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Validation and Evaluation of Two Observational Pain Assessment Tools in a Trauma and Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit

Pain Res Manag Validation and evaluation of two observational pain assessment tools in a trauma and neurosurgical intensive care unit Jane Topolovec-Vranic Celine G?linas RN Yangmei Li Mary Ann

Validation and Evaluation of Two Observational Pain Assessment Tools in a Trauma and Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit

Pain Res Manag Validation and evaluation of two observational pain assessment tools in a trauma and neurosurgical intensive care unit Jane Topolovec-Vranic Celine G?linas RN Yangmei Li Mary Ann

Validation and Evaluation of Two Observational Pain Assessment Tools in a Trauma and Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit

Pain Res Manag Validation and evaluation of two observational pain assessment tools in a trauma and neurosurgical intensive care unit Jane Topolovec-Vranic Celine G?linas RN Yangmei Li Mary Ann

The contribution of gestational age, area deprivation and mother’s country of birth to ethnic variations in infant mortality in England and Wales: A national cohort study using routinely collected data

) consultation for this project and in particular for their guidance on the ethnic groupings to be used in this study. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Yangmei Li, Maria A. Quigley, Jennifer Hollowell ... . Data curation: Yangmei Li, Jennifer Hollowell. Formal analysis: Yangmei Li. Funding acquisition: Maria A. Quigley, Nirupa Dattani, Ron Gray, Hiranthi Jayaweera, Jennifer J. Kurinczuk, Alison Macfarlane

Women’s birth place preferences in the United Kingdom: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the quantitative literature

Yangmei Li 0 Reem Malouf 0 James Buchanan 1 0 Policy Research Unit in Maternal Health and Care, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford , Old

The Association between Cesarean Delivery on Maternal Request and Method of Newborn Feeding in China

Background Cesarean delivery has increased significantly during the last decades. This study aimed to investigate the association between planned mode of delivery and method of feeding. Methodology/Principal Findings A cohort was created retrospectively using data from a population-based maternal and child health surveillance system, which covers 27 study sites in China from 1993...