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Variation in appropriate diabetes care and treatment targets in urban and rural areas in England: an observational study of the ‘rule of halves’


Author(s): Mason T, Whittaker W, Dumville J, & Bower P

Journal: BMJ Open


Work completed under ARC-GM

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Assessing and ensuring fidelity of the nationally implemented English NHS diabetes prevention programme: lessons learned for the implementation of large-scale behaviour change programmes
Variation in appropriate diabetes care and treatment targets in urban and rural areas in England: an observational study of the ‘rule of halves’


Author(s): Mason T, Whittaker W, Dumville J & Bower P

Journal: BMJ Open


Work completed under ARC-GM

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Patient-facing genetic and genomic mobile apps in the UK: a systematic review of content, functionality, and quality
Accessing primary care and the importance of ‘human fit’: a qualitative participatory case study
Mobilising Knowledge in (and About) Academic Health Science Centres: Boundary Spanning, Inter-organisational Governance and Systems Thinking
Co-production practice and future research priorities in United Kingdom-funded applied health research: a scoping review
The challenges of integrating signposting into general practice: qualitative stakeholder perspectives on care navigation and social prescribing in primary care


Author(s): Brunton L, Tazzyman A, Ferguson J, Hodgson D and Nelson P

Journal: BMC Primary Care


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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How is the Behavior Change Technique Content of the NHS Diabetes Prevention Program Understood by Participants? A Qualitative Study of Fidelity, With a Focus on Receipt
Remote monitoring data from cardiac implantable electronic devices predicts all-cause mortality
Trends in survival of older care home residents in England: a 10-year multi-cohort study


Author(s): Espuny-Pujol F, Hancock R & Morciano M

Journal: Social Science and Medicine


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Market concentration, supply, quality and prices paid by Local Authorities in the English care home market
 
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