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  1. Authors: Casey Ager, Matthew Reilley, Courtney Nicholas, Todd Bartkowiak, Ashvin Jaiswal, Michael Curran, Tina C. Albershardt, Anshika Bajaj, Jacob F. Archer, Rebecca S. Reeves, Lisa Y. Ngo, Peter Berglund, Jan ter Meulen, Caroline Denis, Hormas Ghadially, Thomas Arnoux…
    Citation: Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer 2016 4(Suppl 1):73

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 4 Supplement 1

  2. School gardening programmes are increasingly popular, with suggested benefits including healthier eating and increased physical activity. Our objectives were to understand the health and well-being impacts of ...

    Authors: Heather Ohly, Sarah Gentry, Rachel Wigglesworth, Alison Bethel, Rebecca Lovell and Ruth Garside
    Citation: BMC Public Health 2016 16:286

    The Erratum to this article has been published in BMC Public Health 2016 16:1051

  3. Harm perceptions of tobacco and nicotine products can influence their use and could be targeted by policies to change behaviour. IQOS was introduced to the UK in 2016, and there is little independent qualitati...

    Authors: Katherine A. East, Charlotte N. E. Tompkins, Ann McNeill and Sara C. Hitchman
    Citation: Harm Reduction Journal 2021 18:42
  4. Academic integrity policy that is inaccessible, ambiguous or confusing is likely to result in inconsistent policy enactment. Additionally, policy analysis and development are often undertaken as top down proce...

    Authors: Alison Kay Reedy, Penelope A. S. Wurm, Amanda Janssen and Alison Lockley
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:12
  5. Following the publication of this article [1], the authors reported a number of errors which are given below.

    Authors: T. J. Stephens, C. J. Peden, R. M. Pearse, S. E. Shaw, T. E. F. Abbott, E. L. Jones, D. Kocman and G. Martin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:148

    The original article was published in Implementation Science 2018 13:142

  6. The Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN) is an international registry of individuals at risk for developing autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Its primary aims are to investigate the tempora...

    Authors: Krista L Moulder, B Joy Snider, Susan L Mills, Virginia D Buckles, Anna M Santacruz, Randall J Bateman and John C Morris
    Citation: Alzheimer's Research & Therapy 2013 5:48