Peter Ward

3Geraint A. Tarling
2Gabriele Stowasser
2Martin A. Collins
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BACKGROUND Maintaining adequate supplies of anti-malarial medicines at the health facility level in rural sub-Saharan Africa is a major barrier to effective management of the disease. Lack of visibility of anti-malarial stock levels at the health facility level is an important contributor to this problem. METHODS A 21-week pilot study, 'SMS for Life', was(More)
— A database supporting multiple versions of records may use the versions to support queries of the past or to increase concurrency by enabling reads and writes to be concurrent. We introduce a new concurrency control approach that enables all SQL isolation levels including serializability to utilize multiple versions to increase concurrency while also(More)
  • Marcin F Osuchowski, Daniel G Remick, James A Lederer, Charles H Lang, Ansgar O Aasen, Mayuki Aibiki +21 others
  • 2014
Many preclinical studies in critical care medicine and related disciplines rely on hypothesis-driven research in mice. The underlying premise posits that mice sufficiently emulate numerous pathophysiologic alterations produced by trauma/sepsis and can serve as an experimental platform for answering clinically relevant questions. Recently, the lay press(More)
INTRODUCTION The basal ganglia are interconnected with cortical areas involved in behavioural, cognitive and emotional processes, in addition to movement regulation. Little is known about which of these functions are associated with individual basal ganglia substructures. METHODS Pubmed was searched for literature related to behavioural, cognitive and(More)
(2015) Consumer-focused supply chains : a cross-case comparison of medicine appeal and acceptance in India, Uganda and Nigeria. Working Copyright and reuse: The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) makes this work by researchers of the University of Warwick available open access under the following conditions. Copyright © and all moral rights to the(More)
OBJECTIVES To explore the relationship between academic performance, extracurricular activity, and quality of life at medical school in the UK to aid our understanding of students' work-life balance. METHODS A cross-sectional study, using an electronic questionnaire distributed to UK final year medical students across 20 medical schools (4478 students).(More)