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A systematic review of clinical guidelines on the management of acute, community-acquired CNS infections

. AffiliationsCentre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, Oxford, UKLouise Sigfrid, Amanda Rojek, James Lee, Gail Carson & Peter HorbyUniversity of North ... AuthorsSearch for Louise Sigfrid in:PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Chelsea Perfect in:PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Amanda Rojek in:PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Kajsa-Stina Longuere in:PubMed

Performance of different clinical trial designs to evaluate treatments during an epidemic

Health. PH and AR are supported by the Wellcome Trust of Great Britain (grant number 106491/Z/14/Z). Author Contributions Conceptualization: Matthias Brueckner, Andrew Titman, Thomas Jaki, Amanda Rojek ... , Peter Horby. Methodology: Matthias Brueckner, Andrew Titman, Thomas Jaki, Amanda Rojek, Peter Horby. Software: Matthias Brueckner. Supervision: Thomas Jaki. Writing ? original draft: Matthias

Modernising epidemic science: enabling patient-centred research during epidemics

Background Emerging and epidemic infectious disease outbreaks are a significant public health problem and global health security threat. As an outbreak begins, epidemiological investigations and traditional public health responses are generally mounted very quickly. However, patient-centred research is usually not prioritised when planning and enacting the response. Instead, the...

Development and Feasibility of a Smartphone, ECG and GPS Based System for Remotely Monitoring Exercise in Cardiac Rehabilitation

Background Despite its efficacy and cost-effectiveness, exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation is undertaken by less than one-third of clinically eligible cardiac patients in every country for which data is available. Reasons for non-participation include the unavailability of hospital-based rehabilitation programs, or excessive travel time and distance. For this reason, there...