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  • Getting the right balance: insole design alters the static balance of people with diabetes and neuropathy. [Journal Article]
  • JFJ Foot Ankle Res 2016; 9:40
  • Paton J, Glasser S, … Marsden J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Insoles have an effect on static balance but not stepping reaction time. This effect is independent of neuropathy severity. The addition of a textured cover seems to counter the negative effect of an arch fill, even in participants with severe sensation loss. Static balance is unaffected by material softness or resilience. Current best practice of providing offloading insoles, with arch fill, to increase contact area and reduce peak pressure could be making people more unstable. Whilst flat, soft insoles maybe the preferable design option for those with poor balance. There is a need to develop an offloading insole that can reduce diabetic foot ulcer risk, without compromising balance.
  • At the Crossroads: The Health and Welfare of New Mothers. [Journal Article]
  • CNContemp Nurse 2016 Oct 14; :1-42
  • Garvan J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The related health services have been historically concerned with infant health while turning an eye to the physical recovery of the mother. There is a need for these services to be reviewed and a basis set out for universal program content that includes focus on the social and cultural context and the mother/infant connection.
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