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Management of Shoulder Dystocia: Trends in Incidence and Maternal and Neonatal Morbidity
OBJECTIVE: To investigate trends in the incidence of shoulder dystocia, methods used to overcome the obstruction, and rates of maternal and neonatal morbidity. METHODS: Cases of shoulder dystocia andExpand
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Cerebral palsy rates among low-birthweight infants fell in the 1990s.
Using a population-based register, this study sought to ascertain changes in the rate and severity of cerebral palsy (CP) in a geographically defined area of the UK among infants weighing less thanExpand
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Variations in the orthotic management of cerebral palsy.
OBJECTIVE Anecdotal reports that children with cerebral palsy were provided different orthoses in two adjacent UK health districts were investigated using an observational comparative case study. Expand
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Secondary school teachers’ perspectives on teaching about topics that bridge science and religion
The question of where to locate teaching about the relationships between science and religion has produced a long-running debate. Currently, science and religious education (RE) are statutoryExpand
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Secondary students' responses to perceptions of the relationship between science and religion: Stances identified from an interview study
It has been argued that learning science may be complicated, and even compromised, when students hold worldviews that may seem at odds with what is presented in science lessons. In particular, inExpand
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Secondary School Students’ Epistemic Insight into the Relationships Between Science and Religion—A Preliminary Enquiry
A number of previous studies have shown that there is a widespread view among young people that science and religion are opposed. In this paper, we suggest that it requires a significant level ofExpand
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To What Extent Do Pupils Perceive Science to Be Inconsistent with Religious Faith? An Exploratory Survey of 13-14 Year-Old English Pupils.
Scientists hold a wide range of beliefs on matters of religion, although popular media coverage in the UK commonly suggests that atheism is a core commitment for scientists. Considering theExpand
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English secondary students’ thinking about the status of scientific theories: consistent, comprehensive, coherent and extensively evidenced explanations of aspects of the natural world – or just ‘an
Teaching about the nature of science (NOS) is seen as a priority for science education in many national contexts. The present paper focuses on one central issue in learning about NOS: understandingExpand
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