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The effects of improving sleep on mental health (OASIS): a randomised controlled trial with mediation analysis
Summary Background Sleep difficulties might be a contributory causal factor in the occurrence of mental health problems. If this is true, improving sleep should benefit psychological health. We aimedExpand
Systematic review of randomised controlled trials of interventions that aim to reduce the risk, either directly or indirectly, of overweight and obesity in infancy and early childhood
Abstract The risk factors for childhood overweight and obesity are known and can be identified antenatally or during infancy, however, the majority of effective interventions are designed for olderExpand
A qualitative study of systemic influences on paramedic decision making: care transitions and patient safety
Objectives Paramedics routinely make critical decisions about the most appropriate care to deliver in a complex system characterized by significant variation in patient case-mix, care pathways andExpand
Effect of Digital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia on Health, Psychological Well-being, and Sleep-Related Quality of Life: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Importance Digital cognitive behavioral therapy (dCBT) is a scalable and effective intervention for treating insomnia. Most people with insomnia, however, seek help because of the daytimeExpand
Parents' beliefs about appropriate infant size, growth and feeding behaviour: implications for the prevention of childhood obesity
BackgroundA number of risk factors are associated with the development of childhood obesity which can be identified during infancy. These include infant feeding practices, parental response to infantExpand
Room for improvement? Leadership, innovation culture and uptake of quality improvement methods in general practice.
BACKGROUND Leadership and innovation are currently seen as essential elements for the development and maintenance of high-quality care. Little is known about the relationship between leadership andExpand
Sleep restriction therapy for insomnia is associated with reduced objective total sleep time, increased daytime somnolence, and objectively impaired vigilance: implications for the clinical
STUDY OBJECTIVES To investigate whether sleep restriction therapy (SRT) is associated with reduced objective total sleep time (TST), increased daytime somnolence, and impaired vigilance. DESIGNExpand
Feasibility of an Ambulance-Based Stroke Trial, and Safety of Glyceryl Trinitrate in Ultra-Acute Stroke: The Rapid Intervention With Glyceryl Trinitrate in Hypertensive Stroke Trial (RIGHT,
Background and Purpose— The practicalities of doing ambulance-based trials where paramedics perform all aspects of a clinical trial involving patients with ultra-acute stroke have not been assessed.Expand
General practitioners' preferences for managing insomnia and opportunities for reducing hypnotic prescribing.
RATIONALE, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Insomnia and sleep problems are common with many sufferers seeking medical help from general practitioners (GPs) whose clinical response is limited, often involvingExpand
Patients' and clinicians' experiences of consultations in primary care for sleep problems and insomnia: a focus group study.
BACKGROUND Insomnia affects around one-third of adults in the UK. Many sufferers seek help from primary care. AIM To explore patients' and primary care practitioners' expectations, experiences, andExpand