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  • Latest Developments in Post-Mortem Fetal Imaging. [Review]
    Prenat Diagn 2019Shelmerdine SC, Hutchinson JC, … Sebire NJ
  • A sustained decline in parental consent rates for perinatal autopsies has driven the development of less-invasive methods for death investigation. A wide variety of imaging modalities have been developed for this purpose and include post-mortem whole body MRI, ultrasound, CT and micro-focus CT techniques. These are also vital for 'minimally invasive' methods which include potential for tissue sam…
  • A Practical Guide to Cluster Randomized Trials in School Health Research. [Journal Article]
    J Sch Health 2019Goesling B
  • CONCLUSIONS: School health researchers can take several practical steps to ensure the availability of high-quality research evidence and meet the growing demands for evidence and accountability in education policy and programming. These steps include selecting the right research design for the intervention and evaluation setting, identifying appropriate sample definitions and analysis methods, and developing appropriate procedures for gathering parental permission and student assent.
  • Protect us from ourselves: Balancing the parental instinct of saving. [Journal Article]
    Nurs Ethics 2019; :969733019871691Ursin L, Syltern J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The perceived parental instinct of saving the life of their child makes it hard for parents to step away from a call for 'everything to be done'. Involvement of an interprofessional periviability team drawing on the experiences and viewpoints of nurses and neonatologists in decision-making is needed to protect both infants and parents against undue parental push for treatment and enable parents to make good decisions regarding their child.
  • Celecoxib as a Potential Treatment for Intractable Lymphatic Malformation. [Journal Article]
    Pediatrics 2019; 144(3)Imamura M, Okamoto Y, … Kawano Y
  • Lymphatic malformation (LM) is a congenital disorder resulting from an abnormal development of lymphatic vessels. LM may result in problems of cosmesis and functional impairment, including airway compression. An 11-year-old girl was referred to our department with increasing dysphagia caused by a large left cervical LM with a long history of treatment. Because of the LM location, surgical resecti…
  • Minimally invasive autopsy for fetuses and children based on a combination of post-mortem MRI and endoscopic examination: a feasibility study. [Journal Article]
    Health Technol Assess 2019; 23(46):1-104Lewis C, Hutchinson JC, … Sebire NJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: A key limitation of the empirical research is that it is hypothetical. Further research is required to determine actual uptake. Furthermore, because of the retrospective nature of the autopsy data set, findings regarding the likely contribution of organ sampling to final diagnosis are based on extrapolation of findings from historical autopsies, and prospective data collection is required to validate the conclusions.LIA is viable and acceptable (except for unexplained deaths), and likely to increase uptake. Further health economic, performance and implementation studies are required to determine the optimal service configuration required to offer this as routine clinical care.
  • Exploring Barriers: How to Overcome Roadblocks Impeding the Provision of Postabortion Care to Young People in Togo. [Journal Article]
    Glob Health Sci Pract 2019; 7(Suppl 2):S342-S349Mugore S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Training providers to offer AFPAC along with the application of OPQ to improve the quality of PAC increases voluntary contraceptive uptake, including implants, among youth who make up a substantial portion of all PAC clients. Incorporating AFPAC in family planning/reproductive health policies, norms, protocols, and PAC training, as Togo's DSMI/PF did, is an important element to ensuring institutionalization of the practice.
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