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Where to now? AVERT answered an important question, but raised many more
Paradoxes, challenges and opportunities of boundary reconfiguration: An ethnographic study of a large-scale healthcare partnership
Acute Kidney Injury in Global Health: Making Care Visible for Managerial Tinkering

Managing Acute Kidney Injury Together (MAKIT) for better health


Author(s): Brisley A, Bailey S, Weisshaar C & Blakeman T

Journal: Bodies in Transition — Power, Knowledge and Medical Anthropology


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What are the risks and benefits of temporarily discontinuing medications to prevent acute kidney injury?: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Improving registration of CKD and blood pressure control in primary care: a tailored multifaceted quality improvement programme
Blog: We need less rhetoric and more reality on social prescribing


Author(s): Wilson P

Journal: Pulse Today


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Social prescribing: less rhetoric and more reality. A systematic review of the evidence’


Author(s): Bickerdike L, Booth A, Wilson P, Farley K & Wright K

Journal: BMJ Open


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Understanding experiences of and preferences for service user and carer involvement in physical health care discussions within mental health care planning
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
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