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The size of the treatment effect: do patients and proxies agree?
BACKGROUND: This study examined whether MS patients and proxy respondents agreed on change in disease impact, which was induced by treatment. This may be of interest in situations when patients suffer from limitations that ...
The feminisation of British neurology: implications for workforce planning.
As in other hospital specialties, an increasing proportion of neurology trainees are female. To predict the workforce implications it is necessary to determine what life choices future neurologists will make. A questionnaire ...
Risks and concerns about supplementary prescribing: survey of primary and secondary care pharmacists.
UNLABELLED: OBJECTIVE (OF THE STUDY): To provide data on the views of chief pharmacists (CPs) and primary care trust pharmacists (PCTPs) on the risks and concerns surrounding supplementary prescribing. SETTING: Secondary ...
The potential impact of poorly controlled Type 1 diabetes mellitus upon women of childbearing age.
Bend it like Beckham: embodying the motor skills of famous athletes.
Observing an action activates the same representations as does the actual performance of the action. Here we show for the first time that the action system can also be activated in the complete absence of action perception. ...
The effect of heel height on gait and posture: a review of the literature.
This article explores relevant full-text literature to reveal the effects of heel height on gait and posture and the kinetics and kinematics of the foot, ankle, knee, hip, and spine. Furthermore, special attention will be ...
Value conflicts in intergroup perception: a social cognitive perspective
(Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003-01-01)