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Improving patients’ experiences of diagnosis and treatment of vertebral fracture: co-production of knowledge sharing resources (2024)
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Background: Osteoporosis involves changes to bones that makes them prone to fracture. The most common osteoporotic fracture is vertebral, in which one or more spinal vertebrae collapse. People with vertebral fracture are at high risk of further fract... Read More about Improving patients’ experiences of diagnosis and treatment of vertebral fracture: co-production of knowledge sharing resources.

The Impact of Climate Action on the Financial Performance of Food, Grocery, and Supermarket Retailers in the UK (2024)
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We examined the impact of climate action on the financial performance of eleven food, grocery, and supermarket retailers listed on the London Stock Exchange from 2013 to 2022. Our findings reveal a positive association between the climate mitigation... Read More about The Impact of Climate Action on the Financial Performance of Food, Grocery, and Supermarket Retailers in the UK.

All-epiphyseal anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction yields superior sports performances than the trans-epiphyseal technique in skeletally immature patients: a systematic review (2024)
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Background: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears in skeletally immature patients are increasingly common. Evidence comparing the outcomes of all-epiphyseal versus trans-epiphyseal ACL reconstruction in skeletally immature patients is limited, and t... Read More about All-epiphyseal anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction yields superior sports performances than the trans-epiphyseal technique in skeletally immature patients: a systematic review.

The experiences of English National Health Service professional communicators during the Covid-19 pandemic (2024)
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This article presents the findings of empirical research on the experiences of senior National Health Service communication practitioners in England during the Covid-19 pandemic, viewed through the prism of their emotional responses. Using narrative... Read More about The experiences of English National Health Service professional communicators during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The asymmetric role of temperature deviations in economic growth: Fresh evidence from global countries and panel quantile estimates (2024)
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AbstractThis work explores the role of weather shocks, measured as temperature deviations from their normal, in affecting GDP growth through a panel of 148 countries, spanning the period 1960–2019 and a panel quantile approach. The findings show that... Read More about The asymmetric role of temperature deviations in economic growth: Fresh evidence from global countries and panel quantile estimates.

Safety And Contagion In Acute Psychiatric Wards: how the milieu is implicated in the occurrence of clustered safety incidents (2024)
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In psychiatry, clustered safety incidents are often attributed to behavioural contagion. Drawing on Kindermann and Skinner’s conceptual work in our analysis of staff accounts, we explored whether clustered safety incidents could be attributable to co... Read More about Safety And Contagion In Acute Psychiatric Wards: how the milieu is implicated in the occurrence of clustered safety incidents.

Genome assembly and transcriptomic analysis to elucidate the ability of Nasonovia ribisnigri to break host plant resistance (2024)
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Aphid genomic resources enable the study of complex life history traits and provide information on vector biology, host adaption and speciation. The currant–lettuce aphid (Nasonovia ribisnigri (Hemiptera: Aphididae) (Mosley)) is a cosmopolitan pest o... Read More about Genome assembly and transcriptomic analysis to elucidate the ability of Nasonovia ribisnigri to break host plant resistance.

The pandemic is gone but its consequences are here to stay: avascular necrosis following corticosteroids administration for severe COVID-19 (2024)
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Background: In patients with COVID-19 infection and respiratory insufficiency, corticosteroid (CCS) administration is recommended. Among the wide range of complications and interactions, time-limited high-dose CCS administration might promote avascul... Read More about The pandemic is gone but its consequences are here to stay: avascular necrosis following corticosteroids administration for severe COVID-19.

Care giving and receiving for people with complex emotional needs within a crisis resolution/home treatment setting: A qualitative evidence synthesis (2024)
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Accessible Summary: What is known on the subject?: The term ‘complex emotional needs’ (CEN) is used here to describe people with difficulties and needs that are often associated with the diagnostic label of ‘personality disorder’. People with CEN mig... Read More about Care giving and receiving for people with complex emotional needs within a crisis resolution/home treatment setting: A qualitative evidence synthesis.