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Primary Care and Population Sciences > PCPS Trials Unit" and Year is 2018

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Management of cellulitis: current practice and research questions - Miriam Santer, Anna Lalonde, Nick A Francis, Peter Smart, Julie Hooper, Emma Teasdale, Christopher Del Mar, Joanne R Chalmers and Kim S Thomas
Type: Review | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

Adding emollient bath additives to standard eczema management for children with eczema: the BATHE RCT - Miriam Santer, Kate Rumsby, Matthew J. Ridd, Nick A. Francis, Beth Stuart, Maria Chorozoglou, Amanda Roberts, Lyn Liddiard, Claire Nollett, Julie Hooper, Martina Prude, Wendy Wood, Emma Thomas-Jones, Taeko Becque, Kim S. Thomas, Hywel C. Williams and Paul Little
Type: Article | 2018 | Item not available on this server.

Feasibility of weekly participant-reported data collection in a pragmatic randomised controlled trial in primary care: experiences from the BATHE trial (Bath Additives for the Treatment of cHildhood Eczema) - Beth Stuart, Kate Rumsby, Miriam Santer, Matthew Ridd, N. Francis, Maria Chorozoglou, M Steele, Claire Nollett, Lyn Liddiard, Martina Prude, Julie Hooper, Emma Thomas-Jones, Amanda Roberts, Kim Thomas, Hywel C. Williams and Paul Little
Type: Article | 2018

Patients’ understandings about cellulitis and views about how best to prevent recurrent episodes: mixed methods study in primary and secondary care - Emma Teasdale, Ingrid Muller, Anna Lalonde, Joanne Chalmers, Peter Smart, Julie Hooper, Magdy El-Gohary, Kim S. Thomas and Miriam Santer
Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

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