161 Works

Emergence of an ancient and pathogenic mammarenavirus

Xue-Lian Luo, Shan Lu, Chuan Qin, Mang Shi, Xiao-Bo Lu, Lu Wang, Sang Ga, Dong Jin, Xin-Li Ma, Jing Yang, Yan Dai, Lin-Lin Bao, Yan-Peng Cheng, Ya-Jun Ge, Yi-Bo Bai, Wen-Tao Zhu, Ji Pu, Hui Sun, Yu-Yuan Huang, Ming-Chao Xu, Wen-Jing Lei, Kui Dong, Cai-Xin Yang, Yi-Fan Jiao, Qi Lv … & Jianguo Xu
Emerging zoonoses of wildlife origin caused by previously unknown agents are one of the most important challenges for human health. The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau represents a unique ecological niche with diverse wildlife that harbors several human pathogens and numerous previously uncharacterized pathogens. In this study, we identified and characterized a novel arenavirus (namely, plateau pika virus, PPV) from plateau pikas (Ochotona curzoniae) on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau by virome analysis. Isolated PPV strains could replicate in several...

sj-docx-4-hhc-10.1177_10848223231160273 – Supplemental material for Development and Validation of the Self-management of Dementia by Family Carers (SMDFC) Scale

Anas Shehadeh, Sharyn Hunter & Sarah Jeong
Supplemental material, sj-docx-4-hhc-10.1177_10848223231160273 for Development and Validation of the Self-management of Dementia by Family Carers (SMDFC) Scale by Anas Shehadeh, Sharyn Hunter and Sarah Jeong in Home Health Care Management & Practice

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.

Impairments, and physical design and culture of a rehabilitation unit influence stroke survivor activity: qualitative analysis of rehabilitation staff perceptions

Heidi Janssen, Marie-Louise Bird, Julie Luker, Ben Sellar, Angela Berndt, Samantha Ashby, Annie McCluskey, Louise Ada, Jannette Blennerhassett, Julie Bernhardt & Neil J. Spratt
This study aimed to investigate rehabilitation staff perceptions of factors influencing stroke survivor activity outside of dedicated therapy time for the purpose of supporting successful translation of activity promoting interventions in a rehabilitation unit. Purposive sampling of multi-disciplinary teams from four rehabilitation units was performed, and semi-structured interviews were conducted by telephone, digitally audio-recorded and then transcribed verbatim. A stepped iterative process of thematic analysis was employed until data saturation was reached. All but one...

Degradation of Tetrabromobisphenol S by thermo-activated Persulphate Oxidation: reaction Kinetics, transformation Mechanisms, and brominated By-products

Lu Wang, Yaqun Yu, Guoqiang Liu, Baowei Hu & Junhe Lu
Brominated flame retardants (BFRs) are a group of contaminants of emerging environmental concern. In this study, systematic exploration was carried out to investigate the degradation of tetrabromobisphenol S (TBBPS), a typical emerging BFRs, by thermally activated persulfate (PDS) oxidation. The removal of 5.0 μM TBBPS was 100% after 60 min oxidation treatment under 60°C. Increasing the temperature or initial PDS concentration facilitated the degradation efficiency of TBBPS. The quenching test indicated that TBBPS degradation occurred...

Additional file 3 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 3: Table S1. Definition of social network terms; Table S2. Most significant change made by the CRE-IQI for respondents at four levels, 2017 and 2019; Table S3. Members’ overall perceptions of CRE-IQI, 2017 and 2019; Table S4. Degree centralization of networks, 2017 and 2019; Table S5. Community detection in networks, 2017 and 2019; Figure S1. Degree distribution for network of prior knowledge, 2017 and 2019; Figure S2. Degree distribution for network of information-sharing,...

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...

Additional file 5 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 5. Research impact assessment quantitative summary score card.

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.

sj-pdf-1-smm-10.1177_09622802221122397 - Supplemental material for Penalized Spline-Involved Tree-based (PenSIT) Learning for estimating an optimal dynamic treatment regime using observational data

Kelly A Speth, Michael R Elliott, Juan L Marquez & Lu Wang
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-smm-10.1177_09622802221122397 for Penalized Spline-Involved Tree-based (PenSIT) Learning for estimating an optimal dynamic treatment regime using observational data by Kelly A Speth, Michael R Elliott, Juan L Marquez and Lu Wang in Statistical Methods in Medical Research

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.

Early-career general practitioners’ perceptions of the utility of vocational training for subsequent independent practice

Michael Tran, Susan Wearne, Alison Fielding, Dominica Moad, Amanda Tapley, Elizabeth Holliday, Jean Ball, Andrew Davey, Mieke van Driel, Kristen FitzGerald, Neil Spike, Michael Bentley, Catherine Kirby & Parker Magin
To evaluate Australian early-career general practitioners’ perceptions of the utility of their prior vocational training in preparing them for independent specialist practice. We hypothesised that in-practice teaching would be perceived as more useful than formal education delivered by Regional Training Organisations (RTOs). A cross-sectional questionnaire-based study of early-career general practitioners (RTO ‘alumni’). The outcomes were Likert scale ratings of alumni’s perceived impact of RTO education versus in-practice training on their preparedness for independent practice. Ratings...

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.

sj-docx-1-msx-10.1177_1029864915599598 – Supplemental material for Does non-native language influence learning a melody? A comparison of native English and native Chinese university students on the AIRS Test Battery of Singing Skills

Helga Rut Gudmundsdottir, Annabel J. Cohen, Bing-Yi Pan, Leah Stevenson & Alexis McIver
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-msx-10.1177_1029864915599598 for Does non-native language influence learning a melody? A comparison of native English and native Chinese university students on the AIRS Test Battery of Singing Skills by Helga Rut Gudmundsdottir, Annabel J. Cohen, Annabel J. Cohen, Bing-Yi Pan, Leah Stevenson and Alexis McIver in Musicae Scientiae

sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930231155336 – Supplemental material for The incidence of pediatric ischemic stroke: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Lan Gao, Megumi Lim, Dieu Nguyen, Steven Bowe, Mark T MacKay, Belinda Stojanovski & Marj Moodie
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930231155336 for The incidence of pediatric ischemic stroke: A systematic review and meta-analysis by Lan Gao, Megumi Lim, Dieu Nguyen, Steven Bowe, Mark T MacKay, Belinda Stojanovski and Marj Moodie in International Journal of Stroke

Additional file 1 of Novel lipometabolism biomarker for chemotherapy and immunotherapy response in breast cancer

Lei Zhang, Risheng She, Jianlin Zhu, Jin Lu, Yuan Gao, Wenhua Song, Songwang Cai & Lu Wang
Additional file 1.

Additional file 2 of Novel lipometabolism biomarker for chemotherapy and immunotherapy response in breast cancer

Lei Zhang, Risheng She, Jianlin Zhu, Jin Lu, Yuan Gao, Wenhua Song, Songwang Cai & Lu Wang
Additional file 2.

Additional file 1 of Quality of life and mental health of women who had cardiac disease in pregnancy and postpartum

Jane Hutchens, Jane Frawley & Elizabeth A. Sullivan
Supplementary Material 1

Additional file 1 of Quality of life and mental health of women who had cardiac disease in pregnancy and postpartum

Jane Hutchens, Jane Frawley & Elizabeth A. Sullivan
Supplementary Material 1

Additional file 2 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 2. Data collection cards for each project stream and SUPI in general.

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Affiliations

  • University of Newcastle Australia
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  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
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  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
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  • Yunnan University
    50
  • Second Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University
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  • Minjiang University
    50
  • University of Rochester Medical Center
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  • Beihang University
    50
  • Inner Mongolia University
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  • Inner Mongolia Agricultural University
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