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Suitability and acceptability of the Carer Support Needs Assessment Tool (CSNAT) for the assessment of carers of people with MND: a qualitative study
Academic Health Science Centres as Vehicles for Knowledge Mobilisation in Australia? A Qualitative Study
‘Going the distance’: an independent cohort study of engagement and dropout among the first 100 000 referrals into a large-scale diabetes prevention program
The NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme: an observational study of service delivery and patient experience
The epidemiology and determinants of non-diabetic hyperglycaemia and its conversion to type 2 diabetes mellitus, 2000-2015: cohort population study using UK electronic health records
Implementing post-discharge care following acute kidney injury in England: a single-centre qualitative evaluation


Author(s): Elvey R, Howard S, Martindale AM & Blakeman T

Journal: BMJ Open


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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Sociodemographic disparities in non‐diabetic hyperglycaemia and the transition to type 2 diabetes: evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
Implementation science in times of Covid-19


Author(s): Wensing M, Sales A, Armstrong R & Wilson P

Journal: Implementation Science


Work completed under ARC-GM

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More that unites us than divides us? A qualitative study of integration of community health and social care services


Author(s): Mitchell C, Tazzyman A, Howard S & Hodgson D

Journal: BMC Family Practice


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A drive for structure: A longitudinal qualitative study of the implementation of the Carer Support Needs Assessment Tool (CSNAT) intervention during hospital discharge at end of life
Equity and the financial cost of informal caregiving in palliative care: a critical debate
 
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