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    Bergman : une année dans une vie

    Magnusson, Jane, Beckman, Jonas, Kumlin, Lars
    [Paris] : Carlotta Films
    [2018]
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    Titre: Bergman : une année dans une vie / réalisé par Jane Magnusson ; musique Jonas Beckman, Lars Kumlin
    Auteur: Magnusson, Jane; Beckman, Jonas; Kumlin, Lars
    Editeur: [Paris] : Carlotta Films
    Date: [2018]
    Collation: 1 DVD-vidéo (117 min.) : couleurs et noir et blanc
    Sujet RERO: 1957 - Bergman, Ingmar
    Sujet RERO - forme: [DVD] - [Récits personnels]
    Contient: Suppléments : "Vox Lipoma" court-métrage éal. Jane Magnusson (11 min.) ; Bande-annonce
    Description: En 1957, à l'aube de ses quarante ans, Ingmar Bergman entre dans une période de productivité sans précédent. Cette année-là, il tourne pas moins de trois films, met en scène quatre pièces de théâtre et conjugue travail acharné avec vie de famille tumultueuse...[allocine.fr]
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    Note: Langues: version originale suédois/anglais. Sous-titres: français. - Une prod.: BRF, 2018 - Durée du film : 1h57 min.
    No RERO: R008932744
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    Randomized Controlled Trial of a Perceptual Training Game for Tinnitus Therapy

    Wise, Kim, Kobayashi, Kei, Magnusson, Jane, Welch, David, Searchfield, Grant D
    Games for health journal, April 2016, Vol.5(2), pp.141-9 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Randomized Controlled Trial of a Perceptual Training Game for Tinnitus Therapy
    Auteur: Wise, Kim; Kobayashi, Kei; Magnusson, Jane; Welch, David; Searchfield, Grant D
    Sujet: Video Games ; Tinnitus -- Rehabilitation
    Description: Abnormal executive top-down control of attention may result in, or be a consequence of, tinnitus. On the basis of a study indicating the feasibility of a game designed to treat tinnitus, a Phase II controlled trial of an auditory attention training game was undertaken. Measures of tinnitus, as well as behavioral and electrophysiological measures of attention, were compared before and after 20 consecutive days of 30-minute training sessions using a game developed with LabVIEW™ software (National Instruments Corp., Austin, TX). Fifteen participants played an experimental attention training game ("Terrain"), and 16 participants played a control game ("Tetris") on their home computers. Clinically significant reductions in the primary measure, the Tinnitus Functional Index (TFI), were obtained for "Terrain." The secondary measures of Tinnitus Handicap Inventory and rating scales (ability to ignore and tinnitus annoyance) were significantly improved. The reductions in the TFI were correlated with improvements in a mixed auditory-visual task (Comprehensive Attention Battery(®); NeuropsychWorks, Inc., Greensboro, NC) and reduction in N1 auditory-evoked potential latency to stimuli remote from tinnitus pitch. The results suggest that the attention training game may have reduced focus on the tinnitus, potentially through improved selective attention. "Terrain" was superior to "Tetris" in the population tested and therefore shows promise as a management option for tinnitus. Further testing in a larger, more general, population would be enabled through improving the game's accessibility.
    Fait partie de: Games for health journal, April 2016, Vol.5(2), pp.141-9
    Identifiant: 2161-7856 (E-ISSN); 26910854 Version (PMID); 10.1089/g4h.2015.0068 (DOI)

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    Modification of the SF-36 for a headache population changes patient-reported health status

    Magnusson, Jane E, Riess, Constance M, Becker, Werner J
    Headache, June 2012, Vol.52(6), pp.993-1004 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Beneficial effects of clinical exercise rehabilitation for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).(Report)

    Magnusson, Jane E., Cobham, Caitlin, Mcleod, Rachel
    Journal of Exercise Physiology Online, April, 2012, Vol.15(2), p.71(9) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Understanding the role of culture in pain: Māori practitioner perspectives relating to the experience of pain

    Magnusson, Jane E, Fennell, Joyce A
    The New Zealand medical journal, 21 January 2011, Vol.124(1328), pp.41-51 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Understanding the role of culture in pain: Māori practitioner perspectives relating to the experience of pain
    Auteur: Magnusson, Jane E; Fennell, Joyce A
    Sujet: Cultural Characteristics ; Oceanic Ancestry Group ; Pain -- Ethnology
    Description: As there is growing interest in the role of cultural diversity within healthcare settings it is important to determine how culture can influence such things as pain. A person's culture can impact not only how they perceive and experience pain but also how they interact with healthcare professionals and adhere to advice provided. To better assess and treat pain in different cultures the perspectives and experiences of that culture must be taken into consideration and therefore the present study was undertaken to better understand Māori perspectives of pain. Māori healthcare providers and kaumātua (tribal leaders/elders) were interviewed in order to gain insight into how pain was perceived and expressed by Māori with whom they had health-related interactions. The interviews reflected themes consistent within the greater body of literature in that as with many cultures, Māori perceive pain as a multidimensional experience impacting them physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually. While our findings indicate that there is a commonality between cultures with regard to the experience of pain, it is valuable to understand a culture's perceptions and experiences regarding pain before assessing and treating it as indicated in the findings from this study wherein cultural factors such as the role of the whānau (family) and the importance of the development of relationships with healthcare providers were points of emphasis in terms of ways to enhance Māori health.
    Fait partie de: The New Zealand medical journal, 21 January 2011, Vol.124(1328), pp.41-51
    Identifiant: 1175-8716 (E-ISSN); 21475338 Version (PMID)

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    Understanding the role of culture in pain: Māori practitioner perspectives of pain descriptors

    Magnusson, Jane E, Fennell, Joyce A
    The New Zealand medical journal, 21 January 2011, Vol.124(1328), pp.30-40 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Understanding the role of culture in pain: Māori practitioner perspectives of pain descriptors
    Auteur: Magnusson, Jane E; Fennell, Joyce A
    Sujet: Cultural Characteristics ; Oceanic Ancestry Group ; Pain -- Ethnology
    Description: There is growing interest in the role of cultural diversity within healthcare settings yet minority ethnic groups are underrepresented in the healthcare literature, including the literature on pain. To better assess and treat pain in different cultures the perspectives and experiences of that culture must be taken into consideration and therefore the present study was undertaken to better understand Māori perspectives of pain. Māori healthcare providers and kaumātua (tribal leaders/elders) completed questionnaires relating to the experience of pain and were asked to provide feedback regarding the suitability of words and phrases typically used to describe symptoms of pain and pain-related disability. Participants were also asked to provide words, or phrases (in te reo Māori or English) representing characteristics of pain which had not been provided but would be useful in the assessment of pain in a Māori population. All of the pain descriptors, and 92% of the phrases regarding the experience of pain, provided were endorsed by the majority of participants demonstrating that, as in many cultures, Māori perceive pain as a multidimensional experience impacting them on physiological, psychological, and social dimensions and that the terms and phrases of measures commonly used to assess pain appropriately capture their pain experiences. The implications of these findings are that established measures can be used when assessing pain in Māori. However, it is beneficial to confirm that the descriptors used in those measures accurately capture the experiences being measured.
    Fait partie de: The New Zealand medical journal, 21 January 2011, Vol.124(1328), pp.30-40
    Identifiant: 1175-8716 (E-ISSN); 21475337 Version (PMID)

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    Demographics and clinical features of patients referred to headache specialists

    Jelinski, Susan E, Becker, Werner J, Christie, Suzanne N, Giammarco, Rose, Mackie, Gordon F, Gawel, Marek J, Eloff, Arnolda G, Magnusson, Jane E
    The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques, May 2006, Vol.33(2), pp.228-34 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Demographics and clinical features of patients referred to headache specialists
    Auteur: Jelinski, Susan E; Becker, Werner J; Christie, Suzanne N; Giammarco, Rose; Mackie, Gordon F; Gawel, Marek J; Eloff, Arnolda G; Magnusson, Jane E
    Sujet: Disability Evaluation ; Surveys and Questionnaires ; Headache -- Epidemiology ; Neurology -- Statistics & Numerical Data
    Description: To examine demographic characteristics and clinical features of headache patients referred to neurologists specializing in headache in Canada. Demographic and clinical data were collected at the time of consultation for 865 new headache patients referred to five headache-specialty clinics in Canada. The Headache Impact Test (HIT-6) and Migraine Disability Questionnaire (MIDAS) were used to measure headache impact and disability. Data were analyzed as part of the Canadian Headache Outpatient Registry and Database (CHORD) Project. The average age of the patients was 40 years and the majority were female (78%). Most were employed either full time (49%) or part time (13%). The majority of patients were diagnosed with either migraine or tension-type headache (78%). Over a third of patients experienced headache every day, and half had experienced a headache in the previous month which was of severe intensity. Most (80%) scored in the "very severe" category of the HIT-6 and over half (55%) were severely disabled as measured by the MIDAS. Patients referred to headache specialists in Canada are severely disabled by their headache disorders. These patients are in the most productive phase of their lives in terms of age and employment. It is important to provide the best available treatment to headache patients in order to minimize the disability and impact of their headache disorders.
    Fait partie de: The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques, May 2006, Vol.33(2), pp.228-34
    Identifiant: 0317-1671 (ISSN); 16736736 Version (PMID)

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    Platelet-activated factor antagonists as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, uterine contraction inhibiting, and anti-tumor agents

    Teather, Lisa, Wurtman, Richard, Magnusson, Jane
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    Titre: Platelet-activated factor antagonists as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, uterine contraction inhibiting, and anti-tumor agents
    Auteur: Teather, Lisa; Wurtman, Richard; Magnusson, Jane
    Date: 12 February 2004
    Description: Antagonists to platelet-activating factor provide analgesic effects as well as limit the release of inflammatory mediators. Use of these antagonists in the form of pharmaceutical compositions or nutritionals is beneficial (1) in the treatment of acute and/or chronic pain; (2) in the inhibition of inappropriate or excessive contraction of the uterus; (3) in the treatment of septic shock; and (4) in the inhibition of angiogenesis and/or tumor cell proliferation.

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    Effectiveness of a multidisciplinary treatment program for chronic daily headache

    Magnusson, Jane E, Riess, Connie M, Becker, Werner J
    The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques, February 2004, Vol.31(1), pp.72-9 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Effectiveness of a multidisciplinary treatment program for chronic daily headache
    Auteur: Magnusson, Jane E; Riess, Connie M; Becker, Werner J
    Sujet: Headache Disorders -- Epidemiology ; Pain Clinics -- Statistics & Numerical Data
    Description: Chronic daily headache (CDH: headache on fifteen days a month or more) is one of the most common forms of chronic pain. The relative efficacy of different treatment methods for these patients needs to be determined. To compare treatment outcomes for patients with CDH treated in a traditional office-based pharmacological treatment program with a second group treated in a multidisciplinary management program. Patient outcomes were measured using changes in the Headache Disability Inventory (HDI) and the Short-Form-36 (SF-36) over the treatment period. Outcomes from seventy patients treated in an office setting were compared to thirty-seven patients treated in a multidisciplinary headache treatment program. Both groups received similar pharmacological treatment. All patients treated in the office setting and the majority of patients in the multidisciplinary program had transformed migraine. Even though a reduction in headache days per month occurred, mean headache related disability (measured by HDI) and mean Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL measured by SF-36) did not improve for the patient group treated in the office setting but did improve significantly for the patient group treated in the multidisciplinary headache program. For patients with CDH, headache-related disability and HRQoL is more likely to improve with management in a multidisciplinary headache treatment program as compared to the traditional specialist consultation-family physician office-based setting.
    Fait partie de: The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques, February 2004, Vol.31(1), pp.72-9
    Identifiant: 0317-1671 (ISSN); 15038474 Version (PMID)

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    Migraine frequency and intensity: relationship with disability and psychological factors

    Magnusson, Jane E, Becker, Werner J
    Headache, 2003, Vol.43(10), pp.1049-59 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]