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Dissemination of Health-Related Research among Scientists in Three Countries: Access to Resources and Current Practices


Author(s): Tabak RG, Reis RS, Wilson P & Brownson RC

Journal: BioMed Research International


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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Collective action for implementation: a realist evaluation of organisational collaboration in healthcare
Prevalence and measurement of anxiety in heart failure patient samples: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
Getting messier with TIDieR: embracing context and complexity in intervention reporting
Understanding the implementation of ‘sick day guidance’ to prevent Acute Kidney Injury across a primary care setting in England: a qualitative evaluation
The spatial politics of place and health policy: Exploring Sustainability and Transformation Plans in the English NHS
Where to now? AVERT answered an important question, but raised many more
Paradoxes, challenges and opportunities of boundary reconfiguration: An ethnographic study of a large-scale healthcare partnership
Acute Kidney Injury in Global Health: Making Care Visible for Managerial Tinkering

Managing Acute Kidney Injury Together (MAKIT) for better health


Author(s): Brisley A, Bailey S, Weisshaar C & Blakeman T

Journal: Bodies in Transition — Power, Knowledge and Medical Anthropology


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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What are the risks and benefits of temporarily discontinuing medications to prevent acute kidney injury?: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Improving registration of CKD and blood pressure control in primary care: a tailored multifaceted quality improvement programme
Blog: We need less rhetoric and more reality on social prescribing


Author(s): Wilson P

Journal: Pulse Today


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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