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Impaired sleep affects quality of life in children during maintenance treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia: an exploratory study

Litsenburg, R.R. van et al. (2011)

BACKGROUND: With the increase of pediatric cancer survival rates, late effects and quality of life (QoL) have received more attention. Disturbed sleep in pediatric cancer is a common clinical observation, but research on this subject is sparse. In general, sleep problems can lead to significant ...

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Hospital-Based Victim Assistance for Physically Injured Crime Victims in Charleston, South Carolina, 1990-1991

Best, Connie L. (1 déc. 2006)

The central purpose of this study was to provide descriptive information about hospitalized crime victims. More specifically, patients' knowledge of victim services, the legal justice system, and victims' rights were explored through their use of medical and dental services. From July 1, 1990, to ...

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Source : DANS

Effects of video-feedback on the communication, clinical competence and motivational interviewing skills of practice nurses: a pre-test posttest control group study.

Noordman, J. et al. (2014)

Aims: To examine the effects of individual video-feedback on the generic communication skills, clinical competence (i.e. adherence to practice guidelines) and motivational interviewing skills of experienced practice nurses working in primary care. Background: Continuing professional education may be ...

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The development of quality indicators for community pharmacy care.

Bie, J. de et al. (2011)

Aims: To develop a national system of quality indicators for community pharmacy care, reported by community pharmacies. Methods: After preliminary validation, an online consensus study was conducted. Pharmacy practice experts (round 1) and practising pharmacists (round 2) were approached. Face- ...

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An economic evaluation alongside a randomized controlled trial evaluating an individually tailored lifestyle intervention compared with usual care in people with Familial Hypercholesterolemia

Broekhuizen, K. et al. (1 janv. 2015)

Background: Cost-effectiveness analyses provide insight in the use of lifestyle interventions. To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a lifestyle intervention compared to usual care in people with Familial Hypercholesterolemia, 340 people with FH were randomized to the intervention or control group. ...

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Informing relatives about their hereditary or familial cancer risk: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

de Geus, E. et al. (2014)

Background: Genetic counseling for hereditary breast or colon cancer has implications for both counselees and their relatives. Although counselees are encouraged by genetic counselors to disclose genetic cancer risk information, they do not always share this information with their at-risk relatives. ...

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Associations between mode of HIV testing and consent, confidentiality, and referral: a comparative analysis in four African countries

Obermeyer, C.M. et al. (2012)

Background Recommendations about scaling up HIV testing and counseling highlight the need to provide key services and to protect clients' rights, but it is unclear to what extent different modes of testing differ in this respect. This paper examines whether practices regarding consent, ...

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Cognitive and emotional processes that promote and obstruct a successful outcome after bariatric surgery for morbid obesity

Zijlstra, H. (11 nov. 2011)

The studies in this thesis were aimed at examining cognitive and emotional factors that predict or obstruct a successful weight outcome after bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) for morbid obesity. The thesis includes two studies with a cross-sectional and four studies with a prospective design. ...

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