NHS actin remodeling regulator

Gene Context Sentence

Table 2. Analysis of context sentence of NHS gene in 50 abstracts.

PMID Gene Context Sentence
32196406 While these common sense points will always be helpful, it is important that you keep up to date with the advice being given by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and NHS England and how it might affect you personally.
32232915 The COVID-19 pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge to our National Health Service (NHS) (1). […] As the need to appropriately direct all efforts towards providing emergency supportive care to those suffering, there will be a knee-jerk tendency to cancel all outpatient activity by NHS trusts.
32267538 This policy brief sets forth American Geriatrics Society (AGS) recommendations to guide federal, state, and local governments when making decisions about care for patients with COVID-19 in nursing homes (NHs) and other long-term care facilities (LTCFs). […] It is focused on NHs and other LTCFs, given their essential role in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
32275770 Reported shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the NHS have caused anxiety amongst healthcare workers [1].
32279545 Jennie Burch, Head of Gastrointestinal Nurse Education, St Mark’s Hospital, London (), discusses the ramifications of coronavirus and the guidelines available to professionals working in gastroenterology.
32290904 We present results from staff testing at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom.
32303498 The role of the future physician in the NHS is of interest to current doctors, patients, policymakers and the wider public.
32327383 Current events with the recent COVID-19 outbreak are necessitating steep learning curves for the NHS workforce.
32339615 In view of this, we carried out a cross-sectional survey of front line healthcare workers (HCW) at two large acute NHS hospital Trusts in England, to assess their confidence and perceived level of preparedness for the virus.
32340566 The global spread of COVID-19 has put increased pressure on the NHS. […] The Government has put in a number of strategies to cope with this pandemic, which includes increasing funding for the NHS.
32341077 The coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has placed many healthcare systems, including the NHS, under unprecedented pressure.
32348015 Reward reactivity (RR) is associated with concern about impact of coronavirus on the NHS and other social infrastructures, indicating the motivation to take positive-approach action despite worry/anxiety.
32357976 Despite recent revisions to these guidelines, concerns remain that they offer insufficient protection to frontline NHS healthcare workers.
32359857 COVID-19 is presenting a colossal challenge to frontline NHS staff.
32365233 It is supported by Diabetes UK, the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists and NHS England.
32374884 This has several reasons, but two explanations stick out: 1. lower long-term investment into healthcare in the UK rendered the NHS more vulnerable to Covid-19; 2. the existence of a well-governed decentralised and partially redundant organisation of healthcare increased resilience in Germany’ s healthcare systems, enhancing the ability to adapt in response to unexpected challenges to healthcare.
32376717 The COVID-19 pandemic is putting the NHS under unprecedented pressure, requiring clinicians to make uncomfortable decisions they would not ordinarily face.
32385458 There are differing government financial mitigations in place across dental practices for NHS and, to an extent private, activity, as well as for the dental industry.
32389318 These guidelines aim to expand on those provided by NHS England regarding cancer care during the coronavirus pandemic by examining the known literature and provide guidance in managing patients with urothelial and rarer urinary tract cancers.
32396986 These concerns led NHS England and NHS Improvement to expedite the National Patient Safety Improvement Programme’s ‘Safe Tracheostomy Care’ workstream as part of the NHS COVID-19 response.
32400142 Most research on resilience in healthcare systems such as the NHS is based on organisational crises, such as nurse shortages, an ageing workforce and financial restrictions.
32400298 As universities seek to deliver medical education through new methods of modalities, this continuing of education ensures the learning of the future workforce of the NHS.
32406513 During this period, NHS Occupational Health Services (OHS) were stretched to their limit along with other health services.
32428245 The UK National Health Service (NHS) has risen to the challenge posed by COVID-19 through Herculean efforts to expand capacity.
32430344 We urge NHS trusts nationally to implement simulations to identify problems and develop effective solutions.
32437679 Wellcome Trust, UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), UK Medical Research Council, NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and University College London.
32438448 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT) doctors were redeployed to unfamiliar clinical teams, where they would work at the level of a fully-registered Foundation doctor.
32438510 This editorial shows how the principles of demand-capacity modelling lead to the conclusion that COVID-19 disease will require the UK NHS to run its serves at a far higher working capacity (in terms of hospital, intensive care and social care beds, operating theatres and staff) than it has been used to. […] The analysis leads to key questions that should form the basis for rational planning in a post-COVID NHS.
32447002 A questionnaire survey, drafted using Google Forms, was distributed among Healthcare professionals working in the National Health Service (NHS) across the United Kingdom. […] Most of the respondents were in the favour of an earlier lockdown (90%) and testing all the NHS frontline staff (94%). […] Despite current efforts, it would seem this is not translating to a sense of security amongst the UK NHS workforce in terms of how they feel trained and protected.
32454891 The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is exerting unprecedented pressure on NHS Health and Social Care provisions, with frontline staff, such as those of critical care units, encountering vast practical and emotional challenges on a daily basis. […] This article describes the phased, stepped-care and evidence-based approach that has been adopted by the service to support local frontline NHS staff. […] We wish to share our service design and pathway of care with other Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services who may also seek to support hospital frontline staff within their associated NHS Trusts and in doing so, lay the foundations of a coordinated response.
32457133 Publicly available Renal Registry and NHS Blood and Transplant reports were analysed to model the number of missed transplant opportunities, waiting list size and change in dialysis population over a six-month period starting 5 March 2020.
32469096 The sudden and unanticipated COVID-19 viral pandemic of 2020 and its profound impact on the NHS prompted an almost overnight change in the services we are able to offer our patients to fulfil clinical demands.
32475734 Charles Moore in The Telegraph recently described the NHS as ‘lumbering’.1 Far from this description, it has been our experience that the NHS has rapidly transformed across specialties in order to respond to the unprecedented global crisis of COVID-19.
32490743 We consider various types of litigation that may follow the Covid-19 pandemic, including: claims against National Health Service (NHS) Trusts by patients who have contracted the coronavirus (or by their bereaved families), claims by NHS staff against their employer for a failure to provide any or adequate personal protective equipment or testing, commercial claims arising from the procurement of medical supplies, the potential liabilities to those who suffer adverse reactions to any vaccine and the guidance issued by the regulators in relation to subsequent disciplinary action.
32496851 This paper discusses social prescribing as part of the wider NHS England universal personalised care model, and it describes how community nurses can engage with social prescribing systems to support community resilience.
32496858 The COVID-19 pandemic has placed increased strain on many aspects of the NHS.
32500571 The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a marked reduction in the number of patients accessing the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) for emergency reasons1 .
32515258 The aim is to suppress the spread of the virus, reduce the death toll and “protect the National Health Service (NHS)” which needed time to empty wards and expand its intensive care unit (ICU) capability to deal with an expected influx of thousands of very sick patients.
32530367 Medical decision-making has, across the history of the NHS, made a transitional journey from a model characterised by paternalism to one which places emphasis on partnership and patient autonomy. […] It observes that clinical judgment influenced by protocols, algorithms and resource constraints do not lend themselves to full identification with either of the two frameworks familiar to the NHS.
32531807 In order to focus on acute care capacity and maintain social distancing, there was simultaneous widespread change in the depth and breadth of National Health Service (NHS) services and a reduction in preventative care for people with diabetes [1].
32537614 This reflection is not a junior doctor’s view of how COVID-19 was managed by the NHS, but a personal view of my illness from ‘the other side of the curtain’.
32550647 We explore how a medical student, now a ‘fast tracked’ junior doctor, and a senior consultant, with pre-existing health issues, can feel confident working as part of the NHS response to COVID-19.
32559308 This led to the UK government advising patients with blood cancers to shield, massive re-organisation of NHS haematology and cancer services, and changes in treatment plans for thousands of patients.
32564356 One such impact has been on surgical practice in the United Kingdom’s (UK) National Health Service (NHS). […] From March 17, 2020, NHS hospitals were instructed by NHS England to postpone non-urgent elective operations for 3 months.[
32565644 Some guidance is available on these changes from bodies such as the National Health Service (NHS), Public Health England and the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA).
32574345 The paper also describes a premature baby with reverse transcription (RT)-PCR-positive COVID-19 seen at the Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK.
32584167 COVID-19 has placed an increased burden on the NHS.
32589538 This article is based on the personal experiences of doctors in the NHS and insights into the frontline response to this situation.
32591702 The NHS is advising that frontline staff of BAME origin should be risk-assessed regarding their safety in working in clinical areas which are at risk of COVID-19.
32592080 The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented effect upon the National Health Service (NHS).