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Accounting for EBM: notions of evidence in medicine.
  • H. Lambert
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Social science & medicine
  • 1 June 2006
This paper takes as a focus of anthropological enquiry the set of techniques and practices for the appraisal and clinical application of research evidence that has become known as evidence-basedExpand
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Comparison of vitamin D2 and vitamin D3 supplementation in raising serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D status: a systematic review and meta-analysis123
Background: Currently, there is a lack of clarity in the literature as to whether there is a definitive difference between the effects of vitamins D2 and D3 in the raising of serum 25-hydroxyvitaminExpand
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"Showing roughness in a beautiful way": talk about love, coercion, and rape in South African youth sexual culture.
Sexual violence within as well as outside sexual relationships has far-reaching public health and human rights implications and is a continuing focus of popular debate, media coverage, and researchExpand
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The limits of behaviour change theory: Condom use and contexts of HIV risk in the Kolkata sex industry
This paper uses ethnographic data from a sex workers' HIV project in India to consider the appropriateness of individual, social/group and structural theories of health behaviour when applied toExpand
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“Injuries are Beyond Love”: Physical Violence in Young South Africans' Sexual Relationships
South Africa's complex social and political history has produced conditions for interpersonal violence of multiple kinds to flourish. Violence experienced by girls and young women, including withinExpand
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Cost effectiveness analysis of different approaches of screening for familial hypercholesterolaemia
Abstract Objectives: To assess the cost effectiveness of strategies to screen for and treat familial hypercholesterolaemia. Design: Cost effectiveness analysis. A care pathway for each patient wasExpand
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The mortality divide in India: the differential contributions of gender, caste, and standard of living across the life course.
OBJECTIVES We investigated the contributions of gender, caste, and standard of living to inequalities in mortality across the life course in India. METHODS We conducted a multilevel cross-sectionalExpand
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Recognising and responding to suicidal crisis within family and social networks: qualitative study
Objective To shed light on the difficulties faced by relatives, friends, and colleagues in interpreting signs of suicidality and deciding whether and how to intervene. Design Qualitative study ofExpand
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Anthropology in health research: from qualitative methods to multidisciplinarity
As a response to concerns about the standard of qualitative research, attention has focused on the methods used. However, this may constrain the direction and content of qualitative studiesExpand
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Suicide communication events: lay interpretation of the communication of suicidal ideation and intent.
Previous research has shown that a majority of people communicate their suicidal ideas and intent prior to the act of suicide, but very little is known about the way in which these suicideExpand
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