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2019-10-01Exploring the concept of pain of Australian children with and without pain: Qualitative studyPate, JW; Noblet, T; Hush, JM; Hancock, MJ; Sandells, R; Pounder, M; Pacey, V
2017-04-24Piloting an email-based resource package for job seekers with multiple sclerosisDorstyn, D; Roberts, R; Murphy, G; Kneebone, I; Migliorini, C; Craig, A; Hutchinson, C; Field, D
2018-09-01The Acute Aphasia IMplementation Study (AAIMS): a pilot cluster randomized controlled trialShrubsole, K; Worrall, L; Power, E; O'Connor, DA
2017-12-01Influence of the mode of administration on the results of medication adherence questionnairesCabral, AC; Moura-Ramos, M; Castel-Branco, M; Caramona, M; Fernandez-Llimos, F; Figueiredo, IV
2001-10-06Tumour necrosis factor-α potentiates contraction of human bronchus in vitroSukkar, MB; Margaret Hughes, J; Armour, CL; Johnson, PRA
2019-05-01A content analysis of documentation on communication disability in hospital progress notes: diagnosis, function, and patient safetySteel, J; Georgiou, A; Balandin, S; Hill, S; Worrall, L; Hemsley, B
2013-01-01Vibration response imaging: protocol for a systematic review.Berry, MP; Camporota, L; Ntoumenopoulos, G
2018-01-15Group-based multicomponent treatment to reduce depressive symptoms in women with co-morbid psychiatric and psychosocial problems during pregnancy: A randomized controlled trialVan Ravesteyn, LM; Kamperman, AM; Schneider, TAJ; Raats, ME; Steegers, EAP; Tiemeier, H; Hoogendijk, WJG; Lambregtse-van den Berg, MP
2001-01-01Efficacy and tolerability of the anti-inflammatory throat lozenge flurbiprofen 8.75mg in the treatment of sore throat a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled studyBenrimoj, SI; Langford, JH; Christian, J; Charlesworth, A; Steans, A
2019-04-30Beyond clinical care: the pharmacoeconomic and research roles of pharmacists in PolandPawłowska, I; Krzyzaniak, N; Pawłowski, L; Kocić, I
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