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-Key challenges and ways forward in researching the "good death": qualitative in-depth interview and focus group studyUniversity of Edinburgh; NMAHP Research; University of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh; St Columba's Hospice; University of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh
-Effects of algorithm for diagnosis of active labour: cluster randomised trialNMAHP Research; University of Stirling; University of York; University of York; University of Aberdeen; University of York; HS UG Regulated - Stirling; NHS Tayside; University of Aberdeen; NMAHP Research
-Developing a Longitudinal Database of Routinely Recorded Primary Care Consultations Linked to Service Use and Outcome DataNMAHP Research; University of Dundee; University of St Andrews; University of Dundee; University of St Andrews; University of Dundee; University of St Andrews; University of Dundee
-Elective induction of labour: The problem of interpretation and communication of risksNMAHP Research; NMAHP Research; NMAHP Research
-Self-Neglect Consultation Rates and Comorbidities in Primary CareNMAHP Research
-Identifying and applying psychological theory to setting and achieving rehabilitation goalsNMAHP Research; University of Stirling
-Clinical symptoms and 'off label' prescribing in children with asthmaNMAHP Research; University of Dundee; University of Edinburgh
-The barriers and facilitators to routine outcome measurement by allied health professionals in practice: a systematic reviewNMAHP Research; NMAHP Research
-The epidemiology of hospital treated traumatic brain injury in ScotlandNHS Highland; NHS National Services Scotland; NMAHP Research; University of Glasgow; NHS Highland
-Why values elicitation techniques enable people to make informed decisions about cancer trial participationNMAHP Research; University of Leeds; University of Leeds; St James University Hospital