Larry Baxter

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BACKGROUND Scoping studies (or reviews) are a method used to comprehensively map evidence across a range of study designs in an area, with the aim of informing future research practice, programs and policy. However, no universal agreement exists on terminology, definition or methodological steps. Our aim was to understand the experiences of, and(More)
OBJECTIVE Our aim was to develop evidence-informed recommendations for rehabilitation with older adults living with HIV. DESIGN We conducted a knowledge synthesis, combining research evidence specific to HIV, rehabilitation and ageing, with evidence on rehabilitation interventions for common comorbidities experienced by older adults with HIV. METHODS We(More)
BACKGROUND HIV increasingly is experienced as a complex chronic illness where individuals are living longer with a range of physical, cognitive, mental and social health-related challenges associated with HIV, comorbidities and aging, a concept that may be termed 'disability'. Rehabilitation such as physical therapy and occupational therapy can help address(More)
This paper presents a capacitive sensor of current-mode where differential capacitors are used .For its design ,we use analog blocks such as current source and differential amplifier .By changing the value of differential capacitors,the output of the sensor becomes more linear wich leads to enhancing the precision of the sensor. This circuit is designed and(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study is to describe the collaborative development of a rehabilitation guide for people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) which was adapted from an online resource for clinicians. METHODS We adapted a comprehensive evidence-informed online clinical resource for people living with HIV using a three-phase(More)
BACKGROUND Involving community in development of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) can decrease the gap between patient preferences and research evidence. OBJECTIVE To incorporate meaningful participation of people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV; people living with HIV [PHAs]) in the development of evidence informed recommendations for(More)
BACKGROUND Web or Internet-based surveys are increasingly popular in health survey research. However, the strengths and challenges of Web-based surveys with people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are unclear. OBJECTIVE The aim of this article is to describe our experience piloting a cross-sectional, Web-based, self-administered survey with(More)
First computers became more visual, then they took a step further to understand vocal commands and now they have gone a step further and became ‘TOUCHY’, that is skin to screen.In this paper we will throw light on significance of touchscreen technology, its types, components, working of different touchscreens, their applications and a comparative study(More)
Track A: Basic Sciences / Volet A : Sciences fondamentales : Dr Matthias Götte Track B: Clinical Sciences / Volet B : Sciences cliniques : Dr Shariq Haider Track C: Epidemiology and Public Health Sciences / Volet C : Épidémiologie et sciences de la santé publique : Dr Marissa Becker Track D: Social Sciences / Volet D : Sciences sociales : Dr Saara Greene(More)
Despite evidence of the role of rehabilitation in the management of HIV related disability, few rehabilitation professionals work in HIV care. Barriers include a dearth of knowledge about potential roles of rehabilitation professionals and an absence of research evidence. This study evaluated the extent to which case-based emails with links to an online(More)