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Anderson, Rebecca, Armstrong, Megan, Bloch, Steven, Stone, Patrick and Low, Joseph (2018) Communication between healthcare professionals and relatives of patients approaching the end of life : a qualitative systematic review. In: 10th World Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC); 24-26 May 2018, Bern, Switzerland.

Anderson, Rebecca, Stone, Patrick, Low, Joseph and Bloch, Steven (2018) End of life prognostication talk between doctors and family members. In: ICCA 2018: 5th International Conference on Conversation Analysis; 11-15 Jul 2018, Loughborough, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Aveyard, Paul, Lindson, Nicola, Tearne, Sarah, Adams, Rachel, Ahmed, Khaled, Alekna, Rhona, Banting, Miriam, Healy, Mike, Khan, Shahnaz, Rai, Gurmail, Wood, Carmen, Anderson, Emma C, Ataya-Williams, Alia, Attwood, Angela, Easey, Kayleigh, Fluharty, Megan, Freuler, Therese, Hurse, Megan, Khouja, Jasmine, Lacey, Lindsey, Munafò, Marcus, Lycett, Deborah, McEwen, Andy, Coleman, Tim, Dickinson, Anne, Lewis, Sarah, Orton, Sophie, Perdue, Johanna, Randall, Clare, Anderson, Rebecca, Bisal, Natalie, Hajek, Peter, Homsey, Celine, McRobbie, Hayden J, Myers-Smith, Katherine, Phillips, Anna, Przulj, Dunja, Li, Jinshuo, Coyle, Doug, Coyle, Katherine and Pokhrel, Subhash (2018) Nicotine preloading for smoking cessation : the preloading RCT. Health Technology Assessment, 22(41), ISSN (print) 1366-5278

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Baron, Aidan (2018) Paramedic ultrasound : just another fancy toy? Australian Paramedic(2), pp. 12-17. ISSN (online) 2208-4975

Barron, Duncan S, Hamer, Victoria, Sonpal, Kate and Brownbill, Ian (2018) Enabling the voices of children and young people to impact health & social care research : reflections from the Young Person’s Advisory Group. In: ‘International Perspectives on Evaluation of Patient & Public Involvement in Research’ : Inaugural Conference on International Perspectives on Evaluation of PPI in Research; 15-16 Nov 2018, Newcastle, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Boaz, Annette, Hanney, Stephen, Borst, Robert, O'Shea, Alison and Kok, Maarten (2018) How to engage stakeholders in research : design principles to support inprovement. Health Research Policy and Systems, 16, p. 60. ISSN (online) 1478-4505

Brady, Louca-Mai and Graham, Berni (2018) Social research with children and young people : a practical guide. Bristol, U.K. : Policy Press. 164p. (Social Research Association Shorts) ISBN 9781447351146

Brady, Louca-Mai, Hathway, Felicity and Roberts, Emily (2018) A case study of children’s participation in health policy and practice. In: Beresford, Peter and Carr, Sarah, (eds.) Social policy first hand : an international introduction to participatory social welfare. Bristol, U.K. : Policy Press. pp. 62-73. ISBN 9781447332367

Brooks, Helen, James, Karen, Irmansyah, I, Keliat, Budi-Anna, Utomo, Bagus, Rose, Diana, Colucci, Erminia and Lovell, Karina (2018) Exploring the potential of civic engagement to strengthen mental health systems in Indonesia (IGNITE) : a study protocol. International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 12(49), ISSN (online) 1752-4458

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Fletcher, Simon and Patel, Kunal D. (2018) Instrument development, diverse evaluation, and furthering interprofessional research globally. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 32(5), pp. 529-530. ISSN (print) 1356-1820

Fletcher, Simon, Kulnik, Stefan Tino, Demain, Sara and Jones, Fiona (2018) The problem with self-management : problematising self-management and power using a Foucauldian lens in the context of stroke care and rehabilitation. In: Qual-World 2018 : Qual-World Virtual Conference; 03-04 Dec 2018, Online. (Unpublished)

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Greenwood, Nan (2018) Supporting black and minority ethnic carers. (Discussion Paper) London, U.K. : Race Equality Foundation. (Better Health Briefing, no. 48) ISBN 9781873912317

Greenwood, Nan, McKevitt, Christopher and Milne, Alisoun (2018) Time to rebalance and reconsider : are we pathologising informal, family carers? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 111(7), pp. 253-254. ISSN (print) 0141-0768

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Hajek, Peter, Przulj, Dunja, Phillips-Waller, Anna, Anderson, Rebecca and McRobbie, Hayden (2018) Initial ratings of different types of e-cigarettes and relationships between product appeal and nicotine delivery. Psychopharmacology, 235, pp. 1083-1092. ISSN (print) 0033-3158

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James, Karen and Stewart, Duncan (2018) Blurred boundaries : a qualitative study of how acts of self-harm and attempted suicide are defined by mental health practitioners. Crisis, 39(4), pp. 247-254. ISSN (print) 0227-5910

Ji, Chen, Quinn, Tom, Gavalova, Lucia, Lall, Ranjit, Scomparin, Charlotte, Horton, Jessica, Deakin, Charles D, Pocock, Helen, Smyth, Michael A, Rees, Nigel, Brace-McDonnell, Samantha J, Gates, Simon and Perkins, Gavin D (2018) Feasibility of data linkage in the PARAMEDIC trial : a cluster randomised trial of mechanical chest compression in out of hospital cardiac arrest. BMJ Open, 8(e021519), ISSN (online) 2044-6055

Jones, Fiona and Kulnik, Stefan Tino (2018) Self-management. In: Lennon, Sheila , Verheyden, Geert and Ramdharry, Gita, (eds.) Physical management for neurological conditions. 4th ed. London, U.K. : Elsevier. pp. 379-396. (Physiotherapy essentials) ISBN 9780702071744

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Kulnik, S.T., Mohapatra, S., Gawned, S. and Jones, F. (2018) Beyond clinicians' predictions : adding value through an encouraging and empowering approach to stroke self-management. In: Upper Limb Stroke Rehabilitation Summer School; 19-21 Sep 2018, Leuven, Belgium. (Unpublished)

Kulnik, Stefan Tino (2018) Could reflex cough induced through nebulized capsaicin achieve airway clearance in patients with acute retention of lung secretions? Medical Hypotheses, 119, pp. 104-109. ISSN (print) 0306-9877

Kulnik, Stefan Tino, Brunker, Christopher and Wulf, Anna-Karynka (2018) Experiences of visitors to a regional major trauma intensive care unit (VISIT-ICU). In: London Major Trauma System Symposium; 12 Jun 2018, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Ross, Fiona (2018) Compassionate communities. British Journal of Community Nursing, 23(8), p. 369. ISSN (print) 1462-4753

Ross, Fiona Mary, Tatam, John Christian, Hughes, Annie Livingstone, Beacock, Owen Paul and Mcduff, Nona (2018) "The great unspoken shame of UK Higher Education" : addressing inequalities of attainment. African Journal of Business Ethics, 12(1), ISSN (print) 1817-7417

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Sims, Sarah, Leamy, Mary, Davies, Nigel, Schnitzler, Katy, Levenson, Ros, Grant, Robert, Brearley, Sally, Gourlay, Stephen, Ross, Fiona and Harris, Ruth (2018) A realist synthesis of intentional rounding in hospital wards : exploring the evidence of what works, for whom, in what circumstances and why. BMJ Quality and Safety, 27(9), pp. 743-757. ISSN (print) 2044-5415

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Taylor, Elizabeth, Jones, Fiona and McKevitt, Christopher (2018) How is the audit of therapy intensity influencing rehabilitation in inpatient stroke units in the UK? An ethnographic study. BMJ Open, 8(12), ISSN (online) 2044-6055

Tonkin-Crine, Sarah, Pruthi, Rishi, Taylor, Dominic M., Leydon, Geraldine M., Calestani, Melania, Oniscu, Gabriel C., Bradley, J. Andrew, Tomson, Charles R., Bradley, Claire, Dudley, Christopher, Watson, Christopher J.E., Draper, Heather, Johnson, Rachel J., Metcalfe, Wendy, Fogarty, Damian G., Ravanan, Rommel and Roderick, Paul (2018) Assessing consensus between UK renal clinicians on listing for kidney transplantation : a modified Delphi Study. Transplantation Direct, 4(5), e343. ISSN (online) 2373-8731

Tuffrey-Wijne, Irene and Davidson, Jason (2018) Excellence in palliative and end-of-life care provision for people with intellectual disability. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 24(12), pp. 598-610. ISSN (print) 1357-6321

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Wang, Chao, Brentnall, Adam R., Cuzick, Jack, Harkness, Elaine F., Evans, D. Gareth and Astley, Susan (2018) Exploring the prediction performance for breast cancer risk based on volumetric mammographic density at different thresholds. Breast Cancer Research, 20(49), ISSN (print) 1465-5411

Wang, Chao [Software producer] (2018) MC: Stata module to calculate a matched concordance index. RePEc IDEAS.

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