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Additional file 4 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 4. Participant flow diagram.

Additional file 5 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 5. Defining the groups based on LARC use, events related to planning a pregnancy andcontrary events, and conception.

Additional file 1 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 1. Defining LARC events using (a) read codes and (b) BNF prescription codes.

Additional file 3 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 3. Assumptions agreed by the Plan-it study team in advance.

Additional file 5 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 5. Defining the groups based on LARC use, events related to planning a pregnancy andcontrary events, and conception.

Additional file 3 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 3. Assumptions agreed by the Plan-it study team in advance.

Additional file 4 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 4. Participant flow diagram.

Brexit, COVID-19 and climate change: mapping the impact of the ‘triple challenge’ on health and well-being in wales

Liz Green, Kathryn Ashton, Sumina Azam, Timo Clemens & Mark Bellis
Brexit, COVID-19 and climate change pose challenges of national and global importance. They continue to have impacts across the economy, society, health, and the environment, all of which are determinants of health and well-being. Between 2018 and 2021, Public Health Wales undertook three Health Impact Assessments (HIA) in relation to the impact of the challenges in Wales. Based on these, work has been carried out to map the synergies across the ‘Triple Challenge’. This paper...

Additional file 1 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 1. Defining LARC events using (a) read codes and (b) BNF prescription codes.

Additional file 2 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 2. Clinical codes.

Functional crosstalk between the cohesin loader and chromatin remodelers.

Sofía Muñoz, Andrew Jones, Céline Bouchoux, Tegan Gilmore, Harshil Patel & Frank Uhlmann
The cohesin complex participates in many structural and functional aspects of genome organization. Cohesin recruitment onto chromosomes requires nucleosome-free DNA and the Scc2-Scc4 cohesin loader complex that catalyzes topological cohesin loading. Additionally, the cohesin loader facilitates promoter nucleosome clearance in a yet unknown way, and it recognizes chromatin receptors such as the RSC chromatin remodeler. Here, we explore the cohesin loader-RSC interaction. Amongst multi-pronged contacts by Scc2 and Scc4, we find that Scc4 contacts a...

Additional file 2 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 2. Clinical codes.

Supplemental Material - The experience of living with and managing cystic fibrosis related diabetes: a qualitative review

Sarah Collins, Andrew Jones, Sue Woodward & Jackie Sturt
Supplemental Material for The experience of living with and managing cystic fibrosis related diabetes: a qualitative review by Sarah Collins, Andrew Jones, Sue Woodward and Jackie Sturt in Journal of Research in Nursing

Supplemental Material - The experience of living with and managing cystic fibrosis related diabetes: a qualitative review

Sarah Collins, Andrew Jones, Sue Woodward & Jackie Sturt
Supplemental Material for The experience of living with and managing cystic fibrosis related diabetes: a qualitative review by Sarah Collins, Andrew Jones, Sue Woodward and Jackie Sturt in Journal of Research in Nursing

Functional crosstalk between the cohesin loader and chromatin remodelers.

Sofía Muñoz, Andrew Jones, Céline Bouchoux, Tegan Gilmore, Harshil Patel & Frank Uhlmann
The cohesin complex participates in many structural and functional aspects of genome organization. Cohesin recruitment onto chromosomes requires nucleosome-free DNA and the Scc2-Scc4 cohesin loader complex that catalyzes topological cohesin loading. Additionally, the cohesin loader facilitates promoter nucleosome clearance in a yet unknown way, and it recognizes chromatin receptors such as the RSC chromatin remodeler. Here, we explore the cohesin loader-RSC interaction. Amongst multi-pronged contacts by Scc2 and Scc4, we find that Scc4 contacts a...

Brexit, COVID-19 and climate change: mapping the impact of the ‘triple challenge’ on health and well-being in wales

Liz Green, Kathryn Ashton, Sumina Azam, Timo Clemens & Mark Bellis
Brexit, COVID-19 and climate change pose challenges of national and global importance. They continue to have impacts across the economy, society, health, and the environment, all of which are determinants of health and well-being. Between 2018 and 2021, Public Health Wales undertook three Health Impact Assessments (HIA) in relation to the impact of the challenges in Wales. Based on these, work has been carried out to map the synergies across the ‘Triple Challenge’. This paper...

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