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Risk of injury in elite football played on artificial turf versus natural grass: a prospective two-cohort study
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No evidence of a greater risk of injury was found when football was played on artificial turf compared with natural grass, but the higher incidence of ankle sprain on Artificial turf warrants further attention, although this result should be interpreted with caution as the number of ankle sprains was low. Expand
Injury and illness definitions and data collection procedures for use in epidemiological studies in Athletics (track and field): Consensus statement
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This consensus statement provides definitions and methodological guidance for epidemiological studies in Athletics to define health-related incidents (injuries and illnesses) and the criteria for recording their nature, cause and severity. Expand
Are female students in general and nursing students more ready for teamwork and interprofessional collaboration in healthcare?
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The results imply that study of other factors, such as the student's personality, is needed for fully understanding readiness for teamwork and interprofessional collaboration in healthcare, and indicates some directions for more successful interprofessional education. Expand
Injury patterns in Swedish elite athletics: annual incidence, injury types and risk factors
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The injury incidence among both youth and adult elite athletics athletes is high and a training load index combing hours and intensity and a history of severe injury the previous year were predictors for injury. Expand
Health Professionals’ Attitudes Towards Using a Web 2.0 Portal for Child and Adolescent Diabetes Care: Qualitative Study
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Experienced clinical practitioners working in diabetes teams exhibited positive attitudes towards a Web 2.0 portal tailored for young patients with type 1 diabetes and their parents, and the study highlights the need for efforts to educate clinical practitioners in the use of Web publishing, social networking, and other Web2.0 resources. Expand
Health Information System Implementation: A Qualitative Meta-analysis
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It is found that merely implementing an HIS will not automatically increase organizational efficiency and strategic, tactical, and operational actions have to be taken into consideration, including management involvement, integration in healthcare workflow, establishing compatibility between software and hardware and, most importantly, user involvement, education and training. Expand
Third generation participatory design in health informatics - Making user participation applicable to large-scale information system projects
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A renewed PD framework was developed in response to six major limitations experienced to be associated with the existing methods, which preserves the theoretical grounding, but extends the toolbox to suit applications in networked health service organizations. Expand
Rock climbing injury rates and associated risk factors in a general climbing population
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The multivariate analysis showed that overweight and practicing bouldering generally implied an increased primary injury risk, while there was a higher re‐injury risk among male climbers and a lower risk among the older climbers. Expand
A model for interpreting work and information management in process-oriented healthcare organisations
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A model was developed of care practitioners' daily work in process-oriented organisations and shows that clinical work was deeply integrated; the care activities were dependent on supply activities and tightly connected to management routines. Expand
Mobile-based intervention intended to stop obesity in preschool-aged children: the MINISTOP randomized controlled trial.
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This mHealth obesity prevention study in preschool-aged children found no difference between the intervention and control group for FMI, however, the intervention group showed a considerably higher postintervention composite score than the control group, especially in children with a higher FMI. Expand
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