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(Springer, 2021-08-14)Playing Super Mario Kart, driving around the Mushroom Kingdom, I suspect that sociologist Pierre Bourdieu must have been a consultant at Nintendo. Bourdieu’s theorising of fields of power and social distinction inform ...
Obesity matters: The skills that strengthen midwifery practice when caring for obese pregnant women (Mark Allen Group, 2021-05-02)Obese pregnant women (BMI>30 kg/m²) are at an increased risk of developing complications during pregnancy, labour and birth. Furthermore, their offspring are at risk of short- and long-term health complications. Midwives ...
Traditional and complementary medicine use among Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone: A qualitative exploratory study of the perspectives of healthcare workers providing care to Ebola survivors (BMC, 2020-05-06)Background: Considerable number of patients, including Ebola survivors, in Sierra Leone, are using traditional and complementary medicine (T&CM). Healthcare providers’ (HCPs) views about T&CM is crucial in addressing the ...
(Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2020)The aim of the study was “To explore how people experience the transition to retirement” and the research question was “How do people experience the transition to retirement”. The literature review aimed to identify and ...