• Discussion centered on the participants' beliefs and experiences regarding management of risk of exposure to patient blood or body fluid, and on personal reactions to hypothetical scenarios involving a sharps injury where a patient's blood was positive for either HIV or (for comparison) hepatitis C. Data analysis involved coding and categorization of interview transcripts following the constant comparative methods of grounded theory. (omicsonline.org)
  • Overview of methods used in cross-cultural comparisons of menopausal symptoms and their determinants: Guidelines for Strengthening the Reporting of Menopause and Aging (STROMA) studies. (semanticscholar.org)
  • This paper will focus upon the reasons why women choose to not breastfeed, and go beyond the traditional assumptions of socio--economic class and ethnicity; instead looking at elements of social and cultural influence from the local and global levels. (skidmore.edu)