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Corporate environmental responsibility and employees’ pro-environmental behaviors at work: insights from organizational identification and workplace spirituality perspective

Feng Yang & Lan Gao
Although corporate environmental responsibility (CER) can influence employees’ attitudes and behaviors, little research has been done to explain the effect of different dimensions of CER (e.g. substantive and symbolic CER) on employees’ pro-environmental behaviors at work, and further to explore the underlying mechanism and the boundary condition of this effect. This research built a theoretical model to explain how and when substantive and symbolic CER influences employees’ pro-environmental behaviors. 188 matched supervisor-subordinate dyads were collected...

Duloxetine overdose causes sympathomimetic and serotonin toxicity without major complications

Geoffrey K. Isbister, Robert Polanski, Joyce M. Cooper, Michael Keegan & Katherine Z. Isoardi
Duloxetine is a commonly used antidepressant that is a serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. We aimed to investigate the frequency and severity of clinical effects following duloxetine overdose. We undertook a retrospective review of duloxetine overdoses (>120 mg) admitted to two tertiary toxicology units between March 2007 and May 2021. Demographic information, details of ingestion (dose, co-ingestants), clinical effects, investigations (ECG parameters including QT interval), complications (coma [GCS < 9], serotonin toxicity, seizures and cardiovascular...

New polyacetylenes from Bidens procera

Jinli Tian, Shaohua Yu, Lu Wang, Degang Kong, Wei Zhao, Zhenhua Tian & Honglei Zhou
A phytochemical investigation of Bidens procera L.C.Xu ex X.W.Zheng afforded two novel polyacetylenes, tridecane-2E-monoene-4,6,8-triyntylen-1,13-diol-12-O-β-glucoside (1) and tetradecane-2E,8E-diene-4,6-diyne-1,14-diol-13-O-β-glucoside (2), together with ten known compounds (3 − 12). Their chemical structures were elucidated by NMR and MS spectrums as well as the comparison of the published data. Furthermore, the chemotaxonomy of the yielded compounds was also discussed.

Additional file 4 of PCSK9 promotes the progression and metastasis of colon cancer cells through regulation of EMT and PI3K/AKT signaling in tumor cells and phenotypic polarization of macrophages

Lu Wang, Shuangshuang Li, Huanhua Luo, Qi Lu & Shuwen Yu
Additional file 4: Supplemental Table S4. Primers used for qRT- PCR

Additional file 2 of Network evaluation of an innovation platform in continuous quality improvement in Australian Indigenous primary healthcare

Frances Clare Cunningham, Boyd Alexander Potts, Shanthi Ann Ramanathan, Jodie Bailie, Roxanne Gwendalyn Bainbridge, Andrew Searles, Alison Frances Laycock & Ross Stewart Bailie
Additional file 2. CRE-IQI network survey, 2019.

Additional file 2 of PCSK9 promotes the progression and metastasis of colon cancer cells through regulation of EMT and PI3K/AKT signaling in tumor cells and phenotypic polarization of macrophages

Lu Wang, Shuangshuang Li, Huanhua Luo, Qi Lu & Shuwen Yu
Additional file 2: Supplemental Table S2. ThesiRNA sequences of NC and siPCSK9

Additional file 4 of Using mixed methods to establish tobacco treatment acceptability from the perspective of clients and clinicians of antenatal substance use services

Melissa A. Jackson, Penny Buykx, Amanda L. Brown, Amanda L. Baker, Adrian J. Dunlop & Gillian S. Gould
Additional file 4. Women's interview codebook.

Additional file 1 of Using mixed methods to establish tobacco treatment acceptability from the perspective of clients and clinicians of antenatal substance use services

Melissa A. Jackson, Penny Buykx, Amanda L. Brown, Amanda L. Baker, Adrian J. Dunlop & Gillian S. Gould
Additional file 1. COREQ checklist.

Additional file 2 of Depot buprenorphine as an opioid agonist therapy in New South Wales correctional centres: a costing model

R. Ling, B. White, J. Roberts, M. Cretikos, M. V. Howard, P. S. Haber, N. Lintzeris, P. Reeves, A. J. Dunlop & A. Searles
Additional file 2. CHEERS checklist.

Speaking of Online Learning: Alternative Practice-Based Learning Experiences for Speech Pathologists in Australia, Ghana and Hong Kong

Jemma Skeat, Josephine Ohenewa Bampoe, Susan Booth, Emily Brogan, Maya Conway, Rachel Davenport, Simone Howells, Peggy Kan, Michelle Krahe, Sally Hewat, Abigail Lewis, Alex Little, Joanne Walters, Gwendalyn Webb & Nikki Worthington
Speech Pathology programs usually send students to workplaces to learn clinical skills necessary for practice. During COVID-19, programs needed to respond quickly to ensure that students continued to gain the necessary experiences and skills required to progress through their program and graduate as clinicians, while simultaneously complying with COVID-19 requirements. Case studies from seven different universities in Australia, Ghana and Hong Kong described the diverse ways in which placements were adapted to be COVID-safe, taking...

Simulation can replace part of speech-language pathology placement time: A randomised controlled trial

Anne Hill, Elizabeth Ward, Rob Heard, Sue McAllister, Patricia McCabe, Adriana Penman, Emma Caird, Danielle Aldridge, Stacey Baldac, Elizabeth Cardell, Rachel Davenport, Bronwyn Davidson, Sally Hewat, Simone Howells, Alison Purcell & Joanne Walters
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Additional file 1 of Research protocol for impact assessment of a project to scale up food policies in the Pacific

Dori Patay, Kathy Trieu, Briar McKenzie, Shanthi Ramanathan, Alexis Hure, Colin Bell, Anne-Marie Thow, Steven Allender, Erica Reeve, Aliyah Palu, Mark Woodward, Gade Waqa & Jacqui Webster
Additional file 1. Interview guide for the evaluation planning consultations.

Additional file 4 of Research protocol for impact assessment of a project to scale up food policies in the Pacific

Dori Patay, Kathy Trieu, Briar McKenzie, Shanthi Ramanathan, Alexis Hure, Colin Bell, Anne-Marie Thow, Steven Allender, Erica Reeve, Aliyah Palu, Mark Woodward, Gade Waqa & Jacqui Webster
Additional file 4. Topic guide for the group discussions for the research impact assessment.

Additional file 1 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 1: Appendix 1.

Additional file 2 of Physiotherapists’ opinions, barriers, and enablers to providing evidence-based care: a mixed-methods study

Connor Gleadhill, Katarzyna Bolsewicz, Simon R. E. Davidson, Steven J. Kamper, Amanda Tutty, Emma Robson, Priscilla Viana Da Silva, Bruce Donald, Katherine Dooley, Joshua Manvell, Nicole Manvell, Andrew Delbridge & Christopher M. Williams
Additional file 2. Online supplement 1.

Additional file 3 of The effectiveness of implementation strategies in improving preconception and antenatal preventive care: a systematic review

Emma Doherty, Melanie Kingsland, John Wiggers, Luke Wolfenden, Alix Hall, Sam McCrabb, Danika Tremain, Jenna Hollis, Milly Licata, Olivia Wynne, Sophie Dilworth, Justine B. Daly, Belinda Tully, Julia Dray, Kylie A. Bailey, Elizabeth J. Elliott & Rebecca K. Hodder
Additional file 3. Characteristics of Included Studies.

Additional file 1 of Effects of second-line antihyperglycemic drugs on the risk of chronic kidney disease: applying a target trial approach to a hospital-based cohort of Thai patients with type 2 diabetes

Sukanya Siriyotha, Thitiya Lukkunaprasit, Panu Looareesuwan, Hataikarn Nimitphong, Gareth J. McKay, John Attia & Ammarin Thakkinstian
Additional file 1. Supplementary Tables S1–S4 and Supplementary Figures S1–S2.

Additional file 1 of Effects of second-line antihyperglycemic drugs on the risk of chronic kidney disease: applying a target trial approach to a hospital-based cohort of Thai patients with type 2 diabetes

Sukanya Siriyotha, Thitiya Lukkunaprasit, Panu Looareesuwan, Hataikarn Nimitphong, Gareth J. McKay, John Attia & Ammarin Thakkinstian
Additional file 1. Supplementary Tables S1–S4 and Supplementary Figures S1–S2.

sj-docx-1-shr-10.1177_20542704221132139 - Supplemental material for Open science and conflict of interest policies of medical and health sciences journals before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A repeat cross-sectional study

Antoni D. Gardener, Ellen J. Hick, Chloe Jacklin, Gifford Tan, Aidan G. Cashin, Hopin Lee, David Nunan, Elaine C. Toomey & Georgia C. Richards
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-shr-10.1177_20542704221132139 for Open science and conflict of interest policies of medical and health sciences journals before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A repeat cross-sectional study by Antoni D. Gardener, Ellen J. Hick, Chloe Jacklin, Gifford Tan, Aidan G. Cashin, Hopin Lee, David Nunan, Elaine C. Toomey and Georgia C. Richards in JRSM Open

sj-pdf-1-wjn-10.1177_01939459221148825 – Supplemental material for Health Experiences of Nurses during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study

Melissa L. Harris, Anne McLeod & Marita G. Titler
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-wjn-10.1177_01939459221148825 for Health Experiences of Nurses during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study by Melissa L. Harris, Anne McLeod and Marita G. Titler in Western Journal of Nursing Research

Does snake envenoming cause chronic kidney disease? A cohort study in rural Sri Lanka

Subodha Waiddyanatha, Anjana Silva, Kosala Weerakoon, Sisira Siribaddana & Geoffrey K. Isbister
There is limited information on the risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD) following snakebite and its relationship with chronic interstitial nephritis in agricultural communities (CINAC). We aimed to investigate CKD in patients with a confirmed snakebite in rural Sri Lanka. Patients prospectively recruited to the Anuradhapura snakebite cohort with authenticated bites were followed up. Two groups of patients were followed up: 199 patients in group I with a snakebite (August 2013–October 2014), reviewed after 4...

Does snake envenoming cause chronic kidney disease? A cohort study in rural Sri Lanka

Subodha Waiddyanatha, Anjana Silva, Kosala Weerakoon, Sisira Siribaddana & Geoffrey K. Isbister
There is limited information on the risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD) following snakebite and its relationship with chronic interstitial nephritis in agricultural communities (CINAC). We aimed to investigate CKD in patients with a confirmed snakebite in rural Sri Lanka. Patients prospectively recruited to the Anuradhapura snakebite cohort with authenticated bites were followed up. Two groups of patients were followed up: 199 patients in group I with a snakebite (August 2013–October 2014), reviewed after 4...

Stochastic Tree Search for Estimating Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes

Yilun Sun & Lu Wang
A dynamic treatment regime (DTR) is a sequence of decision rules that adapt to the time-varying states of an individual. Black-box learning methods have shown great potential in predicting the optimal treatments; however, the resulting DTRs lack interpretability, which is of paramount importance for medical experts to understand and implement. We present a stochastic tree-based reinforcement learning (ST-RL) method for estimating optimal DTRs in a multistage multitreatment setting with data from either randomized trials or...

Corporate environmental responsibility and employees’ pro-environmental behaviors at work: insights from organizational identification and workplace spirituality perspective

Feng Yang & Lan Gao
Although corporate environmental responsibility (CER) can influence employees’ attitudes and behaviors, little research has been done to explain the effect of different dimensions of CER (e.g. substantive and symbolic CER) on employees’ pro-environmental behaviors at work, and further to explore the underlying mechanism and the boundary condition of this effect. This research built a theoretical model to explain how and when substantive and symbolic CER influences employees’ pro-environmental behaviors. 188 matched supervisor-subordinate dyads were collected...

Additional file 1 of A scoping review of systems approaches for increasing physical activity in populations

Tracy Nau, Adrian Bauman, Ben J. Smith & William Bellew
Additional file 1: Table S1. Summary of included studies classified as Theorizing. Table S2. Summary of included studies classified as Prediction. Table S3. Summary of included studies classified as Intervention development. Table S4. Summary of included studies classified as Process evaluation. Table S5. Summary of included studies classified as Impact evaluation. Table S6. Summary of included studied classified as Unclear systems approaches.

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