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Dental Statistics Made Easy
Food and eating practices during the transition from school to new social contexts
This paper examines how the new social contexts experienced by young people after leaving school are related to everyday food practices and eating habits. Findings from indepth interviews with 31 young people aged 16 - 24 ...
Community Practice Facilitation in Suffolk: Recommendations
(Workforce Development Directorate, Norfolk,Suffolk and Cambridgeshire SHA, 2005)
Nurses and paramedics in partnership : an evaluation
(University of Hertfordshire, 2005)
Developing and validating a tool to measure parenting self-efficacy
Aims. This paper reports the development of a tool to measure parenting self-efficacy as an aid to evaluating parenting programmes. Background. Whilst there has been increasing interest in parenting programmes from parents, ...
Survival differences post-stroke in a multi-ethnic population : The South London Stroke Register
Objectives: To identify ethnic differences in survival after stroke and examine the factors that influence survival. Design: Population based stroke register with follow-up. Settings: South London Stroke Register. Participants: ...
Investing in sophisticated medical simulation training equipment: is it really worth it
The acquisition of important life-saving skills, based on the fundamentals of a range of key physiological, biological, and pharmacological principles is paramount to nursing, medical and paramedical education. Over the ...
A qualitative study exploring the experiences and views of mothers, health visitors and family support centre workers on the challenges and difficulties of parenting
Successive policy documents have referred to the need to support parents as an approach to reducing social exclusion, behaviour problems among young people and crime rates. Much of the rhetoric focuses on professional ...