Food Insufficiency Is Associated with High-Risk Sexual Behavior among Women in Botswana and Swaziland

submitted by: jeveleth
Background Both food insufficiency and HIV infection are major public health problems in sub-Saharan Africa, yet the impact of food insufficiency on HIV risk behavior has not been systematically investigated. We tested the hypothesis that food insufficiency is associated with HIV transmission behavior. Methods and Findings We studied the association between food insufficiency (not having enough food to eat over the previous 12 months) and inconsistent...
Authors: Sheri d Weiser, Karen Leiter, David r Bangsberg, Lisa m Butler, Fiona percy-de Korte, Zakhe Hlanze, Nthabiseng Phaladze, Vincent Iacopino, Michele Heisler

Stability of response characteristics of a Delphi panel: application of bootstrap data expansion

submitted by: rakins
Background Delphi surveys with panels of experts in a particular area of interest have been widely utilized in the fields of clinical medicine, nursing practice, medical education and healthcare services. Despite this wide applicability of the Delphi methodology, there is no clear identification of what constitutes a sufficient number of Delphi survey participants to ensure stability of results. Methods The study analyzed the response characteristics...
Authors: Ralitsa b Akins, Homer Tolson, Bryan r Cole

Dr. Klaus Reichert: Okkulte Neurologie? Teil 1 von 2

submitted by: Hoffstadt

A lecture by Dr. Klaus Reichert on Occult Neurology. Part 1 of 2.Vortrag

Dr. Klaus Reichert: Okkulte Neurologie? Teil 2 von 2

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Vortrag "Okkulte Neurologie?" von Dr. med. Klaus Reichert, 1992. Teil 2 von 2.
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Dr. Klaus Reichert: Ueber eigenartige Stoerungen der Koerperwahrnehmung Teil 2 von 2

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Vortrag "Ueber eigenartige Stoerungen der Koerperwahrnehmung" von Dr. med. Klaus Reichert, 1995. Teil 2 von 2.

Dr. Klaus Reichert: Ein halbiertes Antlitz (1991)

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Vortrag von Dr. med. Klaus Reichert: "Ein halbiertes Antlitz", 1991.
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