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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.

  • Correction: Prevalence of diabetes, pre-diabetes and associated risk factors: second National Diabetes Survey of Pakistan (NDSP), 2016-2017
  • Understanding the impact of delegated home visiting services accessed via general practice by community-dwelling patients: a realist review protocol
  • Effect of beta-blocker therapy on clinical outcomes, safety, health-related quality of life and functional capacity in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): a protocol for a systematic literature review and meta-analysis with multipl
  • Compliance with pathology testing guidelines in Australian general practice: protocol for a secondary analysis of electronic health record data
  • Retrospective analysis of alcohol testing in trauma team activation patients at a Canadian tertiary trauma centre
  • Socioeconomic differences in experiences with treatment of coronary heart disease: a qualitative study from the perspective of elderly patients
  • Is the Rule of Halves framework relevant for diabetes care in Copenhagen today? A register-based cross-sectional study
  • Goal-directed fluid therapy in urgent GAstrointestinal Surgery--study protocol for A Randomised multicentre Trial: The GAS-ART trial
  • Quality of life, loneliness and health-related characteristics among older people in Liaoning province, China: a cross-sectional study
  • Correlates and aetiological factors associated with hedonic well-being among an ageing population of US men and women: secondary data analysis of a national survey