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(Addison's disease)
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  • Development and Validation of the Coeliac Disease Food Attitudes and Behaviours Scale. [Journal Article]
  • GRGastroenterol Res Pract 2018; 2018:6930269
  • Satherley RM, Howard R, Higgs S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The CD-FAB is a reliable and valid measure of food attitudes and behaviours in coeliac disease. As a new disease-specific instrument, it may be a useful tool for evaluating food concerns in individuals with coeliac disease in a clinical setting and for further exploring the development of disordered eating patterns in coeliac disease. Further research is required to assess the full potential of the CD-FAB.
  • Reduced Slow-Wave Sleep and Altered Diurnal Cortisol Rhythms in Patients with Addison's Disease. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Endocrinol 2018 Aug 14
  • Henry M, Ross IL, Thomas KGF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overall, these results suggest that patients with AD demonstrate different patterns of night-time cortisol concentrations to healthy controls, and that relatively elevated concentrations are associated with a reduction of SWS. These hormonal and sleep architectural aberrations may disrupt the routine sleep-dependent processes of memory consolidation, and hence may explain, at least partially, the memory impairments often experienced by patients with AD.
  • Empathy Training Through Symptom Burden Simulation. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Hosp Palliat Care 2018 Aug 13; :1049909118793113
  • Addison P, Morley C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Ninety-eight percent of the new employees found their experience in the workshop to dramatically positively affect their empathy levels and consequently formulate compassionate responses to patient situations based on their experiences of feeling empathy during the training.
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