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-A qualitative study comparing commercial and health service weight loss groups, classes and clubsRobert Gordon University; University of Aberdeen
-Developing a community-based intervention to improve quality of life in people with colorectal cancer: a complex intervention development studyUniversity of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Glasgow; University of Aberdeen; HS Research - Highland; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; Aberdeen Royal Infirmary; University of Hull; Newcastle University; Aberdeen Royal Infirmary; University of Glasgow; University of Aberdeen
-Why do interventions work in some places and not others: A breastfeeding support group trialUniversity of Aberdeen; University of Wales College of Medicine
-Stroke patients' informal caregivers: Patient, caregiver, and service factors that affect caregiver strainUniversity of Aberdeen; Glasgow Caledonian University
-Psychometric properties of the SF-36 in the early post-stroke phaseGlasgow Caledonian University; University of Aberdeen
-Recruitment issues when primary care population clusters are used in randomised controlled clinical trials: Climbing mountains or pushing boulders uphill?University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen
-The FEeding Support Team (FEST) randomised, controlled feasibility trial of proactive and reactive telephone support for breastfeeding women living in disadvantaged areasUniversity of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; Newcastle University
-The use of video support for infant feeding after hospital discharge: a study in remote and rural ScotlandUniversity of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; NHS Highland
-Effectiveness of a breastfeeding peer coaching intervention in rural ScotlandUniversity of Aberdeen; University of Wales College of Medicine
-Global evidence synthesis and UK idiosyncrasy: why have recent UK trials had no significant effects on breastfeeding rates? (Editorial)University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen