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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

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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

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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

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One man's medicine is another man's poison': a qualitative study of user perspectives on low intensity interventions for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
New Game, Old Rules? Mechanisms and Consequences of Legitimation in Boundary Spanning Activities


Author(s): Kislov R, Hyde P & McDonald R

Journal: Organization Studies


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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The policy work of pilioting: mobilising and managing conflict and ambiguity in the English NHS
A service improvement ‘tool kit’ for effective heart failure management in primary care


Author(s): Astin F, Burey L & Cook P

Journal: British Journal of Cardiac Nursing


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Normative Values for Corneal Nerve Morphology Assessed Using Corneal Confocal Microscopy: A Worldwide Normative Dataset
What is rehabilitation potential? Development of a theoretical model through the accounts of healthcare professionals working in stroke rehabilitation services
Development of a patient=centred, patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) for post-stroke cognitive rehabilitation: qualitative interviews with stroke survivors to inform design and content.
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