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  • Patient Perspectives on Declining to Participate in Home-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation: A MIXED-METHODS STUDY. [Journal Article]
    J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev 2020Schopfer DW, Nicosia FM, … Whooley MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: We identified that most patients declining to participate in a home-based CR program did not understand the benefits and rationale for CR. This could be related to the timing of the consultation or presentation method. Many patients also indicated that competing life priorities prevented their participation. Modifications in the consultation process and efforts to accommodate personal barriers may improve participation.
  • Patient perceptions on mesh use in hernia repair: A prospective, questionnaire-based study. [Journal Article]
    Surgery 2020AlMarzooqi R, Petro C, … Rosen M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the high penetration of non-medical information in the population before presentation for medical care, most patients overall do not seem to be opposed to the concept of the use of mesh in a hernia repair, but there are certain factors associated with aversion to the use of mesh that physicians should acknowledge and should address this potential issue.
  • Evening chronotype as a discrete clinical subphenotype in bipolar disorder. [Journal Article]
    J Affect Disord 2020; 266:556-562Romo-Nava F, Blom TJ, … McElroy SL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Limitations include a cross-sectional study design that precludes establishing causality. Analyses did not control for medication use. Younger participant age may prevent evaluation of associations with late-life illnesses.Evening chronotype may be a discrete clinical subphenotype in BD and circadian dysfunction a shared pathophysiological mechanism between psychopathology and medical morbidity.
  • The colon cancer screening behaviours survey for South Asians: a pilot study of feasibility and psychometric evaluation. [Journal Article]
    J Patient Rep Outcomes 2020; 4(1):12Crawford J, Morfaw F, … Frisina A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Recruitment and data collection methods are feasible among South Asians if functionality of the tablet selected is improved. The Colon Cancer Screening Behaviours Survey was finalized and retained items in sub-scales demonstrated good psychometric properties to assess behaviours for colon cancer screening among South Asians in Canada. The interviewer-led survey may be used by public health, cancer care or other health practitioners to describe or predict colorectal cancer screening behaviours among South Asians in similar settings or adapted and tested in other contexts.
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