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IPH Open Access Research Alerts

Two steps are required to set up a customised RSS feed or email alert system:

STEP 1: Select the open access (OA) research journal articles you wish to include in your customised feed. To do this you can either use keywords, journal titles or both. When you've done this, click the "Apply" button. You can preview the latest articles that would be included in the feed and refine your selections if you wish. Once you're happy with the selections, move to Step 2.

STEP 2: Subscribe to your custom feed using either the RSS icon or the email alert signup form provided. Click here for a good introduction to using RSS feeds.

  • Wisdom of the caregivers: pooling individual subjective reports to diagnose states of consciousness in brain-injured patients, a monocentric prospective study
  • Minimal important differences for improvement in shoulder condition patient-reported outcomes: a systematic review to inform a BMJ Rapid Recommendation
  • Transnasal Humidified Rapid Insufflation Ventilatory Exchange in children requiring emergent intubation (Kids THRIVE): a protocol for a randomised controlled trial
  • Assessing the impact of artistic and cultural activities on the health and well-being of forcibly displaced people using participatory action research
  • Does neighborhood socioeconomic status predict the risk of preterm birth? A community-based Canadian cohort study
  • Cardiovascular, antidepressant and immunosuppressive drug use in relation to risk of cutaneous melanoma: a protocol for a prospective case-control study
  • Protocol for a systematic literature review and network meta-analysis of the clinical benefit of inhaled maintenance therapies in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Is liver transplantation 'out-of-hours non-inferior to 'in-hours transplantation? A retrospective analysis of the UK Transplant Registry
  • Google search histories of patients presenting to an emergency department: an observational study
  • How do participant experiences and characteristics influence engagement in exercise referral? A qualitative longitudinal study of a scheme in Northumberland, UK