R. A. Broughton

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OBJECTIVES Problems such as hospital malnutrition (∼40% prevalence in the UK) may be managed better by improving the nutrition education of 'tomorrow's doctors'. The Need for Nutrition Education Programme aimed to measure the effectiveness and acceptability of an educational intervention on nutrition for medical students in the clinical phase of their(More)
Background/Discussion: The DSM-5 was published in May 2013 after six years of literature reviews, input from experts, field trials, secondary data analyses, and public commentary. Changes were guided by clinical utility (e.g., decreasing diagnosis of over-inclusive diagnoses; drawing attention to under-recognized conditions; reducing stigma); research(More)
For peer review only-ABSTRACT Objectives: Problems such as hospital malnutrition (~40% prevalence in UK) may be managed better by improving the nutrition education of 'tomorrow's doctors'. The Need for Nutrition Education Programme (NNEdPro) aimed to measure the effectiveness and acceptability of an educational intervention on nutrition for medical students(More)
We present an approach for enriching a Virtual Environment by augmenting it with the kind of naturalistic clutter often found in real-world scenes. Rather than manually specifying clutter distribution, our semi-automatic procedural approach seeks to add plausible clutter with minimal user-interaction, and few constraints on the format in which the Virtual(More)
The concept of psychogenic epilepsy was recently revived by Sartre (L'Idiot de la Famille, 1971-2) in relation to Gustave Flaubert's epilepsy, which he believed was secondary to hysterical neurosis and not due to a cerebral lesion. A detailed clinical description of Gustave Flaubert's personal and medical history from birth to death is provided. The(More)
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