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Rajesh Mohan🌈--PPE for FRONTLINE-- Feb 9
Remaining employed with a chronic condition: Focus group study on facilitators, barriers & support needs; Managers have responsibility to ensure reasonable adjustments + support Occ health & HR competence vital
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BMC Series Aug 3
Data from 25 countries show that experiencing intimate partner violence is associated with a range of health risk behaviors and poor mental health outcomes:
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Lindsay Graham 💙 Feb 3
RT : Research (from Scotland): Making hospital shops healthier: evaluating the implementation of a mandatory standard for limiting food products and promotions in hospital retail outlets
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START Center Mar 17
Congratulations to research assistant, Alison Wiyeh, on co-authoring an article published in ! Read “Effectiveness of the female condom in preventing HIV and sexually transmitted infections: a systematic review and meta-analysis”:
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BMC Series 23h
Although stewardship polices seem to be reducing antibiotic prescribing in England, there is still significant variation in prescribing across the country. Author tells us more about his research published today in
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Orestis Feb 18
Our paper on motivating vaccination against the flu is now available online! A great pleasure working with this amazing team of researchers and a great sense of fulfilment as an economist to see my work featuring in an important medical journal , !
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Brian Wahl Jun 2
Excited to be joining as an Associate Editor
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Pranav Rajpurkar May 4
Our new paper is out in showing that ML improves risk adjustment models for health plan payments and that incorporation of social determinants of health indicators can reduce underpayment in vulnerable populations. Thread below!
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Tara Ballav Adhikari Jul 23
Interested in joining Editorial Board? Check link for info
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Arto Pesola Mar 18
Does free public transit increase (decrease) activity in children? Don't know yet, but what do you think of our protocol: ? Thanks to and others
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Improving Health Mar 16
Children in rural areas of Scotland spend an average of 14 minutes less and 13 minutes more in light intensity per day than children from urban areas - that’s more than 3 days per year. Read the paper in ➡️
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Jess Potter Apr 20
Today our research paper showing an association between policies that restrict healthcare access for some migrants and a delay in treatment of TB - an infectious disease - was published in It is open access.
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Improving Health Feb 10
A new paper by , Helen Sweeting, Stephanie Chambers & Alice MacLean explores how men use support from their partners when taking part in - a men’s programme. Read ➡️
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Stephanie Nixon Dec 18
Thank you for sharing my article, “The Coin Model of Privilege and Critical Allyship: Implications for Health”. I appreciate your support !
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BMC Feb 16
Responding to vaccine misinformation on social media poses benefits and risks. A new study published in finds that vaccine-promoting organizations must deploy a range of strategies, including fostering trust and communicating simply.
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Dr Dee Knipe (EBI VC fellow) Feb 10
Study in by Tian et al finds that 49% of reported a lifetime prevalence. Is this higher than non-left behind ? 12 month prev of in is 30%. Perhaps lnot that different?
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ELFT Ability 💙 Feb 10
This study describes the lived experiences of workers with a chronic condition, who were successful in staying at work. ^SO
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Maru Castellanos Jun 11
Sharing our publication of defining adequate contact of transmission of M. tuberculosis in an African urban environment.
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Averting Maternal Death & Disability Program Jul 16
New AMDD research shows how community paralegals can help healthcare workers to make improvements healthcare workers themselves want.
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BMC Series Jul 27
Disparities in access to persist for USA-born youth. et al. from report that Maternal citizenship is associated with both maternal uninsurance and youth uninsurance. Read their article:
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