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Tracking the Influence of Grey Literature in Public Policy Contexts: The Necessity and Benefit of Interdisciplinary Research

Bertrum H. MacDonald, Suzuette S. Soomai & Peter G. Wells
Scientific information (much of it published as grey literature) can play a pivotal role in the search for solutions to serious global environmental problems. This fact is receiving growing attention by a diversity of researchers. How information functions within the interface between science and policy is only weakly understood, in part because most studies have been conducted through single disciplinary lenses. Moreover, determining the life cycles of scientific information and developing an understanding of the...

COVID-19 and Implications for Automation

Alex Chernoff & Casey Warman
Occupations held by females with mid-level education face the highest risk of accelerated automation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additional file 3 of Long-term antibody production and viremia in American mink (Neovison vison) challenged with Aleutian mink disease virus

A. Hossain Farid, Irshad Hussain, Priyanka P. Rupasinghe, Jancy Stephen & Irin Arju
Additional file 3: Supplementary Table 3. Percentage of seropositive mink at different sampling occasions by inoculation date§.

Additional file 1 of Accreditation as a driver of interprofessional education: the Canadian experience

Mohammad B. Azzam, Marie-Andrée Girard, Cynthia Andrews, Hope Bilinski, Denise M. Connelly, John H. V. Gilbert, Christie Newton & Ruby E. Grymonpre
Additional file 1. IPE-relevant text, by profession.

sj-docx-1-sgo-10.1177_21582440221141273 – Supplemental material for Developing an Item Bank of Computerized Adaptive Testing for Eating Disorders in Chinese University Students

Kai Liu, Longfei Zhang, Dongbo Tu & Yan Cai
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-sgo-10.1177_21582440221141273 for Developing an Item Bank of Computerized Adaptive Testing for Eating Disorders in Chinese University Students by Kai Liu, Longfei Zhang, Dongbo Tu and Yan Cai in SAGE Open

COVID-19 vaccination delivery in long-term-care using the CARD (Comfort Ask Relax Distract) system: Mixed methods study of implementation drivers

Anna Taddio, Katherine S. McGilton, Nancy Zheng, Lydia Yeung, Benoit Lafleur, Jollee S.T. Fung, Noni E. MacDonald, Melissa K. Andrew & Chris P. Verschoor
CARD (comfort, ask, relax, distract) is a vaccine delivery framework that includes interventions to improve the patient’s experience. CARD has not been previously implemented in long-term care (LTC) settings. This study evaluated drivers to implementation for COVID-19 vaccinations in an LTC facility. Postimplementation interpretive evaluation including qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys with eight participants. The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) was used for analysis. Adverse reactions to vaccinations and CARD interventions, including local reactogenicity...

Additional file 1 of The impact of funding models on the integration of registered nurses in primary health care teams: protocol for a multi-phase mixed-methods study in Canada

Maria Mathews, Sarah Spencer, Lindsay Hedden, Julia Lukewich, Marie-Eve Poitras, Emily Gard Marshall, Judith Belle Brown, Shannon Sibbald & Alison A. Norful
Additional file 1. Case Study Interview Guides.

Supplementary document for Topological inverse design of fabrication-constrained nanophotonic devices via adaptive projection method - 6063130.pdf

Hao Liang, Qi Wang, Xueguang Yuan, Hao Liu, Jiyu Xu, Yangan Zhang, Kai Liu, Yongqing Huang & Xiaomin Ren
Topological inverse design of fabrication-constrained nanophotonic devices via adaptive projection method: supplemental document

sj-docx-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221128477 - Supplemental material for Trends in Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization in British Columbia: Descriptive Analysis of Population-Based Linked Administrative Data from 2008 to 2018

Jackson P. Loyal, M. Ruth Lavergne, Mehdi Shirmaleki, Benedikt Fischer, Ridhwana Kaoser, Jack Makolewksi & Will Small
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221128477 for Trends in Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization in British Columbia: Descriptive Analysis of Population-Based Linked Administrative Data from 2008 to 2018 by Jackson P. Loyal, M. Ruth Lavergne, Mehdi Shirmaleki, Benedikt Fischer, Ridhwana Kaoser, Jack Makolewksi and Will Small in The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Additional file 2 of Enhanced Telehealth Home-Monitoring Intervention for Vulnerable and Frail Patients after Cardiac Surgery (THE-FACS Pilot Intervention Study)

Shreya Sarkar, Jeffrey MacLeod, Ansar Hassan, Keith R. Brunt, Krisan Palmer & Jean-François Légaré
Additional file 2: Supplementary Table 1. Usability survey for THE-FACS intervention using Likert-like questions.

Additional file 2 of Enhanced Telehealth Home-Monitoring Intervention for Vulnerable and Frail Patients after Cardiac Surgery (THE-FACS Pilot Intervention Study)

Shreya Sarkar, Jeffrey MacLeod, Ansar Hassan, Keith R. Brunt, Krisan Palmer & Jean-François Légaré
Additional file 2: Supplementary Table 1. Usability survey for THE-FACS intervention using Likert-like questions.

Additional file 1 of Relationship of body mass index with frailty and all-cause mortality among middle-aged and older adults

Kulapong Jayanama, Olga Theou, Judith Godin, Andrea Mayo, Leah Cahill & Kenneth Rockwood
Additional file 1: Table S1. [36-item Frailty Index (NHANES)]. Table S2. [57-item Frailty Index (SHARE)]. Table S3. [Interactions between frailty and BMI levels in relation to mortality risk]. Table S4. [Relationship between body mass index and percent body fat, using ordinary least squares regression analysis, and between body mass index and mortality, using cox regression analysis and stratified by frailty levels (N =5309)].

sj-docx-1-aph-10.1177_10105395221134651 – Supplemental material for Prevalence Difference of Helicobacter pylori Infection Between Tibetan and Han Ethnics in China: A Meta-analysis on Epidemiologic Studies (SIGES)

Dan Bai, Kai Liu, Rui Wang, Wei-Han Zhang, Xin-Zu Chen & Jian-Kun Hu
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-aph-10.1177_10105395221134651 for Prevalence Difference of Helicobacter pylori Infection Between Tibetan and Han Ethnics in China: A Meta-analysis on Epidemiologic Studies (SIGES) by Dan Bai, Kai Liu, Rui Wang, Wei-Han Zhang, Xin-Zu Chen and Jian-Kun Hu in Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health

Additional file 1 of How to measure barriers in accessing mental healthcare? Psychometric evaluation of a screening tool in parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Ting Xiong, Elisa Kaltenbach, Igor Yakovenko, Jeanine Lebsack & Patrick J. McGrath
Additional file 1. Parental Healthcare Barriers Scale (PHBS).

Additional file 1 of How to measure barriers in accessing mental healthcare? Psychometric evaluation of a screening tool in parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Ting Xiong, Elisa Kaltenbach, Igor Yakovenko, Jeanine Lebsack & Patrick J. McGrath
Additional file 1. Parental Healthcare Barriers Scale (PHBS).

Additional file 2 of A scoping review of perceptions from healthcare professionals on antipsychotic prescribing practices in acute care settings

Natalia Jaworska, Stephana J. Moss, Karla D. Krewulak, Zara Stelfox, Daniel J. Niven, Zahinoor Ismail, Lisa D. Burry & Kirsten M. Fiest
Additional file 2.

Additional file 3 of A scoping review of perceptions from healthcare professionals on antipsychotic prescribing practices in acute care settings

Natalia Jaworska, Stephana J. Moss, Karla D. Krewulak, Zara Stelfox, Daniel J. Niven, Zahinoor Ismail, Lisa D. Burry & Kirsten M. Fiest
Additional file 3: Supplementary Table 1. Search strategy used in MEDLINE. Supplementary Table 2. Characteristics of included studies. Supplementary Table 3. Antipsychotic reported outcomes of included studies. Supplementary Table 4. Reportedantipsychotic medication prescribing indications included studies by acute care setting. Supplementary Table 5. Measured and perceived antipsychotics prescribed and prescribing indications reported for included studies, by acutecare setting. Supplementary Table 6. Number of studies reporting on healthcare professional reported perceived antipsychotic prescribing practices in acute...

Additional file 3 of A scoping review of perceptions from healthcare professionals on antipsychotic prescribing practices in acute care settings

Natalia Jaworska, Stephana J. Moss, Karla D. Krewulak, Zara Stelfox, Daniel J. Niven, Zahinoor Ismail, Lisa D. Burry & Kirsten M. Fiest
Additional file 3: Supplementary Table 1. Search strategy used in MEDLINE. Supplementary Table 2. Characteristics of included studies. Supplementary Table 3. Antipsychotic reported outcomes of included studies. Supplementary Table 4. Reportedantipsychotic medication prescribing indications included studies by acute care setting. Supplementary Table 5. Measured and perceived antipsychotics prescribed and prescribing indications reported for included studies, by acutecare setting. Supplementary Table 6. Number of studies reporting on healthcare professional reported perceived antipsychotic prescribing practices in acute...

Additional file 1 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Example gait training exercise.

Additional file 6 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 6: Table S3. Training programme provider feedback data.

Assessing the Diffusion and Impact of Grey Literature Published by International Intergovernmental Scientific Groups: The Case of the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment

Bertrum H. MacDonald, Ruth E. Cordes & Peter G. Wells
Co-authored together with Ruth Cordes and Peter Wells. - Although many governmental and intergovernmental organizations publish vast quantities of grey literature, the importance of the diffusion and impact of this literature are rarely studied. Evidence from an investigation of the grey literature output of GESAMP, the Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (sponsored by the UN and several of the UN-family of organizations), indicated that the literature reached scientific...

COVID-19 vaccination delivery in long-term-care using the CARD (Comfort Ask Relax Distract) system: Mixed methods study of implementation drivers

Anna Taddio, Katherine S. McGilton, Nancy Zheng, Lydia Yeung, Benoit Lafleur, Jollee S.T. Fung, Noni E. MacDonald, Melissa K. Andrew & Chris P. Verschoor
CARD (comfort, ask, relax, distract) is a vaccine delivery framework that includes interventions to improve the patient’s experience. CARD has not been previously implemented in long-term care (LTC) settings. This study evaluated drivers to implementation for COVID-19 vaccinations in an LTC facility. Postimplementation interpretive evaluation including qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys with eight participants. The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) was used for analysis. Adverse reactions to vaccinations and CARD interventions, including local reactogenicity...

COVID-19 Vaccination Delivery in Long-Term-Care using the CARD (Comfort Ask Relax Distract) System: Mixed Methods study of Implementation Drivers

Anna Taddio, Katherine S. McGilton, Nancy Zheng, Lydia Yeung, Benoit Lafleur, Jollee S.T. Fung, Noni E. MacDonald, Melissa K. Andrew & Chris P. Verschoor
CARD (comfort, ask, relax, distract) is a vaccine delivery framework that includes interventions to improve the patient’s experience. CARD has not been previously implemented in long-term care (LTC) settings. This study evaluated drivers to implementation for COVID-19 vaccinations in an LTC facility. Postimplementation interpretive evaluation including qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys with eight participants. The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) was used for analysis. Adverse reactions to vaccinations and CARD interventions, including local reactogenicity...

Additional file 3 of Long-term antibody production and viremia in American mink (Neovison vison) challenged with Aleutian mink disease virus

A. Hossain Farid, Irshad Hussain, Priyanka P. Rupasinghe, Jancy Stephen & Irin Arju
Additional file 3: Supplementary Table 3. Percentage of seropositive mink at different sampling occasions by inoculation date§.

Additional file 4 of Long-term antibody production and viremia in American mink (Neovison vison) challenged with Aleutian mink disease virus

A. Hossain Farid, Irshad Hussain, Priyanka P. Rupasinghe, Jancy Stephen & Irin Arju
Additional file 4: Supplementary Table 4. The distribution of mink which survived for at least 350 days and were persistently seropositive or persistently seronegative for at least 150 days until pelting.

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