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Dr Helen Taylor
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Professor Dawn Craig
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Jill Cadwgan
et al.
Children with neurodisability and feeding difficulties: A UK survey of parent-delivered interventions2021
Dr Anne Oyewole
Lucy Barrass
Emily Robertson
James Woltmann
Hannah O'Keefe
et al.
COVID-19 Impact on Diagnostic Innovations: Emerging Trends and Implications2021
Dr Louise Tanner
Professor Dawn Craig
Dr Richard Holmes
Professor Paula Moynihan
Does Dental Caries Increase Risk of Undernutrition in Children?2021
Patience Kunonga
Dr Gemma Frances Spiers
Fiona Beyer
Professor Dawn Craig
Professor Barbara Hanratty
et al.
Identifying older adults with frailty approaching end-of-life: A systematic review2021
Andrew Bryant
Shaun Hiu
Patience Kunonga
Professor Dawn Craig
Professor Luke Vale
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Impact of residual disease as a prognostic factor for survival in women with advanced epithelial ovarian cancer after primary surgery.2021
Dr Gemma Frances Spiers
Patience Kunonga
Fiona Beyer
Emeritus Professor Stuart Parker
Professor Dawn Craig
et al.
Measuring frailty in younger populations: a rapid review of evidence2021
Dr Kavita Chawla
Patience Kunonga
Dr Daniel Stow
Dr Robert Barker
Professor Dawn Craig
et al.
Prevalence of loneliness amongst older people in high-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis2021
Dr Diarmuid Coughlan
Dr Peter McMeekin
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Gary Ford
Hannah Lumley
et al.
Secondary transfer of emergency stroke patients eligible for mechanical thrombectomy by air in rural England: economic evaluation and considerations2021
Dr Gemma Frances Spiers
Patience Kunonga
Fiona Beyer
Professor Dawn Craig
Professor Barbara Hanratty
et al.
Trends in health expectancies: A systematic review of international evidence2021
Dr Christopher Marshall
Katherine Lanyi
Rhiannon Green
Dr Georgie Wilkins
Savitri Pandey
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Using Twitter to track public opinion in the UK about mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic2021
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