Impact of the insertion of the clinical pharmacist in the Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cells Transplantation teamMaria Olívia Barboza Zanetti, João Paulo Vilela Rodrigues, Fabiana Rossi Varallo, Renato Luiz Guerrino Cunha, Belinda Pinto Simões & Leonardo Régis Leira Pereira
IntroductionAllogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cells Transplantation (allo-HSCT) is capable of curing patients with neoplastic or non-neoplastic hematologic disorders or of prolonging their survival. This study assessed if the insertion of the clinical pharmacist in the allo-HSCT team modified the outcomes: transplantation-related mortality, grafting failure, incidence of Graft versus Host Disease, hospitalization time, time for grafting, number of readmissions, number of drug-related problems (DRPs), adherence and knowledge about pharmacotherapy.Methods: Interventional study with historical control carried out in...
sj-pdf-1-cpx-10.1177_21677026211068871 – Supplemental material for The Effect of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Maternal Mental Health and Parenting Practices Moderated by Urban Green SpaceMarigen Narea, Kenzo Asahi, Alejandra Abufhele, Amanda Telias, Damián Gildemeister & Samanta Alarcón
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-cpx-10.1177_21677026211068871 for The Effect of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Maternal Mental Health and Parenting Practices Moderated by Urban Green Space by Marigen Narea, Kenzo Asahi, Alejandra Abufhele, Amanda Telias, Damián Gildemeister and Samanta Alarcón in Clinical Psychological Science
The Effect of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Maternal Mental Health and Parenting Practices Moderated by Urban Green SpaceMarigen Narea, Kenzo Asahi, Alejandra Abufhele, Amanda Telias, Damián Gildemeister & Samanta Alarcón
Stress generates difficulties in parenting, which affects child development. We aimed to understand the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on maternal mental health and parenting practices. We also explored to what extent green space is a protective factor in the aforementioned relationship. We explored heterogeneous lockdown effects using longitudinal georeferenced data for 985 families (mothers and 24- to 30-month-olds) and exploiting localized lockdowns in Chile. Controlling for observed and unobserved fixed characteristics, on average, we did...
Which Anxious Adolescents Were Most Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic?Santiago Morales, Selin Zeytinoglu, Nicole E. Lorenzo, Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, Kathryn A. Degnan, Alisa N. Almas, Daniel S. Pine & Nathan A. Fox
Although the COVID-19 pandemic caused significant stress and anxiety among many people, individuals’ experiences varied. We examined whether specific forms of anxiety predicted distinct trajectories of anxiety, perceived stress, and COVID-related worries during 3 early months of the pandemic. In a longitudinal study (N = 291), adolescents’ (n = 194) social anxiety and generalized anxiety levels were assessed via parent reports and self-reports and clinical diagnostic interviews. Later, when these adolescents were young adults (n...
sj-doc-1-ijlew-10.1177_15347346211070723 - Supplemental material for The Effect of Plantago major Hydroalcoholic Extract on the Healing of Diabetic Foot and Pressure Ulcers: A Randomized Open-Label Controlled Clinical TrialMustafa Ghanadian, Rasool Soltani, Alireza Homayouni, Farzin Khorvash, Soroush Mohammadi Jouabadi & Moein Abdollahzadeh
Supplemental material, sj-doc-1-ijlew-10.1177_15347346211070723 for The Effect of Plantago major Hydroalcoholic Extract on the Healing of Diabetic Foot and Pressure Ulcers: A Randomized Open-Label Controlled Clinical Trial by Mustafa Ghanadian, Rasool Soltani, Alireza Homayouni, Farzin Khorvash, Soroush Mohammadi Jouabadi and Moein Abdollahzadeh in The International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds
sj-jpg-2-bmi-10.1177_11772719211067972 – Supplemental material for Evaluation of a Prognostic Epigenetic Classification System in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia PatientsChristina Grimm, Carmen Diana Herling, Anastasia Komnidi, Michelle Hussong, Karl-Anton Kreuzer, Michael Hallek & Michal R. Schweiger
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-2-bmi-10.1177_11772719211067972 for Evaluation of a Prognostic Epigenetic Classification System in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Patients by Christina Grimm, Carmen Diana Herling, Anastasia Komnidi, Michelle Hussong, Karl-Anton Kreuzer, Michael Hallek and Michal R. Schweiger in Biomarker Insights
Supplemental Material, sj-pdf-3-ifl-10.1177_03400352211066944 - Library makerspace in Turkey: Public and university librariesAyşenur Güneş & Mehmet Canatar
Supplemental Material, sj-pdf-3-ifl-10.1177_03400352211066944 for Library makerspace in Turkey: Public and university libraries by Ayşenur Güneş and Mehmet Canatar in IFLA Journal
NGA-Sub source and path databaseVictor Contreras, Jonathan P Stewart, Tadahiro Kishida, Robert B Darragh, Brian SJ Chiou, Silvia Mazzoni, Robert R Youngs, Nicolas M Kuehn, Sean K Ahdi, Katie Wooddell, Rubén Boroschek, Fabián Rojas & Jennyfer Órdenes
We describe source and path attributes of the Next Generation of Ground-Motion Attenuation for Subduction zones (NGA-Sub) project relational database. The database contains 991 earthquakes between 1937 and 2016 that meet quality assurance standards and have assigned event types (mostly interface or intraslab). Data curation emphasized large magnitudes: 73% of events have M > 5 and 13 events have M > 8. Event attributes in the database can be broadly divided into those related to...
Effects of acute exercise intensity on source episodic memory and metamemory accuracyPaul Loprinzi, Brandon Rigdon, Amir-Homayoun Javadi & William L. Kelemen
Prior research suggests that behavioural (e.g., exercise) and psychological factors (e.g., metamemory; monitoring and control of one’s memory processes) may influence memory function. However, there is conflicting results on the optimal intensity of acute exercise to enhance memory and whether acute exercise can also enhance metamemory. Furthermore, very limited research has evaluated whether acute exercise can influence source episodic memory. The objective of this study was to evaluate whether there is an intensity-specific effect of...
sj-pdf-1-smm-10.1177_09622802211070257 - Supplemental material for Fitting to the UK COVID-19 outbreak, short-term forecasts and estimating the reproductive numberMatt J. Keeling, Louise Dyson, Glen Guyver-Fletcher, Alex Holmes, Malcolm G Semple, Michael J. Tildesley & Edward M. Hill
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-smm-10.1177_09622802211070257 for Fitting to the UK COVID-19 outbreak, short-term forecasts and estimating the reproductive number by Matt J. Keeling, Louise Dyson, Glen Guyver-Fletcher, Alex Holmes, Malcolm G Semple, , Michael J. Tildesley and Edward M. Hill in Statistical Methods in Medical Research
sj-pdf-1-jdr-10.1177_00220345211068033 – Supplemental material for Consensus Statement on Future Directions for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Oral HealthD.W. McNeil, C.L. Randall, S. Baker, B. Borrelli, J.M. Burgette, B. Gibson, L.J. Heaton, G. Kitsaras, C. McGrath & J.T. Newton
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-jdr-10.1177_00220345211068033 for Consensus Statement on Future Directions for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Oral Health by D.W. McNeil, C.L. Randall, S. Baker, B. Borrelli, J.M. Burgette, B. Gibson, L.J. Heaton, G. Kitsaras, C. McGrath and J.T. Newton in Journal of Dental Research
Study on the Liquid Centroid Positions of Elliptical Tank Trucks under Different Steering ConditionsLieyun He & Xinming Lin
There is a certain gas phase space in the filling of tank trucks, and the position of the liquid center of mass in the tank will change when the tank truck is being steered, which affects the driving stability of the vehicle. Taking the elliptical cross section of the tank truck body as the research object and based on the quasi-static mechanical model, the exact algorithm model of liquid centroid positions in different steering conditions...
Immediate and Sustained Effects of Neurofeedback and Working Memory Training on Cognitive Functions in Children and Adolescents with ADHD: A Multi-Arm Pragmatic Randomized Controlled TrialJohn Hasslinger, Ulf Jonsson & Sven Bölte
Objective:To evaluate the effects of neurocognitive training methods on targeted cognitive functions in children and adolescent with ADHD.Method:A pragmatic four-arm randomized controlled trial compared two types of neurofeedback (Slow Cortical Potential and Live Z-score) and Working-memory training (WMT) with treatment as usual. N = 202 participants with ADHD aged 9 to 17 years were included. A battery of cognitive function tests was completed pretreatment, posttreatment, and after 6-months.Results:The effects of WMT on spatial and verbal...
sj-docx-1-jet-10.1177_15266028211067737 – Supplemental material for A System for Accurate Deployment of Unconstrained Triple-Fenestrated Aortic Arch EndograftsGeorge Joseph, Viji Samuel Thomson, Roy Thankachen, Albert Kota, Oommen K. George, John Jose, Elizabeth Joseph & Raj Sahajanandan
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-jet-10.1177_15266028211067737 for A System for Accurate Deployment of Unconstrained Triple-Fenestrated Aortic Arch Endografts by George Joseph, Viji Samuel Thomson, Roy Thankachen, Albert Kota, Oommen K. George, John Jose, Elizabeth Joseph and Raj Sahajanandan in Journal of Endovascular Therapy
sj-pdf-1-pss-10.1177_09567976211007788 – Supplemental material for Boosting Understanding and Identification of Scientific Consensus Can Help to Correct False BeliefsAart van Stekelenburg, Gabi Schaap, Harm Veling & Moniek Buijzen
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-pss-10.1177_09567976211007788 for Boosting Understanding and Identification of Scientific Consensus Can Help to Correct False Beliefs by Aart van Stekelenburg, Gabi Schaap, Harm Veling and Moniek Buijzen in Psychological Science
For People, For Policy: Journalists’ Perceptions of Peace Journalism in East AfricaMeagan E. Doll
Compared to studies on peace-journalism content, little research examines journalists’ perceptions of peace journalism despite theoretical suggestions that individuals influence content production. To address this relative disparity, this study examines the social conditions shaping journalists’ perceptions of peace journalism using a hierarchy-of-influences perspective and data from 20 in-depth interviews with East African journalists, conducted between September 2020 and February 2021. Findings suggest that journalists generally understand peace journalism in one of two ways, each with...
sj-pdf-1-ijpp-10.1177_19401612211072700 - Supplemental material for Rethinking Audience Fragmentation Using a Theory of News Reading Publics: Online India as a Case StudySubhayan Mukerjee
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-ijpp-10.1177_19401612211072700 for Rethinking Audience Fragmentation Using a Theory of News Reading Publics: Online India as a Case Study by Subhayan Mukerjee in The International Journal of Press/Politics
Rethinking Audience Fragmentation Using a Theory of News Reading Publics: Online India as a Case StudySubhayan Mukerjee
Scholarly work that seeks to theorize about fragmentation of media audiences has largely been restricted to the experiences of advanced democracies in the west. This has resulted in a preponderance of research endeavors that have sought to understand this phenomenon through ideas that are pertinent, perhaps solely to those contexts, and not as applicable outside, particularly in the Global South. This has potentially limited our imagination into various other ways in which audience fragmentation can...
sj-pdf-1-epb-10.1177_23998083211059835 – Supplemental Material for Methodological foundation of a numerical taxonomy of urban formMartin Fleischmann, Alessandra Feliciotti, Ombretta Romice & Sergio Porta
Supplemental Material, sj-pdf-1-epb-10.1177_23998083211059835 for Methodological foundation of a numerical taxonomy of urban form by Martin Fleischmann, Alessandra Feliciotti, Ombretta Romice and Sergio Porta in Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science
sj-pdf-1-nms-10.1177_14614448211068104 – Supplemental material for Salient deliberative norm types in comment sections on news sitesInes Engelmann, Hanna Marzinkowski & Klara Langmann
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-nms-10.1177_14614448211068104 for Salient deliberative norm types in comment sections on news sites by Ines Engelmann, Hanna Marzinkowski and Klara Langmann in New Media & Society
sj-pdf-1-gsj-10.1177_21925682211073313 – Supplemental Material for Clinical Trial Quality Assessment in Adult Spinal Surgery: What Do Publication Status, Funding Source, and Result Reporting Tell Us?Nicholas C. Danford, Venkat Boddapati, Matthew E. Simhon, Nathan J. Lee, Justin Mathew, Joseph M. Lombardi, Zeeshan M. Sardar, Lawrence G. Lenke & Ronald A. Lehman
Supplemental Material, sj-pdf-1-gsj-10.1177_21925682211073313 for Clinical Trial Quality Assessment in Adult Spinal Surgery: What Do Publication Status, Funding Source, and Result Reporting Tell Us? by Nicholas C. Danford, Venkat Boddapati, Matthew E. Simhon, Nathan J. Lee, Justin Mathew, Joseph M. Lombardi, Zeeshan M. Sardar, Lawrence G. Lenke and Ronald A. Lehman in Global Spine Journal
sj-tif-2-ccx-10.1177_10732748211072976 – Supplemental Material for Models for Predicting Early Death in Patients With Stage IV Esophageal Cancer: A Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results–Based Cohort StudyMin Shi & Guo-qing Zhai
Supplemental Material, sj-tif-2-ccx-10.1177_10732748211072976 for Models for Predicting Early Death in Patients With Stage IV Esophageal Cancer: A Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results–Based Cohort Study by Min Shi and Guo-qing Zhai in Cancer Control
sj-docx-1-aum-10.1177_03128962211067648 – Supplemental material for The complementarity of control formalization and control flexibility: The contingent effects of competitive turbulenceFeifei Yang, George A Shinkle & Mirjam Goudsmit
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-aum-10.1177_03128962211067648 for The complementarity of control formalization and control flexibility: The contingent effects of competitive turbulence by Feifei Yang, George A Shinkle and Mirjam Goudsmit in Australian Journal of Management
Conventional Versus Minimally Invasive Aortic Valve Replacement Surgery: A Systematic Review, Meta-Analysis, and Meta-RegressionAdriana Silveira Almeida, Rafael Oliveira Ceron, Fernando Anschau, Jeffchandler Belém de Oliveira, Tércio Campos Leão Neto, Juarez Rode, Rafael Antonio Widholzer Rey, Kathize Betti Lira, Renan Senandes Delvaux & Rodrigo Oliveira Rosa Ribeiro de Souza
Objective: To assess the potential benefits of minimally invasive aortic valve replacement (MIAVR) compared with conventional AVR (CAVR) by examining short-term outcomes. Methods: A systematic search identified randomized trials comparing MIAVR with CAVR. To assess study limitations and quality of evidence, we used the Cochrane Risk of Bias tool and GRADE and performed random-effects meta-analysis. We used meta-regression and sensitivity analysis to explore reasons for diversity. Results: Thirteen studies (1,303 patients) were included. For the...
The acquisition of English active and passive monotransitive constructions by English–Spanish simultaneous bilingual childrenSilvia Sánchez Calderón & Raquel Fernández Fuertes
Aims and objectives/purpose/research questions:We examine the acquisition of English active and passive monotransitives by English–Spanish bilingual children. These data are compared to English monolinguals from previous studies. We explore whether bi- and monolinguals show similar onset patterns given the shared grammatical properties of actives in the bilinguals’ two languages, and whether they differ in the onset of passives given the grammatical properties in English (canonical determiner phrase [DP]-movement) and Spanish (canonical DP-movement and se-passives). We...
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