55 Works

Natural Media

Lisa Swanstrom & Eric Dean Rasmussen
This collection emerges from a panel hosted by the Modern Language Association’s MS Forum on Visual Media (http://naturalmedia.org/titles/) in 2017. “Natural media” re-valuates the communicative potential of natural spaces, especially in instances where symbolic import collides with raw matter in a manner that hides from, disguises, or elides stark reality. It considers intersections, collisions, tensions, opportunities, and affordances that arise in the discussion of “Natural Media,” both broadly conceived and in its contributors’ particular areas...

State transition modeling of complex monitored health data

Jörn Schulz, Jan Terje Kvaløy, Kjersti Engan, Trygve Eftestøl, Samwel Jatosh, Hussein Kidanto & Hege Ersdal
This article considers the analysis of complex monitored health data, where often one or several signals are reflecting the current health status that can be represented by a finite number of states, in addition to a set of covariates. In particular, we consider a novel application of a non-parametric state intensity regression method in order to study time-dependent effects of covariates on the state transition intensities. The method can handle baseline, time varying as well...

Additional file 3 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method study

Åsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Additional file 3. Guidelines for data charting

Additional file 3 of Men’s perception of information and psychological distress in the diagnostic phase of prostate cancer: a comparative mixed methods study

Maja Elisabeth Juul Søndergaard, Kirsten Lode, Sissel Eikeland Husebø, Ingvild Dalen & Svein Reidar Kjosavik
Additional file 3. Counts and percentages of patients with scores above threshold levels for the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in the PSAagroup (n=130) and the Stockholm3 group (n=120).

Additional file 1 of Alternating between active and passive facilitator roles in simulated scenarios: a qualitative study of nursing students’ perceptions

Hilde Solli, Thor Arne Haukedal, Sissel Iren Eikeland Husebø & Inger Åse Reierson
Additional file 1. Setting.

Additional file 2 of Alternating between active and passive facilitator roles in simulated scenarios: a qualitative study of nursing students’ perceptions

Hilde Solli, Thor Arne Haukedal, Sissel Iren Eikeland Husebø & Inger Åse Reierson
Additional file 2. Interview guide.

Newborn resuscitation simulation training and changes in clinical performance and perinatal outcomes: a clinical observational study of 10,481 births

May Sissel Vadla, Robert Moshiro, Paschal Mdoe, Joar Eilevstjønn, Jan Terje Kvaløy, Barikiel Hhando Hhoki & Hege Ersdal
Abstract Background Annually, 1.5 million intrapartum-related deaths occur; fresh stillbirths and early newborn deaths. Most of these deaths are preventable with skilled ventilation starting within the first minute of life. Helping Babies Breathe is an educational program shown to improve simulated skills in newborn resuscitation. However, translation into clinical practice remains a challenge. The aim was to describe changes in clinical resuscitation and perinatal outcomes (i.e., fresh stillbirths and 24-h newborn deaths) after introducing a...

Do Synthesis Centers Synthesize? A Semantic Analysis of Topical Diversity in Research

Edward Hackett, Erin Leahy, John Parker, Ismael Rafols, Stephanie Hampton, Ugo Corte, Diego Chavarro, John Drake, Bart Penders, Laura Sheble, Niki Vermeulen & Todd Vision
Synthesis centers are a form of scientific organization that catalyzes and supports research that integrates diverse theories, methods and data across spatial or temporal scales to increase the generality, parsimony, applicability, or empirical soundness of scientific explanations. Synthesis working groups are a distinctive form of scientific collaboration that produce consequential, high-impact publications. But no one has asked if synthesis working groups synthesize: are their publications substantially more diverse than others, and if so, in what...

Men’s perception of information and descriptions of emotional strain in the diagnostic phase of prostate cancer—a qualitative individual interview study

Maja Elisabeth Juul Søndergaard, Kirsten Lode, Svein Reidar Kjosavik & Sissel Eikeland Husebø
To explore men`s perception of information and their possible emotional strain in the diagnostic phase of prostate cancer. A qualitative explorative research design was employed. Data were collected from June to November 2017. The study was set at a urological outpatient clinic at a university hospital in Norway. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with ten men who had been examined for prostate cancer. Interviews were analyzed using Systematic Text Condensation (STC). The analysis revealed three themes....

Additional file 1 of Physician participation in quality improvement work- interest and opportunity: a cross-sectional survey

Ellen Tveter Deilkås, Judith Rosta, Fredrik Baathe, Eirik Søfteland, Åse Stavland Lexberg, Olav Røise & Karin Isaksson Rø
Additional file 1.

Newborn resuscitation simulation training and changes in clinical performance and perinatal outcomes: a clinical observational study of 10,481 births

May Sissel Vadla, Robert Moshiro, Paschal Mdoe, Joar Eilevstjønn, Jan Terje Kvaløy, Barikiel Hhando Hhoki & Hege Ersdal
Abstract Background Annually, 1.5 million intrapartum-related deaths occur; fresh stillbirths and early newborn deaths. Most of these deaths are preventable with skilled ventilation starting within the first minute of life. Helping Babies Breathe is an educational program shown to improve simulated skills in newborn resuscitation. However, translation into clinical practice remains a challenge. The aim was to describe changes in clinical resuscitation and perinatal outcomes (i.e., fresh stillbirths and 24-h newborn deaths) after introducing a...

Additional file 2 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method study

Åsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Additional file 2. Data base searches.

Additional file 3 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method study

Åsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Additional file 3. Guidelines for data charting

Additional file 5 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method study

Åsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Additional file 5. Table of included articles (author(s), year of publication, reference, country, aims and research questions, methodology, type of data material, length of data collection period, number of participants)

Additional file 1 of Working with alcohol prevention in occupational health services: “knowing how” is more important than “knowing that” – the WIRUS OHS study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Talieh Sadeghi, Tore Bonsaksen, Ian D. Graham & Randi Wågø Aas
Additional file 1. Component structure and internal consistency for the alcohol knowledge items.

Additional file 1 of Men’s perception of information and psychological distress in the diagnostic phase of prostate cancer: a comparative mixed methods study

Maja Elisabeth Juul Søndergaard, Kirsten Lode, Sissel Eikeland Husebø, Ingvild Dalen & Svein Reidar Kjosavik
Additional file 1. Good Reporting of A Mixed Methods Study (GRAMMS*) Checklist.

Additional file 1 of Men’s perception of information and psychological distress in the diagnostic phase of prostate cancer: a comparative mixed methods study

Maja Elisabeth Juul Søndergaard, Kirsten Lode, Sissel Eikeland Husebø, Ingvild Dalen & Svein Reidar Kjosavik
Additional file 1. Good Reporting of A Mixed Methods Study (GRAMMS*) Checklist.

Additional file 2 of Men’s perception of information and psychological distress in the diagnostic phase of prostate cancer: a comparative mixed methods study

Maja Elisabeth Juul Søndergaard, Kirsten Lode, Sissel Eikeland Husebø, Ingvild Dalen & Svein Reidar Kjosavik
Additional file 2. Counts and percentages of patients with different response categories to the four patient experience items in the PSAagroup (n=130) and the Stockholm3 group (n=120).

Additional file 3 of Working with alcohol prevention in occupational health services: “knowing how” is more important than “knowing that” – the WIRUS OHS study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Talieh Sadeghi, Tore Bonsaksen, Ian D. Graham & Randi Wågø Aas
Additional file 3. Comparisons between completers and non-completers.

Additional file 4 of Working with alcohol prevention in occupational health services: “knowing how” is more important than “knowing that” – the WIRUS OHS study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Talieh Sadeghi, Tore Bonsaksen, Ian D. Graham & Randi Wågø Aas
Additional file 4. Study selection analysis.

Working with alcohol prevention in occupational health services: “knowing how” is more important than “knowing that” – the WIRUS OHS study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Talieh Sadeghi, Tore Bonsaksen, Ian D. Graham & Randi Wågø Aas
Abstract Background Alcohol consumption is a major public health challenge; the majority of employees consume alcohol regularly and a considerable proportion of employees can be characterized as risky drinkers in need of interventions. Occupational health services (OHS) are uniquely positioned for implementing alcohol prevention interventions targeting employees, but rarely do so. Studies have shown that lack of knowledge among OHS personnel is a barrier to alcohol prevention activity. This study aimed to explore OHS personnels’...

Additional file 2 of Working with alcohol prevention in occupational health services: “knowing how” is more important than “knowing that” – the WIRUS OHS study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Talieh Sadeghi, Tore Bonsaksen, Ian D. Graham & Randi Wågø Aas
Additional file 2. Descriptions of measures utilized in sensitivity analyses.

Additional file 3 of Working with alcohol prevention in occupational health services: “knowing how” is more important than “knowing that” – the WIRUS OHS study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Talieh Sadeghi, Tore Bonsaksen, Ian D. Graham & Randi Wågø Aas
Additional file 3. Comparisons between completers and non-completers.

Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method study

Åsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Abstract Background Qualitative longitudinal research (QLR) comprises qualitative studies, with repeated data collection, that focus on the temporality (e.g., time and change) of a phenomenon. The use of QLR is increasing in health research since many topics within health involve change (e.g., progressive illness, rehabilitation). A method study can provide an insightful understanding of the use, trends and variations within this approach. The aim of this study was to map how QLR articles within the...

Physician participation in quality improvement work- interest and opportunity: a cross-sectional survey

Ellen Tveter Deilkås, Judith Rosta, Fredrik Baathe, Eirik Søfteland, Åse Stavland Lexberg, Olav Røise & Karin Isaksson Rø
Abstract Background Lack of physician involvement in quality improvement threatens the success and sustainability of quality improvement measures. It is therefore important to assess physicians´ interests and opportunities to be involved in quality improvement and their experiences of such participation, both in hospital and general practice. Methods A cross-sectional postal survey was conducted on a representative sample of physicians in different job positions in Norway in 2019. Results The response rate was 72.6% (1513 of...

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