The research


Evidence for health-led interventions in the postnatal period to enhance infant and maternal mental health: A review of reviews 
Barlow J, Schrader McMillan A, Kirkpatrick S, Ghate D, Barnes J, Smith M (2010)
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Preventing Obesity: Parental views about the EMPOWER programme
Barlow J, Whitlock S, Hanson S, Davis H, Hunt C, Kirkpatrick S Rudolf M (2010)
Child: Care, Health And Development
How the Internet is changing the experience of bereavement by suicide: A qualitative study in the UK
Chapple A, Ziebland S (2010)
Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine
Viewing the body after bereavement due to a traumatic death: a qualitative study in the UK
Chapple A, Ziebland S (2010)
BMJ340: c2032
Infertility; isolation and the internet.
Hinton L, Kurinczuk J, ZieblandS (2010)
Patient Education and Counseling 81 (2010) 436-441
"To be accepted as normal": Public understanding and misconceptions concerning survivors of brain injury. 
Linden MA and Boylan A-M (2010)
Brain Injury Vol 24 (4): 642-650.
Women’s accounts of the physical sensation of chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis: expectations and experience 
Locock L, Field K, McPherson A, Boyd P (2010)
Midwifery 26 (1): 64-75
‘All in the same boat’? Patient and carer attitudes to peer support and social comparison in Motor Neurone Disease (MND)
Locock L. and Brown JB (2010)
Social Science and Medicine 71(8):1498-505.
‘Children, young people and ‘disability’: challenging children’s geographies? 
Pyer M, Horton J, Tucker F, Ryan S, Kraftl P (2010)
Children’s Geographies8 (1): 1-8 [editorial]
Meltdowns, surveillance and managing emotions; going out with children with autism 
Ryan S (2010)
Health and Place 16:868-875
Qualitative studies of the benefits and adverse effects of the availability of cancer information and support on the internet 
Sue Ziebland, Julie Evans, Alison Chapple (2010)
In The Search for an Interdisciplinary Understanding of On-Line Cancer Services, Hampton Press. Whitten P, Kreps G, Eastin MS (Eds.)


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