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PreviewIssue DateTitleContributor(s)
-A Systematic Review of Worldwide Cancer Nursing Research: 1994 to 2003University of Manchester; Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children; Middlesex University; King's College London; University of Manchester; University of Manchester; Cancer Care Research Centre
-Researching experiences of terminal cancer: a systematic review of methodological issues and approachesNMAHP Research; University of Edinburgh; Strathcarron Hospice; Cancer Care Research Centre; University of Stirling; University of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh; St Columba's Hospice; University of Edinburgh
-A review of the effectiveness of interventions, approaches and models at individual, community and population level that are aimed at changing health outcomes through changing knowledge attitudes and behaviourNMAHP Research; University of Abertay; University of Dundee
-Systematic Review Summary: Psychological interventions to improve quality of life and emotional well-being for recently diagnosed cancer patientsHS UG Regulated - W Isles
-A Critical Analysis of Evidence-Based Practice in Healthcare: The Case of Asthma Action PlansPaley, John; Jepson, Ruth; School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health
-Interventions to prevent substance use and risky sexual behaviour in young people: a systematic reviewScottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy; Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy; University of Edinburgh
-The effectiveness of interventions to change six health behaviours: a review of reviewsNMAHP Research; University of Edinburgh; Glasgow Centre for Population Health
-Infants admitted to neonatal units - interventions to improve breastfeeding outcomes: a systematic review 1990-2007Psychology
-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
-A review of the effectiveness of mass media interventions which both encourage quit attempts and reinforce current and recent attempts to quit smokingNMAHP Research; University of Dundee; University of Abertay; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Stirling; University of York