Afklædt versus påklædt og KVInders Korttidshukommelse - RCT (A-KVIK RCT)

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Afklædt versus påklædt og KVInders Korttidshukommelse - RCT (A-KVIK RCT). / Brogaard, Lise; Pinto Barbosa, Malou Eva Maria; Boie, Sidsel; Glavind, Julie.

I: Ugeskrift for Læger , Bind 182, Nr. 50, V71111, 12.2020.

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Brogaard L, Pinto Barbosa MEM, Boie S, Glavind J. 2020. Afklædt versus påklædt og KVInders Korttidshukommelse - RCT (A-KVIK RCT). Ugeskrift for Læger . 182(50):Article V71111.

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Brogaard L, Pinto Barbosa MEM, Boie S, Glavind J. Afklædt versus påklædt og KVInders Korttidshukommelse - RCT (A-KVIK RCT). Ugeskrift for Læger . 2020 dec;182(50). V71111.

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Brogaard, Lise ; Pinto Barbosa, Malou Eva Maria ; Boie, Sidsel ; Glavind, Julie. / Afklædt versus påklædt og KVInders Korttidshukommelse - RCT (A-KVIK RCT). I: Ugeskrift for Læger . 2020 ; Bind 182, Nr. 50.

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abstract = "INTRODUCTION: It is common practice after a pelvic exam to ask a woman to put her pants on, before she is given verbal information. We aimed to compare short-term memory in undressed versus dressed women.METHODS: Thirty-six female Ob/Gyn doctors were randomised to receive verbal information while undressed and still in a lithotomy position, or once dressed again. The primary outcome was the proportion of items recalled from a 20-item list.RESULTS: We found no significant difference in recall; 58% in dressed women versus 62% in undressed women (p = 0.26).CONCLUSION: The memory of women is not affected by, whether or not they are dressed.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: none.",
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T1 - Afklædt versus påklædt og KVInders Korttidshukommelse - RCT (A-KVIK RCT)

AU - Brogaard, Lise

AU - Pinto Barbosa, Malou Eva Maria

AU - Boie, Sidsel

AU - Glavind, Julie

PY - 2020/12

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N2 - INTRODUCTION: It is common practice after a pelvic exam to ask a woman to put her pants on, before she is given verbal information. We aimed to compare short-term memory in undressed versus dressed women.METHODS: Thirty-six female Ob/Gyn doctors were randomised to receive verbal information while undressed and still in a lithotomy position, or once dressed again. The primary outcome was the proportion of items recalled from a 20-item list.RESULTS: We found no significant difference in recall; 58% in dressed women versus 62% in undressed women (p = 0.26).CONCLUSION: The memory of women is not affected by, whether or not they are dressed.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: none.

AB - INTRODUCTION: It is common practice after a pelvic exam to ask a woman to put her pants on, before she is given verbal information. We aimed to compare short-term memory in undressed versus dressed women.METHODS: Thirty-six female Ob/Gyn doctors were randomised to receive verbal information while undressed and still in a lithotomy position, or once dressed again. The primary outcome was the proportion of items recalled from a 20-item list.RESULTS: We found no significant difference in recall; 58% in dressed women versus 62% in undressed women (p = 0.26).CONCLUSION: The memory of women is not affected by, whether or not they are dressed.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: none.

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