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Different senses of one’s place: Exploring social adjustment to home-based care services among family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds who have relatives living with dementia

Ragnhild Gulestø, Daniela Lillekroken, Liv Halvorsrud & Heidi Bjørge
Western dementia care policies emphasise that family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds must become more engaged in healthcare services. However, research exploring experiences of receiving services such as home-based care, and thus adjustment to the service, among family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds who have relatives with dementia is still scarce. Therefore, inspired by Pierre Bourdieu’s theoretical concepts of field, habitus and capital, we explored how family caregivers from different minority ethnic backgrounds justified decisions...

sj-xlsx-2-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 – Supplemental material for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-2-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions by Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen and Hugo Cogo-Moreira in Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Effect sizes of school-based intervention are commonly described as small to moderate when using Cohen’s conventional effect size cutoffs (small [0.2], medium [0.5], and large [0.8]). However, Jacob Cohen’s rule of thumb might vary across different areas of research, nature of the intervention, and population, because effect sizes are context-dependent. Moreover, when planning research studies, minimum detectable effect sizes are used to calculate the sample size. In the present study, we investigate whether conventional effect...

Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Effect sizes of school-based intervention are commonly described as small to moderate when using Cohen’s conventional effect size cutoffs (small [0.2], medium [0.5], and large [0.8]). However, Jacob Cohen’s rule of thumb might vary across different areas of research, nature of the intervention, and population, because effect sizes are context-dependent. Moreover, when planning research studies, minimum detectable effect sizes are used to calculate the sample size. In the present study, we investigate whether conventional effect...

sj-docx-1-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 – Supplemental material for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions by Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen and Hugo Cogo-Moreira in Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Additional file 1 of Disentangling change across the time and true stability of employees’ resilience using latent state model

Lucie Ollis, Mark Cropley, David Plans & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Additional file 1: CD-RISC modelling syntaxes for Mplus.

Additional file 2 of Disentangling change across the time and true stability of employees’ resilience using latent state model

Lucie Ollis, Mark Cropley, David Plans & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Additional file 2: RSA modelling syntaxes for Mplus.

Additional file 2 of Disentangling change across the time and true stability of employees’ resilience using latent state model

Lucie Ollis, Mark Cropley, David Plans & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Additional file 2: RSA modelling syntaxes for Mplus.

Antibiotic use in children under 5 years of age in Northern Tanzania: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of the caring mothers

Matilda Emgård, Rose Mwangi, Celina Mayo, Ester Mshana, Gertrud Nkini, Rune Andersson, Margret Lepp, Susann Skovbjerg & Florida Muro
Abstract Background Antimicrobial resistance is a serious threat to the global achievements in child health thus far. Previous studies have found high use of antibiotics in children in Northern Tanzania, but the experiences of the primary care-givers, who play a key role in accessing and administering antibiotics for the sick child, have remained largely unknown. Therefore, the aim of this study was to understand mothers’ conceptions of antibiotic use in their children, which is of...

sj-xlsx-2-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 – Supplemental material for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-2-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions by Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen and Hugo Cogo-Moreira in Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Additional file 1 of Disentangling change across the time and true stability of employees’ resilience using latent state model

Lucie Ollis, Mark Cropley, David Plans & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Additional file 1: CD-RISC modelling syntaxes for Mplus.

sj-xlsx-3-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 – Supplemental material for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-3-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions by Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen and Hugo Cogo-Moreira in Journal of Interpersonal Violence

sj-xlsx-3-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 – Supplemental material for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions

Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-3-jiv-10.1177_08862605221147065 for Moving Forward to a World Beyond 0.2, 0.5, and 0.8 Effects Sizes: New Cutoffs for School-Based Anti-Bullying Interventions by Sareh Panjeh, Anders Nordahl-Hansen and Hugo Cogo-Moreira in Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Different senses of one’s place: Exploring social adjustment to home-based care services among family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds who have relatives living with dementia

Ragnhild Gulestø, Daniela Lillekroken, Liv Halvorsrud & Heidi Bjørge
Western dementia care policies emphasise that family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds must become more engaged in healthcare services. However, research exploring experiences of receiving services such as home-based care, and thus adjustment to the service, among family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds who have relatives with dementia is still scarce. Therefore, inspired by Pierre Bourdieu’s theoretical concepts of field, habitus and capital, we explored how family caregivers from different minority ethnic backgrounds justified decisions...

Evaluating Cybersecurity-Related Competences through Simulation Exercises

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Interpersonal psychotherapy versus sertraline for women with posttraumatic stress disorder following recent sexual assault: a randomized clinical trial

Cecília R. Proença, John C. Markowitz, Bruno M. Coimbra, Hugo Cogo-Moreira, Mariana R. Maciel, Andrea F. Mello & Marcelo F. Mello
Background: Sexual assault often triggers posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a potentially chronic severe mental disorder. Most guidelines recommend selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and trauma-focused psychotherapies as treatment options. Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), adapted for PTSD (IPT-PTSD), focuses on interpersonal consequences of trauma rather than confronting the trauma itself. Studies have found IPT-PTSD efficaciously reduced PTSD symptoms with limited attrition. No efficacy trials have compared IPT-PTSD and SSRI. We hypothesized IPT would reduce PTSD, anxiety, and...

Interpersonal psychotherapy versus sertraline for women with posttraumatic stress disorder following recent sexual assault: a randomized clinical trial

Cecília R. Proença, John C. Markowitz, Bruno M. Coimbra, Hugo Cogo-Moreira, Mariana R. Maciel, Andrea F. Mello & Marcelo F. Mello
Background: Sexual assault often triggers posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a potentially chronic severe mental disorder. Most guidelines recommend selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and trauma-focused psychotherapies as treatment options. Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), adapted for PTSD (IPT-PTSD), focuses on interpersonal consequences of trauma rather than confronting the trauma itself. Studies have found IPT-PTSD efficaciously reduced PTSD symptoms with limited attrition. No efficacy trials have compared IPT-PTSD and SSRI. We hypothesized IPT would reduce PTSD, anxiety, and...

Additional file 1 of Antibiotic use in children under 5 years of age in Northern Tanzania: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of the caring mothers

Matilda Emgård, Rose Mwangi, Celina Mayo, Ester Mshana, Gertrud Nkini, Rune Andersson, Margret Lepp, Susann Skovbjerg & Florida Muro
Additional file 1. Focus group guide for parents or guardians (English/Kiswahili)

Antibiotic use in children under 5 years of age in Northern Tanzania: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of the caring mothers

Matilda Emgård, Rose Mwangi, Celina Mayo, Ester Mshana, Gertrud Nkini, Rune Andersson, Margret Lepp, Susann Skovbjerg & Florida Muro
Abstract Background Antimicrobial resistance is a serious threat to the global achievements in child health thus far. Previous studies have found high use of antibiotics in children in Northern Tanzania, but the experiences of the primary care-givers, who play a key role in accessing and administering antibiotics for the sick child, have remained largely unknown. Therefore, the aim of this study was to understand mothers’ conceptions of antibiotic use in their children, which is of...

Supplemental material - Different senses of one’s place: Exploring social adjustment to home-based care services among family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds who have relatives living with dementia

Ragnhild Gulestø, Daniela Lillekroken, Liv Halvorsrud & Heidi Bjørge
Supplemental material for Different senses of one’s place: Exploring social adjustment to home-based care services among family caregivers from minority ethnic backgrounds who have relatives living with dementia by Ragnhild Gulestø, Daniela Lillekroken, Liv Halvorsrud and Heidi Bjørge in Dementia

Disentangling change across the time and true stability of employees’ resilience using latent state model

Lucie Ollis, Mark Cropley, David Plans & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Abstract There is debate within the literature about whether resilience should be considered a stable character trait or a dynamic, changeable process (state). Two widely used measures to assess resilience are the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC) and the Resilience Scale for Adults (RSA). The aim of this study was to evaluate the true stability (invariance) and change across time in resilience captured by these two measures. Using the perspective of Latent State-Trait theory, the aim...

Disentangling change across the time and true stability of employees’ resilience using latent state model

Lucie Ollis, Mark Cropley, David Plans & Hugo Cogo-Moreira
Abstract There is debate within the literature about whether resilience should be considered a stable character trait or a dynamic, changeable process (state). Two widely used measures to assess resilience are the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC) and the Resilience Scale for Adults (RSA). The aim of this study was to evaluate the true stability (invariance) and change across time in resilience captured by these two measures. Using the perspective of Latent State-Trait theory, the aim...

Additional file 1 of Antibiotic use in children under 5 years of age in Northern Tanzania: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of the caring mothers

Matilda Emgård, Rose Mwangi, Celina Mayo, Ester Mshana, Gertrud Nkini, Rune Andersson, Margret Lepp, Susann Skovbjerg & Florida Muro
Additional file 1. Focus group guide for parents or guardians (English/Kiswahili)

Additional file 2 of Antibiotic use in children under 5 years of age in Northern Tanzania: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of the caring mothers

Matilda Emgård, Rose Mwangi, Celina Mayo, Ester Mshana, Gertrud Nkini, Rune Andersson, Margret Lepp, Susann Skovbjerg & Florida Muro
Additional file 2. Participant Information Sheet and Consent forms (English/Kiswahili)

Additional file 2 of Antibiotic use in children under 5 years of age in Northern Tanzania: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of the caring mothers

Matilda Emgård, Rose Mwangi, Celina Mayo, Ester Mshana, Gertrud Nkini, Rune Andersson, Margret Lepp, Susann Skovbjerg & Florida Muro
Additional file 2. Participant Information Sheet and Consent forms (English/Kiswahili)

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