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Influence of social networks on cancer survivors’ self-management support: a mixed methods study - Gilly Howard-Jones, Ivaylo Vassilev, Deborah R. Fenlon and Sean Ewings
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

Experiences and support needs of parents/caregivers of children with cancer through the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK: a longitudinal study - Nicole Collaço, Ashley Gamble, Jessica Elizabeth Morgan, Bob Phillips, David Culliford and Anne-sophie Darlington
Type: Article | 2022

Identifying individuals with persistently normal safety monitoring blood tests whilst taking methotrexate for rheumatoid arthritis or azathioprine for inflammatory bowel disease: a retrospective cohort study. - Simon Fraser, Sharon Lin, Matt Stammers, David Culliford, Kinda Ibrahim, Ravina Barrett, Clare Howard, Ruth Johnson, Nicola Barnes, James Batchelor, Christopher Holroyd, Joanna Adams, Adam Rischin, Paul Roderick, Paul Rutter and Christopher Edwards
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

Household food insecurity risk indices for English neighbourhoods: Measures to support local policy decisions - Dianna Smith, Lauren Rixson, Grace Grove, Nida Ziauddeen, Ivaylo Vassilev, Ravita Taheem, Paul Roderick and Nisreen Alwan
Type: Article | 2022 | Item not available on this server.


Are poor experiences on postnatal wards linked to staffing levels? - Lesley Turner, David Culliford, Jane Ball, Ellen Kitson-Reynolds and Peter Griffiths
Type: Monograph | 2022

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