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Improving recruitment and retention for an online randomized controlled trial: experience from the Youthnet study
Abstract The objective of the study was to present recruitment and retention findings for an Internet based HIV prevention trial evaluated using a randomized controlled design among 15–25-year-oldsExpand
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Cardiovascular disease risk assessment and prevention in blood donors
BACKGROUND: Blood centers have implemented public health initiatives, including cardiovascular disease (CVD) screening, to improve donor and community health and serve as an incentive to donate.
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Nivel de formación en nutrición de médicos intensivistas: Encuesta en hospitales públicos de Asunción
Nutritional support in the critically ill patient is animportant mainstay within the specialty of intensive care medicine. Patients at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are usually hypercatabolic andExpand
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The integration of high-throughput testing of blood donors for cardiovascular disease risk assessment and prevention.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Some blood centers provide health screening as a public health measure and to encourage donation. The goal of the current study was to provide cardiovascular disease (CVD)Expand
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[Degree of nutritional training of intensive care physicians. A survey in public hospitals of Asunción].
UNLABELLED Nutritional support in the critically ill patient is an important mainstay within the specialty of intensive care medicine. Patients at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are usuallyExpand
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A Randomized Trial of a Group‐Based Integrative Medicine Approach Compared to Waitlist Control on Irritable Bowel Syndrome Symptoms in Adults
Introduction: Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a chronic debilitating functional gastrointestinal disorder that affects a large proportion of the general population. Dietary and mind‐body approachesExpand
Donor incentives improve cardiovascular disease risk profile and donation rates
Blood centers may offer point‐based reward systems or cardiovascular disease (CVD) screening to incentivize donors. However, combining these incentives to improve CVD risk and blood donation ratesExpand