Sarah Elizabeth Dean

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BACKGROUND/AIMS Amblyopia is the most common condition affecting visual acuity in childhood. Left untreated it will not resolve itself, leading to increased risk of blindness. Occluding the good eye with a patch is a highly effective treatment if carried out before age 7 years but compliance is a major problem. This systematic review addresses the question:(More)
This article aims to assist inpatient rehabilitation clinicians to choose appropriate measures. Emphasis is given to measurement processes and interpretation. The authors provide examples of measures commonly reported for five rehabilitation diagnostic groups: stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis and cardio-respiratory(More)
Workplace stress is high among healthcare professionals (HCPs) and is associated with reduced psychological health, quality of care and patient satisfaction. This systematic review and meta-analysis reviews evidence on the effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) for reducing stress in HCPs. A systematic literature search was conducted.(More)
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