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Flexor Injury Rehabilitation Splint Trial (FIRST): protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing three splints for finger flexor tendon repairs (2024)
Journal Article
Bamford, E., Berntsson, H., Beale, S., Desoysa, L., Dias, J., Hamer-Kiwacz, S., …Drummond, A. (2024). Flexor Injury Rehabilitation Splint Trial (FIRST): protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing three splints for finger flexor tendon repairs. Trials, 25(1), Article 193. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-024-08013-z

Background: Without surgical repair, flexor tendon injuries do not heal and patients’ ability to bend fingers and grip objects is impaired. However, flexor tendon repair surgery also requires optimal rehabilitation. There are currently three custom-m... Read More about Flexor Injury Rehabilitation Splint Trial (FIRST): protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing three splints for finger flexor tendon repairs.

Implementing internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy (moodgym) for African students with symptoms of low mood during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative feasibilty study (2024)
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Ncheka, J. M., Menon, J. A., Davies, E. B., Paul, R., Mwaba, S. O. C., Mudenda, J., …Glazebrook, C. (2024). Implementing internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy (moodgym) for African students with symptoms of low mood during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative feasibilty study. BMC Psychiatry, 24(1), Article 92. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-024-05542-4

Background: Online therapies have been shown to be effective in improving students’ mental health. They are cost-effective and therefore have particular advantages in low-income countries like Zambia where mental health resources are limited. This st... Read More about Implementing internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy (moodgym) for African students with symptoms of low mood during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative feasibilty study.

Co-Design of a Reusable Learning Object (RLO) to Address Caregiver Responsive Infant Feeding Behaviours (CRIB) to Prevent Childhood Obesity: A Mixed-Method Protocol (2023)
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Porter, L., Matvienko-Sikar, K., Wharrad, H., Spiby, H., Siriwardena, A. N., Howitt, C., …Redsell, S. (2024). Co-Design of a Reusable Learning Object (RLO) to Address Caregiver Responsive Infant Feeding Behaviours (CRIB) to Prevent Childhood Obesity: A Mixed-Method Protocol. Healthcare, 12(1), Article 29. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare12010029

Responsive infant feeding is a key strategy for childhood obesity prevention. Responsive feeding involves caregivers responding to infant hunger and satiety cues in a timely and developmentally appropriate manner. There is a dearth of evidence-based... Read More about Co-Design of a Reusable Learning Object (RLO) to Address Caregiver Responsive Infant Feeding Behaviours (CRIB) to Prevent Childhood Obesity: A Mixed-Method Protocol.

Social reintegration of fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria: A case for rehabilitation (2023)
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Degge, H. M., Olorunsaiye, C. Z., Laurenson, M., Hayter, M., Behera, D., & Behera, M. R. (2023). Social reintegration of fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria: A case for rehabilitation. Health Care for Women International, https://doi.org/10.1080/07399332.2023.2283424

Obstetric fistula remains one of the neglected forms of chronic maternal morbidity that occurs mainly in low- and middle-income countries. We explored the rehabilitation and reintegration experiences of 15 fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria.... Read More about Social reintegration of fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria: A case for rehabilitation.

Knowledge and practice of complementary feeding among mothers in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania: Community-based cross-sectional study (2023)
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Sichalwe, M. M., Ranjan Behera, M., Behera, D., Kumar Dehury, R., & Degge, H. (2023). Knowledge and practice of complementary feeding among mothers in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania: Community-based cross-sectional study. Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health, 24, Article 101430. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cegh.2023.101430

Introduction This study examines mothers' complementary feeding (CF) knowledge and practices for children aged 6–24 months, highlighting links to adverse health outcomes and childhood malnutrition from both delayed and early CF initiation (before si... Read More about Knowledge and practice of complementary feeding among mothers in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania: Community-based cross-sectional study.

Journey for a cure: Illness narratives of obstetric fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria (2023)
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Degge, H. M., Laurenson, M., W. Dumbili, E., Saxby, H., & Hayter, M. (2024). Journey for a cure: Illness narratives of obstetric fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria. Sociology of Health & Illness, 46(3), 437-456. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.13715

Obstetric fistula is a life transforming event resulting in embodied biographical disruption. Survivors suffer myriad long-term physical and emotional consequences. This paper is an account of a narrative inquiry, conducted with 15 fistula survivors... Read More about Journey for a cure: Illness narratives of obstetric fistula survivors in North Central Nigeria.

Fatigue in stroke survivors: a 5-year follow-up of the Fall study of Gothenburg (2023)
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Schnitzer, L., Hansson, P., Samuelsson, C. M., Drummond, A., & Persson, C. U. (2023). Fatigue in stroke survivors: a 5-year follow-up of the Fall study of Gothenburg. Journal of Neurology, 270, 4812-4819. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00415-023-11812-0

Longer term knowledge of post-stroke fatigue (PSF) is limited. Our aim was to describe the prevalence of, and to identify baseline predictors associated with, PSF 5 years after stroke. We undertook a follow-up of stroke survivors from the 504 consecu... Read More about Fatigue in stroke survivors: a 5-year follow-up of the Fall study of Gothenburg.

Assessing the Contraceptive Attitudes of US-Born and Foreign-Born Black Women Living in the USA: a Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study (2023)
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Olorunsaiye, C. Z., Brunner Huber, L. R., Degge, H. M., Yada, F. N., & Yusuf, K. K. (2024). Assessing the Contraceptive Attitudes of US-Born and Foreign-Born Black Women Living in the USA: a Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 11(2), 874-884. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-023-01569-7

Background Racially and ethnically marginalized US women experience unintended pregnancy at twice the rate of White women. Understanding contraceptive attitudes can help identify women at increased risk of contraceptive non-use and unintended pregna... Read More about Assessing the Contraceptive Attitudes of US-Born and Foreign-Born Black Women Living in the USA: a Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study.

Eliciting Co-Creation Best Practices of Virtual Reality Reusable e-Resources (2023)
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Antoniou, P. E., Pears, M., Schiza, E. C., Frangoudes, F., Pattichis, C. S., Wharrad, H., …Konstantinidis, S. T. (2023). Eliciting Co-Creation Best Practices of Virtual Reality Reusable e-Resources. Virtual Worlds, 2(1), 75-89. https://doi.org/10.3390/virtualworlds2010005

Immersive experiential technologies find fertile grounds to grow and support healthcare education. Virtual, Augmented, or Mixed reality (VR/AR/MR) have proven to be impactful in both the educational and the affective state of the healthcare student’s... Read More about Eliciting Co-Creation Best Practices of Virtual Reality Reusable e-Resources.

Factors influencing COVID-19 health protective behaviours in Zambian university students with symptoms of low mood (2023)
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Ncheka, J. M., Menon, J. A., Davies, E. B., Paul, R., Mwaba, S. O. C., Mudenda, J., …Glazebrook, C. (2023). Factors influencing COVID-19 health protective behaviours in Zambian university students with symptoms of low mood. BMC Public Health, 23(1), Article 336. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-023-15073-4

Background Health protective behaviours are crucial in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19, particularly in university students who typically live and study in large groups. Depression and anxiety are common in students and can impact young peo... Read More about Factors influencing COVID-19 health protective behaviours in Zambian university students with symptoms of low mood.