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Evaluation of No-Drop Policies for Domestic Violence Cases in San Diego, California, Omaha, Nebraska, Klamath Falls, Oregon, and Everett, Washington, 1996-2000

Smith, Barbara E. et al. (3 juin 2008)

This study sought to examine the effects of no-drop policies on court outcomes, victim satisfaction with the justice system, and feelings of safety. Moreover, researchers wanted to determine whether (1) prosecution without the victim's cooperation was feasible with appropriate increases in resources ...

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Preventing weight gain by lifestyle intervention in a general practice setting - three-year results of a randomized controlled trial

ter Bogt, Nancy C. W. et al. (28 févr. 2011)

Background: Weight regain after initial loss of weight is common, which indicates a need for lifestyle counseling aimed at preventing weight gain instead of weight loss. This study was conducted to determine whether structured lifestyle counseling by nurse practitioners (NPs) group compared with ...

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Genetic and epigenetic studies of the FSHD-associated D4Z4 repeat

Overveld, Petra Grada Maria van (27 avr. 2005)

Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) is one of the most common hereditary muscle diseases with an estimated frequency of 1 in 20000. The disease has an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern and is characterised by a progressive and often asymmetric muscle weakness with an onset of disease ...

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Supporting patients : pharmacy based interventions to improve medication adherence

Kooij, M.J. (9 sept. 2015)

For many patients it is not easy to adhere to the agreed treatment with medication. Adherence has been defined as “the extent to which a person’s behaviour - taking medication - corresponds with agreed recommendations from a health care provider”. Numerous factors influence this taking ...

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Het aanbod van onderwijsverzorging: een evaluatie-onderzoek

Koster, Andries Jacobus (1995)

In the Netherlands there are several national and regional educational support institutions focusing on primary education. The functions and tasks of these institutions are laid down in the Education Support Structure Act (1986, the WOV). In this study the school counselling services (OBD’s), a ...

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A nationwide survey concerning practices in pessary use for pelvic organ prolapse in The Netherlands: identifying needs for further research

Velzel, Joost et al. (11 juin 2015)

textabstractIntroduction and hypothesis: To identify practice variation in management of patients with a vaginal pessary for pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Methods: A nationwide survey was sent to all Dutch gynecologists with a special interest in urogynecology. Results: The response rate was 59 %. ...

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Cancer-related fatigue: clinical practice versus practice guidelines

Hilarius, D.L et al. (2011)

Purpose This study investigated adherence to treatment guidelines on cancer-related anaemia and fatigue (CRA/CRF) and factors influencing the choice of intervention. Methods In this prospective, observational study, 136 cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy in a large community hospital ...

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Desirability of early identification of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD): parent’s experiences of the period prior to diagnosis.

Eilers, R. et al. (2012)

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), X-linked recessively inherited, is the most common progressive muscular disorder in children. Early diagnosis could offer opportunities for timely initiation of treatment possibilities, genetic counselling, and prevent a long diagnostic quest. Despite the ...

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Population-Based Childhood Overweight Prevention: Outcomes of the 'Be Active, Eat Right' Study

Grieken, Amy et al. (31 mai 2013)

textabstractObjective:An overweight prevention protocol was used in the 'Be active, eat right' study; parents of overweight children (5 years) were offered healthy lifestyle counseling by youth health care professionals. Effects of the protocol on child BMI and waist circumference at age 7 years ...

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