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Sympathetic and visceral nerve blocks
What should be done after bee or wasp stings?
Anti-drool cheiloplasty: clinical results in six dogs
The biology of human starvation: some new insights
Vitamin B12 deficiency as a worldwide problem
Effect of daily gelatin ingestion on human scalp hair
On the nature and role of vivotoxins in plant disease
History of the discovery of vitamins by N. I. Lunin
Preliminary tests with residual sprays against poultry lice
MDU.1, a new mutant chilli variety
A study on compatibility of some insecticides with a fungicide on small cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum Maton.)
The cranial nerves of Mystus seenghala (Sykes)
The effects of prefrontal lobotomy on aggressive behavior in dogs
Human monkeypox: disease pattern, incidence and attack rates in a rural area of northern Zaire
The identity of the lipstick mold of cultivated mushrooms agaricus bisporus
Therapy for acne with saccharomyces boulardii
Advantages and disadvantages of bordeaux mixture and of lime-sulphur used on apples in the growing season
The composition of pampas-grass (Cortaderia argentea.)
Productivity of Pekin x Khaki Campbell ducks
A rapid survey of katydids (Insecta: Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) of the Foret Classee du Pic de Fon, Guinea
Cranial nerves of Labeo rohita (Ham.)
Evaluating fundamentals of care: The development of a unit-level quality measurement and improvement programme
Life-cycle of the free-living nematode Pontonema vulgare in the White Sea
Grey leaf blight - a new disease of cocoa
Effect of foliar spray of urea and zinc sulphate on yield and fruit quality of Kinnow - 'a mandarin hybrid'

List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 51014

Chapter 51014 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.




'Core' emergency medicine training in the United Kingdom: regional variations in training standards
, Emergency Medicine Journal: Emj 28(4): 338 (2011)

'Coronary wrap': IgG4 related disease of coronary artery presenting as a mass lesion
, International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging 30(5): 977-978 (2014)

'Correcting' earthquake damage data for population density
, Disasters 6(2): 154 (1982)

'Correction:' Serum transforming growth factor beta-1 (TGF-beta-1) levels in diabetic patients are not associated with pre-existent coronary artery disease
, Cardiovascular diabetology 6: 19 (2007)

'Cort short on a mountaintop' - Eight new species of sequestrate Cortinarius from sub-alpine Australia and affinities to sections within the genus
, Persoonia 24: 106-126 (2010)

'Cosmetic boob jobs' or evidence-based breast surgery: an interpretive policy analysis of the rationing of 'low value' treatments in the English National Health Service
, Bmc Health Services Research 14: 413 (2014)

'Cost per week'--quantifying an individual's recreational drug use
, Anaesthesia 69(11): 1295-1296 (2014)

'Costs can be cut by being imaginative'
, Nursing Times 105(36): 11 (2009)

'Cough officer' nurses in a general medical clinic successfully detect drug-susceptible and -resistant tuberculosis
, Public Health Action 3(1): 46-50 (2013)

'Cough-triggered' tuberculosis screening among adults with diabetes in Tanzania
, Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 31(5): 600-605 (2014)

'Coughing up a tonsil' - oesophageal leiomyoma
, Journal of Surgical Case Reports 2012(1): 3 (2012)

'Could I be imagining this?' - the dialectic struggles of people with persistent unexplained back pain
, Disability and Rehabilitation 32(21): 1722-1732 (2010)

'Could the NHS benefit from Greek philosophers?'
, Nursing Times 104(7): 10 (2008)

'Counterfeit deviance' revisited
, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities: Jarid 26(5): 471-480 (2013)

'Cradle cap' in puppies?
, Veterinary Dermatology 25(1): 58-59 (2014)

'Cradle to cradle' approach explained
, Health Estate 65(8): 50-54 (2011)

'Cradle-to-grave' assessment of existing lignocellulose pretreatment technologies
, Current Opinion in Biotechnology 20(3): 339-347 (2009)

'Crazy Monkey' poisons man and dog: Human and canine seizures due to PB-22, a novel synthetic cannabinoid
, Clinical Toxicology 52(6): 635-638 (2014)

'Creating a protective picture:' a grounded theory of RN decision making when using a charting-by-exception documentation system
, Medsurg Nursing: Official Journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses 22(2): 110-118 (2013)

'Creating a safety net': Women's experiences of antenatal depression and their identification of helpful community support and services during pregnancy
, Midwifery 25(1): 39-49 (2009)

'Creating the right therapy vibe': relational performances in holistic medicine
, Social Science and Medicine 83: 99-109 (2013)

Association of Fatigue and Stress With Gray Matter Volume
, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12: 154 (2018)

'Critical view of safety' as an alternative to routine intraoperative cholangiography during laparoscopic cholecystectomy for acute biliary pathology
, Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery: Official Journal of the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract 14(8): 1280-1284 (2010)

'Crohn'z meanz Heinz': foreign body inflammatory mass mimicking Crohn's disease
, Bmj Case Reports 2013 (2013)

'Crommelin-type' symmetrical tetramelic reduction deformity: a new case and breakpoint mapping of a reported case with de-novo t(2;12)(p25.1;q23.3)
, Clinical Dysmorphology 19(1): 5-13 (2010)

'Crook' pipettes: embryonic emigrations from agriculture to reproductive biomedicine
, Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 38(2): 358-373 (2007)

'Cross-adaptation': habituation to short repeated cold-water immersions affects the response to acute hypoxia in humans
, Journal of Physiology 588(Pt 18): 3605-3613 (2010)

'Cross-section gastroenterostomy' in patients with irresectable periampullary carcinoma
, Hpb: the Official Journal of the International Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association 3(2): 157-163 (2001)

'Crossing the ditch' in search of new nursing opportunities
, Nursing New Zealand 19(7): 26 (2013)

'Crowded suburbs' and 'killer cities': a brief review of the relationship between urban environments and mental health
, New South Wales Public Health Bulletin 18(11-12): 222-227 (2007)

'Crucial conversations' in the workplace: offering nurses a framework for discussing-and resolving- incidents of lateral violence
, American Journal of Nursing 113(4): 66-70 (2013)

'Crushing blow'. Insurers will likely see Medicare Advantage cuts
, Modern Healthcare 43(8): 8-9 (2013)

'Cryptic' exons reveal some of their secrets
, Elife 2: E00476 (2013)

'Crystal' in the heart
, Kardiologia Polska 71(10): 1093 (2013)

'Cultural barometer' will help point managers in the right direction
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(34): 12-13 (2013)

'Cultural safety should be reviewed'
, Nursing New Zealand 19(9): 14 (2013)

'Culture of safety' sets tone for improvement
, ED management: the monthly update on emergency department management 19(6): 64-65 (2007)

'Curative' treatments and palliative care: the lack of consensus
, Current Opinion in Oncology 26(4): 380-384 (2014)

'Cure' from breast cancer among two populations of women followed for 23 years after diagnosis
, Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 20(8): 1331-1336 (2009)

'Current Alzheimer Research': update on lipids, estrogen, neurotrophins and their roles in neurodegeneration
, Current Alzheimer Research 5(1): 1-3 (2008)

'Current Alzheimer research' helps accelerate the progress of the field
, Current Alzheimer Research 7(1): 1-2 (2010)

'Custard apple' scalp
, Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprology 76(3): 281-282 (2010)

'Customer is king' in determining the future for practices
, Veterinary Record 174(8): 187-188 (2014)

'Cut out for breastfeeding': changing attitudes to breastfeeding
, Community Practitioner: the Journal of the Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association 83(4): 29-31 (2010)

'Cut yourself here': rethinking our view of suicide
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 36(5): 34 (2011)

'Cuts are on the table'. Regardless of debt deal, healthcare likely to suffer
, Modern Healthcare 41(31): 8-9 (2011)

'Cycle thieves, we are watching you': impact of a simple signage intervention against bicycle theft
, Plos one 7(12): E51738 (2012)

'Cystic' lesion in the porta hepatis after liver transplantation
, Liver International: Official Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver 31(6): 859 (2011)

'D' for depression: any role for vitamin D? 'Food for Thought' II
, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 124(4): 243-249 (2011)

'DNA' may not mean 'did not participate': a qualitative study of reasons for non-adherence at home- and centre-based cardiac rehabilitation
, Family Practice 24(4): 343-357 (2007)

'Daddy ran out of tadpoles': how parents tell their children that they are donor conceived, and what their 7-year-olds understand
, Human Reproduction 25(10): 2527-2534 (2010)

'Daily rounding' checklist improves ICU compliance
, Hospital Peer Review 33(4): 56-57 (2008)

'Damning' review slams family planning services
, Health Service Journal 117(6057): 6 (2007)

'Dancing eyes, dancing feet syndrome' in small cell lung carcinoma
, Bmj Case Reports 2014 (2014)

'Dangerous' treatment for infant hydrocele
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 28: 1467 (1982)

'Dark logic': theorising the harmful consequences of public health interventions
, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 69(1): 95-98 (2015)

'De hydration' assessment and replacement fluid therapy in diabetic ketoacidosis: is there an answer?
, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: a Journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies 13(2): 240-241 (2012)

'De macula in sole observata' - a nonexistent writing by Kepler and an wrongly translated citation
, Sudhoffs Archiv 94(2): 178-182 (2010)

'Deaf people have unique care needs that nurses must understand and help address'
, Nursing Times 105(3): 31 (2009)

'Dealing with ambiguity'- the role of obstetricians in gestational diabetes mellitus
, Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 91(4): 439-446 (2012)

'Dealing with sperm': comparing lesbians' clinical and non-clinical donor conception processes
, Sociology of Health and Illness 33(1): 114-129 (2011)

'Dear Healthcare Professional' letters may not be effective REMS communication tool
, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy: Ajhp: Official Journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 71(3): 177-178 (2014)

'Death and axes': unexpected Ca²⁺ entry phenologs predict new anti-schistosomal agents
, Plos Pathogens 10(2): E1003942 (2014)

'Death and life are in the power of the tongue'?
, Cardiology 114(1): 39-41 (2009)

'Death by a thousand cuts' Hospital execs say Medicaid expansion needed
, Modern Healthcare 43(34): 8-9 (2013)

'Death with dignity'
, Geriatrics 63(12): 20-22 (2008)

'Deciphering aging': excerpts of the BMBF foresight process
, Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 44(1): 66-70 (2011)

'Decipio': examining Virchow in the context of modern 'democracy'
, Public Health 126(4): 303-307 (2012)

'Decision support system (DSS) for prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) among hypertensive (HTN) patients in Andhra Pradesh, India'--a cluster randomised community intervention trial
, Bmc Public Health 12: 393 (2012)

'Decisive action' needed on training to achieve better end of life care
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(38): 10 (2014)

'Decoy peptide' region (RIFLKRMPSI) of prorenin prosegment plays a crucial role in prorenin binding to the (pro)renin receptor
, International Journal of Molecular Medicine 24(1): 83-89 (2009)

'Decoy' and 'non-decoy' functions of DcR3 promote malignant potential in human malignant fibrous histiocytoma cells
, International Journal of Oncology 43(3): 703-712 (2013)

'Deep phenotyping': characterizing populations in the era of genomics and systems biology
, Current Opinion in Lipidology 19(2): 151-157 (2008)

'Default' generated neonatal regulatory T cells are hypomethylated at conserved non-coding sequence 2 and promote long-term cardiac allograft survival
, Immunology 143(4): 618-630 (2014)

'Deficits in mental health practice may not be picked up and dealt with speedily'
, Nursing Times 104(28): 14 (2008)

'Defying providence': a salutary new look at the history of smallpox
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 106(9): 373-374 (2013)

'Delamination and adhesive wear behavior of α-tocopherol-stabilized irradiated ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene"
, Journal of Arthroplasty 26(3): 508; Author Reply 508-9 (2011)

'Delivering dignity' UK consultation
, Nursing Ethics 19(4): 590-591 (2012)

'Dementiazine'
, Clinical Medicine 10(5): 427 (2010)

'Density does the deal'
, Nursing New Zealand 15(9): 30 (2009)

'Dentistry in a decade': recent lessons from the Adult Dental Health Survey
, Dental Update 38(10): 658-659 (2011)

'Desa SIAGA', the 'Alert Village': the evolution of an iconic brand in Indonesian public health strategies
, Health Policy and Planning 29(4): 409-420 (2014)

'Designer drugs': update on the management of novel psychoactive substance misuse in the acute care setting
, Clinical Medicine 14(4): 409-415 (2014)

'Designer oils' low in n-6:n-3 fatty acid ratio beneficially modifies cardiovascular risks in mice
, European Journal of Nutrition 48(5): 307-314 (2009)

'Destination surgery': metrics drive patients to centers with better care
, Or Manager 29(2): 1 11-2 15 (2013)

'Detox': science or sales pitch?
, Australian Family Physician 36(12): 1009-1010 (2007)

'Devastating impact'. Budget cuts could stymie user-fee deals, cost jobs
, Modern Healthcare 42(39): 8-9 (2012)

'Diabetes is nothing': the experience of older Singaporean women living and coping with type 2 diabetes
, Contemporary Nurse 45(2): 188-196 (2013)

'Diabetes' as described by Byzantine writers from the fourth to the ninth century AD: the Graeco-Roman influence
, Diabetologia 51(5): 892-896 (2008)

'Diabetes: a cure at last' or just hype?
, Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 31(12): 1479 (2014)

'Diabetic ketoacidosis may not always be the answer…'
, Bmj Case Reports 2014 (2014)

'Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome: providing an open access future for diabetes research'
, Diabetology and Metabolic Syndrome 1(1): 1 (2009)

'Diabulimia' a growing problem among diabetic girls
, Nephrology News and Issues 21(11): 36 38 (2007)

'Diagnostic mode' improves adherence to the home blood pressure measurement schedule
, Blood Pressure Monitoring 17(5): 214-219 (2012)

'Diagnostic overshadowing': worse physical health care for people with mental illness
, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 118(3): 169-171 (2008)

'Diamond standard' for managing supply chain
, Or Manager 23(7): 20 23 (2007)

'Dicty dynamics': Dictyostelium motility as persistent random motion
, Physical Biology 8(4): 046006 (2011)

'Did not attends' in children 0-10: a scoping review
, Child: Care Health and Development 40(6): 797-805 (2014)

'Did not waits': a regional Australian emergency department experience
, Emergency Medicine Australasia: Ema 26(2): 145-152 (2014)

'Did they think I would understand all that on my own?' A questionnaire study about sexuality with Swedish cancer patients
, European Journal of Cancer Care 22(3): 361-369 (2013)

'Different strokes for different folks': geographically isolated strains of Lymnaea stagnalis only respond to sympatric predators and have different memory forming capabilities
, Journal of Experimental Biology 212(Pt 14): 2237-2247 (2009)

'Difficult asthma': can symptoms be controlled in a structured environment?
, Pediatric Pulmonology 44(8): 743-748 (2009)

'Difficulties come to humans and not trees and they need to be faced': a study on resilience among Indian women experiencing intimate partner violence
, International Journal of Social Psychiatry 60(7): 703-710 (2014)

'Diffuse skin browning' in 1-MCP-treated apples: etiology and systems of control
, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 90(14): 2379-2385 (2010)

'Dignity should rage across every ward'
, Nursing Times 104(26): 18-19 (2008)

'Dilatation' and 'dilation': trends in use on both sides of the Atlantic
, British Journal of Ophthalmology 98(6): 845-846 (2014)

'Dilute-and-shoot' RSLC-MS-MS method for fast detection of nerve and vesicant chemical warfare agent metabolites in urine
, Journal of Analytical Toxicology 39(1): 69-74 (2015)

'Ding dong the witch is dead!' the demise of the research quality framework
, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 17(2): 83-84 (2008)

'Diphasic' levodopa-induced chorea in multiple system atrophy
, International Journal of Clinical Practice 64(1): 126-128 (2010)

'Dippers' flu' and its relationship to PON1 polymorphisms
, Occupational and Environmental Medicine 68(3): 211-217 (2011)

'Dipping our toes in the research pool': novice researchers in a collaborative project
, Nurse Researcher 15(3): 59-71 (2008)

'Direct PCR' optimization yields a rapid, cost-effective, nondestructive and efficient method for obtaining DNA barcodes without DNA extraction
, Molecular Ecology Resources 14(6): 1271-1280 (2014)

'Directing minds' have much to consider
, Health Estate 64(8): 17-20 (2010)

'Directional apraxia': a unitary account of mirror writing following brain injury or as found in normal young children
, Journal of Neuropsychology 1(1): 3-26 (2007)

'Dirty Picture!-Pleasant outcome' - A two step approach to anterior staphyloma and bullous keratopathy
, Medical Journal Armed Forces India 69(4): 400-403 (2013)

'Discharge by appointment' taking 'hardwiring'
, Hospital case management: the monthly update on hospital-based care planning and critical paths 15(6): 89-90 (2007)

'Disclosure optional'. Financial conflict rule not strong enough, many say
, Modern Healthcare 41(35): 14 (2011)

'Discontent is the first necessity of progress', Thomas A. Edison
, Bju International 114(5): 635 (2014)

'Discovery learning': an account of rapid curriculum change in response to accreditation
, Medical Teacher 35(7): e1319-e1326 (2013)

'Discrimination in the NHS is rooted in exclusion going back hundreds of years'
, Nursing Times 103(16): 12 (2007)

'Disease is unrhythmical': jazz, health, and disability in 1920s America
, Health and History 13(2): 13-42 (2011)

'Disease mongering' and the evidence
, Internal Medicine Journal 39(5): 344-345 (2009)

'Disease, disaster and despair'? The presentation of health in low- and middle-income countries on Australian television
, Plos one 5(11): E14106 (2010)

'Disheartening' developments for disruptive behavior
, Physician Executive 35(6): 12-13 (2009)

'Dishonest and disingenuous'
, Health Service Journal 117(6045): 7 (2007)

'Dispersible electrodes': a solution to slow response times of sensitive sensors
, Chemical Communications 46(46): 8821-8823 ( 2010)

'Dissectalgia' following TEP, a new entity: its recognition and treatment. Results of a prospective randomized controlled trial
, Hernia: the Journal of Hernias and Abdominal Wall Surgery 13(6): 591-596 (2009)

'Distorteidolias' - fantastic perceptive distortion. A new, pure dorsomedial thalamic syndrome
, European Neurology 70(1-2): 6-9 (2013)

'Distracting' Injuries Immobilization study presents wake-up call
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 35(4): 14-16 (2010)

'Distributed health literacy': longitudinal qualitative analysis of the roles of health literacy mediators and social networks of people living with a long-term health condition
, Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care and Health Policy 18(5): 1180-1193 (2015)

'Diverse epistemologies', truth and archaeology: in defence of realism
, Science and Engineering Ethics 17(2): 321-334 (2011)

'Diversion' of methadone or buprenorphine: 'harm' versus 'helping'
, Harm Reduction Journal 10: 24 (2013)

'Divided we fail': understanding inter-relations and the role of the generalist
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 62(604): 596-598 (2012)

'Divinity expresses the self ...' An investigation
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 53(3): 305-327 (2008)

'Do I complete the monthly reporting form or toss it away?'
, Paediatrics and Child Health 6(2): 83 (2001)

'Do I like this person?' A network analysis of midline cortex during a social preference task
, Neuroimage 51(2): 930-939 (2010)

'Do I, don't I ask for help?': the perpetual dilemma of parents whose children are ill at home
, Journal of Child Health Care: for Professionals Working with Children in the Hospital and Community 16(4): 317-319 (2012)

'Do It Yourself' in the parent-professional partnership for the assessment and diagnosis of children with autism spectrum conditions in Hong Kong: a qualitative study
, Autism: the International Journal of Research and Practice 18(7): 832-844 (2014)

'Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation' discussions at the point of discharge: a case note review of hospice practice following local integrated policy implementation
, Bmj Supportive and Palliative Care 1(2): 123-126 (2011)

'Do Not Attempt Resuscitation' (DNAR) decisions in patients with femoral fractures: modification, clinical management and outcome
, Age and Ageing 42(2): 246-249 (2013)

'Do UC the melanoma?' Recognising the importance of different lesions displaying unevenness or having a history of change for early melanoma detection
, Australasian Journal of Dermatology 55(2): 119-124 (2014)

'Do as we say, not as we do:' a cross-sectional survey of injuries in injury prevention professionals
, Injury Prevention: Journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention 20(3): 172-176 (2014)

'Do as you would be done by': the ethics of using outdated equipment in medical charity
, British Journal of Anaesthesia 113(2): 301 (2014)

'Do it for the kids': barriers and facilitators to smoke-free homes and vehicles
, Pediatric Nursing 37(1): 23-7 29 (2011)

'Do it yourself' sexual health care: the user experience
, Sexual Health 8(1): 23-29 (2011)

'Do no harm': management of craniopharyngioma
, European Journal of Endocrinology 159(Suppl): S95-S99 (2008)

'Do no harm': time to turn a phrase on its head
, Health Progress 90(1): 58-59 (2009)

'Do no harm'? Professional regulation of disabled nursing students and nurses in Great Britain
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 62(6): 642-652 (2008)

'Do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation' or 'allowing natural death'? The time for resuscitation community to review its boundaries and its terminology
, Resuscitation 85(11): 1644-1645 (2014)

'Do not attempt resuscitation' and 'cardiopulmonary resuscitation' in an inpatient setting: factors influencing physicians' decisions in Switzerland
, Gerontology 57(5): 414-421 (2011)

'Do not attempt resuscitation'--do standardised order forms make a clinical difference above hand-written note entries?
, Resuscitation 80(1): 113-119 (2009)

'Do not resuscitate order' in neonatology: authority rules
, Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology: An Official Journal of the Polish Physiological Society 58 Suppl 5(Pt 2): 485-492 (2007)

'Do not touch' lesions of the skull base
, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology 58(4): 458-463 (2014)

'Do the right thing'
, Biotechnology Healthcare 3(3): 3 (2006)

'Do we ask? Do we listen?'
, International Journal of Nursing Practice 19(Suppl): 61-62 (2013)

'Do you feel that your life is empty?' The clinical utility of a one-off question for detecting depression in elderly care home residents
, Age and ageing 37(4): 475-478 (2008)

'Do you think you suffer from depression?' Reevaluating the use of a single item question for the screening of depression in older primary care patients
, International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 25(5): 497-502 (2010)

'Do your best for me': The difficulties of finding a clinically effective endpoint in smoking cessation consultations in primary care
, Health 14(1): 57-74 (2010)

'Dober' women
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 134(8): 345-346 (2009)

'Doc, is palliative care an option for me?'
, Onkologie 34(6): 337-338 (2011)

'Doctor Google' ending the diagnostic odyssey in lysosomal storage disorders: parents using internet search engines as an efficient diagnostic strategy in rare diseases
, Archives of Disease in Childhood 95(8): 642-644 (2010)

'Doctor, how can I lose weight?'
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 29: 2164-2168 (1983)

'Doctor, how much physical activity should I be doing?': how knowledgeable are general practitioners about the UK Chief Medical Officer's (2004) recommendations for active living to achieve health benefits?
, Public Health 122(6): 588-590 (2008)

'Doctor, my heart keeps skipping a beat'
, American Journal of Medicine 126(5): 367 (2013)

'Doctor, my son walks funny': a guide for the perplexed
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 36: 1575-1580 (1990)

'Doctor, there is a lump in my heart' - A rare case of a ventricular myxoma
, Journal of Surgical Case Reports 2011(8): 1 (2011)

'Doctor, treat your patient, not your monitor!' Tremor-induced ECG artefacts mimicking torsades de pointes
, Bmj Case Reports 2014 (2014)

'Doctor, what would you do in my position?' Health professionals and the decision-making process in pregnancy monitoring
, Journal of Medical Ethics 40(5): 310-314 (2014)

'Doctor--when can I drive?'--Advice obstetricians and gynaecologists give on driving after obstetric or gynaecological surgery
, Ulster Medical Journal 76(3): 141-143 (2007)

'Doctor/Auntie' Sister Carmel--a tribute to a legendary paediatric nurse
, Australian Nursing Journal 17(1): 26 (2009)

'Doctor:' for physicians only?
, Medsurg Nursing: Official Journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses 17(1): 5-6 (2008)

'Doctors in difficulty': how can we help them to achieve their potential?
, Education for Primary Care: An Official Publication of the Association of Course Organisers National Association of Gp Tutors World Organisation of Family Doctors 22(6): 420-422 (2011)

'Doctors in dilemma'
, Journal of Medical Ethics 37(1): 61 (2011)

'Does Broca's area exist?' Christofredo Jakob's 1906 response to Pierre Marie's holistic stance
, Brain and Language 105(3): 211-219 (2008)

'Does reason drive out tenderness and love?'--debates about women and education in 1898
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 152(40): 2186-2190 (2008)

'Does religion cause health?': differing interpretations and diverse meanings
, Journal of Health Psychology 7(4): 365-380 (2002)

'Does surgical management of the hand in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy affect muscle coordination and quality of reaching?'
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 51(7): 568-570 (2009)

'Does the National Antibiotic Guideline- 2008 remain applicable for treating diabetic foot infection?' A new evidence-based regional study on culture and sensitivity patterns in Terengganu population
, Malaysian Orthopaedic Journal 8(1): 42-44 (2014)

'Dog days' surgical site infections in a Finnish trauma hospital during 2002-2005
, Journal of Hospital Infection 71(3): 290-291 (2009)

'Dog-sitting' position in ruminants: a request for information
, Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science 27(11): 260 (1963)

'Doing dialysis at home': client attitudes towards renal therapy
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 16(3a): 51-58 (2007)

'Doing nothing' not an option, lawyer warns
, Health Estate 65(2): 59-62 (2011)

'Doing the hard yards': carer and provider focus group perspectives of accessing Aboriginal childhood disability services
, Bmc Health Services Research 13: 326 (2013)

'Doing the right thing'
, Cds Review 107(4): 50 (2014)

'Doing the twist': insight gained from spiral enteroscopy
, Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology 26(9): 587-588 (2012)

'Doing things differently'--working towards distributed responsibility within memory assessment services
, International journal of geriatric psychiatry 27(3): 280-285 (2012)

'Doing' chronic illness? Complementary medicine use among people living with HIV/AIDS in Australia
, Sociology of Health and Illness 31(3): 375-389 (2009)

'Doing' public health and 'making' public health practitioners: putting policy into practice in 'Starting Well'
, Social Science and Medicine 67(6): 1028-1037 (2008)

'Don't Leave Me Hanging': Homeless Mothers' Perceptions of Service Providers
, Journal of Social Service Research 37(5): 457-468 (2011)

'Don't be so over-protective!'
, Embo Molecular Medicine 4(5): 362-363 (2012)

'Don't blame nurses for poor patient satisfaction, blame staff shortages'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(6): 10 (2014)

'Don't blame the middle man': an exploratory qualitative study to explore the experiences of translators breaking bad news
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 107(7): 271-276 (2014)

'Don't call us, we'll call you'
, American Journal of Nursing 110(6): 7 (2010)

'Don't cross a man's feet': Hmong parent-daughter communication about sexual health
, Sex Education 12(1): 109-123 (2012)

'Don't delay, start today': delaying levodopa does not delay motor complications
, Brain: a Journal of Neurology 137(Pt 10): 2628-2630 (2014)

'Don't fence me in'. Portrayal in novels and TV dramas of illnesses that impose a limitation of movement
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 155(29): A3536 (2011)

'Don't forget about me'. What are you doing to provide access to your care?
, Cds Review 103(4): 8-10 (2010)

'Don't get caught out': pragmatic and discourse features of informational and promotional texts in international healthcare insurance
, Communication and Medicine 4(1): 27-35 (2007)

'Don't rock the boat': Nursing students' experiences of conformity and compliance
, Nurse Education Today 29(3): 342-349 (2009)

'Don't save her'- Sigmund Freud meets Project Pat: the rescue motif in hip-hop
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 89(4): 727-742 (2008)

'Don't slow down': an ICD-10 summit wrap-up
, Journal of Ahima 83(6): 52-6 58 (2012)

'Don't you have to care about people?' The challenges of caring
, Medical Education 47(5): 434-435 (2013)

'Don't you talk to your prosthetist?' Communicational problems in the prescription of artificial limbs
, Disability and Rehabilitation 35(6): 513-521 (2013)

'Dorsal stream dysfunction' and 'dorsal stream dysfunction plus': a potential classification for perceptual visual impairment in the context of cerebral visual impairment?
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 51(3): 170-172 (2009)

'Double bright spot' in T1 weighted non-contrast MRI of pituitary in multiple pituitary hormone deficiency
, Indian Journal of Pediatrics 82(5): 485-486 (2015)

'Double cortex' sign on FDG-PET/CT in diffuse band heterotopia
, Indian Journal of Nuclear Medicine: Ijnm: the Official Journal of the Society of Nuclear Medicine India 28(4): 249-250 (2013)

'Double guidewire in one catheter' method for a difficult endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography cannulation (with video)
, Digestive Endoscopy: Official Journal of the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society 25(5): 550-551 (2013)

'Double jeopardy' measure suggests blacks and hispanics face more severe disparities than previously indicated
, Health Affairs 32(10): 1766-1772 (2013)

'Double mainstreaming': including people affected by leprosy in poverty reduction programmes
, Leprosy Review 83(2): 124-126 (2012)

'Double midbrain' sign in extensive optic pathway glioma in neurofibromatosis-1
, Indian Journal of Pediatrics 81(6): 631-632 (2014)

'Double patch and glue' technique for early repair of posterior post-infarction ventricular septal defect
, Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery 5(3): 195-196 (2006)

'Double redox-activity' in azobenzene-quinonoid palladium(II) complexes: a combined structural, electrochemical and spectroscopic study
, Dalton Transactions 40(2): 431-436 (2011)

'Double skull' appearance due to calcifications of chronic subdural hematoma and cephalhematoma: a report of two cases
, Turkish Neurosurgery 23(6): 815-817 (2013)

'Double trouble': diagnostic challenges in Duchenne muscular dystrophy in patients with an additional hereditary skeletal dysplasia
, Neuromuscular Disorders: Nmd 23(12): 955-961 (2013)

'Double trouble': diagnostic challenges in genetic skin disorders
, British Journal of Dermatology 172(1): 276-278 (2015)

'Double trouble': incidental diagnosis of colonic duplication on spinal MRI
, Pediatric Radiology 38(10): 1143 (2008)

'Double water exclusion': a hypothesis refining the O-ring theory for the hot spots at protein interfaces
, Bioinformatics 25(6): 743-750 (2009)

'Double-Hit' cytogenetic status may not be predicted by baseline clinicopathological characteristics and is highly associated with overall survival in B cell lymphoma patients
, British Journal of Haematology 166(3): 369-374 (2014)

'Double-veneers'--a novel approach to treating macrodontia
, Dental Update 35(7): 479-80 483-4 (2008)

'Doubling down' on the autophagy pathway to suppress tumor growth
, Genes and Development 28(11): 1137-1139 (2014)

'Doughnut hole' leaves 3.4M without coverage
, Managed Care 17(9): 47 (2008)

'Down the rabbit hole': enhancing the transition process for youth with cystic fibrosis and congenital heart disease by re-imagining the future and time
, Child: Care Health and Development 37(6): 841-851 (2011)

'Dr. Tim' Flanigan lending a hand and hope in Liberia
, Rhode Island Medical Journal 97(10): 72-74 (2014)

'Dragons' den' initiative offers nurses chance to share clinical innovations
, Nursing Management 18(8): 7 (2011)

'Dressed for success' C-type lectin receptors for the delivery of glyco-vaccines to dendritic cells
, Current Opinion in Immunology 23(1): 131-137 (2011)

'Drinking is our modern way of bonding': young people's beliefs about interventions to encourage moderate drinking
, Psychology and Health 28(12): 1460-1480 (2013)

'Dropped nucleus' on cataract extraction
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 154: A1797 (2010)

'Drops for allergy' in children: often applied, but not effective
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 152(5): 241-242 (2008)

'Drug reactions, enzymes, and biochemical genetics': 50 years later
, Pharmacogenomics 8(11): 1479-1484 (2007)

'Druggable' alterations detected by Ion Torrent in metastatic colorectal cancer patients
, Oncology Letters 7(6): 1761-1766 (2014)

'Drugs from bugs': bacterial effector proteins as promising biological (immune-) therapeutics
, Fems Microbiology Letters 351(2): 126-132 (2014)

'Drunk tanks' discussed
, Emergency nurse: the journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 22(4): 6 (2014)

'Drunken teenagers need to respect one another'
, Nursing Times 104(48): 15 (2008)

'Dual' occipital and supraorbital nerve stimulation for primary headache
, Cephalalgia: An International Journal of Headache 30(3): 257-259 (2010)

'Ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast' -- is it time to replace this term by 'ductal intraepithelial neoplasia of the breast'?
, Onkologie 32(4): 218 (2009)

'Dumbo' ear
, Clinical and Experimental Dermatology 39(5): 667-668 (2014)

'Dummy down' effect
, Hospitals and Health Networks 81(2): 6 8 (2007)

'Dying from' to 'living with': framing institutions and the coping processes of African American women living with HIV/AIDS
, Social Science and Medicine 74(12): 2028-2036 (2012)

'Dying twice': a multi-level model of the roots of AIDS stigma in two South African communities
, Journal of Health Psychology 12(3): 403-416 (2007)

'Dysfunctional' regulator accepts criticisms and plans for change
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 26(33): 12-13 (2012)

'Dystextia': onset of difficultly writing mobile phone texts determines the time of acute ischaemic stroke allowing thrombolysis
, Practical Neurology 14(4): 256-257 (2014)

'E' is for eye doctor who overcame tough odds
, Physician Executive 36(3): 16-20 (2010)

'E-learning' modalities in the current era of Medical Education in Pakistan
, Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences 30(5): 1156-1158 (2014)

'EASIdig'--a digital tool to document disease activity in atopic dermatitis
, Dermatology 223(1): 68-73 (2011)

'ED of the future' girded for disasters
, ED management: the monthly update on emergency department management 20(3): 33-35 (2008)

'EHR within an EHR' accelerates workflows. As it transitioned to an electronic environment, St. Vincent Healthcare's outpatient gastroenterology center had to identify solutions that addressed its unique workflow needs
, Health Management Technology 33(9): 24-25 (2012)

'Early in the go'. Avoiding duplication for fixing prices?
, Modern Healthcare 37(28): 7 (2007)

'Early terminal sedation' is a distinct entity
, Bioethics 25(1): 46-54 (2011)

'Easier said than done': empowering dialogues with patients at the pain clinic - the health professionals' perspective
, Journal of Nursing Management 17(7): 804-812 (2009)

'East-west' advancement flap for nasal reconstruction
, Clinical and Experimental Dermatology 33(4): 498-499 (2008)

'Easy to treat' genotypes were not created equal: can rapid virological response (RVR) level the playing field?
, Journal of Hepatology 55(2): 466-473 (2011)

'Eat coffee candy and die': sex, death and Huli funerals
, Sexual Health 9(5): 497-498 (2012)

'Eating, eating is always there': food, consumerism and cardiovascular disease. Some evidence from Kerala, south India
, Anthropology and Medicine 17(3): 261-275 (2010)

'Ecological embeddedness' and Its Public Health Implications: Findings From an Exploratory Study
, Ecohealth 12(2): 244-252 (2015)

'Economies of scale' yield multiple benefits for a private, physician-run oncology practice
, Oncology 27(7): 616 618 C3 (2013)

'Ecosystomics': ecology by sequencer
, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27(6): 309-310 (2012)

'Ecstasy use, by itself, does not result in residual neurotoxicity'- a powerful argument?
, Addiction 106(7): 1369-70; Author Reply 1370-2 (2011)

'Ecstasy' as a social drug: MDMA preferentially affects responses to emotional stimuli with social content
, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9(8): 1076-1081 (2014)

'Edge to edge' percutaneous mitral valve repair in mitral regurgitation: it can be done but should it be done?
, European Heart Journal 31(11): 1301-1304 (2010)

'Education Day for surgical services' hones skills, builds team spirit
, Or Manager 30(8): 14-16 (2014)

'Education? It is irrelevant to my job now. It makes me very depressed ...': exploring the health impacts of under/unemployment among highly skilled recent immigrants in Canada
, Ethnicity and Health 14(2): 185-204 (2009)

'Educator talk' and patient change: some insights from the DESMOND (Diabetes Education and Self Management for Ongoing and Newly Diagnosed) randomized controlled trial
, Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 25(9): 1117-1120 (2008)

'Effective infection control will require long-term investment in all care settings'
, Nursing Times 104(7): 12 (2008)

'Effective nurse managers ensure that staff have the opportunity to share skills'
, Nursing Times 105(1): 33 (2009)

'Effectiveness of Continuing Professional Development' project: a summary of findings
, Medical Teacher 32(7): 586-592 (2010)

'Effects of motion style acupuncture treatment in acute low back pain patients with severe disability' by Shin et al
, Pain 155(1): 201-202 (2014)

'Egg-shell' encrustation over a Foley balloon: an unusual cause of urinary retention after urethroplasty
, Bju International 92(Suppl): E63 (2003)

'Ego-dystonicity' in homosexuality: An Indian perspective
, International Journal of Social Psychiatry 61(4): 311-318 (2015)

'Eiffel-by-Night': A New MR Sign Demonstrating Reactivation in Idiopathic Hypertrophic Pachymeningitis
, Neuroradiology Journal 20(2): 194-195 (2007)

'Elderly' patients with newly diagnosed glioblastoma deserve optimal care
, Journal of Neuro-Oncology 113(2): 343-344 (2013)

'Elective' ventilation: an unethical and harmful misnomer?
, New Bioethics: a Multidisciplinary Journal of Biotechnology and the Body 19(2): 130-140 (2013)

'Electrical exclusion' of a critical myocardial mass by extended pulmonary vein antrum isolation for persistent atrial fibrillation treatment
, Interventional Medicine and Applied Science 6(1): 31-39 (2014)

'Elephant' graft to assist implant-retained nasal prosthesis
, International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 37(6): 576-577 (2008)

'Elvira resting at a table' by Amedeo Modigliani
, Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery 13(2): 136-137 (2011)

'Emerging vector-borne diseases' in the horse
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 134(10): 439-447 (2009)

'Emerging' mycobacteria in South Africa
, Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 80(4): 210-214 (2009)

Association of Fatigue Intensification with Cognitive Impairment during Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer
, Oncology 94(6): 363-372 (2018)

'Emotional rights', moral reasoning, and Jewish-Arab alliances in the regulation of in-vitro-fertilization in israel: theorizing the unexpected consequences of assisted reproductive technologies
, Social Science and Medicine 83: 90-98 (2013)

'Emotions in learning' is more than merely 'learning of emotions'
, Medical Education 47(1): 14-15 (2013)

'Empowering employment' for practice nurses
, Education for Primary Care: An Official Publication of the Association of Course Organisers National Association of Gp Tutors World Organisation of Family Doctors 24(1): 7-10 (2013)

'Empty sella syndrome': a case of a patient with sodium succinate hydrocortisone allergy
, European Journal of Endocrinology 164(1): 139-140 (2011)

'Enabling' a better health service
, Health Estate 62(7): 50-51 (2008)

'Encounters with experience': empirical bioethics and the future
, Health Care Analysis: Hca: Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy 16(1): 1-6 (2008)

'End of life care is a litmus test for the whole of the NHS'
, Health Service Journal 124(6384): 21-23 (2014)

'End point' in the management of diabetic ketoacidosis
, Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 104(12): 1108 (2011)

'Endless integration possibilities' offered
, Health Estate 66(1): 42-44 (2012)

'Endoflip® evaluation of pharyngo-oesophageal segment tone and swallowing in a clinical population: a total laryngectomy case series'
, Clinical Otolaryngology: Official Journal of Ent-Uk ; Official Journal of Netherlands Society for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Cervico-Facial Surgery 40(2): 121-129 (2015)

'Energy expenditure genes' or 'energy absorption genes': a new target for the treatment of obesity and Type II diabetes
, Future Medicinal Chemistry 2(12): 1777-1783 (2010)

'Enough is enough'. Legislators want ban on radiation self-referral
, Modern Healthcare 43(31): 4 (2013)

'Enraged' by 30-day window. Groups call AHA out of touch with patients over medical-data delay
, Modern healthcare 42(19): 12-13 (2012)

'Enter at your own risk': a multimethod study of air quality and biological measures in Canadian waterpipe cafes
, Tobacco Control 24(2): 175-181 (2015)

'Entopy': local allergy paradigm
, Clinical and Experimental Allergy: Journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology 40(7): 987-997 (2010)

'Environment' in cancer causation and etiological fraction: limitations and ambiguities
, Carcinogenesis 29(5): 1083 (2008)

'Environmental' sources of Mycobacterium leprae: issues and evidence
, Leprosy Review 81(2): 89-95 (2010)

'Environmentally friendly' brand promotion activities: cigarette butt clean-up campaigns
, Tobacco Control 19(3): 259 (2010)

'Epidermotropism' vs. 'exocytosis' of lymphocytes 101: definition of terms
, Journal of Cutaneous Pathology 37(5): 525-529 (2010)

'Equine research--our only business': the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation
, Equine Veterinary Journal 46(4): 515-516 (2014)

'Eruptive' amelanotic compound nevi in children with facial freckles and pale skin colour: more than an occasion?
, Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology: Jeadv 27(12): 1583-1585 (2013)

'Escentric' molecules
, Chemistry and Biodiversity 5(6): 1154-1158 (2008)

'Especially in animals you should take good care of business'
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 138(5): 294-296 (2013)

'Essay on a classification of different genera of insanity'. 1853
, History of Psychiatry 19(75 Pt 3): 358-373 (2008)

'Essential tremor' or 'the essential tremors': is this one disease or a family of diseases?
, Neuroepidemiology 42(2): 81-89 (2014)

'Ethical' tariffs to be scrapped by May--HPCSA
, South African Medical Journal 99(3): 144 146-7 (2009)

'Ethics is central to Catholic health care'
, Health Progress 90(2): 72-74 (2009)

'Ethics is for bad guys!' Putting the 'moral' into moral enhancement
, Bioethics 27(3): 169-173 (2013)

'Ethnic cleansing bleaches the atrocities of genocide'--correction
, European Journal of Public Health 19(5): 561 (2009)

'Ethnic cleansing' and 'genocide'
, European Journal of Public Health 17(6): 546-547 (2007)

'Ethnic cleansing' bleaches the atrocities of genocide
, European Journal of Public Health 18(2): 204-209 (2008)

'Ethnic nationalism' and structured unemployment: refugees in the Orange Free State
, Disasters 5(2): 132-141 (1981)

'Ethnic skin' and why the study of human cutaneous diversity is important
, British Journal of Dermatology 169(Suppl): V (2013)

'Ethnicity as a predictor of detention under the Mental Health Act': a response to Singh et al
, Psychological Medicine 44(4): 893-894 (2014)

'Ethnicity testing' before adoption: a help or hindrance?
, Archives of Disease in Childhood 95(6): 404-405 (2010)

'Europe divided will become more and more united'
, European Journal of Health Law 20(1): 1-3 (2013)

'European approach' to arc flash risk
, Health Estate 65(10): 37-39 (2011)

'Evaluation of Residencies' in Turkey. The first report of the ESRU questionnaire in the Europe 'home version'
, Urologia Internationalis 83(2): 206-210 (2009)

'Even if we get one back here, it's worth it...': evaluation of an Australian Remote Area Health Placement Program
, Rural and Remote Health 10(3): 1546 (2010)

'Even if you're positive, you still have rights because you are a person': human rights and the reproductive choice of HIV-positive persons
, Developing World Bioethics 8(1): 11-22 (2008)

'Even making a little bit of difference feels worthwhile'
, Nursing New Zealand 15(8): 22 (2009)

'Even now it makes me angry': health care students' professionalism dilemma narratives
, Medical Education 48(5): 502-517 (2014)

'Eventually you just get used to it': an interpretative phenomenological analysis of 10-16 year-old girls' experiences of the transition into temporary accommodation after exposure to domestic violence perpetrated by men against their mothers
, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 20(2): 304-323 (2015)

'Every breath you take I'll be watching you': measuring exercise kinetics during 6-min walking test in COPD
, Respiration; International Review of Thoracic Diseases 88(6): 449-450 (2014)

'Every man his own doctor': physicians and the printing boom
, Clio Medica 91: 105-132 (2013)

'Every mother is a mini-doctor': ethnomedicinal uses of fish, shellfish and some other aquatic animals in Bangladesh
, Journal of Ethnopharmacology 134(2): 259-267 (2011)

'Every patient deserves an RN'--kids, too
, American Journal of Nursing 107(12): 22 (2007)

'Every picture tells a story': Interviews and diaries with children with cerebral palsy about adapted cycling
, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 49(12): 1040-1044 (2013)

'Every space is claimed': smokers' experiences of tobacco denormalisation
, Sociology of Health and Illness 32(6): 914-929 (2010)

'Every teacher is a researcher!': Creating indigenous epistemologies and practices for HIV prevention through values-based action research
, Sahara J: Journal of Social Aspects of Hiv/Aids Research Alliance 9(Suppl): S19-S27 (2012)

'Every time I leave I feel like I did something okay'
, Cds Review 107(1): 32 (2014)

'Everybody expects the perfect baby...and perfect labour...and so you have to protect yourself ': discourses of defence in midwifery practice in Aotearoa/New Zealand
, Nursing Inquiry 17(1): 82-92 (2010)

'Everybody is moving on': infertility, relationality and the aesthetics of family among British-Pakistani Muslims
, Social Science and Medicine 74(7): 1045-1052 (2012)

'Everybody just thinks I'm weird': a qualitative exploration of the psychosocial experiences of adolescents with Tourette syndrome
, Child: Care Health and Development 39(6): 880-886 (2013)

'Everybody's business': transition and the role of adult physicians
, Clinical Medicine 12(6): 561-566 (2012)

'Everyday memory' impairments in autism spectrum disorders
, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 41(4): 455-464 (2011)

'Everyone knows' vs. finding the data
, Pediatric Nursing 40(3): 136 (2014)

'Everything contradicts in your mind': a qualitative study of experiences of forensic mental health staff in two contrasting services
, Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health: Cbmh 21(4): 245-258 (2011)

'Everything is everywhere: but the environment selects': ubiquitous distribution and ecological determinism in microbial biogeography
, Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 39(3): 314-325 (2008)

'Everything is okay': the influence of neoliberal discourse on the reported experiences of Aboriginal people in Western Australia who are HIV-positive
, Culture Health and Sexuality 9(6): 571-584 (2007)

'Evidence' for practice guidelines for central venous access?
, Anesthesiology 117(4): 916 (2012)

'Evidence-based implementation' of paediatric asthma guidelines in a rural emergency department
, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 43(9): 611-616 (2007)

'Evidence-based medicine: the time has come to set standards for staging'. Is a radical overhaul really needed?
, Journal of Pathology 221(4): 361-362 (2010)

'Evolution-proofing' antibacterials
, Evolution Medicine and Public Health 2014(1): 134-135 (2014)

'Evorego': studying regeneration to understand evolution, the case of the serotonergic system
, Brain Behavior and Evolution 79(1): 1-3 (2012)

'Excuse me, do any of you ladies speak English?' Perspectives of refugee women living in South Australia: barriers to accessing primary health care and achieving the Quality Use of Medicines
, Australian Journal of Primary Health 20(1): 92-97 (2014)

'Excuse me, sir. Please don't smoke here'. A qualitative study of social enforcement of smoke-free policies in Indonesia
, Health Policy and Planning 30(8): 995-1002 (2015)

'Executive' functions and normal aging: selective impairment in conditional exclusion compared to abstraction and inhibition
, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders 31(1): 53-62 (2011)

'Exercise Walnut' simulates exotic animal disease outbreak
, Veterinary Record 172(24): 622 (2013)

'Exercise snacks' before meals: a novel strategy to improve glycaemic control in individuals with insulin resistance
, Diabetologia 57(7): 1437-1445 (2014)

'Exhaustive' look at PD-1/PDL-1 blockade in vivo
, ImmunoTherapy 1(4): 525-527 (2009)

'Existential suffering' and voluntary medically assisted dying
, Journal of Medical Ethics 40(2): 108-109 (2014)

'Exit block' affects half a million a year
, Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 22(6): 7 (2014)

'Exotic bird" or "grande dame" of psychoanalysis? The atypical professional career of Anna Kattrin Kemper
, Luzifer-Amor: Zeitschrift Zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse 20(39): 80-118 (2007)

'Expanding your mind': the process of constructing gender-equitable masculinities in young Nicaraguan men participating in reproductive health or gender training programs
, Global health action 5 (2012)

'Expansion in-situ ' concept as a new technique for expanding skin and soft tissue
, Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine 6(5): 1295-1299 (2013)

'Expected satiety' changes hunger and fullness in the inter-meal interval
, Appetite 56(2): 310-315 (2011)

Association of fat mass and obesity-associated and retinitis pigmentosa guanosine triphosphatase (GTPase) regulator-interacting protein-1 like polymorphisms with body mass index in Chinese women
, Endocrine Journal 65(7): 783-791 (2018)

'Experience talks': physician prioritisation of contrasting interventions to optimise management of acute cough in general practice
, Implementation Science: Is 4: 57 (2009)

'Experts by experience' will help to transform adult social care
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(12): 36-37 (2013)

'Explanting' the well-fixed, cemented acetabular implant
, Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 95(2): 158 (2013)

'Express discharge' alerts team to pending discharge
, Hospital case management: the monthly update on hospital-based care planning and critical paths 15(7): 104-106 (2007)

'Extra information a bit further down the line': rheumatoid arthritis patients' perceptions of developing educational material about the cardiovascular disease risk
, Musculoskeletal Care 7(4): 272-287 (2009)

'Extraordinary people. Exceptional care': Blanchard Valley Hospital ES team goes the extra mile
, Health Facilities Management 26(9): 28-29 (2013)

'Extreme duplication' in the US FDA Adverse Events Reporting System database
, Drug Safety 30(6): 551-554 (2007)

'Extreme mass spectrometry': the role of mass spectrometry in the study of the Antarctic environment
, Journal of Mass Spectrometry: Jms 49(11): 1071-1085 (2014)

'Extreme' vasculobiliary injuries: association with fundus-down cholecystectomy in severely inflamed gallbladders
, HPB: the official journal of the International Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association 14(1): 1-8 (2012)

'Extremotaxis': computing with a bacterial-inspired algorithm
, Bio Systems 94(1-2): 47-54 (2008)

'Eye is a window to the pulse': bilateral ocular ischaemic syndrome as a presenting manifestation of Takayasu arteritis
, Bmj Case Reports 2013 (2013)

'Eye-of-the-tiger' sign and classic pantothenate kinase associated neurodegeneration
, Indian Journal of Pediatrics 78(1): 121-122 (2011)

'Eyes on the prize'. Purchaser-led groups need to stay focused on healthcare quality, value
, Modern Healthcare 42(46): 30-31 (2012)

'F' is for failure. One patient's experiences provide a compelling lesson in cardiac care for EMS providers
, Ems Magazine 39(2): 35-43 (2010)

'FAN the SUN brighter': fortifying Africa nutritionally (FAN) - the role of public private partnership in scaling up nutrition (SUN) in West Africa
, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 72(4): 381-385 (2013)

Association of fat mass profile with natriuretic peptide receptor alpha in subcutaneous adipose tissue of medication-free healthy men: A cross-sectional study
, F1000research 7: 327 (2018)

'FIT FOR PURPOSE'. The COACH program improves lifestyle and biomedical cardiac risk factors
, Heart 98(21): 1608 (2012)

'FOLIE A DEUX': (A Case Report from Kenya)
, Indian Journal of Psychiatry 23(1): 94-95 (1981)

'FREEDOM' trial: have the interventional cardiologists lost their freedom?
, Indian Heart Journal 65(1): 114-116 (2013)

'Fab-chips': a versatile, fabric-based platform for low-cost, rapid and multiplexed diagnostics
, Lab on a Chip 11(15): 2493-2499 (2011)

'Face of giant panda': a rare imaging sign in Wilson's disease
, Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 107(7): 579 (2014)

'Face of the giant panda' sign in Wilson disease
, Pediatric Radiology 38(12): 1355 (2008)

'Face value': new medical imaging software in commercial view
, Social Studies of Science 41(2): 155-176 (2011)

'Face-lift'
, Veterinary Quarterly 14(1): 1 (1992)

'Faced' with responsibility: Levinasian ethics and the challenges of responsibility in Norwegian public health nursing
, Nursing Philosophy: An International Journal for Healthcare Professionals 8(3): 158-166 (2007)

'Faceness' and affectivity: evidence for genetic contributions to distinct components of electrocortical response to human faces
, Neuroimage 83: 609-615 (2013)

'Facing the future': the government's real agenda for health visitors
, Community Practitioner: the Journal of the Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association 81(11): 29-32 (2008)

'Fagiolo a Formella', an Italian lima bean ecotype: biochemical and nutritional characterisation of dry and processed seeds
, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 92(11): 2387-2393 (2012)

'Failure to extend the Abortion Act puts the lives of women in Northern Ireland at risk'
, Nursing Times 104(47): 14 (2008)

'Fair benefits' accounts of exploitation require a normative principle of fairness: response to Gbadegesin and Wendler, and Emanuel et al
, Bioethics 22(4): 239-244 (2008)

'Fairy Chimney'-shaped tandem metamaterials as double resonance SERS substrates
, Small 9(4): 531-537 (2013)

'Falling through gaps': primary care patients' accounts of breakdowns in experienced continuity of care
, Family Practice 32(1): 82-87 (2015)

'False' teeth
, Anaesthesia 62(9): 973-974 (2007)

'False-positive' and 'false-negative' test results in clinical urine drug testing
, Bioanalysis 1(5): 937-952 (2009)

'False-positive' intrathoracic impedance monitor alarm caused by amiodarone-induced hypothyroidism in a patient with cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillator
, Europace: European Pacing Arrhythmias and Cardiac Electrophysiology: Journal of the Working Groups on Cardiac Pacing Arrhythmias and Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology of the European Society of Cardiology 14(5): 768-769 (2012)

'False-positive' myocardial perfusion imaging: correlation with cardiovascular risk factors and effect on event-free survival
, Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine 9(7): 707-713 (2008)

'Family health' multiprofessional teams: a reflection on the physiotherapist's role
, Ciencia and Saude Coletiva 14(Suppl): 1403-1410 (2009)

'Family in the waiting room': a Swedish study of nurses' conceptions of family participation in acute psychiatric inpatient settings
, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 20(3): 185-194 (2011)

'Family-centred care' in American hospitals in late-Qing China
, Clio Medica 86: 55-79 (2009)

'Fantastic hands' - But no evidence: The construction of expertise by users of CAM
, Social Science and Medicine 71(6): 1068-1075 (2010)

'Fascination', 'contagion' and naming what we do: rethinking the transcendent function
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 55(5): 636-649 (2010)

'Fast-implantable' aortic valve implantation and concomitant mitral procedures
, Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery 19(4): 682-684 (2014)

'Fast-track' colonic surgery in Austria and Germany--results from the survey on patterns in current perioperative practice
, Colorectal Disease: the Official Journal of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 11(2): 162-167 (2009)

'Fasting and prayer don't concern the doctors ... they don't even know what it is': communication, decision-making and perceived social relations of Pakistani Muslim patients with long-term illnesses
, Ethnicity and Health 15(4): 327-342 (2010)

'Fat mass and obesity associated' gene (FTO): no significant association of variant rs9939609 with weight loss in a lifestyle intervention and lipid metabolism markers in German obese children and adolescents
, Bmc Medical Genetics 9: 85 (2008)

'Fatal 2,4-dinitrophenol poisoning... coming to a hospital near you'
, Emergency Medicine Journal: Emj 27(8): 639-640 (2010)

'Faultless' ignorance: strengths and limitations of epistemic definitions of confabulation
, Consciousness and Cognition 18(4): 952-965 (2009)

'Favourable' IL28B polymorphisms are associated with a marked increase in baseline viral load in hepatitis C virus subtype 3a infection and do not predict a sustained virological response after 24 weeks of therapy
, Journal of General Virology 94(Pt 6): 1259-1265 (2013)

'Fax mentis incendium gloriae'
, ANZ Journal of Surgery 84(1-2): 1 (2014)

'Fear of litigation is compromising care'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(28): 11 (2014)

'Fear of making mistakes can become disabling'
, Nursing Times 103(21): 56 (2007)

'Febrile anxiety', by Robert James (1745): with an introduction by
, History of Psychiatry 25(1): 112-124 (2014)

'Feeling for' and 'feeling with': developmental and neuroscientific perspectives on intersubjectivity and empathy
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 58(4): 491-509 (2013)

'Feeling hot, hot, hot': is there a role for exercise in the management of vasomotor and other menopausal symptoms?
, Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care 33(3): 143-145 (2007)

'Feeling sad and useless': an investigation into personal acceptance of disability and its association with depression following stroke
, Clinical Rehabilitation 24(6): 555-564 (2010)

'Feeling' risk and seeing solutions: predicting vaccination intention against hepatitis B infection among men who have sex with men
, Journal of Health Psychology 13(6): 728-732 (2008)

'Feelings of guilt due to self-inflicted disease': a grounded theory of suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
, Journal of Health Psychology 15(3): 456-466 (2010)

'Felson Signs' revisited
, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology 58(1): 64-74 (2014 )

'Female condoms give women greater control': a qualitative assessment of the experiences of commercial sex workers in Swaziland
, European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care: the Official Journal of the European Society of Contraception 17(5): 383-392 (2012)

'Feminizing' our response to AIDS
, Iapac Monthly 12(10): 340-342 (2006)

'Feral' and 'wild'-type methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the United Kingdom
, Epidemiology and Infection 138(5): 655-665 (2010)

'Fertility Awareness-Based Methods' and subfertility: a systematic review
, Facts Views and Vision in Obgyn 6(3): 113-123 (2014)

'Fessing up. Answers people deserve
, EMS world 39(12): 20 (2010)

'Fibre body': the concept of fibre in eighteenth-century medicine, c.1700-40
, Medical History 56(4): 562-584 (2012)

'Fight TB with BCG': mass vaccination campaigns in the British Caribbean, 1951-6
, Medical History 58(4): 475-497 (2014)

'Fight for sinus rhythm, or surrender?'…
, European Heart Journal 35(22): 1427-1429 (2014)

'Filthy vessels': milk safety and attempts to restrict the spread of bovine tuberculosis in Queensland
, Health and History 12(1): 6-26 (2010)

'Fin-de-Siècle' epidemiology of hysteria
, Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience 35: 20-27 (2014)

'Finding a balance' in involving patients in goal setting early after stroke: a physiotherapy perspective
, PhysioTherapy Research International: the Journal for Researchers and Clinicians in Physical Therapy 19(3): 147-157 (2014)

'Finding home': a grounded theory on how older people 'find home' in long-term care settings
, International Journal of Older people Nursing 7(3): 188-199 (2012)

'Fine-tuned' correction of tibial slope with a temporary external fixator in opening wedge high-tibial osteotomy
, Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology Arthroscopy: Official Journal of the Esska 16(3): 305-310 (2008)

'Fire of Life' analysis of heart rate variability during alpine skiing in Austria
, American Journal of the Medical Sciences 2(6): 258-262 (2010)

'First do no harm': where do we stand on unrelated hematopoietic cell donor safety?
, Expert Review of Hematology 5(3): 249-252 (2012)

'First we go to the small doctor': first contact for curative health care sought by rural communities in Andhra Pradesh & Orissa, India
, Indian Journal of Medical Research 134(5): 627-638 (2011)

'First' aid
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 33(5): 22 (2008)

'First, do no harm': factors that influence pharmacists making decisions about over-the-counter medication: a qualitative study in Northern Ireland
, Drug Safety 33(3): 245-255 (2010)

'First-in-man': characterising the mechanosensitivity of human colonic afferents
, Gut 60(2): 281-282 (2011)

'First-responder' system: what is that?
, Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift Suppl 1: 79-80 (2006)

'Fiscal-cliff' train wreck? Days before Christmas, negotiations stalled
, Modern Healthcare 42(52): 4 (2012)

'Fish matters': the relevance of fish skin biology to investigative dermatology
, Experimental Dermatology 19(4): 313-324 (2010)

'Fish-tank' granuloma: a diagnostic dilemma
, Internal Medicine Journal 39(5): 338-339 (2009)

'Fishy' Make-up on the Hook for Mercury Exposure: A Case Series
, West Indian Medical Journal 62(8): 770-772 (2013)

'Fit to travel'
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 133(14-15): 639-640 (2008)

'Fit-for-purpose' validation of Search Light multiplex ELISAs of angiogenesis for clinical trial use
, Journal of Immunological Methods 342(1-2): 106-114 (2009)

'Fitting' evidence preferable when evaluating effectiveness of interventions
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 157(15): A5479 (2013)

'Five-session CAT' consultancy: using CAT to guide care planning with people diagnosed with personality disorder within community mental health teams
, Clinical Psychology and PsychoTherapy 20(4): 359-367 (2013)

'Fixed charge' chemical derivatization and data dependant multistage tandem mass spectrometry for mapping protein surface residue accessibility
, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 21(8): 1339-1351 (2010)

'Fixed direction'-responses of birds in the geomagnetic field
, Communicative and Integrative Biology 2(2): 100-103 (2009)

'Flaccid neoglottis' following supracricoid partial laryngectomy: laryngoscopic revision assisted by navigation system
, Journal of Laryngology and Otology 125(12): 1315-1319 (2011)

'Flash study' on chorionicity determination from ultrasound images at 11-14 weeks' gestation in twin pregnancies
, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology: the Official Journal of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 41(4): 471-472 (2013)

'Flatus tube enema' as an alternative to flexible sigmoidoscopy in reducing colonic volvulus and pseudo-obstruction: letter
, International Journal of Colorectal Disease 24(6): 725-726 (2009)

'Flesh-eating' necrotizing infections: must we amputate?
, Expert Review of Anti-Infective Therapy 10(1): 1-3 (2012)

'Floating' left atrial appendage in an infant with chylopericardium
, Bmj Case Reports 2013 (2013)

'Flow out technique' for safe and complete removal of ophthalmic viscosurgical devices after phacoemulsification cataract surgery
, Eye and Contact Lens 36(6): 356-357 (2010)

'Fluid-wise route-foolish': intravenous vs enteral fluid administration
, British Journal of Hospital Medicine 75(4): 236 (2014)

'Flying barnacles': implications for the spread of non-indigenous species
, Biofouling 26(5): 577-582 (2010)

'Flying below the radar': a qualitative study of minority experience and management of discrimination in academic medicine
, Medical Education 41(6): 601-609 (2007)

'Flying coffins' and neglected neuropsychiatric syndromes in oman
, Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal 7(2): 75-81 (2007)

'Focus on feet'--the effects of systemic lupus erythematosus: a narrative review of the literature
, Lupus 22(10): 1017-1023 (2013)

'Focus on the values of nursing to boost care--not checklists"
, Nursing Times 108(3): 13 (2012)

'Fogging' resulting in normal MRI 3 weeks after ischaemic stroke
, Bmj Case Reports 2011 (2011)

'Foie cardiaque': a new name for an old syndrome?
, Liver International: Official Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver 28(6): 755-756 (2008)

'Foiling' pulse oximetry interference
, Anaesthesia 68(11): 1188 (2013)

'Folk theories' about the causes of insomnia
, Cognitive Therapy and Research 37(5) (2013)

'Follicular Swiss cheese' pattern--another histopathologic clue to alopecia areata
, Journal of Cutaneous Pathology 38(2): 185-189 (2011)

'Following the word of God': Empirical insights into managerial perceptions on spirituality, culture and health
, International Review of Psychiatry 26(3): 302-314 (2014)

'Food and drink should be put on a par with medicine in hospitals'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(6): 11 (2013)

'Food hates' over the life course: an analysis of food narratives from the UK Mass Observation Archive
, Appetite 71: 137-143 (2013)

'Foot' and 'surgeon': a tale of two definitions
, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 3: 30 (2010)

'Football for Health'--a football-based health-promotion programme for children in South Africa: a parallel cohort study
, British Journal of Sports Medicine 44(8): 546-554 (2010)

'Football is good for your sleep': favorable sleep patterns and psychological functioning of adolescent male intense football players compared to controls
, Journal of Health Psychology 14(8): 1144-1155 (2009)

'For debate': NICE but needy: English guidance on managing alcohol dependence is not backed up by government alcohol policy
, Alcohol and Alcoholism 46(6): 647-650 (2011)

'For me… it's a miracle': Injecting beauty among kathoeis in a provincial Thai city
, International Journal on Drug Policy 25(4): 798-803 (2014)

'For the benefit of the people': the Dutch translation of the Fasciculus medicinae, Antwerp 1512
, Quaerendo 39: 168-205 (2009)

'For the cases we've had… I don't think anybody has had enormous confidence'--exploring 'uncertainty' in adolescent bariatric teams: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
, Clinical Obesity 4(1): 45-52 (2014)

'For the convenience and comfort of the persons employed by them': the Lowell Corporation Hospital, 1840-1930
, Medical history 57(1): 45-64 (2013)

'For the public good': early birth control clinics in Canada
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 28: 1868-1869 (1982)

'For the sake of patient safety, nurses need to be back closer to the patient'
, Nursing Times 103(27): 12 (2007)

'For the times they are a-changin'
, Dental Update 36(7): 389 (2009)

'Forbidden points' in pregnancy: do they exist?
, Acupuncture in Medicine: Journal of the British Medical Acupuncture Society 29(2): 135-136 (2011)

'Forbidden points' in pregnancy: no plausible mechanism for risk
, Acupuncture in Medicine: Journal of the British Medical Acupuncture Society 29(2): 140-142 (2011)

'Forced normalisation' in the neurosurgical era
, Bmj Case Reports 2012 (2012)

'Forced treatment interruptions' and risk of HIV resistance in countries adopting law enforcement against marginalized populations
, Aids 21(8): 1062-1063 (2007)

'Fore brain: a hint of the ancestral cortex
, Cell 142(5): 679-681 (2010)

'Forensic' labelling: an empirical assessment of its effects on self-stigma for people with severe mental illness
, Psychiatry Research 188(1): 115-122 (2011)

'Form variation' of the O12 antigen is critical for persistence of Salmonella Typhimurium in the murine intestine
, Molecular Microbiology 70(5): 1105-1119 (2008)

'Formidable contagion': epidemics, work and recruitment in Colonial Amazonia (1660-1750)
, Historia Ciencias Saude--Manguinhos 18(4): 987-1004 (2011)

'Formulaic' gender-abuse guidelines seldom followed
, South African Medical Journal 102(6 Pt 2): 343-345 (2012)

'Formulating better medicines for children' - setting the pace for the future
, International Journal of Pharmaceutics 457(1): 308-309 (2013)

'Formulating better medicines for children' - still paving the road
, International Journal of Pharmaceutics 435(2): 99-100 (2012)

'Formulating better medicines for children' - the leap forward
, International Journal of Pharmaceutics 469(2): 225-227 (2014)

'Four-leaflet clover repair' of severe tricuspid valve regurgitation due to complex lesions
, Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine 9(8): 847-849 (2008)

'Fowl' play
, British Journal of Haematology 152(3): 248 (2011)

'Fragmented' cancer care. System is 'chaotic, costly,' IOM report says
, Modern Healthcare 43(37): 8-9 (2013)

'Frailty' in gerontopsychiatry: useful and multicoloured innovation source
, Tijdschrift Voor Psychiatrie 54(1): 71-73 (2012)

'Frame dominance' and the serial organization of babbling, and first words in Korean-Learning infants
, Phonetica 64(4): 217-236 (2007)

'Frankie the Frog': the total transformation of a river basin as 'totalitarian' technology (Spain, 1946-1961)
, Endeavour 36(1): 23-31 (2012)

'Fraud' & 'concealment' are exceptions to the statute of limitations. Notley v. Friscia, EO53916 CAAPP4-2 (11/9/2012)-CA
, Nursing law's Regan report 53(6): 1 (2012)

'Free' nipple reconstruction
, Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery: Jpras 62(11): E523-E524 (2009)

'Free' prostate cancer screens can be costly
, Consumer Reports 76(5): 12 (2011)

'Freedom' act is too effective for its own good
, Community Practitioner: the Journal of the Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association 80(5): 3 (2007)

'Freeze the pay on specialists'
, Managed Care 19(12): 11 (2010)

'Fresh fruit juice'--a metaphor for giving extra care to a patient by family members/caretakers
, National Medical Journal of India 24(6): 375 (2011)

'Friending' your patients. Smart use of social media
, Advance for Nurse Practitioners 18(4): 48 (2010)

'Friends and family' test: Do you wish they were here?
, Health Service Journal 123(6359): 16-17 (2013)

'From Kava to Lager'--alcohol consumption and drinking patterns for older adults of Pacific ethnic groups, and Europeans in the Diabetes Heart and Health Study (DHAHS) 2002-2003, Auckland New Zealand
, Pacific health dialog 15(1): 47-54 (2009)

'From blood to blood': de-differentiation of hematopoietic progenitors to stem cells
, Embo Journal 33(14): 1511-1513 (2014)

'From hell and back'
, Hospitals and Health Networks 85(6): 20 (2011)

'From stun to gradual balance'--women's experiences of living with gestational diabetes mellitus
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 24(3): 454-462 (2010)

'From the start consider the finish': a recipe for promoting excellent end-of-life care
, Caring: National Association for Home Care Magazine 30(2): 36-40 (2011)

'Front and back' flaps for multiple dorsal and palmar digital skin loss
, Journal of Hand Surgery European Volume 35(9): 721-724 (2010)

'Front' Young to chair new regulator
, Health Service Journal 2008: 7 (2008)

'Frozen finger' in anal fissures
, Tropical Doctor 39(4): 225-226 (2009)

'Fruit of the accords': healthcare reform and civil participation in Highland Guatemala
, Social Science and Medicine 68(8): 1456-1463 (2009)

'Fueguinos', Robert Lehmann-Nitsche, and the study of the Ona at the Buenos Aires National Exhibit (1898)
, Historia Ciencias Saude--Manguinhos 18(3): 789-810 (2011)

'Fukusensor:' a genetically engineered plant for reporting DNA damage in response to gamma radiation
, Plant Biotechnology Journal 12(9): 1329-1332 (2014)

'Full disclosure' approach to errors may be costly
, Healthcare Benchmarks and Quality Improvement 14(4): 45-46 (2007)

'Fumes from the spleen' on preparing a scientific poster
, Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology 24(6): 514 (2010)

'Functional and oncological outcomes after limb-salvage surgery for primary sarcomas of the upper limb' by Wright et al, J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg, 61, 382-387
, Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery: Jpras 62(1): 118-119 (2009)

'Functional connectivity' is a sensitive predictor of epilepsy diagnosis after the first seizure
, Plos one 5(5): E10839 (2010)

'Functional cure' of HIV infection: the role of immunotherapy
, ImmunoTherapy 4(3): 245-248 (2012)

'Functional' body composition: differentiating between benign and non-benign obesity
, F1000 Biology Reports 1: 75 (2009)

'Functional' paraganglioma of ureter: an unusual case
, Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology 54(2): 405-406 (2011)

'Fungal soup': Report of two cases of tumour-like blocked pulmonary cavities with liquid content infected with aspergilli, a rare form of pulmonary aspergillosis
, Respirology 13(2): 306-308 (2008)

'Fungal spondylodiscitis in a non-immunocompromised patient'
, Bmj Case Reports 2012 (2012)

'Funny' current: if heart rate slowing is not the best answer, what might be?
, Cardiovascular Research 84(1): 9-10 (2009)

'Fused-Gold' vs. 'Bare' stainless steel NIRflex stents of the same geometric design in diseased native coronary arteries. Long-term results from the NIR TOP Study
, Eurointervention: Journal of Europcr in Collaboration with the Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the European Society of Cardiology 3(2): 256-261 (2007)

'Futile care': what to do when your patient insists on chemotherapy that likely won't help
, Oncology 22(8): 881-8; Discussion 893 896 898 (2008)

'Future farming; made in Holland? The Dutch veterinarian in 2025'
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 135(22): 870-871 (2010)

'Futureless persons': shifting life expectancies and the vicissitudes of progressive illness
, Sociology of Health and Illness 31(4): 554-568 (2009)

'Fuzziness' in pharmacophore-based virtual screening and de novo design
, Drug Discovery Today. Technologies 7(4): E203-E270 (2010)

'GAP' in radiotherapy services in Australia and New Zealand in 2009
, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology 54(3): 287-297 (2010)

'Gain'-ful insight into the cardiomyocyte Ca²⁺ seX factor
, Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology 52(1): 7-9 (2012)

'Gamification': influencing health behaviours with games
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 106(3): 76-78 (2013)

'Gamma' band oscillatory response to chromatic stimuli in volunteers and patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease
, Vision Research 49(7): 726-734 (2009)

'Garland sign' in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
, Neurology India 57(3): 354-355 (2009)

'Gastro' of Mirpur Khas (Sindh) is resolved
, Journal of Ayub Medical College Abbottabad: Jamc 20(1): 10-12 (2008)

'Gatekeeper' unit defeats legionella
, Health Estate 61(3): 58-59 (2007)

'Gay bowel syndrome': relic or real (and returning) phenomenon?
, Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 27(1): 84-89 (2014)

'Gay boy talk' meets 'girl talk': HIV risk assessment assumptions in young gay men's sexual health communication with best friends
, Health Education Research 26(3): 489-505 (2011)

'Gay times': identity, locality, memory, and the Brixton squats in 1970's London
, 20 Century British History 24(1): 84-109 (2013)

'Generalist genes' and mathematics in 7-year-old twins
, Intelligence 33(5): 473-489 (2005)

'Generic to genetic' transition in cardiovascular and neuropsychiatric drugs: opportunity for personalized medicine
, Pharmacogenomics 13(10): 1097-1100 (2012)

'Generic' biotech products: are the floodgates open? At whose expense?
, Biotechnology Healthcare 3(4): 22-23 (2006)

'Generics': this fight is far from over
, Biotechnology Healthcare 1(2): 4 (2004)

'Genetic profiling' and ovarian cancer therapy (review)
, Molecular Medicine Reports 4(5): 771-777 (2011 )

'Genipin' - the natural water soluble cross-linking agent and its importance in the modified drug delivery systems: an overview
, Current Drug Delivery 11(1): 139-145 (2014)

'Genome order index' should not be used for defining compositional constraints in nucleotide sequences
, Computational Biology and Chemistry 32(2): 147 (2008)

'Genome order index' should not be used for defining compositional constraints in nucleotide sequences--a case study of the Z-curve
, Biology Direct 5: 10 (2010)

'Genomic counseling'? Genetic counseling in the genomic era
, Genome Medicine 3(1): 7 (2011)

'Gestalt,' composition and function of the Trypanosoma brucei editosome
, Annual Review of Microbiology 66: 65-82 (2012)

'Get Healthy, Stay Healthy': protocol for evaluation of a lifestyle intervention delivered by text-message following the Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service®
, Bmc Public Health 14: 112 (2014)

'Get Your Life Back': process and impact evaluation of an asthma social marketing campaign targeting older adults
, Bmc Public Health 13: 759 (2013)

'Get it right the first time' should be the mantra
, Hospital case management: the monthly update on hospital-based care planning and critical paths 19(7): 107-108 (2011)

'Get rich or die trying' - what drives poor children and what we can do about it
, Paediatrics and Child Health 12(7): 547-549 (2007)

'Get with the Program!': pharmaceutical marketing, symptom checklists and self-diagnosis
, Social Science and Medicine 73(6): 825-832 (2011)

'Getting back to normal': the added value of an art-based programme in promoting 'recovery' for common but chronic mental health problems
, Chronic Illness 8(1): 64-75 (2012)

'Getting back to real living': A qualitative study of the process of community reintegration after stroke
, Clinical Rehabilitation 24(11): 1045-1056 (2010)

'Getting into the spirit': alcohol-related interpretation bias in heavy-drinking students
, Psychology of Addictive Behaviors: Journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors 26(3): 627-632 (2012)

'Getting rid of tobacco...that's the key': strong feelings of Pacific policymakers in New Zealand about tobacco, and smoking around children
, Pacific Health Dialog 17(1): 99-106 (2011)

'Getting the balance between encouragement and taking over': reflections on using a new stroke self-management programme
, PhysioTherapy Research International: the Journal for Researchers and Clinicians in Physical Therapy 18(2): 91-99 (2013)

'Getting the biosecurity architecture right' in the Asia-Pacific region
, Medicine Conflict and Survival 28(1): 45-58 (2012)

'Getting things done': an everyday-life perspective towards bridging the gap between intentions and practices in health-related behavior
, Health Promotion International 29(2): 278-286 (2014)

'Getting through' not 'going under': a qualitative study of gender and spousal support after diagnosis with colorectal cancer
, Social Science and Medicine 68(6): 1169-1175 (2009)

'Getting to Know Me': the development and evaluation of a training programme for enhancing skills in the care of people with dementia in general hospital settings
, Aging and Mental Health 18(4): 481-488 (2014)

'Getting to Know Your Baby': delivering a universal antenatal home visit
, Community Practitioner: the Journal of the Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association 85(12): 34-36 (2012)

'Getting to Zero': are there grounds for optimism in the global fight against HIV?
, Indian Journal of Medical Research 136(6): 895-898 (2012)

'Getting to zero' in Asia and the Pacific through more strategic use of antiretrovirals for HIV prevention
, Sexual Health 11(2): 107-118 (2014)

'Getting to zero': a steep path ahead
, Indian Journal of Medical Research 134(6): 742-745 (2011)

'Getting used to' hearing aids from the perspective of adult hearing-aid users
, International Journal of Audiology 53(12): 861-870 (2014)

'Getting your life back on track after stroke': a Phase II multi-centered, single-blind, randomized, controlled trial of the Stroke Self-Management Program vs. the Stanford Chronic Condition Self-Management Program or standard care in stroke survivors
, International Journal of Stroke: Official Journal of the International Stroke Society 4(2): 137-144 (2009)

'Ghost' experiments and the dissection of social learning in humans and animals
, Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 85(4): 685-701 (2010)

'Ghostbusting' at blood
, Blood 113(3): 502-503 (2009)

'Ghosts and witches'--cholecystectomy and colonic injury
, Tropical Gastroenterology: Official Journal of the Digestive Diseases Foundation 31(3): 240-241 (2010)

'Giant fleshy leaflet myxoma'
, European Journal of Echocardiography: the Journal of the Working Group on Echocardiography of the European Society of Cardiology 9(1): 171-172 (2008)

'Giant' CdSe/CdS core/shell nanocrystal quantum dots as efficient electroluminescent materials: strong influence of shell thickness on light-emitting diode performance
, Nano Letters 12(1): 331-336 (2012)

'Giant' a-waves in guillain-barré syndrome
, Journal of Clinical Neuromuscular Disease 2(2): 113-115 (2000)

'Giant' multishell CdSe nanocrystal quantum dots with suppressed blinking: Novel fluorescent probes for real-time detection of single-molecule events
, Proceedings of Spie--the International Society for Optical Engineering 7189: 718904 (2009)

'Gift without a price tag': altruism in anonymous semen donation
, Human Reproduction 24(1): 3-13 (2009)

'Gimme five': future challenges in multiple sclerosis. ECTRIMS Lecture 2009
, Multiple Sclerosis 16(1): 3-14 (2010)

'Girls need to strengthen each other as a group': experiences from a gender-sensitive stress management intervention by youth-friendly Swedish health services--a qualitative study
, Bmc Public Health 13: 907 (2013)

'Give Me a Reason to Live!' Examining Reasons for Living Across Levels of Suicidality
, Journal of Religion and Health 54(6): 2005-2019 (2015)

'Give us the full story': overcoming the challenges to achieving informed choice about fetal anomaly screening in Australian Aboriginal communities
, Social Science and Medicine 98: 351-360 (2013)

'Giving an automatic apology to everyone who complains does not improve services'
, Nursing Times 105(5): 33 (2009)

'Giving and taking': endothelial and beta-cells in the islets of Langerhans
, Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism: Tem 21(8): 457-463 (2010)

'Giving back a smile' has many rewards
, Hawaii Dental Journal 38(2): 6 (2007)

'Giving patients open access to medical records would help nurses improve care'
, Nursing Times 103(25): 14 (2007)

'Global trigger tool' shows that adverse events in hospitals may be ten times greater than previously measured
, Health Affairs 30(4): 581-589 (2011)

'Global warming' to Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis
, Future Microbiology 9(7): 829-832 (2014)

'Globish-lization': a worldwide non-native English problem or a chance to evolve?
, Trends in Microbiology 22(1): 1 (2014)

'Glocal' robustness analysis and model discrimination for circadian oscillators
, Plos Computational Biology 5(10): E1000534 (2009)

'Glomus intraradices DAOM197198', a model fungus in arbuscular mycorrhiza research, is not Glomus intraradices
, New phytologist 183(4): 1176-1187 (2009)

'Glutaric aciduria type I--an easily diagnosable and treatable metabolic disorder'
, Indian Journal of Pediatrics 76(5): 562-563 (2009)

'Glycaemic variability': a new therapeutic challenge in diabetes and the critical care setting
, Diabetic Medicine: a Journal of the British Diabetic Association 27(8): 862-867 (2010)

'Glyco'-protein in cerebrospinal fluid as a diagnostic marker for dementia
, Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 69(Suppl): 69-73 (2011)

'Go or grow': the key to the emergence of invasion in tumour progression?
, Mathematical Medicine and Biology: a Journal of the Ima 29(1): 49-65 (2012)

'Go! Sterilise the fertile with thy rage' envy as embittered desire
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 53(4): 459-480 (2008)

'Goals' are not an integral component of imitation
, Cognition 114(3): 423-435 (2010)

'Goats that stare at men': dwarf goats alter their behaviour in response to human head orientation, but do not spontaneously use head direction as a cue in a food-related context
, Animal Cognition 18(1): 65-73 (2015)

'God heals, and the doctor takes the fee': combatting the negative reputation
, Clio Medica 91: 19-42 (2013)

'God's ethicist': Albert Moll and his medical ethics in theory and practice
, Medical History 56(2): 217-236 (2012)

'Going between worlds': Travelling with children with complex needs
, Journal of Child Health Care: for Professionals Working with Children in the Hospital and Community 19(3): 293-303 (2015)

'Going green' against skin cancer
, Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research 23(6): 725-726 (2010 )

'Going green' in food services: Can health care adopt environmentally friendly practices?
, Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research: a Publication of Dietitians of Canada 72(1): 43-47 (2011)

'Going green' in the lab
, Mlo: Medical Laboratory Observer 41(5): 48 (2009)

'Going out on a limb': SDF-1α/CXCR4 signaling as a mechanism of remote ischemic preconditioning?
, Basic Research in Cardiology 108(5): 382 (2013)

'Going private': a qualitative comparison of medical specialists' job satisfaction in the public and private sectors of South Africa
, Human Resources for Health 11: 1 (2013)

'Going rural': driving change through a rural medical education innovation
, Rural and Remote Health 14: 2493 (2014)

'Going-to-have-cancerness': a study of living with increased risk of BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations for six South Island women
, Journal of Primary Health Care 2(4): 311-317 (2010)

'Golden age' versus 'bad old days': a discursive examination of advice giving in antenatal classes
, Journal of Health Psychology 15(8): 1214-1224 (2010)

'Good bacteria' may aid in slowing HIV spread
, Aids Alert 23(6): 67-68 (2008)

'Good diabetes care' and the NDA
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 64(625): 390 (2014)

'Good guys' survey hospitals: joint commission views itself as an advocate
, Health Facilities Management 26(4): 11-12 (2013)

'Good housing is just good housing'
, Behavioral Healthcare 29(2): 26 28 (2009)

'Good in all respects': appearance and dress at Staffordshire County Lunatic Asylum, 1818-54
, History of Psychiatry 22(85 Pt 1): 40-57 (2011)

'Good luck to them if they can get it': exploring working class men's understandings and experiences of income inequality and material standards
, Sociology of Health and Illness 29(5): 711-729 (2007)

'Good parents' strive to raise 'innocent daughters'
, Culture Health and Sexuality 13(7): 841-851 (2011)

'Good start' on ACO model
, Modern Healthcare 41(15): 12-13 (2011)

'Good' and 'bad' stories: decisive moments, 'shock and awe' and being moral
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 17(8): 1063-1070 (2008)

'Good-genes' and 'compatible-genes' effects in an Alpine whitefish and the information content of breeding tubercles over the course of the spawning season
, Genetica 134(1): 21-30 (2008)

'Googleology' revisited: an additional tool for preventing zoological homonymy
, Zootaxa 3794: 299-300 (2014)

'Goose bumps' as presenting feature of intraventricular glioblastoma multiforme
, British Journal of Neurosurgery 28(2): 276-277 (2014)

'Goose bumps'-associated anaemia
, Bmj Case Reports 2011 (2011)

'Gosh': a cross-cultural encounter with a Somali woman, a male interpreter and a gynecologist on female genital cutting/mutilation
, Patient Education and Counseling 98(1): 127-128 (2015)

'Got a room for me?' Housing experiences of older adults living with HIV/AIDS in Ottawa
, Canadian Journal on Aging 31(1): 37-48 (2012)

'Gotta be sit down and worked out together': views of Aboriginal caregivers and service providers on ways to improve dementia care for Aboriginal Australians
, Rural and Remote Health 11(2): 1650 (2011)

'Governance of' and 'Governance by': implementing a clinical governance framework in an area mental health service
, Australasian Psychiatry: Bulletin of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists 16(2): 69-73 (2008)

'Government must put its money where its targets are--and commit to nurse training'
, Nursing Times 104(8): 12 (2008)

'Grand theft artery': hemodynamics in innominate artery stenosis
, European Neurology 65(4): 201 (2011)

'Grandmother penicillin'--not in vogue, but clinically still effective
, Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 61(4): 960-962 (2008)

'Graphenization' of 2D simple monatomic liquids
, Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter: An Institute of Physics Journal 26(20): 205101 (2014)

'Gravida eight, para six, alive two'
, Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 88(8): 870-872 (2009)

'Gray market' not such a gray area anymore: why hospitals are paying exorbitant drug prices
, P and T: a Peer-Reviewed Journal for Formulary Management 37(10): 544 (2012)

'Gray science'
, Gerontology 58(2): 97-98 (2012)

'Great tan but I feel awful'. Diagnosis: Autoimmune primary hypoadrenalism
, Australian Family Physician 37(8): 648-649 (2008)

'Great trip...except for the sprain.'
, Consumer Reports 75(6): 21 (2010)

'Green light': watch it twice..
, Europace: European Pacing Arrhythmias and Cardiac Electrophysiology: Journal of the Working Groups on Cardiac Pacing Arrhythmias and Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology of the European Society of Cardiology 16(4): 540 (2014)

'Green mice' display limitations in enhanced green fluorescent protein expression in retina and optic nerve cells
, Histology and Histopathology 29(12): 1601-1612 (2014)

'Green' biocompatible organic-inorganic hybrid electrospun nanofibers for potential biomedical applications
, Journal of Biomaterials Applications 29(7): 1039-1055 (2015)

'Green' crosslinking of native starches with malonic acid and their properties
, Carbohydrate Polymers 90(4): 1620-1628 (2012)

'Green'-synthesized near-infrared PbS quantum dots with silica-PEG dual-layer coating: ultrastable and biocompatible optical probes for in vivo animal imaging
, Nanotechnology 23(24): 245701 (2012)

'Greening the cleaning. Implementing an environmentally friendly cleaning program
, Health Facilities Management 21(11): 43-46 (2008)

'Groping through the fog': a metasynthesis of women's experiences on VBAC (Vaginal birth after Caesarean section)
, Bmc Pregnancy and Childbirth 12: 85 (2012)

'Groupness'
, Cds Review 101(7): 6 (2008)

'Growing up' with Paediatrics & Child Health
, Paediatrics and Child Health 4(1): 12 (1999)

'Growing up' with laparoscopic radical prostatectomy makes a difference in early independent surgical practice
, ANZ Journal of Surgery 82(3): 99 (2012)

'Growth 'unsustainable': CBO. Medicare, Medicaid spending a danger to economy
, Modern Healthcare 37(34): 10-11 (2007)

'Guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of carcinoma of the esophagus' revised version--the comparison to western countries
, Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 69(Suppl): 121-125 (2011)

'Guilty by Association' - Protein-Protein Interactions (PPIs) in Bacterial Pathogens
, Genome Dynamics 6: 48-61 (2009)

'Gut health': a new objective in medicine?
, Bmc Medicine 9: 24 (2011)

'Gynegadgetry'
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 31: 459 (1985)

'H' graft pancreaticoduodenal-caval shunt in a patient with extrahepatic portal venous obstruction with ectopic variceal bleed
, Tropical Gastroenterology: Official Journal of the Digestive Diseases Foundation 34(4): 279-282 (2013 )

'HAPI' life model for the new older generation in Korea
, Australasian Journal on Ageing 32(2): 135-141 (2013)

'HIV is an enemy of childbearers': the construction of local epidemiology in rural Malawi
, Culture Health and Sexuality 13(4): 471-483 (2011)

'HIV/AIDS, TB and Nutrition' - ASSAf report
, South African Medical Journal 97(10): 893 (2007)

'Haemorrhoids? There's an App for that!'
, Colorectal Disease: the Official Journal of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 14(9): E509 (2012)

'Hair-on-end' sign: an important finding in clinical practice
, Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 105(9): 905-906 (2012)

'Hairy' cells: where are the roots of this leukemia?
, Leukemia and Lymphoma 52(12): 2205-2206 (2011)

'Half the sky" is dark: women and HIV/AIDS. Not 'those women' any more; it's all women
, AIDS alert 24(12): 144 (2009)

'Halfway people': refugee views of reproductive health services
, Global Public Health 2(4): 373-394 (2007)

'Halving the heel pricks': evaluation of a neonatal jaundice protocol incorporating the use of a transcutaneous bilirubinometer
, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 46(10): 595-599 (2010)

'Halving the number of MRSA cases has been a fantastic achievement'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 26(37): 12-13 (2012)

'Hands of Time': the experience of establishing a support group for people affected by mesothelioma
, European Journal of Cancer Care 17(6): 585-592 (2008)

'Hands on, Hands off': a model of clinical supervision that recognises trainees' need for support and independence
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 34(3): 286-291 (2010)

'Happy to have been of service': the Yale archive as a window into the engaged followership of participants in Milgram's 'obedience' experiments
, British Journal of Social Psychology 54(1): 55-83 (2015)

'Happy' drug survival of adalimumab, etanercept and ustekinumab in psoriasis in daily practice care: results from the BioCAPTURE network
, British Journal of Dermatology 171(5): 1189-1196 (2014)

'Hardcore' OX40 + immunosuppressive regulatory T cells in hepatic cirrhosis and cancer
, Oncoimmunology 3: E29257 (2014)

'Harder than ever'. Economic crisis puts pressure on operations
, Modern Healthcare 39(16): 12-13 (2009)

'Hardy's law' and genomics in anaesthesia
, Anaesthesia 63(12): 1284-1287 (2008)

'Hath charms to soothe ...': an exploratory study of how high-functioning adults with ASD experience music
, Autism: the International Journal of Research and Practice 13(1): 21-41 (2009)

'Have a nice day': consumerism, compassion and health care
, British Journal of Nursing 19(16): 1047-1051 (2010)

'Have you had a wee yet?' Postpartum urinary retention
, Practising Midwife 14(1): 23-25 (2011)

'Have you had the test?' A discourse analysis of media presentation of prenatal screening in Iceland
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 24(2): 414-421 (2010)

'Have you had your bowl of rice?': a qualitative study of eating patterns in older Taiwanese adults
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 21(1-2): 2-10 (2012)

'Have you seen what is on Facebook?' The use of social networking software by healthcare professions students
, Bmj Open 3(7) (2013)

'Having a bag': getting back to basics with stoma care
, British Journal of Nursing 20(4): 206 (2011)

'Having a different conversation around death': diverse hospital chaplains' views on end-of-life care
, Ethnicity and Health 18(6): 530-543 (2013)

'Having a laugh': masculinities, health and humour
, Nursing Inquiry 16(1): 74-81 (2009)

'Having a mental health problem is suddenly sexy'
, Nursing Times 103(12): 10 (2007)

'Having cancer changed my life, and changed my life forever': survival, illness legacy and service provision following cancer in childhood
, Chronic Illness 3(4): 278-295 (2007)

'Having the time to oversee the ward has made a huge difference'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(13): 12-13 (2012)

'Hawks' and 'doves': effect of feedback on grades awarded by supervisors of student selected components
, Medical teacher 31(10): e484-e488 (2009)

'He does not see himself as being different': the perspectives of children and caregivers on relevant areas of functioning in cerebral palsy
, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 56(9): 853-861 (2014)

'He is now like a brother, I can even give him some blood'--relational ethics and material exchanges in a malaria vaccine 'trial community' in The Gambia
, Social Science and Medicine 67(5): 696-707 (2008)

'He is proud of my courage to ask him to be circumcised': experiences of female partners of male circumcision clients in Iringa region, Tanzania
, Culture Health and Sexuality 2014 (2014)

'He lacks his fatherhood': safer conception technologies and the biological imperative for fatherhood among recently-diagnosed Xhosa-speaking men living with HIV in South Africa
, Culture Health and Sexuality 15(9): 1101-1114 (2013)

'He loves a challenge': Highmark's new chief joins amid turmoil, effort to acquire West Penn
, Modern Healthcare 42(24): 8-9 (2012)

'He plays on the pillory'. The use of musical instruments for punishment in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Era
, Torture: Quarterly Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture 23(2): 14-23 (2013)

'He was like a zombie': off-label prescription of antipsychotic drugs in dementia
, Medical Law Review 21(2): 243-277 (2013)

'He who comes too late is punished by life'--a paradigm shift in pulmonary sleep medicine: introduction
, Respiration; International Review of Thoracic Diseases 78(1): 1-4 (2009)

'He who rides a tiger can never dismount': six myths about NHS 'reform' in England
, International Journal of Health Planning and Management 22(2): 97-111 (2007)

'He'll not talk to anyone': researching men on low incomes
, Community Practitioner: the Journal of the Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association 82(4): 24-27 (2009)

'He's hard work, but he's worth it'. The experience of caregivers of individuals with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour: a meta-synthesis of qualitative research
, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities: Jarid 27(5): 401-419 (2014)

'He's the dad isn't he?' Gender, race and the politics of prenatal screening
, Ethnicity and Health 16(4-5): 327-341 (2011)

'Heads held high': an exploratory study of legal highs in pre-legislation Ireland
, Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse 10(3): 256-272 (2011)

'Heal not Hurt': piloting an intitiative on wound pain assessment
, British Journal of Community Nursing 12(12 Suppl): 9-11 (2007)

'Heal not hurt': piloting an initiative on wound pain assessment
, British Journal of Community Nursing 12(6): S18-S21 (2007)

'Healers' understandings of indigenous names for HIV/AIDS in Harare, Zimbabwe
, Aids Care 21(2): 231-234 (2009)

'Health Economics' and the evolution of economic evaluation of health technologies
, Health Economics 21(1): 13-18 (2012)

'Health equity through action on the social determinants of health': taking up the challenge in nursing
, Nursing Inquiry 17(3): 269-280 (2010)

'Health for All' Alma-Ata Declaration--an elusive Holy Grail
, South African Medical Journal 98(9): 655 (2008)

'Health is not a man's domain': lay accounts of gender difference in life-expectancy in Russia
, Sociology of Health and Illness 30(7): 1070-1085 (2008)

'Health is wealth and wealth is health'--perceptions of health and ill-health among female sex workers in Savannakhet, Laos
, Global Health Action 6: 1-8 (2013)

'Health promotion is a complete waste of time'
, Nursing Times 104(28): 12 (2008)

'Health services should help people lose weight--blaming patients is dangerous'
, Nursing Times 104(49): 13 (2008)

'Health transformation programme' in Turkey: an assessment
, International Journal of Health Planning and Management 26(2): 110-133 (2011)

'Health's a difficult beast': the interrelationships between domestic violence, women's health and the health sector. An Australian case study
, Social Science and Medicine 65(8): 1742-1750 (2007)

'Health-oriented agriculture' for nutritional security versus climate change risks in the Mediterranean Basin
, World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 102: 201-211 (2011)

'Healthcare design fails to meet older people's needs'
, Nursing Times 105(7): 30 (2009)

'Healthcare is getting worse'. Case: consumers must take more responsibility
, Modern Healthcare 38(26): 10-11 (2008)

'Healthcare is not something you can isolate from life in general": factors influencing successful clinical capacity building in the Pacific
, Pacific Health Dialog 14(1): 107-114 (2007)

'Healthipedia'
, Perspectives in Public Health 131(2): 62-63 (2011)

'Healthy Ageing' policies and anti-ageing ideologies and practices: on the exercise of responsibility
, Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 11(4): 475-483 (2008)

'Healthy Relationships' empower HIV-infected women and encourage safe sex habits. Condom use, adherence increased
, Aids Alert 23(5): 52-53 (2008)

'Healthy ageing' agenda
, Perspectives in Public Health 132(4): 156 (2012)

'Healthy antidote to health care reform discussion'
, New Solutions: a Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy: Ns 4(3): 30 (1994)

'Healthy children in sound communities' (HCSC/gkgk)--a Dutch-German community-based network project to counteract obesity and physical inactivity
, Family Practice 29(Suppl): I110-I116 (2012)

'Heart attack' symptoms and decision-making: the case of older rural women
, Rural and Remote Health 14: 2560 (2014)

'Heart-talk:' considering the role of the heart in therapy as evidenced in the Quran and medical research
, Journal of Religion and Health 52(4): 1203-1210 (2013)

'Heartsink' patients in general practice
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 61(588): 437-438 (2011)

'Heartsink' patients in general practice: a defining paper, its impact, and psychodynamic potential
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 61(586): 346-348 (2011)

'Heat and destroy': bronchoscopic-guided therapy of peripheral lung lesions
, Respiration; International Review of Thoracic Diseases 79(4): 265-273 (2010)

'Heat-treatment aqueous two phase system' for purification of serine protease from Kesinai (Streblus asper) leaves
, Molecules 16(12): 10202-10213 (2011)

'Heated political dynamics exist ...': examining the politics of palliative care in rural British Columbia, Canada
, Palliative Medicine 25(1): 26-35 (2011)

'Heavier the interval than the consummation': bronchial disease in Seán Ó Ríordáin's diaries
, Medical Humanities 40(1): 11-16 (2014)

'Heavy metal'--time to move on from semantics to pragmatics?
, Journal of Environmental Monitoring: Jem 12(8): 1511-1514 (2010)

'Hebephrenia. A contribution to clinical psychiatry' by Dr. Ewald Hecker in Gorlitz. 1871
, History of Psychiatry 20(77 Pt 1): 87-106 (2009)

'Heed not the oracle': risk assessment has no role in preventing suicide in schizophrenia
, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 130(6): 415-417 (2014)

'Help me! I'm old!' How negative aging stereotypes create dependency among older adults
, Aging and Mental Health 14(5): 516-523 (2010)

'Help us unite healthcare' - Motsoaledi appeal to BHF
, South African Medical Journal 102(9): 725-726 (2012)

'Help us, she's fading away': How to manage the patient with anorexia nervosa
, Australian Family Physician 43(8): 531-536 (2014)

'Helping babies breathe' training in sub-saharan Africa: educational impact and learner impressions
, Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 59(3): 180-186 (2013)

'Hemiepiphyte': a confusing term and its history
, Annals of Botany 111(6): 1015-1020 (2013)

'Hemilabile' silyl pincer ligation: platinum group PSiN complexes and triple C-H activation to form a (PSiC)Ru carbene complex
, Chemical Communications 48(8): 1159-1161 (2012)

'Hemispherical asymmetry in the Meyer's Loop': a prospective study of visual-field deficits in 105 cases undergoing anterior temporal lobe resection for epilepsy
, Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 81(9): 985-991 (2010)

'Heparin rebound' means the opposite in cardiac surgery (bleeding) and in cardiology (thrombosis)
, Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis: An International Journal in Haemostasis and Thrombosis 21(2): 198-199 (2010)

'Hepatic' encephalopathy because of spontaneous mesenterico-caval shunt
, Liver International: Official Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver 28(7): 982 (2008)

'Hepatology' on the move
, Liver International: Official Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver 34(6): 820-821 (2014)

'Herbal' but potentially hazardous: an analysis of the constituents and smoke emissions of tobacco-free waterpipe products and the air quality in the cafés where they are served
, Tobacco Control 24(3): 290-297 (2015)

'Here comes all my knowledge together'
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 139(2): 60-61 (2014)

'Here comes the sun': pigmentary traits and sun habits in women with endometriosis
, Human Reproduction 25(3): 728-733 (2010)

'Here, I'm not at ease': anthropological perspectives on community resilience
, Disasters 38(2): 329-350 (2014)

'Heroic' NHS managers get their due from friend and foe
, Health Service Journal 120(6216): 3 (2010)

'Herpes present' reported in a routine cervical cytology and how to deal with it
, Sexual Health 9(5): 493-494 (2012)

'Hi, Who's on the Line?'
, American Journal of Nursing 110(8): 68-69 (2010)

'Hibernating' accessory pathway
, Indian Heart Journal 58(4): 362-364 (2006)

'Hidden mounts' in Duchenne muscular dystrophy
, Neurology India 56(3): 394 (2008)

'Hidden parameters' of infrared drying for determining low water contents in instant powders
, Talanta 50(2): 239-246 (1999)

'Hide-then-hit' to explain the importance of genotypic polymorphism of DNA repair genes in determining susceptibility to cancer
, Journal of Molecular Cell Biology 3(1): 59-65 (2011)

'High definition': not all it appears
, Gut 63(5): 863-864 (2014)

'High desire', or 'merely' an addiction? A response to Steele et al
, Socioaffective Neuroscience and Psychology 4 (2014)

'High quality saves money,' or so the story goes
, Managed Care 20(5): 14-6 21-2 (2011)

'High' risk? A systematic review of the acute outcomes of mixing alcohol with energy drinks
, Addiction 109(10): 1612-1633 (2014)

'High-risk' pregnancy after perinatal loss: understanding the label
, Midwifery 27(4): 452-457 (2011)

'High-stakes' decision. Tuomey's adverse verdict may have lingering effects
, Modern Healthcare 43(19): 17 (2013)

Association of fatty acids and lipids metabolism in placenta with early spontaneous pregnancy loss in Chinese women
, Food and Function 9(2): 1179-1186 (2018)

'Hikikomori': a new diagnosis or a syndrome associated with a psychiatric diagnosis?
, International Journal of Social Psychiatry 56(5): 558-559 (2010)

'Him bid sona sel': psychiatry in the Anglo-Saxon Leechbooks
, History of Psychiatry 22(88 Pt 4): 434-447 (2011)

'Himalayan' p wave
, Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 55: 856 (2007)

'Hip-hop' stroke: a stroke educational program for elementary school children living in a high-risk community
, Stroke 39(10): 2809-2816 (2008)

'His nerves gave way': Shell shock, history and the memory of the First World War in Britain
, Endeavour 38(2): 91-100 (2014)

'Historicising common sense'
, Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 46(4): 529-543 (2012)

'History and first descriptions' of autism: a response to Michael Fitzgerald
, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 42(10): 2263-2265 (2012)

'Histrionic personality disorder with regression and conversion': a meningioma
, Tijdschrift Voor Psychiatrie 53(6): 371-376 (2011)

'Hit and run' serial femtosecond crystallography of a membrane kinase in the lipid cubic phase
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B Biological Sciences 369(1647): 20130621 (2014)

'Ho-ver'ing Over Alopecia Areata: Histopathological Study of 50 Cases
, International Journal of Trichology 6(1): 13-18 (2014)

'Hockey stick' sign on 99m Technetium pertechnetate thyroid scan
, Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism 16(6): 1056 (2012)

'Hodge-podge' regulation of alternative medicine in Canada
, Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 182(12): E569-E570 (2010)

'Holding the cervix' technique for post-partum hemorrhage for achieving hemostasis as well as preventing prolapse of an intrauterine balloon
, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research 39(5): 1116-1117 (2013)

'Holiday' comfort
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 35(2): 16 (2010)

'Holistic' synaptogenesis
, Biochemical Society Transactions 38(2): 511-515 (2010)

'Hom': a simple point of use water treatment device
, Journal of Water and Health 8(4): 741-750 (2010)

'Home Days' can showcase EMS industry to lawmakers: EMS providers are their own best voice in Washington
, Ems World 41(3): 55 (2012)

'Home Office syndrome'
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 58(552): 510 (2008)

'Home from home': risk perceptions, malaria and the use of chemoprophylaxis among UK South Asians
, Ethnicity and Health 15(4): 365-375 (2010)

'Home is where one starts from...'
, Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 50(Suppl): 31-32 (1972)

'Home' work: becoming a PCMH
, Mgma Connexion 11(9): 27-28 (2011)

'Homeopathy': untangling the debate
, Homeopathy: the Journal of the Faculty of Homeopathy 97(3): 152-155 (2008)

'Homosexuality: are we adequately equipped to address this issue in clinical practice'?
, Jpma. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 59(3): 185-186 (2009)

'Honey ointment': a natural remedy of skin wound infections
, Journal of Ayub Medical College Abbottabad: Jamc 23(2): 26-31 (2011)

'Honeycomb' tegmen: multiple tegmen defects associated with superior semicircular canal dehiscence
, Journal of Laryngology and Otology 124(5): 560-563 (2010)

'Hook-wire' breast marker migrating to the heart
, European Heart Journal 30(13): 1613 (2009)

'Hop the skip' with extended segment intestinal biopsy in Hirschsprung's disease
, International Journal of Surgery Case Reports 3(5): 186-189 (2012)

'Hope for safe prenatal gene tests'. A content analysis of how the UK press media are reporting advances in non-invasive prenatal testing
, Prenatal Diagnosis 35(5): 420-427 (2015)

'Horrible, most horrible': Hamlet and forensic medicine
, Medical Humanities 36(1): 35 (2010)

'Hospital at Night' improves outcomes: does the evidence support opinions?
, Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 102(8): 583-584 (2009)

'Hospital at home' care model as an effective alternative in the management of decompensated chronic heart failure
, European Journal of Heart Failure 11(12): 1208-1213 (2009)

'Hospital-at-Night' expedites review of trauma patients without affecting outcome from hip fracture
, Journal of Perioperative Practice 21(10): 346-351 (2011)

'Hot feet - hot brain': gene and brain dysfunction in erythromelalgia
, Pain 153(5): 945-947 (2012)

'Hot liver' on 18F-FDG PET/CT imaging in a patient with hepatosplenic tuberculosis
, European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 37(8): 1618-1619 (2010)

'Hot particles' in the cold light of day: principles for a stakeholder and public engagement architecture relating to historic liabilities in the marine environment
, Journal of Radiological Protection: Official Journal of the Society for Radiological Protection 27(3a): A119-A128 (2007)

Association of fatty liver index with the risk of incident cardiovascular disease and acute myocardial infarction
, European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 30(9): 1047-1054 (2018)

'Hot topics' in hypertension
, Current Opinion in Cardiology 27(4): 368-369 (2012)

'Hot' Earth in the mass media: the reliability of news reports on global warming
, Historia Ciencias Saude--Manguinhos 19(2): 369-390 (2012)

'Hot' macromolecular crystals
, Crystal Growth and Design 10(2): 580 (2009)

'Hot-cross bun sign' of multiple system atrophy
, Internal Medicine 46(22): 1883 (2007)

'Hot-cross bun' and 'inverse trident sign' in progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy with HIV seropositivity
, Neurology India 62(3): 341-342 (2014)

'Hotspots' for aggression in licensed drinking venues
, Drug and Alcohol Review 31(4): 377-384 (2012)

'House of cards'
, Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 152(29): 1640-1641 (2008)

'How I do it': TEM for tumors of the rectum
, Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery: Official Journal of the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract 13(2): 359-362 (2009)

'How are you?': what do you mean?
, European Journal of Public Health 19(4): 353 (2009)

'How can I halt thee?' The puzzles involved in autophagic inhibition
, Pharmacological Research 82: 1-8 (2014)

'How can I help?' may be a risk to rapport
, Journal of Primary Health Care 1(2): 160-161 (2009)

'How can we go on caring when nobody here cares about us?' Australian public maternity units as contested care sites
, Women and Birth: Journal of the Australian College of Midwives 26(2): 133-137 (2013)

'How compliant do we want to be with the colonoscopy surveillance guidelines?'
, Colorectal Disease: the Official Journal of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 9(9): 830-833 (2007)

'How did you validate ...?' A plea for validation studies
, Transfusion Medicine 19(1): 1 (2009)

'How do we get the managers we need and the leaders we want?' A personal view
, Journal of Nursing Management 16(8): 942-945 (2008)

'How do we know if this is the best?' Mental health-care professionals' views on national guidelines for psychosocial interventions
, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 23(3): 221-231 (2014)

'How do you know what Aunt Martha looks like?' A video elicitation study exploring tacit clues in doctor-patient interactions
, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 17(5): 933-939 (2011)

'How do you rate us'?
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(36): 20-21 (2013)

'How does that sound?': objective and subjective voice outcomes following CO₂ laser resection for early glottic cancer
, Journal of Laryngology and Otology 125(12): 1251-1255 (2011)

'How does the surgical profession ensure it continues to attract the best candidates?'
, International Journal of Surgery 10(7): 378-379 (2012)

'How many calories are in my burrito?' Improving consumers' understanding of energy (calorie) range information
, Public Health Nutrition 18(1): 15-24 (2015)

'How many can you take?' A medical mass-casualty incident requires consultation and coordination in its response
, Ems Magazine 36(8): 23 25-7 (2007)

'How many of you are using electronic health records?'
, Behavioral Healthcare 31(8): 40 (2011)

'How many plastic surgeons does it take to write a research article?' - Authorship proliferation in and internationalisation of the plastic surgery literature
, Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery: Jpras 60(8): 956-957 (2007)

'How much does Zozo weigh today'?
, Health Affairs 29(3): 551-553 (2010)

'How poor are you?' -- a comparison of four questionnaire delivery modes for assessing socio-economic position in rural zimbabwe
, Plos one 8(9): E74977 (2013)

'How to complain' campaign launched
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(5): 11 (2014)

'How to contain generalized HIV epidemics' article misconstrues the evidence
, International Journal of Std and Aids 22(7): 415-6; Author Reply 416-7 (2011)

'How to convince people with type 2 diabetes to start with insulin? Treatment options for patients with psychological insulin resistance'
, MMW Fortschritte der Medizin 150(49-50): 49-52 (2008)

'How to deal with this, that and the other?' An orthopaedic surgeon's unexpected encounter with a trio of problems in an elderly man
, Bmj Case Reports 2014 (2014)

'How to know what you need to do': a cross-country comparison of maternal health guidelines in Burkina Faso, Ghana and Tanzania
, Implementation Science: Is 7: 31 (2012)

'How was your care?'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 23(42): 24-25 (2009)

'Hubble-bubble leads to trouble'--waterpipe smoking and oral health
, Dental Update 40(10): 800 (2013)

'Huge opportunity' for vets to assess their sales of non-prescription products
, Veterinary Record 169(5): 112 (2011)

'Huge potential' for EHRs and comparative effectiveness
, Hospitals and Health Networks 84(4): 41-42 (2010)

'Human paced' walking: followers adopt stride time dynamics of leaders
, Neuroscience Letters 564: 67-71 (2014)

'Human-on-a-chip' developments: a translational cutting-edge alternative to systemic safety assessment and efficiency evaluation of substances in laboratory animals and man?
, Alternatives to Laboratory Animals: Atla 40(5): 235-257 (2012)

'Humans and other animals'-on the scope of brain science
, Journal of Neurogenetics 26(3-4): 267-270 (2012)

'Hummingbird sign', 'penguin sign' and 'Mickey mouse sign' in progressive supranuclear palsy
, Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 60: 52 (2012)

'Humour-ability' of mental health professionals
, Indian Journal of Psychiatry 48(4): 270-271 (2006)

'Hurrah for the missing link!': a history of apes, ancestors and a crucial piece of evidence
, Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 65(1): 83-98 (2011)

'Hybrid neurostimulator': simultaneous use of spinal cord and peripheral nerve field stimulation to treat low back and leg pain
, Progress in Neurological Surgery 24: 147-155 (2011)

'Hybrid' obs unit offsets 60% volume growth
, ED management: the monthly update on emergency department management 20(12): 139-141 (2008)

'Hybrid' processing strategies for expanding and improving the synthesis of renewable bioproducts
, Current Opinion in Biotechnology 30: 17-23 (2014)

'Hybrid-PLEMO', rehabilitation system for upper limbs with active / passive force feedback mode
, Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual International Conference 2008: 1973-1976 (2008)

'Hyped up': assemblages of alcohol, excitement and violence for outer-suburban young adults in the inner-city at night
, International Journal on Drug Policy 25(3): 378-385 (2014)

'Hyperacute' Guillain-Barré syndrome
, European Neurology 59(1-2): 88-90 (2008)

'Hyperglycaemic memory' in human umbilical vein endothelial cells mediated by interacting loop of protein kinase Cbeta(2)-reactive oxygen species
, Zhonghua Nei Ke Za Zhi 49(3): 239-244 (2010)

'Hypersynchronisation' by tissue velocity imaging in patients with cardiac amyloidosis
, Heart 95(3): 234-240 (2009)

'Hypopyon' in the anterior chamber: unilateral ocular relapse of acute myeloid leukaemia in a 2-year-old girl
, British Journal of Haematology 162(3): 293 (2013)

'Hypothesis Finder:' a strategy for the detection of speculative statements in scientific text
, Plos Computational Biology 9(7): E1003117 (2013)

'Hypoxic ventilatory decline' in the intracellular Ca2+ response to sustained isocapnic hypoxia in carotid body glomus cells
, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 669: 209-212 (2010)

'Hysteria' today and tomorrow
, Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience 35: 198-204 (2014)

'I accept it [staff assistance]; no choice': an ethnographic study of residents' attitudes towards mobility within nursing homes
, International journal of older people nursing 9(4): 258-268 (2014)

'I am afraid to make the damage worse'--fear of engaging in physical activity among patients with neck or back pain--a gender perspective
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 28(1): 146-154 (2014)

'I am also a human being!' Antiretroviral treatment in local moral worlds
, Anthropology and Medicine 19(1): 75-84 (2012)

'I am an optimist--our efforts are making a difference'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 26(2): 12-13 (2011)

'I am becoming a veterinarian', said Aleid Lubberink and that she is!
, Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 137(7): 476-477 (2012)

'I am in blood Stepp'd in so far...': ethical dilemmas and the sports team doctor
, British Journal of Sports Medicine 44(3): 175-178 (2010)

'I am like a woman': constructions of sexuality among gay men in a low-income South African community
, Culture Health and Sexuality 11(7): 717-729 (2009)

'I am not a dyslexic person I'm a person with dyslexia': identity constructions of dyslexia among students in nurse education
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 70(2): 360-372 (2014)

'I am not a tragedy. I am full of hope': communication impairment narratives in newspapers
, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 49(2): 174-188 (2014)

'I am not going to live to regret that, am I?' A pseudo-hepatocellular carcinoma case
, Liver International: Official Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver 31(9): 1418 (2011)

'I am now doing things that I did not think I would be able to do'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(51): 71 (2013)

'I am part of the community but...' The changing context of rural living for persons with advanced cancer and their families
, Rural and Remote Health 11(3): 1733 (2011)

'I am reading the history of religion': a contribution to the knowledge of Freud's building of a theory
, History of Psychiatry 25(2): 187-202 (2014)

'I am stronger, I'm no longer afraid…', an evaluation of a home-visiting mentor mother support programme for abused women in primary care
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 28(4): 724-731 (2014)

'I am willing to take the risk': politics, policy and the translation of the hospice ideal
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 18(19): 2700-2709 (2009)

'I asked the mother...'
, Midwives 2010: 5 (2010)

'I await your apology': a polyphonic narrative interpretation
, Nursing Philosophy: An International Journal for Healthcare Professionals 8(4): 264-277 (2007)

'I beg your pardon?' Nurses' experiences in facilitating doctors' learning process--an interview study
, Patient Education and Counseling 96(3): 389-394 (2014)

'I bet you know more and are nicer too!': what children infer from others' accuracy
, Developmental Science 13(5): 772-778 (2010)

'I call it the blame and shame disease': a qualitative study about perceptions of social stigma surrounding type 2 diabetes
, Bmj Open 3(11): E003384 (2013)

'I came back from Africa better prepared for nursing'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(26): 64 (2013)

'I can actually exercise if I want to; it isn't as hard as I thought': a qualitative study of the experiences and views of obese adolescents participating in an exercise therapy intervention
, Journal of Health Psychology 13(6): 810-819 (2008)

'I can actually talk to them now': qualitative results of an educational intervention for emergency nurses caring for clients who self-injure
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 18(20): 2838-2845 (2009)

'I can die today, I can die tomorrow': lay perceptions of sickle cell disease in Kumasi, Ghana at a point of transition
, Ethnicity and Health 16(4-5): 465-481 (2011)

'I can do the child no good': Dr Sims and the enslaved infants of Montgomery, Alabama
, Social History of Medicine: the Journal of the Society for the Social History of Medicine 20(2): 223-241 (2007)

'I can see my patients improve'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(38): 65 (2014)

'I can sit and talk to her': Aboriginal people, chronic low back pain and healthcare practitioner communication
, Australian Family Physician 43(5): 320-324 (2014)

'I can't be an addict. I am.' Over-the-counter medicine abuse: a qualitative study
, Bmj Open 3(6) (2013)

'I can't help you with that': when terminally ill patients wish to hasten their dying,nurses can--and should--help
, American Journal of Nursing 108(8): 11 (2008)

'I can't relate it to teeth': a qualitative approach to evaluate oral health education materials for preschool children in New South Wales, Australia
, International journal of paediatric dentistry 22(4): 302-309 (2012)

'I can't see any reason for stopping doing anything, but I might have to do it differently'--restoring hope to patients with persistent non-specific low back pain--a qualitative study
, Disability and Rehabilitation 34(11): 894-903 (2012)

'I could never do that before': effectiveness of a tailored Internet support intervention to increase the social participation of youth with disabilities
, Child: Care Health and Development 39(4): 552-561 (2013)

'I could never have learned this in a lecture': transformative learning in rural health education
, Advances in health sciences education: theory and practice 19(2): 147-159 (2014)

'I covered my eyes and plugged it in'
, Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia 99(2): 40 (2010)

'I cry every day': experiences of patients co-infected with HIV and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
, Tropical Medicine and International Health: Tm and Ih 18(9): 1128-1133 (2013)

'I demand to be treated as the person I am': experiences of accessing primary health care for Australian adults who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer
, Sexual Health 11(3): 258-264 (2014)

'I deserve a treat!': justifications for indulgence undermine the translation of intentions into action
, British Journal of Social Psychology 53(3): 501-520 (2014)

'I did it for him, not for me': an exploratory study of factors influencing sexual debut among female university students in Durban, South Africa
, Journal of Health Psychology 17(1): 143-153 (2012)

'I didn't ask for this': justice versus illness
, Nursing Philosophy: An International Journal for Healthcare Professionals 12(1): 1-3 (2011)

'I didn't feel like any of those things were me': results of a qualitative pilot study of race/ethnicity survey items with minority ethnic adolescents in the USA
, Ethnicity and Health 15(6): 621-638 (2010)

'I didn't know why you had to wait': an evaluation of NHS infant-feeding workshops amongst women living in areas of high deprivation
, Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics: the Official Journal of the British Dietetic Association 28(6): 558-567 (2015)

'I didn't want her to panic': unvoiced patient agendas in primary care consultations when consulting about antidepressants
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 61(583): E63-E71 (2011)

'I divide life into different dimensions, one mental and one physical, to be able to handle life, you know?' Subjective accounts of the content of psychotic symptoms
, Clinical Psychology and PsychoTherapy 22(2): 106-115 (2015)

'I do not need to... I do not want to... I do not give it priority...'--why women choose not to attend cervical cancer screening
, Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care and Health Policy 11(1): 26-34 (2008)

'I don't care whether it's HPV or ABC, I just want to know if I have cancer.' Factors influencing women's emotional responses to undergoing human papillomavirus testing in routine management in cervical screening: a qualitative study
, Bjog: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 121(11): 1421-1429 (2014)

'I don't do like I used to do': a grounded theory approach to conceptualising awareness in people with moderate to severe dementia living in long-term care
, Social Science and Medicine 66(11): 2366-2377 (2008)

'I don't have time': issues of fragmentation, prioritisation and motivation for education scholarship among medical faculty
, Medical Education 42(9): 872-878 (2008)

'I don't know how we coped before': a study of respite care for children in the home and hospice
, Journal of Clinical Nursing 17(23): 3196-3204 (2008)

'I don't know why they don't come': barriers to participation in cardiac rehabilitation
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 34(4): 452-457 (2010)

'I don't know'
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 37: 274-280 (1991)

'I don't see any point in telling them': attitudes to sharing genetic information in the family and carrier testing of relatives among British Pakistani adults referred to a genetics clinic
, Ethnicity and Health 14(2): 205-224 (2009)

'I don't think there's much of a rational mind in a drug addict when they are in the thick of it': towards an embodied analysis of recovering heroin users
, Sociology of Health and Illness 33(3): 341-355 (2011)

'I don't think they knew we could do these sorts of things': social representations of community and participation in community arts by older people
, Journal of Health Psychology 15(5): 777-785 (2010)

'I don't trust you, you are going to tell', adolescents with emotional and behavioural disorders participating in qualitative research
, Child: Care Health and Development 35(3): 323-329 (2009)

'I don't want Jenny to think i'm abandoning her': views on overtreatment
, Health Affairs 33(5): 895-898 (2014)

'I don't want to be in that big city; this is my country here': research findings on Aboriginal peoples' preference to die at home
, Australian Journal of Rural Health 15(4): 264-268 (2007)

'I don't want to burden my family': handling communication challenges in geriatric oncology
, Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 24(Suppl): Vii30-Vii35 (2013)

'I don't want to hate him forever': understanding daughter's experiences of father absence
, Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing: a Quarterly Publication of the Royal Australian Nursing Federation 24(4): 14-18 (2007)

'I don't want to live this way, doc. Please take me off the ventilator and let me die.'
, Pm and R: the Journal of Injury Function and Rehabilitation 3(10): 968-975 (2011)

'I don't want to talk about it.' Raising public awareness of end-of-life care planning in your locality
, International Journal of Palliative Nursing 18(5): 241-247 (2012)

'I don't': escaping forced marriage
, Rcm Midwives: the Official Journal of the Royal College of Midwives 10(7): 312 (2007)

'I enjoy teaching but...': Paediatricians' attitudes to teaching medical students and junior doctors
, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 46(11): 647-652 (2010)

'I feel as if my IBS is keeping me hostage!' Exploring the negative impact of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) upon university-aged women
, International Journal of Nursing Practice 14(2): 135-148 (2008)

'I feel fat': weight-related stigma, body esteem, and BMI as predictors of perceived competence in physical activity
, Obesity facts 3(1): 15-21 (2010)

'I feel like a salesperson': the effect of multiple-source care funding on the experiences and views of nursing home nurses in England
, Nursing Inquiry 22(2): 168-177 (2015)

'I feel like they were mine and I should be looking after them': an exploration of non-patient women's attitudes towards oocyte donation
, Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology 30(4): 215-222 (2009)

'I fell off and landed badly': Children's experiences of forearm fracture and injury prevention
, Journal of Child Health Care: for Professionals Working with Children in the Hospital and Community 20(1): 98-108 (2016)

'I fell off the roof today'
, Occupational Health and Safety 82(4): 30 32 34 (2013)

'I felt I have grown up as an adult': caregiving experience of children affected by HIV/AIDS in China
, Child: Care Health and Development 35(4): 542-550 (2009)

'I felt colonised': emerging clinical teachers on a new rural teaching platform
, Rural and Remote Health 14: 2511 (2014)

'I felt let down by the RCN when I blew the whistle'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(43): 8 (2014)

'I felt that my concerns were being pushed aside'
, Nursing Times 107(42): 21 (2011)

'I found the OSCE very stressful': student midwives' attitudes towards an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE)
, Nurse Education Today 34(3): 468-473 (2014)

'I give staff time to care'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(41): 20-21 (2013)

'I guess my own fancy screwed me over': transitions in drug use and the context of choice among young people entrenched in an open drug scene
, Bmc Public Health 10: 126 (2010 )

'I hate having nobody here. I'd like to know where they all are': Can qualitative research detect differences in quality of life among nursing home residents with different levels of cognitive impairment?
, Aging and Mental Health 15(5): 562-572 (2011)

'I have come here to learn how to cope with my illness, not to be cured': a qualitative study of patient expectations prior to a one-week self-management programme
, Musculoskeletal Care 9(4): 200-210 (2011)

'I have no interest in drinking': a cross-national comparison of reasons why men and women abstain from alcohol use
, Addiction 104(10): 1658-1668 (2009)

'I have some news'
, U.S. News and World Report 142(7): 20 (2007)

'I have the best job in the world'
, Nursing New Zealand 18(9): 29 (2012)

'I heard about this study on the radio': using community radio to strengthen Good Participatory Practice in HIV prevention trials
, Bmc Public Health 14: 876 (2014)

'I hold on to my teddy bear really tight': children's experiences when they are home alone
, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 82(1): 97-103 (2012)

'I hope that I get old before I die': ageing and the concept of disease
, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 34(3): 171-187 (2013)

'I hope we won't have to understand racism one day': researching or reproducing 'race' in social psychological research?
, British Journal of Social Psychology 48(Pt 3): 407-426 (2009)

'I just don't feel right'
, Australian Family Physician 37(11): 904-907 (2008)

'I just ended up here, no job and no health...'--men's outlook on life in the context of economic hardship and HIV/AIDS in Namibia
, Sahara J: Journal of Social Aspects of Hiv/Aids Research Alliance 3(1): 403-416 (2006)

'I just keep thinking I haven't got it because I'm not yellow': a qualitative study of the factors that influence the uptake of Hepatitis C testing by prisoners
, Bmc Public Health 7: 98 (2007)

'I just need to be flashy on campus': female students and transactional sex at a university in Zimbabwe
, Culture Health and Sexuality 12(8): 857-870 (2010)

'I just saw it as something that would pull you down, rather than lift you up': resilience in never-smokers with mental illness
, Health Education Research 26(1): 26-38 (2011)

'I just thought it was normal aches and pains': a qualitative study of decision-making processes in patients with early rheumatoid arthritis
, Rheumatology 47(10): 1577-1582 (2008)

'I knew things had to change with the organ donor process'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 25(41): 14 (2011)

'I know it is only exercise, but to me it is something that keeps me going': a qualitative approach to understanding mental health service users' experiences of sports therapy
, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 17(3): 197-207 (2008)

'I know they are distressed. What do I do now?'
, Psycho-Oncology 22(9): 1946-1952 (2013)

'I live for today': a qualitative study investigating older people's attitudes to advance planning
, Health and Social Care in the Community 19(1): 52-59 (2011)

'I lose all these hours...'--exploring gender and consequences of dilemmas experienced in everyday life with coeliac disease
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 23(2): 342-352 (2009)

'I love Rock 'n' Roll'--music genre preference modulates brain responses to music
, Biological Psychology 92(2): 142-151 (2013)

'I love hands-on care'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(13): 24-25 (2013)

'I love nursing, but..'- qualitative findings from Australian aged-care nurses about their intrinsic, extrinsic and social work values
, International Journal of Older people Nursing 4(4): 307-317 (2009)

'I make sure I am safe and I make sure I have myself in every way possible': African-American youth perspectives on sexuality education
, Sex education 13(2): 172-185 (2013)

'I mean I expect that it's pretty safe': Perceptions of food trust in pregnancy - implications for primary health care practice
, Australasian Medical Journal 6(7): 358-366 (2013)

'I move therefore I am': the anoetic ideomotor theory of autism
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 48(12): 1170-1171 (2014)

'I need help': caregivers' experiences of caring for their relatives with mental illness in Jamaica
, Mental Health in Family Medicine 10(2): 113-121 (2013)

'I need her to be a doctor': patients' experiences of presenting health information from the internet in GP consultations
, British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 62(604): E732-E738 (2012)

'I never faced up to being gay': sexual, religious and ethnic identities among British Indian and British Pakistani gay men
, Culture Health and Sexuality 14(7): 767-780 (2012)

'I never thought that this baby would survive; I thought that it would die any time': perceptions and care for preterm babies in eastern Uganda
, Tropical Medicine and International Health: Tm and Ih 15(10): 1140-1147 (2010)

'I noticed': the emergence of self-observation in relationship to pathological attractor sites
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 88(Pt 2): 423-441 (2007)

'I often have to calculate children's drug doses based on weight rather than age'
, Nursing Times 103(28): 12 (2007)

'I only give advice if I am asked': examining the grandmother's potential to influence infant feeding decisions and parenting practices of new mothers
, Women and Birth: Journal of the Australian College of Midwives 23(2): 74-80 (2010)

'I really love going to work'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(24): 70-71 (2013)

'I really tried': management of normative issues in accounts of responses to infertility
, Social Science and Medicine 67(7): 1083-1093 (2008)

'I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember': exploring the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to strength of identity
, British Journal of Psychology 102(2): 184-203 (2011)

'I remember thinking to myself that I have a story to tell'
, Nurse Researcher 14(4): 89-91 (2007)

'I saved a life': a heroin addict's reflections on managing an overdose using 'take home naloxone'
, Bmj Case Reports 2010 (2010)

'I saw Santa drinking soda!' Advertising and children's food preferences
, Child: Care Health and Development 41(3): 424-433 (2015)

'I saw the words right from your mouth': An unusual case of synaesthesia
, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 48(2): 199-200 (2014)

'I saw what the future direction would be...': experiences of diabetes risk and physical activity after diabetes screening
, British Journal of Health Psychology 20(1): 172-193 (2015)

'I see her being obesed!': Public pedagogy, reality media and the obesity crisis
, Health 15(1): 3-21 (2011)

'I sort of balance it out'. Living with facial acne in emerging adulthood
, Journal of Health Psychology 20(9): 1154-1165 (2015)

'I start my day by thinking about what we're going to have for dinner'--a qualitative study on approaches to food-related activities among elderly men with somatic diseases
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 25(2): 227-234 (2011)

'I still believe...' Reconstructing spirituality, culture and mental health across cultural divides
, International Review of Psychiatry 26(3): 265-278 (2014)

'I still enjoy the job and work with a great team'
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 22(1): 24-25 (2007)

'I take a small amount of the real product': Elevated cholesterol and everyday medical reasoning in liminal space
, Health 15(6): 604-619 (2011)

'I take for granted that patients know' - oral health professionals' strategies, considerations and methods when teaching patients how to use fluoride toothpaste
, International Journal of Dental Hygiene 12(2): 81-88 (2014)

'I think Danish patients would feel the same': counter-discourses emerging in the Danish health sector
, Communication and Medicine 8(3): 223-233 (2011)