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Social prescribing: less rhetoric and more reality. A systematic review of the evidence
What are the combined effects of negative emotions and illness cognitions on self-care in people with type 2 diabetes? A longitudinal structural equation model
Long term cost-effectiveness of collaborative care (versus usual care) for people with depression and comorbid diabetes or cardiovascular disease: a Markov model informed by the COINCIDE randomised controlled trial
The role of boundary spanners in delivering collaborative care – a process evaluation
Involving healthcare professionals and family carers in setting research priorities for end-of-life care
The contributions of family care-givers at end of life: A national post-bereavement census survey of cancer carers
Protease-modulating matrix treatments for healing venous leg ulcers

Author(s): Westby MJ, Norman G, Dumville JC, Stubbs N & Cullum N

Journal: Cochrane

Work completed under CLAHRC GM


If we build it, will they use it? Phase I observational evaluation of ReaDySpeech, an online therapy programme for people with dysarthria after stroke

Author(s): Mitchell C, Bowen A, Tyson S & Conroy P

Journal: Cogent Medcine

Work completed under CLAHRC GM


Chronic kidney disease identification and management in primary care
Health technologies ‘In the wild’: experiences of engagement with computerised CBT. CHI’16 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems,
Dangerous ideas SAPC competition winner - Should health research be crowd funded through kickstarter

Author(s): Knowles S

Journal: British Journal of General Practice

Work completed under CLAHRC GM


One man's medicine is another man's poison': a qualitative study of user perspectives on low intensity interventions for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
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