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INTRODUCTION Cardio-metabolic risk factors have been associated with poor physical and mental health. Epidemiological studies have shown peripheral risk markers to be associated with poor cognitive functioning in normal healthy population and in disease. The aim of the study was to explore the relationship between cardio-metabolic risk factors and cortical… (More)
BACKGROUND Treatment burden can be defined as the self-care practices that patients with chronic illness must perform to respond to the requirements of their healthcare providers, as well as the impact that these practices have on patient functioning and well being. Increasing levels of treatment burden may lead to suboptimal adherence and negative… (More)
A STUDY of the provision of critical care has revealed that the UK needs more than double the current number of intensive care and high- dependency beds.
The International Council of Nurses celebrated its centennial in London last week with a conference involving thousands of nurses from around the world. Nursing Standard's news team reports.
Library Classification One Hundred Years After Dewey We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. For one hundred years in claim and counterclaim we have developed what have seemed at times to be highly diverse and divergent lines of thought in the theory of… (More)
Previous studies have shown that gainfully employed individuals Background: with high work demands and low control at work (denoted “job strain”) are at increased risk of common mental disorders, including depression. Most existing studies have, however, measured depression using self-rated symptom scales that do not necessarily correspond to clinically… (More)