Standard multiple imputation of survey data didn't perform better than simple substitution in enhancing an administrative dataset: the example of self-rated health in England.
Persons living with HIV in sero-discordant partnerships experience improved HIV care engagement compared with persons living with HIV in sero-concordant partnerships: a cross-sectional analysis of four African countries.
Dietary habits and the presence and degree of asymptomatic diverticular disease by magnetic resonance imaging in a Western population: a population-based cohort study.
Dissecting systemic racism: policies, practices and epistemologies creating racialized systems of care for Indigenous peoples.
Investigating associations between COVID-19 mortality and population-level health and socioeconomic indicators in the United States: A modeling study.
Factors influencing smoking behaviour of online ride-hailing drivers in China: a cross-sectional analysis.
Media framing of emergency departments: a call to action for nurses and other health care providers.
Health and socio-demographic implications of the Covid-19 second pandemic wave in Israel, compared with the first wave.
Inequalities in referral pathways for young people accessing secondary mental health services in south east London.
DISPARITY OF TREATMENT AND DUTY TO RESPECT PATIENT AUTONOMY IN MENTAL HEALTH CARE OF NATIVE AMERICANS.
Prevalence and determinants of concurrent wasting and stunting and other indicators of malnutrition among children 6–59 months old in Kersa, Ethiopia.
Proposed objective scoring algorithm for walking performance, based on relevant gait metrics: the Simplified Mobility Score (SMoS™)—observational study.
Effects of silybin supplementation on nutrient digestibility, hematological parameters, liver function indices, and liver-specific mi-RNA concentration in dogs.
Drug use pattern using WHO core drug use indicators in public health centers of Dessie, North-East Ethiopia.
Brief Engagement and Acceptance Coaching for Hospice Settings (the BEACHeS study): results from a Phase I study of acceptability and initial effectiveness in people with non-curative cancer.
Combining paid work and family care for a patient at the end of life at home: insights from a qualitative study among caregivers in the Netherlands.
Looking through the lens of reproductive justice: the need for a paradigm shift in sexual and reproductive health and rights research in Canada.