Nhongo, Sipho Simon Sklavos, Anton Lee, Kai Chan, Steven T F Austin, Stephen
Oral and maxillofacial surgery
To compare the incidence, aetiology, and patterns of maxillofacial fracture presentations during the various stages of the 2020 Melbourne COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to periods outside lockdown in 2019 and 2020. This is a retrospective study of 344 subjects. The patterns of facial trauma presentations to a tertiary hospital in metropolitan Melbo...
Trinidad, Stephen Brokamp, Cole Sahay, Rashmi Moody, Suzanne Gardner, Dawne Parsons, Allison A Riley, Carley Sofer, Nicole Beck, Andrew F Falcone, Richard A
Journal of pediatric surgery
Disparities in pediatric injury have been widely documented and are driven, in part, by differential exposures to social determinants of health (SDH). Here, we hypothesized that neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation and specific sociodemographic characteristics would be associated with interpersonal violence-related injury admission. We conducted ...
Warner, Tara D Leban, Lindsay Pester, Danielle A Walker, Jeffery T
Journal of youth and adolescence
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic childhood events that can undermine youth development, and are linked to chronic health problems, mental illness, and risk-taking behaviors in adulthood. ACEs are preventable, yet effective response strategies require comprehensive conceptualization and measurement of adversity. Although typically ...
Emerson, Eric Llewellyn, Gwynnyth
Quality of life research : an international journal of quality of life aspects of treatment, care and rehabilitation
Little is known about disability-related inequities in personal wellbeing (PWB) in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Secondary analysis of data collected in Round 6 of UNICEF's Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) undertaken in 27 LMICs (n = 296,693 women, 66,557 men). Data were aggregated across countries by mixed effects multi-level ...
Cogo-Moreira, Hugo Gusmões, Julia D Valente, Juliana Y Eid, Michael Sanchez, Zila M
European child & adolescent psychiatry
The present study investigated how intervention might alter the relationship between perpetrating violence and later drug use. A cluster-randomized controlled trial design involving 72 schools (38 intervention, 34 control) and 6390 students attending grades 7 and 8 was employed in Brazil. Drug use and violence were assessed at three points. A rando...
(Crim. 4 oct. 2022, no 22-80.064, non publié au Bulletin)
(Com. 21 sept. 2022, F-B, no 21-12.218)
Dès leur origine, les comics de super-héros présentent des personnages féminins iconiques, à l’exemple de Wonder Woman, sans doute la plus connue, créée en 1941. Par son rôle de super-héroïne, elle est appelée à l’action et au combat, de plus en plus au fil des créateurs qui n’en font plus un objet de fantasmes mais bien un des personnages les plus...
Steinhoff, Annekatrin Ribeaud, Denis Eisner, Manuel Shanahan, Lilly
Introduction: We investigated the longitudinal course of self-, other-, and dual-harm in adolescents, focusing on the infliction of physical injury on oneself, another person, or both parties, respectively. We examined the within-person transitions between these types of harm and whether relationships with peers and teachers predict individual harm...