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Interventions to increase referral and uptake to pulmonary rehabilitation in people with COPD: a systematic review

Interventions to increase referral and uptake to pulmonary rehabilitation in people with COPD: a systematic review Frances Early,1 Ian Wellwood,2 Isla Kuhn,3 Christi Deaton,2 Jonathan Fuld1 1Centre

Change in skeletal muscle associated with unplanned hospital admissions in adult patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Hartley. Investigation: Peter Hartley, Patricia Costello, Rachel Fenner, Nathalie Gibbins, E?da?in Quinn, Isla Kuhn, Victoria L. Keevil, Roman Romero-Ortuno. 17 / 21 Methodology: Peter Hartley, Patricia ... Costello, Rachel Fenner, Isla Kuhn, Victoria L. Keevil, Roman Romero-Ortuno. Project administration: Peter Hartley. Supervision: Roman Romero-Ortuno. Validation: Nathalie Gibbins, E?da?in Quinn

Support needs of patients with COPD: a systematic literature search and narrative review

Support needs of patients with COPD: a systematic literature search and narrative review A Carole Gardener,1 Gail Ewing,2 Isla Kuhn,3 Morag Farquhar4 1Primary Care Unit, Department of Public Health

Barriers and Facilitators to the Uptake and Maintenance of Healthy Behaviours by People at Mid-Life: A Rapid Systematic Review

Background With an ageing population, there is an increasing societal impact of ill health in later life. People who adopt healthy behaviours are more likely to age successfully. To engage people in health promotion initiatives in mid-life, a good understanding is needed of why people do not undertake healthy behaviours or engage in unhealthy ones. Methods Searches were conducted...

Do Patients Want to Die at Home? A Systematic Review of the UK Literature, Focused on Missing Preferences for Place of Death

Background End-of-life care policy has a focus on enabling patients to die in their preferred place; this is believed for most to be home. This review assesses patient preferences for place of death examining: the extent of unreported preferences, the importance of patient factors (place of care and health diagnosis) and who reports preferences. Methods and Findings Systematic...

Behavioural Risk Factors in Mid-Life Associated with Successful Ageing, Disability, Dementia and Frailty in Later Life: A Rapid Systematic Review

Background Smoking, alcohol consumption, poor diet and low levels of physical activity significantly contribute to the burden of illness in developed countries. Whilst the links between specific and multiple risk behaviours and individual chronic conditions are well documented, the impact of these behaviours in mid-life across a range of later life outcomes has yet to be...

How are Treatment Decisions Made about Artificial Nutrition for Individuals at Risk of Lacking Capacity? A Systematic Literature Review

Background Worldwide, the number of individuals lacking the mental capacity to participate in decisions about their own healthcare is increasing. Due to the ageing global population and advancing medical treatments, there are now many more people living longer with neurological disorders, such as dementia, acquired brain injuries, and intellectual disabilities. Many of these...