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-General Practitioner Involvement in Remote and Rural Maternity Care: Too Big a Challenge?University of Aberdeen; University of Stirling; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; Robert Gordon University; NMAHP Research; UHI Millennium Institute; NHS Highland
-A feasibility study of a personalised lifestyle programme (HealthForce) for individuals who have participated in cardiovascular risk screeningUniversity of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; NMAHP Research; University of Aberdeen; University of Dundee; University of Dundee
-Risk and protective factors for suicide and suicidal behaviour: a literature reviewScottish Development Centre for Mental Health; Sociology/Social Pol&Criminology; University of Edinburgh; NMAHP Research
-The trials and tribulations of intrapartum studiesUniversity of Stirling; NMAHP Research
-Risk assessment and decision making about in-labour transfer from rural maternity care: a social judgment and signal detection analysisNMAHP Research; NMAHP Research; University of Aberdeen; NHS Grampian; NHS Highland
-The buck stops here: Midwives and maternity care in rural ScotlandNMAHP Research; University of Aberdeen; University of Stirling; UHI Millennium Institute; NHS Highland; University of Aberdeen; Bournemouth University; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen
-Patient enablement requires physician empathy: a cross-sectional study of general practice consultations in areas of high and low socioeconomic deprivation in ScotlandUniversity of Glasgow; University of Glasgow; NMAHP Research; The Chinese University of Hong Kong; University of Glasgow
-Mother knows best: Developing a consumer led, evidence informed, research agenda for maternity careNMAHP Research; City University London; NMAHP Research
-Mothers' perceptions of their children's occupational therapy processes: a qualitative interview studyUniversity of Aberdeen; NMAHP Research; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen
-Complex Interventions and Complex Systems in Occupational Therapy: an Alternative PerspectiveNMAHP Research; HS Health - Stirling; University College London