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Transforming Out of Hospital Care for People who are Homeless: Support Tool for the High Impact Change Model

Michelle Cornes & Manthorpe Jill

‘A new vision!’: Exploring coachee experiences of using photography in coaching – An interpretative phenomenological analysis

Maureen Donaldson-Wright & Kate Hefferon

Additional file 1 of Local CpG density affects the trajectory and variance of age-associated DNA methylation changes

Jonathan Higham, Lyndsay Kerr, Qian Zhang, Rosie M. Walker, Sarah E. Harris, David M. Howard, Emma L. Hawkins, Anca-Larisa Sandu, J. Douglas Steele, Gordon D. Waiter, Alison D. Murray, Kathryn L. Evans, Andrew M. McIntosh, Peter M. Visscher, Ian J. Deary, Simon R. Cox & Duncan Sproul
Additional file 1: Supplementary figures Fig. S1-5 and legends.

Additional file 3 of Local CpG density affects the trajectory and variance of age-associated DNA methylation changes

Jonathan Higham, Lyndsay Kerr, Qian Zhang, Rosie M. Walker, Sarah E. Harris, David M. Howard, Emma L. Hawkins, Anca-Larisa Sandu, J. Douglas Steele, Gordon D. Waiter, Alison D. Murray, Kathryn L. Evans, Andrew M. McIntosh, Peter M. Visscher, Ian J. Deary, Simon R. Cox & Duncan Sproul
Additional file 3. Review history.

Combat exposure and co-occurring mental health problems in UK Armed Forces personnel

Zoe Chui, Nicola T. Fear, Neil Greenberg, Norman Jones, Edgar Jones & Laura Goodwin
Mental disorders and alcohol misuse are often comorbid, and this comorbidity is more common in those who develop mental disorders following exposure to traumatic events. To investigate the relationship between combat exposure and operational role (support versus combat) with mental disorders and associated comorbidity in a UK military cohort. 4896 participants from a UK military cohort reported their operational role and frequency of exposure to combat events during deployment. Outcome measures included self-reported post-traumatic stress...

Additional file 1 of In vitro activity of ceftaroline, ceftazidime-avibactam, and comparators against Gram-positive and -negative organisms in China: the 2018 results from the ATLAS program

Peiyao Jia, Ying Zhu, Hui Zhang, Bin Cheng, Ping Guo, Yingchun Xu & Qiwen Yang
Supplementary Material 1

Additional file 1 of Trauma-focused therapies for post-traumatic stress in psychosis: study protocol for the RE.PROCESS randomized controlled trial

Simone R. Burger, Tineke van der Linden, Amy Hardy, Paul de Bont, Berber van der Vleugel, Anton B. P. Staring, Carlijn de Roos, Catherine van Zelst, Jennifer D. Gottlieb, Kim T. Mueser, Agnes van Minnen, Ad de Jongh, Machteld Marcelis, Mark van der Gaag & David van den Berg
Additional file 1. Model Consent Form.

Additional file 3 of Patient and public involvement in an international rheumatology translational research project: an evaluation

Savia de Souza, Eva C. Johansson, Susanne Karlfeldt, Karim Raza & Ruth Williams
Additional file 3. GRIPP2-LF.

Additional file 1 of Identifying Child Anxiety Through Schools-identification to intervention (iCATS-i2i): protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial to compare screening, feedback and intervention for child anxiety problems to usual school practice

Tessa Reardon, Obioha C. Ukoumunne, Mara Violato, Susan Ball, Paul Brown, Tamsin Ford, Alastair Gray, Claire Hill, Bec Jasper, Michael Larkin, Ian Macdonald, Fran Morgan, Jack Pollard, Michelle Sancho, Falko F. Sniehotta, Susan H. Spence, Paul Stallard, Jason Stainer, Lucy Taylor, Victoria Williamson, Emily Day, Jennifer Fisk, Iheoma Green, Gemma Halliday, Ciara Hennigan … & Cathy Creswell
Additional file 1: Supplement 1. SPIRIT Checklist.

Additional file 1 of Dehydration is associated with production of organic osmolytes and predicts physical long-term symptoms after COVID-19: a multicenter cohort study

Michael Hultström, Miklos Lipcsey, Dave R. Morrison, Tomoko Nakanishi, Guillaume Butler-Laporte, Yiheng Chen, Satoshi Yoshiji, Vincenzo Forgetta, Yossi Farjoun, Ewa Wallin, Ing-Marie Larsson, Anders Larsson, Adriana Marton, Jens Marc Titze, Sandra Nihlén, J. Brent Richards & Robert Frithiof
Additional file 1. Clinical endpoints in Pronmed and Biobanque Québécoise de la COVID-19 (BQC19) for outcomes of acute COVID-19 and Long COVID-19 clustered as physical or mental symptoms.

Additional file 1 of Montelukast reduces grey matter abnormalities and functional deficits in a mouse model of inflammation-induced encephalopathy of prematurity

Abi G. Yates, Elena Kislitsyna, Carla Alfonso Martin, Jiaying Zhang, Amy L. Sewell, Ane Goikolea-Vives, Valerie Cai, Lama F. Alkhader, Aleksander Skaland, Basil Hammond, Ralica Dimitrova, Dafnis Batalle, Cathy Fernandes, A. David Edwards, Pierre Gressens, Claire Thornton & Helen B. Stolp
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Effect of montelukast on CysLTR1 and CysLT in the brain. Figure S2. IL-1β induces vascular inflammation, but not BBB breakdown. Figure S3. No improvement of white matter damage is evident following montelukast treatment in this model. Figure S4. No hippocampal damage evident in this model. Figure S5. Inflammation and/or montelukast treatment does not induce motor deficits.

Additional file 1 of Summarising data and factors associated with COVID-19 related conspiracy theories in the first year of the pandemic: a systematic review and narrative synthesis

Konstantinos Tsamakis, Dimitrios Tsiptsios, Brendon Stubbs, Ruimin Ma, Eugenia Romano, Christoph Mueller, Ayesha Ahmad, Andreas S. Triantafyllis, George Tsitsas & Elena Dragioti
Additional file 1. Supplementary Checklist 1; Supplementary Table 1: Quality assessment for quantitative studies based on the AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) checklist ; Supplementary Table 2: Quality assessment for qualitative studies based on the CASP (Qualitative Research Checklist, adapted from Horntvedt et al. [15]); Supplementary Box 1: Search strategies ; Supplementary Box 2: Excluded studies with reasons; Supplementary Table 3: Factors and correlations with conspiracy theories and beliefs per study

The opioid use disorder core outcomes set (OUD–COS) for treatment research: findings from a Delphi consensus study

Niranjan S Karnik, John Marsden, Connor McCluskey, Randy A Boley, Katharine A Bradley, Cynthia I Campbell, Megan E Curtis, David Fiellin, Udi Ghitza, Kathryn Hefner, Yih‐Ing Hser, R Kathryn McHugh, Sterling M McPherson, Larissa J Mooney, Landhing M Moran, Sean M Murphy, Robert P Schwartz, Dikla Shmueli‐Blumberg, Matisyahu Shulman, Kari A Stephens, Katherine E Watkins, Roger D Weiss & Li‐Tzy Wu
BACKGROUND AND AIM: There is no gold-standard and considerable heterogeneity in outcome measures used to evaluate treatments for opioid use disorder (OUD) along the opioid treatment cascade. The aim of this study was to develop the US National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network (CTN) opioid use disorder core outcomes set (OUD-COS). DESIGN: Four-round, e-Delphi expert panel consensus study and plenary research group discussion and targeted consultation. SETTING: United...

sj-docx-1-tva-10.1177_15248380221129596 – Supplemental material for The Association Between Child Abuse and Aggressive Behavior: A Three-Level Meta-Analysis

Guangming Ran, Qiongzhi Zhang, Qi Zhang, Jun Li & Jing Chen
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-tva-10.1177_15248380221129596 for The Association Between Child Abuse and Aggressive Behavior: A Three-Level Meta-Analysis by Guangming Ran, Qiongzhi Zhang, Qi Zhang, Jun Li and Jing Chen in Trauma, Violence, & Abuse

Additional file 1 of Implementation of a medicine management plan (MMP) to reduce medication-related harm (MRH) in older people post-hospital discharge: a randomised controlled trial

Khalid Ali, Ekow A. Mensah, Eugene Ace McDermott, Frances A. Kirkham, Jennifer Stevenson, Victoria Hamer, Nikesh Parekh, Rebekah Schiff, Tischa Van Der Cammen, Stephen Nyangoma, Sally Fowler-Davis, Graham Davies, Heather Gage & Chakravarthi Rajkumar
Additional file 1: Appendix 1. Formula for calculating patient risk of experiencing MRH within 8 weeks post hospital discharge. Appendix 2. Visual analogue of risk prediction tool. Appendix 3. Study participants flow chart.

Additional file 1 of A genome-wide association study of mammographic texture variation

Yuxi Liu, Hongjie Chen, John Heine, Sara Lindstrom, Constance Turman, Erica T. Warner, Stacey J. Winham, Celine M. Vachon, Rulla M. Tamimi, Peter Kraft & Xia Jiang
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Correlations between the four V assessments. Fig. S2. Quantile-quantile plots of the GWAS meta-analysis results. Fig. S3. Manhattan plots of the GWAS meta-analysis results. Fig. S4. Quantile-quantile plots of the P value of heterogeneity. Table S2. Sources of summary statistics of breast cancer risk and breast cancer risk factors for calculating genetic correlation. Table S3. Sources of summary statistics of breast cancer risk and breast cancer risk factors for the...

Knockdown of miR-1275 protects against cardiomyocytes injury through promoting neuromedin U type 1 receptor

Zhu Zeng, Haixin Ma, Jing Chen, Nina Huang, Yudan Zhang, Yufei Su & Huifang Zhang
The present study aimed to assess the role of miR-1275 in cardiac ischemia reperfusion injury. H9 human embryonic stem cell (hESC)-derived cardiomyocytes stimulated by oxygen-glucose deprivation/reoxygenation (OGD/R) were used to simulate myocardial injury in vitro. miR-1275 expression levels in cells were measured by RT-qPCR. The release of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and creatine kinase (CK) was examined through LDH and CK ELISA kits. Cell apoptosis was detected through flow cytometry. A Fura-2 Calcium Flux Assay Kit...

Additional file 1 of Feasibility and acceptability of e-learning to upskill diabetes educators in supporting people experiencing diabetes distress: a pilot randomised controlled trial

Jennifer A. Halliday, Sienna Russell-Green, Virginia Hagger, Eric O, Ann Morris, Jackie Sturt, Jane Speight & Christel Hendrieckx
Additional file 1: Supplement 1. Summary of content in ‘Diabetes Distress’ chapter of ‘Diabetes and Emotional Health’.

Additional file 1 of Feasibility and acceptability of e-learning to upskill diabetes educators in supporting people experiencing diabetes distress: a pilot randomised controlled trial

Jennifer A. Halliday, Sienna Russell-Green, Virginia Hagger, Eric O, Ann Morris, Jackie Sturt, Jane Speight & Christel Hendrieckx
Additional file 1: Supplement 1. Summary of content in ‘Diabetes Distress’ chapter of ‘Diabetes and Emotional Health’.

Additional file 6 of The dynamic changes and sex differences of 147 immune-related proteins during acute COVID-19 in 580 individuals

Guillaume Butler-Laporte, Edgar Gonzalez-Kozlova, Chen-Yang Su, Sirui Zhou, Tomoko Nakanishi, Elsa Brunet-Ratnasingham, David Morrison, Laetitia Laurent, Jonathan Afilalo, Marc Afilalo, Danielle Henry, Yiheng Chen, Julia Carrasco-Zanini, Yossi Farjoun, Maik Pietzner, Nofar Kimchi, Zaman Afrasiabi, Nardin Rezk, Meriem Bouab, Louis Petitjean, Charlotte Guzman, Xiaoqing Xue, Chris Tselios, Branka Vulesevic, Olumide Adeleye … & J Brent Richards
Additional file 6: Mount Sinai investigators.

Additional file 1 of Cost of hospital services in India: a multi-site study to inform provider payment rates and Health Technology Assessment

Akashdeep Singh Chauhan, Lorna Guinness, Pankaj Bahuguna, Maninder Pal Singh, Vipul Aggarwal, Kavitha Rajsekhar, Surbhi Tripathi & Shankar Prinja
Additional File 1: Table S1: Profile of sampled specialties (Inpatient cost centre)- all costs in INR. Table S2 Profile of sampled specialties (ICU cost centre) -all costs in INR. Table S3 Profile of sampled specialties (OP and OT cost centres) – all costs in INR. Table S4 Comparison of unadjusted and adjusted cost per bed day (Inpatient cost centre) for selected specialties (INR). Table S5 Unadjusted unit costs by state and type of provider (INR).

Additional file 1 of The hippocampal sparing subtype of Alzheimer’s disease assessed in neuropathology and in vivo tau positron emission tomography: a systematic review

Daniel Ferreira, Rosaleena Mohanty, Melissa E. Murray, Agneta Nordberg, Kejal Kantarci & Eric Westman
Additional file 1: Table S1. Search strategy. Table S2. Strategies followed to reduce the risk of bias. Table S3. List of fields covered for the collection of the data (data extraction template). Table S4. Reasons for excluding candidate records (inclusion stage in the study-selection flow). Table S5. Frequency of the hippocampal-sparing AD subtype – comparison of findings when using hippocampus versus entorhinal cortex for subtyping.

Additional file 1 of The hippocampal sparing subtype of Alzheimer’s disease assessed in neuropathology and in vivo tau positron emission tomography: a systematic review

Daniel Ferreira, Rosaleena Mohanty, Melissa E. Murray, Agneta Nordberg, Kejal Kantarci & Eric Westman
Additional file 1: Table S1. Search strategy. Table S2. Strategies followed to reduce the risk of bias. Table S3. List of fields covered for the collection of the data (data extraction template). Table S4. Reasons for excluding candidate records (inclusion stage in the study-selection flow). Table S5. Frequency of the hippocampal-sparing AD subtype – comparison of findings when using hippocampus versus entorhinal cortex for subtyping.

Additional file 1 of A randomised controlled trial of acceptance and commitment therapy plus usual care compared to usual care alone for improving psychological health in people with motor neuron disease (COMMEND): study protocol

Rebecca L. Gould, Benjamin J. Thompson, Charlotte Rawlinson, Pavithra Kumar, David White, Marc A. Serfaty, Christopher D. Graham, Lance M. McCracken, Matt Bursnall, Mike Bradburn, Tracey Young, Robert J. Howard, Ammar Al-Chalabi, Laura H. Goldstein, Vanessa Lawrence, Cindy Cooper, Pamela J. Shaw & Christopher J. McDermott
Additional file 1. WHO Trial Registration Data Set.

supporting figures from Atomistic mechanisms of phase nucleation and propagation in a model two-dimensional system

Fei Shuang, Penghao Xiao, Liming Xiong & Wei Gao
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