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The paper presents a spatial microsimulation approach to the analysis of health inequalities. A dynamic spatial microsimulation model of Britain, under development at the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield, uses data from the censuses of 1971, 1981 and 1991 and the British Household Panel Survey to simulate urban and regional populations in Britain.(More)
BACKGROUND Extravasation injury remains an important cause of iatrogenic injury in neonatal intensive care. This study aims to describe the current approach to extravasation injury (EI) prevention and management in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) in Australia and New Zealand. METHODS A literature review regarding extravasation injury in the newborn(More)
BACKGROUND In 2002, the World Health Organization recommended that the age for starting complementary feeding should be changed from 4 to 6 months of age to 6 months. Although this change in age has generated substantial debate, surprisingly little attention has been paid to whether advice on how to introduce complementary foods should also be changed. It(More)
BACKGROUND While there have been considerable advances in the medical management of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM), for many, glycaemic control remains substandard. Nutrition and eating behaviour are important additional factors to consider with regards to T1DM management and outcomes. Intuitive eating is one such factor, and has not previously been(More)
Research works on cyber security have shifted from simply hardening the networked systems to enabling fight-through technologies where the system is resilient to sophisticated attacks. A much-needed effort in this new premise is a better understanding of how attackers might behave within a well-protected network. Attack behavior analysis can benefit from(More)
Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY) is a monogenic form of diabetes. It consists of a heterogeneous group of autosomal dominant inherited disorders, with typical onset in individuals aged less than twenty five years. There are several different sub-types of MODY which can be precisely identified using molecular genetic testing. Modes of presentation(More)
&#8220;Retinal Memory Volume,&#8221; an art installation by Luke Jerram, builds a virtual image of a chair inside the mind of a viewer by using patented retinal after-image technology. The image is built in stages using flashguns passing light through a stencil. Ben Wheeler interviewed the artist about the piece for <i>Computers in Entertainment.</i> But(More)
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