Ebipade Williams

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The claim that impulsiveness associated with hyperactivity is the result of deficits in inhibition of responses over time was examined. The cognitive style of hyperactive children was studied under two conditions. As in previous studies hyperactive children appeared impulsive (i.e. gave shorter latencies and made more errors than controls) under conditions(More)
1. Questionnaires were mailed to child psychiatrists world wide to obtain more precise information on views and approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of childhood psychiatric disorders. 2. Results indicated important problems related to the management of child psychiatry practice both overseas and in Canada. 3. The choice of medication was frequently(More)
There has been much opposition, voiced most notably in the Tunbridge Report, to general-practitioner access to hospital rehabilitation services. Co-operation between general practitioners, physiotherapists, and the consultant with responsibility for the physiotherapy department at a general district hospital has provided an efficient open-access service.(More)
INTRODUCTION Prophylaxis is effective in reducing the number of bleeding episodes in patients with severe or moderately severe haemophilia A and B, including those with inhibitors. However, data, predominantly from observational studies, suggest more equivocal effects on health-related quality of life (HRQoL). AIM To examine the impact of prophylaxis on(More)