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Andrews, Joanna (2021) A critical review to explore the knowledge and attitude of men from an FGM-practising country on the practice of FGM. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 31 (4). pp. 425-430. ISSN 0961-5555


Bullo, Stella and Weckesser, Annalise (2021) Addressing Challenges in Endometriosis Pain Communication Between Patients and Doctors: The Role of Language. Frontiers in Global Women's Health. ISSN 2673-5059


Campbell, Christine and Scoats, Ryan and Wignall, Liam (2023) “Oh! How Modern! And... Are You Ok with That?”: Consensually Non-Monogamous People’s Experiences When Accessing Sexual Health Care. The Journal of Sex Research. ISSN 1559-8519


Dakka, Fadia and Wade, Alex (2023) Postgraduate Research in a Sick Society. Research Papers in Education. ISSN 0267-1522


Farooqi, Azhar and Jutlla, Karan and Raghavan, Raghu and Wilson, A. and Uddin, Mohammud Shams and Akroyd, Carol and Patel, Naina and Campbell-Morris, Pamela Peggy and Farooqi, Aaisha (2022) Developing a toolkit for increasing the participation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities in health and social care research. BMC Medical Research Methodology. ISSN 1471-2288


Hafner, Marco and Yerushalmi, Erez and Andersson, Fredrik L. and Burtea, Teodor (2022) Partially different? The importance of general equilibrium in health economic evaluations: an application to nocturia. Health Economics. ISSN 1099-1050

Hafner, Marco and Yerushalmi, Erez and Dufresne, Elaine and Gkousis, Evangelos (2021) The Potential Socio-Economic Impact of Telemedicine in Canada. Project Report. RAND Corporation.

Hafner, Marco and Yerushalmi, Erez and Dufresne, Elaine and Gkousis, Evangelos (2022) The potential socio-economic impact of telemedicine in Canada. Working Paper. RAND Health Quarterly.

Haidar, Diana and Hérault, Nora and Tawil, Abdel-Rahman H. and Sharratt, Nigel and Vlachos, Konstantinos and Vakaj, Edlira (2022) Health and Well-being Impact of Coronavirus: A Case study of West Midlands vs England. In: ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, 30th November - 3rd December 2021, Tangier, Morocco.

Hailey, L. and Bundy, C. and Howells, L. and Kirtley, S. and Martin, S. and O'Sullivan, D. and Steinkoenig, I. and Stepney, M and Coates, L. (2023) Developing evidence-based patient focused learning materials to support health behaviour change for people living with psoriatic arthritis. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 81 (S1). pp. 845-846. ISSN 2056-5933

Harvey, Hannah (2021) The Terminology Use and Diagnostic Approaches of Paediatric Speech and Language Therapists in the UK. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Harvey, Merryl and Denton, Jane and Alamad, Lara and Adams, Cheryll and Turville, Nathalie and Cook, Robert (2021) Supporting multiple birth families; establishing an evidence base to inform health visitor practice. A report from the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre and the Institute for Health Visiting March 2020. Project Report. Birmingham City University.


Lewis, Catherine and Johnson, Sheena and Hartwig, Angelique and Ubido, Janet and Coleman, Anna and Gartland, Nicola and Kamal, Atiya and Gaokar, Amit and Armitage, Christopher J. and Fishwick, David and van Tongeren, Martie (2023) Areas of enduring COVID-19 prevalence: drivers of prevalence and mitigating strategies. BMC Public Health, 23. p. 1203. ISSN 1471-2458

Liu, Yanghua and Alnababtah, K.M. and Cook, Simon and Yu, Ying (2021) Healthcare providers’ perception of faecal microbiota transplantation with clostridium difficile infection and inflammatory bowel disease: a quantitative systematic review. Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology, 14. pp. 1-14. ISSN 1756-283X


Nikologianni, Anastasia and Betta, Alessandro and Gretter, Alessandro (2022) Contribution of Conceptual-Drawing Methods to Raise Awareness on Landscape Connectivity: Socio-Environmental Analysis in the Regional Context of Trentino (Italy). Sustainability, 14 (13). p. 7975. ISSN 2071-1050


Paranhos, Julia and Hasenclever, Lia and Perin, Fernanda (2023) The Brazilian Pharmaceutical Industry: Actors, Institutions, and Policies. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 51 (S1). pp. 126-135. ISSN 1073-1105

Paranhos, Julia and Perin, Fernanda and Cataldo, Bruna and Moreira, Thiago (2022) Potentials And Vulnerabilities Of The Interaction Between Companies And Scientific And Technological Institutions In The Pharmaceutical Sector: the actors' view. In: The Vulnerabilities of the Brazilian Health Industrial Complex. E-papers, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ISBN 9786587065328

Perin, Fernanda and Paranhos, Julia (2023) Policies to support the internationalisation of latecomer science-based firms: the experience of Large Brazilian Pharmaceutical Companies. Multinational Business Review. ISSN 1525-383X


Shaw, Chloe and Connabeer, Kathrina and Drew, Paul and Gallagher, Katie and Aladangady, Narendra and Marlow, Neil (2022) End-of-life decision making between doctors and parents in NICU: The development and assessment of a conversation analysis coding framework. Health Communication. ISSN 1041-0236


Turville, Nathalie and Alamad, Lara and Denton, Jane and Cook, Robert and Harvey, M.E. (2021) Supporting multiple birth families: Perceptions and experiences of health visitors. Public Health Nursing. ISSN 0737-1209


Williams, Gemma C. (2022) Commentary: Promoting a gender-affirming environment in research: implications for research nurses. Journal of Research in Nursing. ISSN 1744-9871


Xu, Wenge and Liang, Hai-Ning and Nilufar, Baghaei and Ma, Xiaoyue and Yu, Kangyou and Meng, Xuanru and Shaoyue, Ma (2021) Effects of an Immersive Virtual Reality Exergame on University Students’ Anxiety, Depression, and Perceived Stress: Pilot Feasibility and Usability Study. JMIR Serious Games, 9 (4). e29330. ISSN 2291-9279

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