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Electromyographic reliability and analysis of selected lower extremity muscles during lateral step-up conditions.
Intrasession reliability was higher than intersession reliability, but similar conclusions were reached concerning muscle recruitment in both testing situations, and VMO:VL ratios varied tremendously in a group of asymptomatic subjects, which challenges the theory of a "normal" V MO:VL ratio of 1:1 in asymPTomatic subjects.
Clinical placements in residential care facilities part 1: positive experiences
Barriers to teaching and learning while on clinical placement were identified and categorised into a number of key themes and a lack of clarity of the placement structure, inadequate clinical liaison support, and limited contact with residents and facility staff were identified.
An investigation of nursing students' knowledge of dementia: A questionnaire study.
Prioritising the development of paramedic students’ interpersonal skills
Analysis of residential-aged care clinical placements undertaken by undergraduate paramedic students participating in the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre's ‘Teaching Aged Care Facilities Program’ found that students benefited from the placement in terms of developing their interpersonal skills.
Scaling up human resources for women’s health
- A. Falconer, E. Crisp, C. Warwick, F. Day‐Stirk
- MedicineBJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and…
- 4 September 2009
The Royal College of Obstetritians and Gynaecologists has launched a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of women’s health and the role of medical education in the birthing process.
The role of advance care planning in end-of-life care for residents of aged care facilities
Advance Care Planning can lead to avoidance of non-essential hospital transfers and their inherent risks and is likely to facilitate a dignified, peaceful death in familiar surroundings for nursing home residents, averting medical interventions which may cause needless pain and prolonged suffering.
Investigating why young people from vulnerable communities are more likely to present to the emergency department with non-urgent conditions