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  1. Identifying risk factors for progression to critical care admission and death among individuals with acute pancreatitis: a record linkage analysis of Scottish healthcare databases

    Mole, D. J., Gungabissoon, U., Johnston, P., Cochrane, L., Hopkins, L., Wyper, G. M. A., Skouras, C., Dibben, C., Sullivan, F., Morris, A., Ward, H. J. T., Lawton, A. M. & Donnan, P. T. 15 Jun 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 6, 15 p., e011474

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  2. Environmental and social benefits of the targeted intraoperative radiotherapy for breast cancer: Data from UK TARGIT-A trial centres and two UK NHS hospitals offering TARGIT IORT

    Coombs, N. J., Coombs, J. M., Vaidya, U. J., Singer, J., Bulsara, M., Tobias, J. S., Wenz, F., Joseph, D. J., Brown, D. A., Rainsbury, R., Davidson, T., Adamson, D. J. A., Massarut, S., Morgan, D., Potyka, I., Corica, T., Falzon, M., Williams, N., Baum, M. & Vaidya, J. S. 9 May 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 5, e010703

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  3. Protocol for a process evaluation of a cluster randomised controlled trial to improve management of multimorbidity in general practice: the 3D study

    Mann, C., Shaw, A., Guthrie, B., Wye, L., Man, M-S., Hollinghurst, S., Brookes, S., Bower, P., Mercer, S. & Salisbury, C. 4 May 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 5, 11 p., e011260

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  4. A prospective observational study protocol to investigate long-term adverse effects of methylphenidate in children and adolescents with ADHD: The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Drugs Use Chronic Effects (ADDUCE) study

    Inglis, S., Carucci, S., Garas, P., Häge, A., Banaschewski, T., Buitelaar, J. K., Dittmann, R. W., Falissard, B., Hollis, C., Kovshoff, H., Liddle, E., McCarthy, S., Nagy, P., Neubert, A., Rosenthal, E., Sonuga-Barke, E., Wong, I., Zuddas, A., Coghill, D. C. & ADDUCE Consortium 26 Apr 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 4, 13 p.

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  5. Balancing student/trainee learning with the delivery of patient care in the healthcare workplace: a protocol for realist synthesis

    Sholl, S., Ajjawi, R., Allbutt, H., Butler, J., Jindal-Snape, D., Morrison, J. & Rees, C. 26 Apr 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 4, 7 p., e011145

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  6. BMJ open improving the management of multimorbidity in general practice: Protocol of a cluster randomised controlled trial (The 3D Study)

    Man, M. S., Chaplin, K., Mann, C., Bower, P., Brookes, S., Fitzpatrick, B., Guthrie, B., Shaw, A., Hollinghurst, S., Mercer, S., Rafi, I., Thorn, J. & Salisbury, C. 25 Apr 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 4, e011261

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  7. Improving the management of multimorbidity in general practice: protocol of a cluster randomised controlled trial (The 3D Study)

    Man, M-S., Chaplin, K., Mann, C., Bower, P., Brookes, S., Fitzpatrick, B., Guthrie, B., Shaw, A., Hollinghurst, S., Mercer, S., Rafi, I., Thorn, J. & Salisbury, C. 25 Apr 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 4, p. e011261

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  8. Cluster randomised controlled trial of a financial incentive for mothers to improve breast feeding in areas with low breastfeeding rates: the NOSH study protocol

    Relton, C., Strong, M., Renfrew, M. J., Thomas, K., Burrows, J., Whelan, B., Whitford, H. M., Scott, E., Fox-Rushby, J., Anoyke, N., Sanghera, S., Johnson, M., Easton, S. & Walters, S. 11 Apr 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 4, 9 p., e010158

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  9. Improving the management of behaviour that challenges associated with dementia in care homes: Protocol for pharmacy-health psychology intervention feasibility study

    Maidment, I. D., Shaw, R. L., Killick, K., Damery, S., Hilton, A., Wilcock, J., Barnes, N., Brown, G., Gillespie, S., Fox, C., Barton, G., Iliffe, S. & Seare, N. 23 Mar 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 3, e010279

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  10. Methods of a large prospective, randomised, open-label, blinded end-point study comparing morning versus evening dosing in hypertensive patients: the Treatment In Morning versus Evening (TIME) study

    Rorie, D. A., Rogers, A., Mackenzie, I. S., Ford, I., Webb, D. J., Willams, B., Brown, M., Poulter, N., Findlay, E., Saywood, W. & MacDonald, T. M. 9 Feb 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 2, e010313

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