superiority of endovascular treatment. Efficacy and the choice of endovascular treatment technique in this setting remain to be established.AimsTo assess the potential efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment compared to intravenous thrombolysis alone or to no...

Efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment in acute ischemic stroke due to cervical artery dissection: A 15-year consecutive case series

Francisco Bernardo, Stefania Nannoni, Davide Strambo, Francesco Puccinelli, Guillaume Saliou, Patrik Michel & Gaia Sirimarco
BackgroundLimited observational data are available on endovascular treatment in acute ischemic stroke due to cervical artery dissection. Three studies comparing endovascular treatment with standard medical therapy or intravenous thrombolysis in cervical artery dissection-related acute ischemic stroke did not demonstrate superiority of endovascular treatment. Efficacy and the choice of endovascular treatment technique in this setting remain to be established.AimsTo assess the potential efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment compared to intravenous thrombolysis alone or to no...

Supplementary_Table_3 – Supplemental material for Differences of early immunological responses in on-pump versus off-pump cardiac surgery

Sven Lehmann, , Anja Flister, Kristin Klaeske, Khalil Jawad, Jens Garbade, Michael A Borger & Martin Kostelka
Supplemental material, Supplementary_Table_3 for Differences of early immunological responses in on-pump versus off-pump cardiac surgery by Sven Lehmann, Maja-Theresa Dieterlen, Anja Flister, Kristin Klaeske, Khalil Jawad, Jens Garbade, Michael A Borger and Martin Kostelka in Perfusion

Differences of early immunological responses in on-pump versus off-pump cardiac surgery

Sven Lehmann, , Anja Flister, Kristin Klaeske, Khalil Jawad, Jens Garbade, Michael A Borger & Martin Kostelka
Introduction:Cardiopulmonary bypass surgery is accompanied by an inflammatory response and pulmonary dysfunction that renders patients vulnerable to postoperative complications. The majority of studies investigating the inflammatory response in cardiopulmonary bypass focus on cytokine measurements. This study investigated the early response of peripheral blood cell types and early changes in lung tissue in on-pump versus off-pump cardiopulmonary bypass surgery.Methods:Landrace pigs were assigned to the following groups (n = 6 per group): 1. off-pump cardiopulmonary bypass, 2. conventional cardiopulmonary...

Online_Supplementary_Table_1 – Supplemental material for Factors Influencing How Intensive Care Unit Nurses Allocate Their Time

Laurel A. Despins, Jung H. Kim, Chelsea Deroche &
Supplemental material, Online_Supplementary_Table_1 for Factors Influencing How Intensive Care Unit Nurses Allocate Their Time by Laurel A. Despins, Jung H. Kim, Chelsea Deroche and Xuefei Song in Western Journal of Nursing Research

Supplementary_Material – Supplemental material for Characterization of Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Not Attending Self-Management Education Courses: The Barriers to Uptake of Type 1 Diabetes Education (BUD1E) Study

Sophie Harris, Ari Miller, Stephanie Amiel & Henrietta Mulnier
Supplemental material, Supplementary_Material for Characterization of Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Not Attending Self-Management Education Courses: The Barriers to Uptake of Type 1 Diabetes Education (BUD1E) Study by Sophie Harris, Ari Miller, Stephanie Amiel and Henrietta Mulnier in Qualitative Health Research

Supplementary_figure – Supplemental material for Sufentanil pharmacokinetics in a full-term neonate treated with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: a case report

Pavla Pokorná, Martin Šíma, Václav Vobruba, Martina Bašková, Lenka Posch &
Supplemental material, Supplementary_figure for Sufentanil pharmacokinetics in a full-term neonate treated with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: a case report by Pavla Pokorná, Martin Šíma, Václav Vobruba, Martina Bašková, Lenka Posch and Ondřej Slanař in Perfusion

Sufentanil pharmacokinetics in a full-term neonate treated with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: a case report

Pavla Pokorná, Martin Šíma, Václav Vobruba, Martina Bašková, Lenka Posch &
Introduction:Sufentanil is a potent analgesic drug used for pain management. A few studies describe the pharmacokinetics of sufentanil in neonates; however, no pharmacokinetic data about sufentanil during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation have been published yet.Case report:A 1-day-old neonate with moderate hypoxic–ischemic encephalopathy received veno-arterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation support for refractory respiratory and circulatory failure. Sufentanil plasma concentrations were determined during both extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (n = 14) and non–extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (n = 17) period. Based on these measurements, individual...

Inpatient management of gamma-hydroxybutyrate withdrawal

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Objectives:To describe the baseline characteristics, treatment and retention in patients electively admitted for gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) withdrawal management.Methods:All patients admitted between July 2010 to June 2016 who used GHB two or more times per week with a minimum duration of 3 months were identified and data extracted by file review.Results:Twelve cases satisfied the inclusion criteria, of whom 50% were female; 75% were using GHB daily, with an average daily amount of 16 ml. Average duration of use was...

‘Having a mentor helped me with difficult times’: a trainee-run mentoring project

Susana Szabo, Bonita Lloyd, Duncan McKellar, Hannah Myles, Heidi Newton, , Lisa Hahn &
Objective:A mentoring programme was established in South Australia in 2014 by psychiatry trainees, with the goal of reducing stress and burnout amongst first-year trainees. All first-year trainees are offered the opportunity to have a senior trainee as a mentor. This article describes the mentoring programme, presents feedback from participants and identifies areas for further development.Method:The majority (72/76) of first-year trainees entering psychiatry training in South Australia from 2014–2018 were allocated a mentor. Surveys were sent...

Topical Corticosteroid Pretreatment Mitigates Cellular Damage After Caustic Injury to the Nasal Upper Airway Epithelium

, Nathalia Velasquez, Alan Nguyen, Ting Ye, Wei Le, Dawn T. Bravo, Peter H. Hwang, Bing Zhou &
BackgroundTopical corticosteroids are currently employed to reduce established airway inflammation; their prophylactic use might help limit cellular damage against harmful stimuli.ObjectivesTo determine the effects of a prophylactic topical application of budesonide (BD) on an in vivo nasal epithelium injury model induced by trichloroacetic acid (TCA).MethodsC57Bl/6 mice were exposed to intranasal TCA topical application. Three groups received topical intranasal BD, saline solution, or no intervention prior to a single topical exposure to TCA. Controls were not...

The co-production of public value in community development: can street-level professionals make a difference?

Daphne Vanleene, Joris Voets & Bram Verschuere
This article deals with the different roles of the street-level professional in achieving public value in a co-productive community development project. The article focuses, in particular, on the question of how engaged street-level professionals combine different roles – as friend, leader, representative and mediator – in order to empower and include their target audience, thereby contributing to public value creation. This question was explored in a qualitative case study in a community development project in...

Supplemental material for Still ‘skiing their own race’ on New Public Management implementation? Patient choice and policy change in the Finnish and Swedish health-care systems

Christopher J. Smith & Daniel Rauhut
Supplemental Material for Still ‘skiing their own race’ on New Public Management implementation? Patient choice and policy change in the Finnish and Swedish health-care systems by Christopher J. Smith and Daniel Rauhut in International Review of Administrative Sciences

Still ‘skiing their own race’ on New Public Management implementation? Patient choice and policy change in the Finnish and Swedish health-care systems

Christopher J. Smith & Daniel Rauhut
This article applies an agenda-setting approach to the impact of New Public Management on health-care reform in Sweden and Finland (1993–2016). A system-level view of agenda setting and New Public Management implementation is used to order the historical data derived from literature reviews of each health reform process. New Public Management is viewed as a hybrid concept rooted in the search for efficiency gains and cost containment but, here, generating system preservation and system change...

Supplemental Material, online_appendix - More Is Not Always Better: The Case of Counterterrorism Security

& Konrad Grabiszewski
Supplemental Material, online_appendix for More Is Not Always Better: The Case of Counterterrorism Security by Pritha Dev, and Konrad Grabiszewski in Journal of Conflict Resolution

The Relationships Between Time in Range, Hyperglycemia Metrics, and HbA1c

Roy W. Beck, Richard M. Bergenstal, , Craig Kollman, Anders L. Carlson, Mary L. Johnson & David Rodbard
Background:As the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) increases, there is a need to better understand key metrics of time in range 70-180 mg/dL (TIR70-180) and hyperglycemia and how they relate to hemoglobin A1c (A1C).Methods:Analyses were conducted utilizing datasets from four randomized trials encompassing 545 adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who had central-laboratory measurements of A1C. CGM metrics were calculated and compared with each other and A1C cross-sectionally and longitudinally.Results:Correlations among CGM metrics (TIR70-180,...

spub-ri-2017-0437-File006_revised – Supplemental material for Income inequalities in leisure time physical inactivity in northern Sweden: A decomposition analysis

, Paola A. Mosquera, Miguel San Sebastián & Per E. Gustafsson
Supplemental material, spub-ri-2017-0437-File006_revised for Income inequalities in leisure time physical inactivity in northern Sweden: A decomposition analysis by Máté Szilcz, Paola A. Mosquera, Miguel San Sebastián and Per E. Gustafsson in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

Table_S1_revised_191118 – Supplemental material for Illegal substance use among 1,309 music festival attendees: An investigation using oral fluid sample drug tests, breathalysers and questionnaires

Linn Gjersing, Anne Line Bretteville-Jensen, Håvard Furuhaugen & Hallvard Gjerde
Supplemental material, Table_S1_revised_191118 for Illegal substance use among 1,309 music festival attendees: An investigation using oral fluid sample drug tests, breathalysers and questionnaires by Linn Gjersing, Anne Line Bretteville-Jensen, Håvard Furuhaugen and Hallvard Gjerde in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

DAVIES_Supplementary_Figure_1 – Supplemental material for A Randomized Controlled, Treat-to-Target Study Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Insulin Glargine 300 U/mL (Gla-300) Administered Using Either Device-Supported or Routine Titration in People With Type 2 Diabetes

Melanie Davies, Steve Bain, Guillaume Charpentier, Frank Flacke, Harmonie Goyeau, Michael Woloschak, Christoph Hasslacher, Giacomo Vespasiani & Steven Edelman
Supplemental material, DAVIES_Supplementary_Figure_1 for A Randomized Controlled, Treat-to-Target Study Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Insulin Glargine 300 U/mL (Gla-300) Administered Using Either Device-Supported or Routine Titration in People With Type 2 Diabetes by Melanie Davies, Steve Bain, Guillaume Charpentier, Frank Flacke, Harmonie Goyeau, Michael Woloschak, Christoph Hasslacher, Giacomo Vespasiani and Steven Edelman in Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology

A Randomized Controlled, Treat-to-Target Study Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Insulin Glargine 300 U/mL (Gla-300) Administered Using Either Device-Supported or Routine Titration in People With Type 2 Diabetes

Melanie Davies, Steve Bain, Guillaume Charpentier, Frank Flacke, Harmonie Goyeau, Michael Woloschak, Christoph Hasslacher, Giacomo Vespasiani & Steven Edelman
Background:The efficacy/safety of device-supported versus routine titration with Gla-300 in type 2 diabetes (T2DM) was evaluated.Method:AUTOMATIX was a 16-week, randomized, open-label, parallel-group, multicenter, noninferiority trial in insulin-treated or insulin-naïve people with T2DM. The fasting self-monitored plasma glucose (FSMPG) target was 90-130 mg/dL (5.0-7.2 mmol/L). Primary endpoint: proportion of participants achieving target FSMPG at week 16 without severe hypoglycemia. Secondary endpoints included: proportion reaching FSMPG target without confirmed (≤70 mg/dL [≤3.9 mmol/L]) or severe hypoglycemia; time...

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