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Body visual discontinuity affects feeling of ownership and skin conductance responses (2015)
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Tieri, G., Tidoni, E., Pavone, E. F., & Aglioti, S. M. (2015). Body visual discontinuity affects feeling of ownership and skin conductance responses. Scientific reports, 5(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/srep17139

When we look at our hands we are immediately aware that they belong to us and we rarely doubt about the integrity, continuity and sense of ownership of our bodies. Here we explored whether the mere manipulation of the visual appearance of a virtual l... Read More

Effects of low dose morphine on perceived sleep quality in patients with refractory breathlessness : a hypothesis generating study (2015)
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Martins, R. T., Currow, D., Abernethy, A. P., Johnson, M. J., Toson, B., & Eckert, D. J. (2016). Effects of low dose morphine on perceived sleep quality in patients with refractory breathlessness : a hypothesis generating study. Respirology : official journal of the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology, 21(2), 386-391. https://doi.org/10.1111/resp.12681

© 2015 Asian Pacific Society of Respirology. Background and objective The management of chronic refractory breathlessness is one of the indications for regular low-dose (≤30 mg/24 h) oral sustained release morphine. Morphine may disrupt sleep in some... Read More

Supervision and the dynamics of collusion : a rule of optimism? (2015)
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Revell, L., & Burton, V. (2016). Supervision and the dynamics of collusion : a rule of optimism?. The British journal of social work, 46(6), 1587-1601. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcv095

In the UK, Serious Case Reviews and Inquiries undertaken over the last five decades continue to evidence that children are both silenced and rendered invisible as a result of parental behaviour and professional inaction. There have been recent calls... Read More

Parental self-efficacy and the management of childhood atopic eczema: development and testing of a new clinical outcome measure (2015)
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Ersser, S. J., Farasat, H., Jackson, K., Gardiner, E., Sheppard, Z. A., & Cowdell, F. (2015). Parental self-efficacy and the management of childhood atopic eczema: development and testing of a new clinical outcome measure. British journal of dermatology, 173(6), 1479-1485. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjd.14175

© 2015 British Association of Dermatologists. Background Effective parental management of childhood eczema requires education and support to reduce disease severity and improve the child's quality of life. Self-efficacy is a key factor influencing ef... Read More

Is regular systemic opioid analgesia associated with shorter survival in adult patients with cancer? : a systematic literature review (2015)
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Boland, J. W., Ziegler, L., Boland, E. G., McDermid, K., & Bennett, M. I. (2015). Is regular systemic opioid analgesia associated with shorter survival in adult patients with cancer? : a systematic literature review. Pain, 156(11), 2152-2163. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000306

© 2015 International Association for the Study of Pain. Opioids are important in the management of pain in patients with cancer. Clinicians and patients are sometimes concerned about the effect of opioids on survival, which might decrease opioid pres... Read More

Companion animals and well-being in palliative care nursing: a literature review (2015)
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MacDonald, J. M., & Barrett, D. (2016). Companion animals and well-being in palliative care nursing: a literature review. Journal of clinical nursing, 25(3-4), 300-310. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13022

Aims and objectives To evaluate and critique current knowledge regarding the role of animals in palliative care. To explore the impact that animals may have on the well-being of individuals and to identify gaps in the evidence base. Background There... Read More

Application of the pMHC Array to characterise tumour antigen specific T cell populations in leukaemia patients at disease diagnosis (2015)
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Brooks, S. E., Bonney, S. A., Lee, C., Publicover, A., Khan, G., Smits, E. L., …Guinn, B. (2015). Application of the pMHC Array to characterise tumour antigen specific T cell populations in leukaemia patients at disease diagnosis. PloS one, 10(10), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0140483

Immunotherapy treatments for cancer are becoming increasingly successful, however to further improve our understanding of the T-cell recognition involved in effective responses and to encourage moves towards the development of personalised treatments... Read More

Responsive versus scheduled feeding for preterm infants (2015)
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Watson, J., & McGuire, W. (2015). Responsive versus scheduled feeding for preterm infants. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2015(10), doi:10.1002/14651858.CD005255.pub4

Background Feeding preterm infants in response to their hunger and satiation cues (responsive, cue-based, or infant-led feeding) rather than at scheduled intervals might enhance infants' and parents' experience and satisfaction, help in the establish... Read More

Identifying psychological and socio-economic factors affecting motorcycle helmet use (2015)
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Haqverdi, M. Q., Seyedabrishami, S., & Groeger, J. A. (2015). Identifying psychological and socio-economic factors affecting motorcycle helmet use. Accident analysis and prevention, 85, 102-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2015.09.007

Sixty percent of motorcyclist fatalities in traffic accidents of Iran are due to head injuries, but helmet use is low, despite it being a legal requirement. This study used face-to-face interviews to investigate the factors associated with helmet use... Read More

A review of the potential local mechanisms by which exercise improves functional outcomes in intermittent claudication (2015)
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Harwood, A., Cayton, T., Sarvanandan, R., Lane, R., & Chetter, I. (2016). A review of the potential local mechanisms by which exercise improves functional outcomes in intermittent claudication. Annals of vascular surgery, 30, 312-320. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.avsg.2015.05.043

© 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Background Intermittent claudication (IC) is a common condition which is associated with significant quality of life limitation. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidelines recommend a group-... Read More

A randomised controlled trial of three or one breathing technique training sessions for breathlessness in people with malignant lung disease (2015)
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Johnson, M. J., Kanaan, M., Richardson, G., Nabb, S., Torgerson, D., English, A., …Booth, S. (2015). A randomised controlled trial of three or one breathing technique training sessions for breathlessness in people with malignant lung disease. BMC medicine, 13, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12916-015-0453-x

Background About 90 % of patients with intra-thoracic malignancy experience breathlessness. Breathing training is helpful, but it is unknown whether repeated sessions are needed. The present study aims to test whether three sessions are better than... Read More

Exploring changes in health visitors' knowledge, confidence and decision-making for women with perinatal mental health difficulties following a brief training package (2015)
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Jones, C., Jomeen, J., Glover, L., Gardiner, E., Garg, D., & Marshall, C. (in press). Exploring changes in health visitors' knowledge, confidence and decision-making for women with perinatal mental health difficulties following a brief training package. European journal for person centered healthcare, 3(3), 384-391. https://doi.org/10.5750/ejpch.v3i3.1012

Rationale and objective: Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) is an issue that spans the spectrum of pregnancy and childbirth and is now acknowledged to be significant on a global level. Health visitors (HVs) are increasingly expected to extend their knowle... Read More

Individual cognitive stimulation therapy for dementia : a clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness pragmatic, multicentre, randomised controlled trial (2015)
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Orgeta, V., Leung, P., Yates, L., Kang, S., Hoare, Z., Henderson, C., …Orrell, M. (in press). Individual cognitive stimulation therapy for dementia : a clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness pragmatic, multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment, 19(64), 1-108. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta19640

Background Group cognitive stimulation therapy programmes can benefit cognition and quality of life for people with dementia. Evidence for home-based, carer-led cognitive stimulation interventions is limited. Objectives To evaluate the clinical effec... Read More

Coagulation and anticoagulation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (2015)
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Crooks, M. G., & Hart, S. P. (2015). Coagulation and anticoagulation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. European Respiratory Review, 24(137), 392-399. https://doi.org/10.1183/16000617.00008414

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is an incurable, progressive interstitial lung disease with a prognosis that is worse than that of many cancers. Epidemiological studies have demonstrated a link between IPF and thrombotic vascular events. Coagulat... Read More

Recovery from psychosis : physical health, antipsychotic medication and the daily dilemmas for mental health nurses (2015)
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Bressington, D., & White, J. (2015). Recovery from psychosis : physical health, antipsychotic medication and the daily dilemmas for mental health nurses. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing, 22(7), 549-557. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12249

This paper considers some of the dilemmas experienced by Mental Health Nurses everyday when faced with the seemingly conflicting relationships that exist between recovery, antipsychotics and the physical health of people experiencing psychosis. We ex... Read More

Parallels between action-object mapping and word-object mapping in young children (2015)
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Riggs, K. J., Mather, E., Hyde, G., & Simpson, A. (2016). Parallels between action-object mapping and word-object mapping in young children. Cognitive science, 40(4), 992-1006. https://doi.org/10.1111/cogs.12262

© 2016 Cognitive Science Society, Inc. Across a series of four experiments with 3- to 4-year-olds we demonstrate how cognitive mechanisms supporting noun learning extend to the mapping of actions to objects. In Experiment 1 (n = 61) the demonstration... Read More

Re-establishing the disrupted sensorimotor loop in deafferented and deefferented people: The case of spinal cord injuries (2015)
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Tidoni, E., Tieri, G., & Aglioti, S. M. (2015). Re-establishing the disrupted sensorimotor loop in deafferented and deefferented people: The case of spinal cord injuries. Neuropsychologia, 79(B), 301-309. https://doi.org/10.1016...psychologia.2015.06.029

Acting efficiently in the world depends on the activity of motor and somatosensory systems, the integration of which is necessary for the proper functioning of the sensorimotor loop (SL). Profound alterations of SL functioning follow spinal cord inju... Read More

Vaping shadows tobacco control: imperatives for Malaysia (2015)
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Ahmadi, K., & Soyiri, I. N. (2017). Vaping shadows tobacco control: imperatives for Malaysia. Journal of Smoking Cessation, 12(1), 43-44. https://doi.org/10.1017/jsc.2015.12

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) have been the subject of numerous debates in the literature. (Bullen et al., 2013; Cressey, 2014; The Lancet, 2013) So much discussion has been on it this year alone to the extent that the word vape, which means ‘... Read More