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-Psychometric properties of the pelvic organ prolapse symptom scoreGlasgow Caledonian University; University of Aberdeen; Institute for Social Marketing; Southern General Hospital
-How personal experiences feature in women’s accounts of use of information for decisions about antenatal diagnostic testing for foetal abnormalityUniversity of Oxford; University of Aberdeen; University of Glasgow
-Assessing patients’ participation and quality of decision-making: insights from a study of routine practice in diverse settingsUniversity of Aberdeen; University of York; University of Paisley; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen
-Symptom experience and subsequent mortality: results from the West of Scotland Twenty-07 studyUniversity of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen; University of Glasgow
-Do general practice characteristics influence uptake of an information technology (IT) innovation in primary care?University of Dundee; University of Edinburgh; University of Aberdeen; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee
-A qualitative study comparing commercial and health service weight loss groups, classes and clubsRobert Gordon University; University of Aberdeen
-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
-Breastfeeding peer support: Health service programmes in ScotlandUniversity of Aberdeen
-The development and testing of an algorithm for diagnosis of active labour in primiparous womenNMAHP Research; University of York; University of Stirling; University of Aberdeen; HS UG Regulated - Stirling; University of Aberdeen; University of York; NMAHP Research
-Clinical implications of the Royal College of Physicians three questions in routine asthma care: A real-life validation studyUniversity of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh; University of Manchester; University of Bath; University of Manchester; NMAHP Research; University of Birmingham; University of Aberdeen