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Reliable Individual Change in Post Concussive Symptoms in the Year Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Data From the Longitudinal, Population-based Brain Injury Incidence and Outcomes New Zealand in the Community (Bionic) Study(JSciMed Central, 2016)Objective: Post concussive syndromes (PCS) is common after mild-TBI, yet are not well studied on a population level. This study examined PCS symptoms, including reliable change over time in a population-based sample up ...
Subnational Mapping of HIV Incidence and Mortality Among Individuals Aged 15–49 Years in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2000–18: A Modelling Study(Elsevier, 2021)Background: High-resolution estimates of HIV burden across space and time provide an important tool for tracking and monitoring the progress of prevention and control efforts and assist with improving the precision and ...
A Systematic Review of the Worldwide Prevalence of Survivors of Poliomyelitis Reported in 31 Studies(BMJ Publishing Group Ltd., 2017)Background Accurate prevalence figures estimating the number of survivors of poliomyelitis (disease causing acute flaccid paralysis) following poliovirus infection are not available. We aim to undertake a systematic review ...
What Is the Best Mix of Population‐wide and High‐risk Targeted Strategies of Primary Stroke and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention?(Wiley-Blackwell, 2020)No abstract.