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Psychological distress and trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic: survey of doctors practising anaesthesia, intensive care medicine, and emergency medicine in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.

Tom Roberts, Robert Hirst, Camilla Sammut-Powell, Charles Reynard, Jo Daniels, Daniel Horner, Mark D Lyttle, Katie Samuel, Blair Graham, Michael J Barrett, James Foley, John Cronin, Etimbuk Umana, Joao Vinagre, Edward Carlton, , , , ,

Br J Anaesth (British journal of anaesthesia)
[2021, 127(2):e78-e80]

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Psychological distress and trauma in doctors providing frontline care during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom and Ireland: a prospective longitudinal survey cohort study.

Tom Roberts, Jo Daniels, William Hulme, Robert Hirst, Daniel Horner, Mark David Lyttle, Katie Samuel, Blair Graham, Charles Reynard, Michael Barrett, James Foley, John Cronin, Etimbuk Umana, Joao Vinagre, Edward Carlton, , , , , ,

<h4>Objectives</h4>The psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on doctors is a significant concern. Due to the emergence of multiple pandemic waves, longitudinal data on the impact of COVID-19 are vital to ensure an adequate psychological care response. The primary aim was to assess the prevalence and degree of psychological distress ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2021, 11(7):e049680]

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Psychological distress during the acceleration phase of the COVID-19 pandemic: a survey of doctors practising in emergency medicine, anaesthesia and intensive care medicine in the UK and Ireland.

Tom Roberts, Jo Daniels, William Hulme, Robert Hirst, Daniel Horner, Mark D Lyttle, Katie Samuel, Blair Graham, Charlie Reynard, Michael Barrett, James Foley, John Cronin, Etimbuk Umana, Joao Vinagre, Edward Carlton, ,

<h4>Objective</h4>To quantify psychological distress experienced by emergency, anaesthetic and intensive care doctors during the acceleration phase of COVID-19 in the UK and Ireland.<h4>Methods</h4>Initial cross-sectional electronic survey distributed during acceleration phase of the first pandemic wave of COVID-19 in the UK and Ireland (UK: 18 March 2020-26 March 2020 and Ireland: ... Read more >>

Emerg Med J (Emergency medicine journal : EMJ)
[2021, 38(6):450-459]

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What is the role of doctors in respect of suspects with mental health and intellectual disabilities in police custody?

G Gulati, B D Kelly, W Cullen, S Kukaswadia, A Cusack, S Kilcommins, C P Dunne,

People with severe mental illness and intellectual disabilities are overrepresented in the criminal justice system worldwide and this is also the case in Ireland. Following Ireland's ratification of the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities in 2018, there has been an increasing emphasis on ensuring access ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2021, :1-6]

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​Low energy injury to the foot.

Catherine Walsh, Shane Kukaswadia, Gerard Markey,

Emerg Med J (Emergency medicine journal : EMJ)
[2020, 37(5):259-261]

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A systematic evaluation of laboratory testing for drug-induced immune thrombocytopenia.

D M Arnold, S Kukaswadia, I Nazi, A Esmail, L Dewar, J W Smith, T E Warkentin, J G Kelton,

<h4>Background</h4>Drug-induced immune thrombocytopenia (DITP) can be confirmed by the demonstration of drug-dependent platelet antibodies in vitro; however, laboratory testing is not readily accessible and test methods are not standardized.<h4>Objective</h4>To identify drugs with the strongest evidence for causing DITP based on clinical and laboratory criteria.<h4>Patients/methods</h4>We developed a grading system to evaluate ... Read more >>

J Thromb Haemost (Journal of thrombosis and haemostasis : JTH)
[2013, 11(1):169-176]

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Interactions between long latency afferent inhibition and interhemispheric inhibitions in the human motor cortex.

Sadiya Kukaswadia, Aparna Wagle-Shukla, Francesca Morgante, Carolyn Gunraj, Robert Chen,

Various inhibitory pathways exist in the human brain which are crucial in modulating motor cortex output and they can be investigated non-invasively using transcranial magnetic stimulation. Interhemispheric inhibition (IHI) is one form of cortical inhibition. It can be elicited by stimulation of the opposite motor cortex at interstimulus intervals (ISIs) ... Read more >>

J Physiol (The Journal of physiology)
[2005, 563(Pt 3):915-924]

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