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School of Healthcare, Enterprise and Innovation > NETSCC" and Year is 2022

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Prognostic significance of crown-like structures to trastuzumab response in patients with primary invasive HER2 + breast carcinoma - Charles N. Birts, Constantinos Savva, Stéphanie A. Laversin, Alicia Lefas, Jamie Krishnan, Aron Schapira, Margaret Ashton-Key, Max Crispin, Peter W.M. Johnson, Jeremy P. Blaydes, Ellen Copson, Ramsey I. Cutress and Stephen A. Beers
Type: Article | 2022

Minimally disruptive medicine: Progress 10 years later - Kasey R. Boehmer, Katie I. Gallacher, Kate A. Lippiett, Frances S. Mair, Carl R. May and Victor M. Montori
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Monograph | 2022

Examining the optimal factors that promote implementation and sustainability of a network intervention to alleviate loneliness in community contexts - Jaimie Ellis, Karina Kinsella, Elizabeth James, Tara Cheetham‐blake, Madeleine Lambrou, Alexandra Ciccognani, Anne Rogers and Rebecca Band
Type: Article | 2022

The dynamics of frailty development and progression in older adults in primary care in England (2006 – 2017): a retrospective cohort profile - Carole Fogg, Simon Fraser, Paul Roderick, Simon de Lusignan, Andrew Clegg, Sally Brailsford, Abigail Barkham, Harnish Patel, Vivienne Windle, Scott Harris, Shihua Zhu, Tracey England, Dave Evenden, Francesca Lambert and Bronagh Walsh
Type: Article | 2022

Understanding health needs of Ukrainian refugees and displaced populations - Michael Head, Ken Brackstone, Ksenia Crane, Inna Valerie Walker and Brienna Perelli-Harris
Type: Monograph | 2022 | University of Southampton

What does “Good” community and public engagement look like? Developing relationships with community members in global health research - Gary Hickey, Katie Porter, Doreen Tembo, Una Rennard, Martha Tholanah, Peter Beresford, David Chandler, Moses Chimbari, Tina Coldham, Lisa Dikomitis, Biggy Dziro, Peter O. Ekiikina, Maria I. Khattak, Cristian R. Montenegro, Noni Mumba, Rosemary Musesengwa, Erica Nelson, Clement Nhunzvi, Caroline M. Ramirez and Sophie Staniszewska
Type: Article | 2022

Learnings from a portfolio analysis of the UK’s two largest palliative and end of life care research funders - Kay Lakin, Sabine Best, Claire Vaughan, Briony Hudson, Samuel Watson, Howard Simons, Hannah Thomas, Sarah Thomas and Sam H Ahmedzai
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

Researchers’ perspective of real-world impact from UK public health research: A qualitative study - Kay Lakin, Katie Meadmore, Alejandra Recio Saucedo, Genevieve Baker, Louise Worswick and Sarah Thomas
Type: Article | 2022

Exploring the use of narrative CVs in the NIHR: a mixed method qualitative study - Katie Meadmore, Alejandra Recio Saucedo, Amanda Blatch-Jones, Hazel Church, Alexa Cross, Kathryn Fackrell, Sarah Thomas and Elizabeth Tremain
Type: Monograph | 2022

Thematic framework for exploring the use of a narrative CV, initial findings from secondary analysis of Royal Society data - Katie Meadmore, Alejandra Recio Saucedo, Amanda Blatch-Jones, Hazel Church, Alexa Cross, Kathryn Fackrell, Sarah Thomas and Elizabeth Tremain
Type: Monograph | 2022 | NIHR | Item not available on this server.

What works for peer review and decision-making in research funding: a realist synthesis - Alejandra Recio Saucedo, Ksenia Crane, Katie Meadmore, Kathryn Fackrell, Hazel Church, Simon Fraser and Amanda Blatch-Jones
Type: Article | 2022

Endovascular stent grafting and open surgical replacement for chronic thoracic aortic aneurysms: a systematic review and prospective cohort study - Linda Sharples, Priya Sastry, Carol Freeman, Joanne Gray, Andrew McCarthy, Yi-Da Chiu, Colin Bicknell, P. McMeekin, Srinivasa Rao Vallabhaneni, Andrew Cook, Luke Vale and Stephen Large
Type: Article | 2022

Early-onset burdensome multimorbidity: an exploratory analysis of sentinel conditions, condition accrual sequence and duration of three long-term conditions using the 1970 British Cohort Study - Sebastian Stannard, Emilia Holland, Sarah Crozier, Rebecca Hoyle, Michael Boniface, Mazen Ahmed, James McMahon, William Ware, Zlatko Zlatev, Nisreen Alwan and Simon Fraser
Type: Article | 2022

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