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Cuba: The Impact of the Cuban Revolution
Universal access and continent-leading results have frequently led external observers to idealise education in socialist Cuba. Such narratives tend to place at their core the ‘Year of Education’ (1961), in which popular ...
Social media impacts the relation between interpersonal conflict and job performance
Previous research has predominantly focused on the effects of cognitive and emotional reactions on the relation between interpersonal conflict and job performance. The effects of behavioral reactions, however, have been ...
Post-traumatic stress disorder and the role of resilience, social support, anxiety and depression after the Jiuzhaigou earthquake: A structural equation model
This is the first study to investigate the mechanism of Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after the 2017 7.0 Ritcher scale Jiuzhaigou earthquake. In order to identify the mechanism underling interactions among different ...
Development and Validation of an In‐Line API Quantification Method Using AQbD Principles Based on UV‐Vis Spectroscopy to Monitor and Optimise Continuous Hot Melt Extrusion Process
A key principle of developing a new medicine is that quality should be built in, with a thorough understanding of the product and the manufacturing process supported by appropriate process controls. Quality by design ...
Hyperhidrosis Priority Setting Partnership: the top 10 research priorities for management and treatment of hyperhidrosis.
Hyperhidrosis is a common skin condition characterised by abnormal levels of sweating, and affects 1 -3 % of the population. It can cause both physical problems and psychological distress, and significantly affect quality ...
Attitudes to weight management in the South Asian population
The benefits of getting involved in a Priority Setting Partnership
Introduction Priority Setting Partnerships (PSPs) bring together patients, carers and healthcare professionals to have an equal say in identifying questions which cannot currently be answered by research. The aim is to ...
Analysis of the final workshop for the Priority Setting Partnership for hyperhidrosis
Introduction Hyperhidrosis is characterised by excessive sweating, and affects ~3% of the population. It can significantly affect quality of life. However, many people with hyperhidrosis don’t seek medical help due to the ...
Giving birth in water in England; a National retrospective cohort study of factors associated with its use in 50,482 women
(Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecogy, 2019-06-17)