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1. Advice for leisure studies: reflections on the pandemic from a retired professor.

The author, a retired leisure studies professor, interweaves stories of her own experience with reflections about the field of leisure studies during early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.

Author(s) : Samdahl, D. M.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Leisure Sciences 2021 Vol.43 No.1/2 pp.247-251 ref.1

2. Regenerative medicine: current and future hypothetical research directions.

Author(s) : Abo-Al-Ela, H. G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Research in Veterinary Science 2021 Vol.135 pp.555-556

3. Advancing knowledge about stakeholder engagement in multisectoral nutrition research.

Strategies to engage stakeholders increase the relevance of multisectoral nutrition research but are challenging to embed within research programs. Drawing from fifteen food choice studies, the aim of this study was to understand the diversity of strategies that researchers used in engaging with...

Author(s) : Warren, A. M.; Constantinides, S. V.; Blake, C. E.; Frongillo, E. A.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.29 ref.43

4. Research on the sustainable operation of low-carbon tourism supply chain under sudden crisis prediction.

This paper integrates a low-carbon tourism supply chain consisting of a low-carbon tourist attraction (LTA) providing a low-carbon service and an online travel agency (OTA) responsible for big data marketing. Consumers may also encounter sudden crisis events that occur in the tourist attraction...

Author(s) : Zhang Lu; Ma DeQing; Hu JinSong

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.55

5. Photosynthesis: a multiscopic view.

A recurring analogy for photosynthesis research is the fable of the blind men and the elephant. Photosynthesis has many complex working parts, which has driven the need to study each of them individually, with an inherent understanding that a more complete picture will require systematic...

Author(s) : Cruz, J. A.; Avenson, T. J.

Publisher : Springer-Japan, Tokyo, Japan

Journal article; Conference paper : Journal of Plant Research 2021 Vol.134 No.4 pp.665-682 ref.many

6. Sampling strategies for internal validation samples for exposure measurement-error correction: a study of visceral adipose tissue measures replaced by waist circumference measures.

Statistical correction for measurement error in epidemiologic studies is possible, provided that information about the measurement error model and its parameters are available. Such information is commonly obtained from a randomly sampled internal validation sample. It is however unknown whether...

Author(s) : Nab, L.; Smeden, M. van; Mutsert, R. de; Rosendaal, F. R.; Groenwold, R. H. H.

Publisher : Oxford University Press, Cary, USA

Journal article : American Journal of Epidemiology 2021 Vol.190 No.9 pp.1935-1947 ref.35

7. Leptospirosis prevalence and risk factors in India: evidence gap maps.

Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease of public health importance in India. A country-level evidence gap map was developed to identify gaps on epidemiology of leptospirosis. It is the first such on leptospirosis globally and on any single disease condition in India. The steps for development of...

Author(s) : Sandeep Moola; Deepti Beri; Abdul Salam; Jagnoor Jagnoor; Arun Teja; Soumyadeep Bhaumik

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Tropical Doctor 2021 Vol.51 No.3 pp.415-421 ref.11

8. Methodological considerations in MVC epidemiological research.

Background: The global burden of MVC injuries and deaths among vulnerable road users, has led to the implementation of prevention programmes and policies at the local and national level. MVC epidemiological research is key to quantifying MVC burden, identifying risk factors and evaluating...

Author(s) : Fridman, L.; Rothman, L.; Howard, A. W.; Hagel, B. E.; Macarthur, C.

Publisher : BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK

Journal article : Injury Prevention 2021 Vol.27 No.2 pp.155-160 ref.49

9. Strategic foresight for agriculture: past ghosts, present challenges, and future opportunities.

Strategic foresight is systematic means to explore plausible futures. In the agricultural context, strategic foresight allows decision-makers to explore how alternative investments in agriculture research may function given anticipated futures associated with a variety of drivers ranging from...

Author(s) : Prager, S. D.; Wiebe, K.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.28 ref.22

10. Uncovering research streams on agri-food supply chain management: a bibliometric study.

This study carried out a bibliometric analysis to critically review the evolution of the agri-food supply chain (AFSC) research field over the period of 2008-2019. A set of 1236 articles was analyzed from the Web of Science database. Besides using different analytical scientometric tools (topic...

Author(s) : Barbosa, M. W.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.28

11. Handrails through the swamp? A pilot to test the integration and implementation science framework in complex real-world research.

The socio-environmental challenges the world faces are 'swamps': situations that are messy, complex, and uncertain. The aim of this paper is to help disciplinary scientists navigate these swamps. To achieve this, the paper evaluates an integrative framework designed for researching complex...

Author(s) : Robson-Williams, M.; Small, B.; Robson-Williams, R.; Kirk, N.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.10 ref.80

12. Expanding the capabilities of nutrition research and health promotion through mobile-based applications.

Mobile-based applications are popular and prevalently used in the US population. Applications focusing on nutrition offer platforms for quantifying and changing behaviors to improve dietary intake. Such behavior changes can intervene in the relation of diet to promote health and prevent disease....

Author(s) : Eicher-Miller, H. A.; Prapkree, L.; Palacios, C.

Publisher : Oxford University Press, Cary, USA

Journal article : Advances in Nutrition 2021 Vol.12 No.3 pp.1032-1041

13. Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII) - useful guide in practical advice or a purely theoretical model in nutritional research?

Background: The Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII) can be used to characterize the inflammatory potential of an individual diet. This requires sufficient nutritional data from food frequency questionnaires or, even better, open-ended nutrition diaries. The DII has been developed to be used in...

Foreign Title :Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII) - nützlicher wegweiser in der praktischen beratung oder rein theoretisches modell in der ernährungsforschung?

Author(s) : Haß, U.; Schütte, O.; Franz, K.; Norman, K.

Publisher : Georg Thieme Verlag KG, Stuttgart, Germany

Journal article : Aktuelle Ernährungsmedizin 2021 Vol.46 No.3 pp.174-185 ref.61

14. Thinking through the photo essay observations: for medical anthropology.

As photography becomes more prevalent in ethnographic research, scholars should more seriously consider the photo essay as a medium for sharing their work. In this Position Piece, we present guidelines for the creation of ethnographic photo essays for medical anthropology that do not simply combine ...

Author(s) : Crowder, J. W.; Cartwright, E.

Publisher : University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

Journal article : Medicine Anthropology Theory 2021 Vol.8 No.1 ref.34

15. Ten research questions to support South Africa's inland fisheries policy.

South Africa is in the process of developing a National Freshwater (Inland) Wild Capture Fisheries Policy. A properly focused research strategy is essential to guide the policy development process, and thus a dedicated 'Inland Fisheries' workshop was convened by the South African Society for...

Author(s) : Weyl, O. L. F.; Barkhuizen, L.; Christison, K.; Dalu, T.; Hlungwani, H. A.; Impson, D.; Sankar, K.; Mandrak, N. E.; Marr, S. M.; Sara, J. R.; Smit, N. J.; Tweddle, D.; Vine, N. G.; Wepener, V.; Zvavahera, M.; Cowx, I. G.

Publisher : NISC - Taylor & Francis, Grahamstown, South Africa

Journal article : African Journal of Aquatic Science 2021 Vol.46 No.1 pp.1-10 ref.many

16. Restoration of visitors through nature-based tourism: a systematic review, conceptual framework, and future research directions.

Visiting natural environments could restore health and contribute to human sustainability. However, the understanding of potential linkages between restoration of visitors and nature-based tourism remains incomplete, resulting in a lack of orientation for researchers and managers. This study aimed...

Author(s) : Qiu MengYuan; Sha Ji; Scott, N.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.5 ref.79

17. Mobile student experience: the place of tourism.

This paper reviews the conceptualisation of mobile student experience within tourism studies, sojourner adjustment studies, critical acculturation research, and mobilities research. Despite some useful contributions on "educational tourism", the study of mobile student experience has largely been...

Author(s) : Selby, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.90 ref.115

18. Weaving indigenous knowledge systems and Western sciences in terrestrial research, monitoring and management in Canada: a protocol for a systematicmap.

Human activities and development have contributed to declines in biodiversity across the globe. Understanding and addressing biodiversity loss will require the mobilization of diverse knowledge systems. While calls for interdisciplinary practices in environmental research date back decades, there...

Author(s) : Henri, D. A.; Provencher, J. F.; Bowles, E.; Taylor, J. J.; Steel, J.; Chelick, C.; Popp, J. N.; Cooke, S. J.; Rytwinski, T.; McGregor, D.; Ford, A. T.; Alexander, S. M.

Publisher : British Ecological Society, London, UK

Journal article : Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2021 Vol.2 No.e12057 ref.many

19. Contemporary authorship guidelines fail to recognize diverse contributions in conservation science research.

1. Authorship should acknowledge and reward those deserving of such credit. Moreover, being an author on a paper also means that one assumes ownership of the content. 2. Journals are increasingly requiring author roles to be specified at time of submission using schemes such as the contributor...

Author(s) : Cooke, S. J.; Nguyen, V. M.; Young, N.; Reid, A. J.; Roche, D. G.; Bennett, N. J.; Rytwinski, T.; Bennett, J. R.

Publisher : British Ecological Society, London, UK

Journal article : Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2021 Vol.2 No.e12060 ref.39

20. Intelligent data analysis in biomedical research: artificial neural networks.

Substantial amounts of biomedical data are being accumulated every year. Large datasets are accumulated in specialized repositories, electronic document management systems, medical information systems, and other repositories. Classical statistical analysis does not always provide opportunities for...

Author(s) : Narkevich, A. N.; Vinogradov, K. A.; Paraskevopulo, K. M.; Grjibovski, A. M.

Publisher : Northern State Medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russia

Journal article : Ekologiya Cheloveka / Human Ecology 2021 No.4 pp.55-64 ref.14

21. Environmental emission, fate and transformation of microplastics in biotic and abiotic compartments: global status, recent advances and future perspectives.

The intensive use and wide-ranging application of plastic- and plastic-derived products have resulted in alarming levels of plastic pollution in different environmental compartments worldwide. As a result of various biogeochemical mechanisms, this plastic litter is converted into small, ubiquitous...

Author(s) : Ali, M. U.; Lin SiYi; Yousaf, B.; Abbas, Q.; Munir, M. A. M.; Ali, M. U.; Audil Rasihd; Zheng ChunMiao; Kuang XingXing; Wong MingHung

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.791

22. Building a culture of research impact assessment within the agro-food research organizations.

The agro-food sector is an essential sector striving to satisfy the increasing demand for agro-food products worldwide. Accordingly, the Food Systems Summit has made a significant effort to heighten social and political awareness about the future food systems' role in achieving the Sustainable...

Author(s) : Guesmi, B.; Gil, J. M.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, Berlin, Germany

Journal article : Agricultural and Food Economics 2021 Vol.9 No.33 ref.6

23. Qualitative research in veterinary medical education: part 1 - principles of qualitative design.

Veterinary students at the University of Nottingham must conduct a research project for their third-year dissertation. The aim of this mixed methods study was to assess how undertaking this research project affects veterinary students' perceptions of research in veterinary practice, and whether...

Author(s) : King, E.; Norman, E. J.; Mossop, L. H.; Cobb, K. A.; Matthew, S. M.; Scholz, E. C.; Schull, D. N.

Publisher : Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, Washington, USA

Journal article : Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 2021 Vol.48 No.5 pp.511-518 ref.69

24. Survey of 252 veterinary students to assess how undertaking a research project affects attitudes toward research in practice.

Veterinary students at the University of Nottingham must conduct a research project for their third-year dissertation. The aim of this mixed methods study was to assess how undertaking this research project affects veterinary students' perceptions of research in veterinary practice, and whether...

Author(s) : Allan, F.; Dunning, M.

Publisher : Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, Washington, USA

Journal article : Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 2021 Vol.48 No.5 pp.599-609 ref.13

25. Qualitative research in veterinary medical education: part 2 - carrying out research projects.

This is the second of two articles that together comprise an orientation and introduction to qualitative research for veterinary medical educators who may be new to research, or for those whose research experience is based on the quantitative traditions of biomedicine. In the first article (Part...

Author(s) : King, E.; Scholz, E. C.; Matthew, S. M.; Mossop, L. H.; Cobb, K. A.; Norman, E. J.; Schull, D. N.

Publisher : Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, Washington, USA

Journal article : Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 2021 Vol.48 No.5 pp.519-527 ref.71