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Prospective Associations Between Working Time Arrangements and Psychiatric Treatment in Denmark: Protocol for a Cohort Study

Prospective Associations Between Working Time Arrangements and Psychiatric Treatment in Denmark: Protocol for a Cohort Study

Instead, we will look at the contrast “schedules that include night shift work” vs “other work schedules (including non-night shift work and evening work)”.MethodsEthics ApprovalThe study will comply with The Act on Processing of Personal Data, Denmark (Act

Harald Hannerz, Karen Albertsen, Martin Lindhardt Nielsen, Anne Helene Garde

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(6):e18236

Assessing Hand Hygiene and Low-Level Disinfection of Equipment Compliance in an Acute Care Setting: Mixed Methods Approach

Assessing Hand Hygiene and Low-Level Disinfection of Equipment Compliance in an Acute Care Setting: Mixed Methods Approach

)——F9 (13.6)15 (14.3)18 (12.4)0 (0.0)4 (44.4)G7 (10.6)12 (11.4)19 (13.1)——H10 (15.2)13 (12.4)21 (14.5)0 (0.0)1 (11.1)Night shift total66 (100.0)105 (100.0)145 (100.0)3 (100.0)9 (100.0)Grand total2224025021733aNot available.Table 2 and Multimedia Appendix 3

Hammad Akram, Alison Andrews-Paul, Rachel Washburn

JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e18788

A 21-Day School-Based Toothbrushing Intervention in Children Aged 6 to 9 Years in Indonesia and Nigeria: Protocol for a Two-Arm Superiority Randomized Controlled Trial

A 21-Day School-Based Toothbrushing Intervention in Children Aged 6 to 9 Years in Indonesia and Nigeria: Protocol for a Two-Arm Superiority Randomized Controlled Trial

IntroductionPrior WorkThe Brush Day & Night (BDN) program is the result of a 12-year partnership between FDI World Dental Federation (FDI) and Unilever.

Paulo Melo, Sinead Malone, Arathi Rao, Charlotte Fine

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(2):e14156

Measuring Heart Rate Variability in Free-Living Conditions Using Consumer-Grade Photoplethysmography: Validation Study

Measuring Heart Rate Variability in Free-Living Conditions Using Consumer-Grade Photoplethysmography: Validation Study

The estimate of the time-shift was applied to the P-P data, similar to the method used by Pietilä et al [40]. P-P intervals were then matched to R-R intervals by matching data points with the closest time stamps.

Emily Lam, Shahrose Aratia, Julian Wang, James Tung

JMIR Biomed Eng 2020;5(1):e17355

Longitudinal Study of the Variation in Patient Turnover and Patient-to-Nurse Ratio: Descriptive Analysis of a Swiss University Hospital

Longitudinal Study of the Variation in Patient Turnover and Patient-to-Nurse Ratio: Descriptive Analysis of a Swiss University Hospital

For LPNs, the median number was always 0 (IQR 0-0) at night, while the median number in the morning ranged from 3 to 8. For nurse group 3 (ie, others), a median number of 0 (IQR 0-0) staff members was generally present during the night shift.

Sarah N Musy, Olga Endrich, Alexander B Leichtle, Peter Griffiths, Christos T Nakas, Michael Simon

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(4):e15554

Long Working Hours and Subsequent Use of Psychotropic Medicine: A Study Protocol

Long Working Hours and Subsequent Use of Psychotropic Medicine: A Study Protocol

Again, the questions and response categories vary slightly between the questionnaires, but all of them can identify workers who are either on fixed night shifts or rotational shift work schedules.

Harald Hannerz, Karen Albertsen

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(3):e51

Use of Mobile Clinical Decision Support Software by Junior Doctors at a UK Teaching Hospital: Identification and Evaluation of Barriers to Engagement

Use of Mobile Clinical Decision Support Software by Junior Doctors at a UK Teaching Hospital: Identification and Evaluation of Barriers to Engagement

The usage data were triangulated with the on-shift commitments of JDs to further contextualize the nature of usage with mCDS.JD Perceptions Toward mCDSTo investigate the perceptions of JDs toward mCDS technology, semistructured interviews were conducted with

Rakesh Patel, William Green, Muhammad Waseem Shahzad, Chris Larkin

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(3):e80