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Dentists and eating disorders--knowledge, attitudes, management and experience.
The aims of the present study were to explore the level of knowledge and attitudes among dentists in relation to patients with eating disorders (ED) and evaluate the extent to which patients with EDExpand
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Simulation‐based team training improved the self‐assessed ability of physicians, nurses and midwives to perform neonatal resuscitation
The use of simulation‐based team training in neonatal resuscitation has increased in Sweden during the last decade, but no formal evaluation of this training method has been performed. This studyExpand
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Comparison of a high and a low intensity smoking cessation intervention in a dentistry setting in Sweden – a randomized trial
BackgroundTobacco is still the number one life style risk factor for ill health and premature death and also one of the major contributors to oral problems and diseases. Dentistry may be a potentialExpand
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Endodontic surgery with and without inserts of bioactive glass PerioGlas®—a clinical and radiographic follow-up
ObjectiveThis study evaluated the use of bioactive glass, PerioGlas®, after retrograde filling with Super EBA™ cement in the treatment of periapical bone destruction.Study designHealing outcomes wereExpand
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Effectiveness of proactive and reactive services at the Swedish National Tobacco Quitline in a randomized trial
BackgroundThe Swedish National Tobacco Quitline (SNTQ), which has both a proactive and a reactive service, has successfully provided tobacco cessation support since 1998. As there is a demand for anExpand
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Long-term follow-up of a high- and a low-intensity smoking cessation intervention in a dental setting– a randomized trial
BackgroundAchieving lifelong tobacco abstinence is an important public health goal. Most studies use 1-year follow-ups, but little is known about how good these are as proxies for long-term andExpand
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Comparison of the cost-effectiveness of a high- and a low-intensity smoking cessation intervention in Sweden: a randomized trial.
OBJECTIVE To assess the relative cost-effectiveness of a high-intensity treatment (HIT) and a low-intensity treatment (LIT) for smoking cessation. METHODS The societal and health care perspectiveExpand
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Non-responders in a quitline evaluation are more likely to be smokers – a drop-out and long-term follow-up study of the Swedish National Tobacco Quitline
BackgroundA previous randomized controlled trial (RCT) of the Swedish National Tobacco Quitline detected no significant differences in smoking cessation outcomes between proactive and reactiveExpand
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Self-perceived ability to cope with stress and depressive mood without smoking predicts successful smoking cessation 12 months later in a quitline setting: a secondary analysis of a randomized trial
BackgroundTelephone-based smoking cessation services (‘quitlines’) are both effective and cost-effective. Knowledge of modifiable baseline factors in real-life settings with heterogeneousExpand
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Association between depressive symptoms and parental stress among mothers and fathers in early parenthood: A Swedish cohort study
Abstract Aim To determine whether there is an association between depressive symptoms and parental stress among mothers and fathers during early parenthood in Sweden. Methods In this study, 401Expand
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