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Development of guidance on the timeliness in response to acute kidney injury warning stage test results for adults in primary care: an appropriateness ratings evaluation
Associations between Extending Access to Primary Care and Emergency Department Visits: A Difference-In-Differences Analysis
Preventing acute kidney injury: a qualitative study exploring ‘sick day rules’ implementation in primary care
Explaining outcomes in major system change: a qualitative study of implementing centralised acute stroke services in two large metropolitan regions in England
Understanding the implementation of interventions to improve the management of chronic kidney disease in primary care: a rapid realist review
Health and social care devolution: the Greater Manchester experiment


Author(s): Walshe K, Coleman A, McDonald R, Lorne C & Munford L

Journal: BMJ


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PARIHS revisited: from heuristic to integrated framework for the successful implementation of knowledge into practice


Author(s): Harvey G & Kitson A

Journal: Implementation Science


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Brief encounters: what do primary care professionals contribute to peoples’ self-care support network for long-term conditions? A mixed methods study


Author(s): Rogers A, Vassilev I, Brooks H, Kennedy A & Blickem C

Journal: BMC Family Practice


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I’m Managing My Diabetes between Two Worlds: Beliefs and Experiences of Diabetes Management in British South Asians on Holiday in the East—A Qualitative Study
PRECiS (Patient Reported Evaluation of Cognitive State): Psychometric evaluation of a new patient reported outcome measure of the impact of stroke

Stroke Outcomes Model


Author(s): Patchick E, Vail A, Wood A, Bowen A

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Plans to accelerate innovation in health systems are less than IDEAL


Author(s): Wilson P, Boaden R & Harvey G

Journal: BMJ Quality and Safety


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Collective action for knowledge mobilisation: a realist evaluation of the Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care
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