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A novel approach for exploring climatic factors limiting current pest distributions: A case study of Bemisia tabaci in north-west Europe and assessment of potential future establishment in the United Kingdom under climate change

Conceptualization: Catherine D. Bradshaw, Deborah Hemming, Richard Baker. Data curation: Catherine D. Bradshaw. Formal analysis: Catherine D. Bradshaw, Richard Baker, Anastasia Korycinska. Funding acquisition ... : Deborah Hemming. Investigation: Catherine D. Bradshaw, Anastasia Korycinska. Methodology: Catherine D. Bradshaw, Deborah Hemming, Richard Baker. Project administration: Deborah Hemming, Richard Baker

The Academic Dress of the University of Hull From 1954 to the Present Day, Including the Hull-York Medical School from 2003

Transactions of the Burgon Society Medical School from 2003 Richard Baker Follow this and additional works at: http://newprairiepress.org/burgonsociety Recommended Citation - Article 4 The

Private Equity Goes Retail

Review: http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/crer/vol5/iss1/10 By Richard Kennedy and Richard Baker This paper was selected as the winner of the 2006 ING Clarion Most Outstanding Article Award. The past few ... . Richard Baker is Vice Chairman of National Realty & Development Corp, and President/CEO of NRDC Real Estate Advisors and NRDC Equity Partners. As of June 006, Private Equity Firms have provided investors

A qualitative study of the determinants of adherence to NICE falls guideline in managing older fallers attending an emergency department

BackgroundThe National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) 2004 Falls guideline was developed to improve the assessment and management of falls and prevention of future falls. However, adherence to the guideline can be poor. As emergency departments (EDs) are usually consulted by older adults (aged 65 and over) who experience a fall, they provide a setting in which...

A qualitative study of the determinants of adherence to NICE falls guideline in managing older fallers attending an emergency department

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) 2004 Falls guideline was developed to improve the assessment and management of falls and prevention of future falls. However, adherence to the guideline can be poor. As emergency departments (EDs) are usually consulted by older adults (aged 65 and over) who experience a fall, they provide a setting in which assessments...

Predicting the location of the hip joint centres, impact of age group and sex

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Exploration of population and practice characteristics explaining differences between practices in the proportion of hospital admissions that are emergencies

Chantelle Elizabeth Wiseman 1 Richard Baker 0 0 Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester , 22-28 Princess Rd West, Leicester, LE1 6TP , UK 1 FY1 in ITU at Nevill Hall hospital , Cardiff

Trends towards stronger primary care in three western European countries; 2006-2012

Background Strong primary care systems are believed to have an important role in dealing with healthcare challenges. Strengthening primary care systems is therefore a common policy goal for many countries. This study aims to investigate whether the Netherlands, the UK and Germany have strengthened their primary care systems in 2006-2012. Method For this cross-sectional study...

Exploration of population and practice characteristics explaining differences between practices in the proportion of hospital admissions that are emergencies

Emergency (unscheduled) and elective (scheduled) use of secondary care varies between practices. Past studies have described factors associated with the number of emergency admissions; however, high quality care of chronic conditions, which might include increased specialist referrals, could be followed by reduced unscheduled care. We sought to characterise practices according to...

Access, continuity of care and consultation quality: which best predicts urgent cancer referrals from general practice?

Rogers, Consultant in Public Health, Honorary Senior Lecturer Carolynn Gildea, Senior Cancer Intelligence Analyst David Meechan, Director for Knowledge and Intelligence (East Midlands) Richard Baker

Cluster randomised trial of a tailored intervention to improve the management of overweight and obesity in primary care in England

Background Tailoring is a frequent component of approaches for implementing clinical practice guidelines, although evidence on how to maximise the effectiveness of tailoring is limited. In England, overweight and obesity are common, and national guidelines have been produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. However, the guidelines are not routinely...

Cluster randomised trial of a tailored intervention to improve the management of overweight and obesity in primary care in England

Tailoring is a frequent component of approaches for implementing clinical practice guidelines, although evidence on how to maximise the effectiveness of tailoring is limited. In England, overweight and obesity are common, and national guidelines have been produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. However, the guidelines are not routinely followed in...

Organisation of services for people with cardiovascular disorders in primary care: transfer to primary care or to specialist-generalist multidisciplinary teams?

Background An ageing population and high levels of multimorbidity increase rates of GP and specialist consultations. Constraints on health care funding are leading to additional pressure for the adoption of safe and cost-effective alternatives to specialist care, in some cases by shifting services to primary care. Discussion In this paper we argue, having searched for evidence on...

Organisation of services for people with cardiovascular disorders in primary care: transfer to primary care or to specialist-generalist multidisciplinary teams?

An ageing population and high levels of multimorbidity increase rates of GP and specialist consultations. Constraints on health care funding are leading to additional pressure for the adoption of safe and cost-effective alternatives to specialist care, in some cases by shifting services to primary care. In this paper we argue, having searched for evidence on approaches to...

The use of instrumented gait analysis for individually tailored interdisciplinary interventions in children with cerebral palsy: a randomised controlled trial protocol

Background Children with cerebral palsy (CP) often have an altered gait. Orthopaedic surgery, spasticity management, physical therapy and orthotics are used to improve the gait. Interventions are individually tailored and are planned on the basis of clinical examinations and standardised measurements to assess walking (‘care as usual’). However, these measurements do not describe...

Attitudes toward Management of Sickle Cell Disease and Its Complications: A National Survey of Academic Family Physicians

Baker,3 Navkiran K. Shokar,4 and Mary M. Hulihan5 1Department of Health Services Research, Management and Policy, University of Florida, P.O. Box 100195, Gainesville, FL 32610, USA 2Department of

Attitudes toward Management of Sickle Cell Disease and Its Complications: A National Survey of Academic Family Physicians

Baker,3 Navkiran K. Shokar,4 and Mary M. Hulihan5 1Department of Health Services Research, Management and Policy, University of Florida, P.O. Box 100195, Gainesville, FL 32610, USA 2Department of