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  • Mental health and offending in older people: Future directions for research. [Review]
    Crim Behav Ment Health 2019Parrott JM, Houben FR, … MacInnes DL
  • CONCLUSIONS: The older population in prisons and secure settings is growing, and there is much concern as to how far facilities and services have been able to identify and meet the mental health needs of those of older age. Cooperation between researchers and services and between disciplines will be essential if we are to secure a more robust evidence base in this respect. Engaging service users in such research and considering the whole criminal justice pathway including diversion remains a priority.
  • Community-based exercise programs for cancer survivors: a scoping review of practice-based evidence. [Review]
    Support Care Cancer 2019Covington KR, Hidde MC, … Leach HJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Community-based exercise programs are effective for improving QOL in adult cancer survivors. Recommendations are provided to improve reporting across RE-AIM dimensions, which is an important step to enhance the scalability of programs and thus, the potential for exercise to be fully integrated into system-level standard care for cancer survivors.Community-based exercise programs are a resource to improve QOL for adult cancer survivors.
  • A Metabolomics-Inspired Strategy for the Identification of Protein Covalent Modifications. [Journal Article]
    Front Chem 2019; 7:532Nunes J, Charneira C, … Antunes AMM
  • Identification of protein covalent modifications (adducts) is a challenging task mainly due to the lack of data processing approaches for adductomics studies. Despite the huge technological advances in mass spectrometry (MS) instrumentation and bioinformatics tools for proteomics studies, these methodologies have very limited success on the identification of low abundant protein adducts. Herein w…
  • Dietary management of neurogenic bowel in adults with spinal cord injury: an integrative review of literature. [Journal Article]
    Disabil Rehabil 2019; :1-12Yeung HY, Iyer P, … Nicholson M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Given the low level of evidence and paucity of data on dietary management of neurogenic bowel, the efficacy of dietary strategies (alone or in combination with others) in managing neurogenic bowel cannot be substantiated from the studies identified. Therefore, more robust studies are warranted to bridge this gap. IMPLICATIONS FOR REHABILITATION Consumption of ∼15 g dietary fibre is shown to be beneficial in managing neurogenic bowel in SCI. Further research is required to strengthen evidence for fibre recommendations and investigating the potential benefits of traditional and non-traditional dietary approaches.
  • Hybrid foraging search in younger and older age. [Journal Article]
    Psychol Aging 2019Wiegand I, Seidel C, Wolfe J
  • In hybrid foraging tasks, observers search visual displays, so called patches, for multiple instances of any of several types of targets with the goal of collecting targets as quickly as possible. Here, targets were photorealistic objects. Younger and older adults collected targets by mouse clicks. They could move to the next patch whenever they decided to do so. The number of targets held in mem…
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