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Longitudinal Predictors of Informant-Rated Involvement of People with Dementia in Everyday Decision-Making: Findings from the IDEAL Program

Serena Sabatini, Anthony Martyr, Laura D. Gamble, Rachel Collins, Fiona E. Matthews, Robin G. Morris, Jennifer M. Rusted, Claire Pentecost, Catherine Quinn & Linda Clare
The extent to which people with dementia are involved in everyday decision-making is unclear. We explored informant-rated involvement of people with dementia in everyday decision-making over 2 years and whether functional, behavioral, and psychological factors related to the person with dementia and the caregiver explain variability in involvement of people with dementia in everyday decision-making. We used IDEAL data for 1182 people with dementia and their caregivers. Baseline mean score on the decision-making involvement scale...

Colorectal cancer incidences in Lynch syndrome: a comparison of results from the prospective lynch syndrome database and the international mismatch repair consortium

Pål Møller, Toni Seppälä, James G. Dowty, Saskia Haupt, Mev Dominguez-Valentin, Lone Sunde, Inge Bernstein, Christoph Engel, Stefan Aretz, Maartje Nielsen, Gabriel Capella, Dafydd Gareth Evans, John Burn, Elke Holinski-Feder, Lucio Bertario, Bernardo Bonanni, Annika Lindblom, Zohar Levi, Finlay Macrae, Ingrid Winship, John-Paul Plazzer, Rolf Sijmons, Luigi Laghi, Adriana Della Valle, Karl Heinimann … & Mark A. Jenkins
Abstract Objective To compare colorectal cancer (CRC) incidences in carriers of pathogenic variants of the MMR genes in the PLSD and IMRC cohorts, of which only the former included mandatory colonoscopy surveillance for all participants. Methods CRC incidences were calculated in an intervention group comprising a cohort of confirmed carriers of pathogenic or likely pathogenic variants in mismatch repair genes (path_MMR) followed prospectively by the Prospective Lynch Syndrome Database (PLSD). All had colonoscopy surveillance, with...

Additional file 1 of Acipimox in Mitochondrial Myopathy (AIMM): study protocol for a randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled, adaptive design trial of the efficacy of acipimox in adult patients with mitochondrial myopathy

Alaa Abouhajar, Lisa Alcock, Theophile Bigirumurame, Penny Bradley, Laura Brown, Ian Campbell, Sylvia Del Din, Julie Faitg, Gavin Falkous, Gráinne S. Gorman, Rachel Lakey, Robert McFarland, Jane Newman, Lynn Rochester, Vicky Ryan, Hesther Smith, Alison Steel, Renae J. Stefanetti, Huizhong Su, Robert W. Taylor, Naomi J.P. Thomas, Helen Tuppen, Amy E. Vincent, Charlotte Warren & Gillian Watson
Additional file 1. Informed consent form.

sj-docx-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221128468 - Supplemental material for A Systematic Review of the Risks of Motor Vehicle Crashes Associated with Psychiatric Disorders

Mark J. Rapoport, Justin Nathaniel Chee, Thadshagini Prabha, Jamie Dow, Ian Gillespie, Sjaan Koppel, Judith L. Charlton, Desmond O’Neill, Paul C. Donaghy, Angela Onkay Ho, John-Paul Taylor & Mark Tant
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221128468 for A Systematic Review of the Risks of Motor Vehicle Crashes Associated with Psychiatric Disorders by Mark J. Rapoport, Justin Nathaniel Chee, Thadshagini Prabha, Jamie Dow, Ian Gillespie, Sjaan Koppel, Judith L. Charlton, Desmond O’Neill, Paul C. Donaghy, Angela Onkay Ho, John-Paul Taylor and Mark Tant in The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

A Systematic Review of the Risks of Motor Vehicle Crashes Associated with Psychiatric Disorders

Mark J. Rapoport, Justin Nathaniel Chee, Thadshagini Prabha, Jamie Dow, Ian Gillespie, Sjaan Koppel, Judith L. Charlton, Desmond O’Neill, Paul C. Donaghy, Angela Onkay Ho, John-Paul Taylor & Mark Tant
ObjectivePsychiatric disorders and their treatments have the potential to adversely impact driving skills. However, it is unclear to what extent this poses a public health risk by increasing the risk of motor vehicle crashes (MVCs). The aim of this systematic review was to synthesize and critically appraise evidence on the risk of MVC for drivers with psychiatric disorders.MethodWe conducted a systematic review of the MVC risk associated with psychiatric disorders using seven databases in November...

Additional file 1 of Anti-cholinergic drug burden in patients with dementia increases after hospital admission: a multicentre cross-sectional study

Annabelle Hook, Jessica L. Randall, Carla M. Grubb, Natalie Ellis, Jack Wellington, Aayushi Hemmad, Agisilaos Zerdelis, Andrew R. D. Winnett, Benjamin D. W. Geers, Bethany Sykes, Charlotte N. Auty, Cecilia Vinchenzo, Christiane E. Thorburn, Daniella Asogbon, Emily Granger, Heather Boagey, Juliet Raphael, Kajal Patel, Kartik Bhargava, Mary-Kate M. Dolley, Matthew J. Maden, Mehdin M. Shah, Qao M. Lee, Ratnaraj Vaidya, Simran Sehdev … & Judith R. Harrison
Additional file 1: Appendix A. SPARC collaborators. Appendix B. Table 1 - Details of the 17 hospital sites in the United Kingdom involved in the study. Appendix C. Data Collection Form (questions included on software Enketo [18]).

Additional file 1 of Anti-cholinergic drug burden in patients with dementia increases after hospital admission: a multicentre cross-sectional study

Annabelle Hook, Jessica L. Randall, Carla M. Grubb, Natalie Ellis, Jack Wellington, Aayushi Hemmad, Agisilaos Zerdelis, Andrew R. D. Winnett, Benjamin D. W. Geers, Bethany Sykes, Charlotte N. Auty, Cecilia Vinchenzo, Christiane E. Thorburn, Daniella Asogbon, Emily Granger, Heather Boagey, Juliet Raphael, Kajal Patel, Kartik Bhargava, Mary-Kate M. Dolley, Matthew J. Maden, Mehdin M. Shah, Qao M. Lee, Ratnaraj Vaidya, Simran Sehdev … & Judith R. Harrison
Additional file 1: Appendix A. SPARC collaborators. Appendix B. Table 1 - Details of the 17 hospital sites in the United Kingdom involved in the study. Appendix C. Data Collection Form (questions included on software Enketo [18]).

At Home with Children: anonymised transcripts

Alkistis Pitsikali, Husam Abo Kanon, Sandra Costa Santos, Rosemary Parnell, Emily Pattinson & Heba Sarhan
Anonymised interview transcripts and summarised results of qualitative semi-structured interviews with 45 families including children - in England or Scotland - who shared a home during at least one of the COVID-19 pandemic UK national lockdowns in 2020. Interviews were in three parts:
Part 1 explored how families used and adapted their homes during lockdown, which spaces were most important to them and which didn’t work for them.
Part 2 focused on family well-being and...

Historical museum samples enable the examination of divergent and parallel evolution during invasion

Katarina Stuart, William Sherwin, Jeremy Austin, Melissa Bateson, Marcel Eens, Matthew Brandley & Lee Rollins
During the Anthropocene, Earth has experienced unprecedented habitat loss, native species decline, and global climate change. Concurrently, greater globalisation is facilitating species movement, increasing the likelihood of alien species establishment and propagation. There is a great need to understand what influences a species’ ability to persist or perish within a new or changing environment. Examining genes that may be associated with a species’ invasion success or persistence informs invasive species management, assists with native species...

Supplemental Material - A Phase 1 randomized study of GSK3732394, an investigational long-acting biologic treatment regimen for HIV-1 infection

Mark Krystal, Shiven Chabria, Daren Austin, Allen Wolstenholme, David Wensel, Max Lataillade, Judah Abberbock, Mark Baker & Peter Ackerman
Supplemental Material for A Phase 1 randomized study of GSK3732394, an investigational long-acting biologic treatment regimen for HIV-1 infection by Mark Krystal, Shiven Chabria, Daren Austin, Allen Wolstenholme, David Wensel, Max Lataillade, Judah Abberbock, Mark Baker, Peter Ackerman in Antiviral Therapy.

Additional file 5 of Multimorbidity and its socio-economic associations in community-dwelling older adults in rural Tanzania; a cross-sectional study

Emma Grace Lewis, William K. Gray, Richard Walker, Sarah Urasa, Miles Witham & Catherine Dotchin
Additional file 5: Figure 1. The adjusted prevalence of multimorbidity/conditions by self- and non-self-reported methods.

Additional file 7 of Multimorbidity and its socio-economic associations in community-dwelling older adults in rural Tanzania; a cross-sectional study

Emma Grace Lewis, William K. Gray, Richard Walker, Sarah Urasa, Miles Witham & Catherine Dotchin
Additional file 7: Figure 3. The relationship between non-self-reported multimorbidity, CGA-diagnosed frailty and disability.

Multimorbidity and its socio-economic associations in community-dwelling older adults in rural Tanzania; a cross-sectional study

Emma Grace Lewis, William K. Gray, Richard Walker, Sarah Urasa, Miles Witham & Catherine Dotchin
Abstract Objectives This paper aims to describe the prevalence and socio-economic associations with multimorbidity, by both self-report and clinical assessment/screening methods in community-dwelling older people living in rural Tanzania. Methods A randomised frailty-weighted sample of non-institutionalised adults aged ≥ 60 years underwent comprehensive geriatric assessment and in-depth assessment. The comprehensive geriatric assessment consisted of a history and focused clinical examination. The in-depth assessment included standardised questionnaires, screening tools and blood pressure measurement. The prevalence of...

EXPLORE Study Protocol (Exploring the EXperience of Patients and Caregivers Living with mitOchondRial Stroke-Like Episodes)

Yi Shiau Ng, Renae Stefanetti & Laura Brown
This is a study protocol for EXPLORE (Exploring the EXperience of Patients and Caregivers Living with mitOchondRial Stroke-Like Episodes). This is a qualitative study involving six focus groups (three for patients and three for caregivers),

sj-docx-2-whe-10.1177_17455057221129399 – Supplemental material for Parental intimate partner violence and abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic: Learning from remote and hybrid working to influence future support

Hayley Alderson, Simon Barrett, Michelle Addison, Samantha Burns, Victoria Cooling, Simon Hackett, Eileen Kaner, William McGovern, Deborah Smart & Ruth McGovern
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-whe-10.1177_17455057221129399 for Parental intimate partner violence and abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic: Learning from remote and hybrid working to influence future support by Hayley Alderson, Simon Barrett, Michelle Addison, Samantha Burns, Victoria Cooling, Simon Hackett, Eileen Kaner, William McGovern, Deborah Smart and Ruth McGovern in Women’s Health

GATERS Project Brochure 01

Chang Li
With targeting of reducing operating costs and improving the environmental sustainability of the shipping industry – across all vessel classes –the Gate Rudder System (GRS) is proving to be a remarkable energy saving concept with excellent manoeuvrability. This EU-funded GATERS project will demonstrate the benefits of this system and why it can become the next-generation propulsion and steering system for waterborne transport.
This is a three-fold brochure which introduces this three-phase work programme project...

GATERS Poster

Chang Li
This is a poster for GATERS project which is funded by EC H2020

Additional file 2 of Bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells regulate the dysfunction of NK cells via the T cell immunoglobulin and ITIM domain in patients with myelodysplastic syndromes

Zhaoyun Liu, Yixuan Guo, Lei Huang, Yue Jia, Hui Liu, Fengping Peng, Lixiang Duan, Hongkai Zhang & Rong Fu
Additional file 1: Supplementary tables and figures.

Role of primary care pharmacists in the post-hospital discharge care of patients: a scoping review protocol

Faiza Yahya, Hamde Nazar & Muhammad Abdul Hadi
Abstract Background Evidence has shown that there is a significant problem with medication safety when patients are transferred between settings. The role of community pharmacists and hospital pharmacists in facilitating transition of care has been well-researched. However, with the developing role of pharmacists in general practice as part of a multi-disciplinary team, little is known about their role in improving transition of care when patients move from secondary to primary care. The key objective of...

Role of primary care pharmacists in the post-hospital discharge care of patients: a scoping review protocol

Faiza Yahya, Hamde Nazar & Muhammad Abdul Hadi
Abstract Background Evidence has shown that there is a significant problem with medication safety when patients are transferred between settings. The role of community pharmacists and hospital pharmacists in facilitating transition of care has been well-researched. However, with the developing role of pharmacists in general practice as part of a multi-disciplinary team, little is known about their role in improving transition of care when patients move from secondary to primary care. The key objective of...

Paediatric COS ICF Coding Updated 2022-08

Niina Kolehmainen & Victoria Harbottle
Data set for an article by Harbottle et al, Identifying common health indicators from paediatric core outcome sets: a systematic review with narrative synthesis using the WHO International Classification of Functioning, Health and Disability, accepted for publication in BMJ Paediatrics Open. This is the final, updated, coding following an update of the searches for the resubmission.

A point-of-care ultrasound education curriculum for pediatric critical care medicine

Vidit Bhargava, Bereketeab Haileselassie, Samuel Rosenblatt, Mark Baker, Kevin Kuo & Erik Su
Abstract Background Diagnostic and procedural point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) change patient management with the potential to improve outcomes. Pediatric critical care medicine trainees have limited access to education and training opportunities in diagnostic POCUS in the pediatric ICU. A dearth of published pediatric ICU curricular resources restricts these educational opportunities. Methods A 7-week longitudinal curriculum including lectures, practical skills sessions, and knowledge assessment covering core modules including (1) machine operation, (2) vascular access, (3) non-vascular procedures,...

Additional file 10 of A point-of-care ultrasound education curriculum for pediatric critical care medicine

Vidit Bhargava, Bereketeab Haileselassie, Samuel Rosenblatt, Mark Baker, Kevin Kuo & Erik Su
Additional file 10. Post-course survey to assess the impact of the curriculum on the learners

Reproducibility in Geophysics

Mark Ireland
The data here underpin the results presented in the article - "How reproducible is geophysical research? A review of the availability of code, software and data in journals", by Ireland et al.,
The reliability and repeatability of these methods is vital in maintaining the integrity of research findings and thereby avoiding the dissemination of unreliable results. In recent years there has been an increased attention on aspects of reproducibility, which includes data availability, across...

Additional file 3 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 3: Figure S3. Example of the diary used to record training sessions.

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