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  1. Comorbid psychiatric disorders are frequent in children with intellectual disability (ID). Given the limitations of drugs treatments, cognitive remediation could be a promising tool to reduce these challenging...

    Authors: Emilie Favre, Elodie Peyroux, Marie-Noelle Babinet, Alice Poisson and Caroline Demily
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2018 18:235
  2. In October 2008, the National Institute for Health Research launched nine new research projects to develop and investigate methods of translating research evidence into practice. Given the title Collaborations...

    Authors: Richard Baker, Noelle Robertson, Stephen Rogers, Melanie Davies, Nigel Brunskill, Kamlesh Khunti, Michael Steiner, Martin Williams and Paul Sinfield
    Citation: Implementation Science 2009 4:72
  3. Participatory research is an empowering process through which individuals can increase control over their lives, and allows researchers/clinicians to gain a clearer understanding of a child’s needs. However, i...

    Authors: Laura S. Nixon, Nicky Hudson, Lorraine Culley, Maya Lakhanpaul, Noelle Robertson, Mark R. D. Johnson, Melanie McFeeters, Narynder Johal, Charlotte Hamlyn-Williams, Yebeen Ysabelle Boo and Monica Lakhanpaul
    Citation: Research Involvement and Engagement 2022 8:9
  4. To describe how using a combined approach of community-based participatory research and intervention mapping principles could inform the development of a tailored complex intervention to improve management of ...

    Authors: Monica Lakhanpaul, Lorraine Culley, Noelle Robertson, Emma C. Alexander, Deborah Bird, Nicky Hudson, Narynder Johal, Melanie McFeeters, Charlotte Hamlyn-Williams, Logan Manikam, Yebeen Ysabelle Boo, Maya Lakhanpaul and Mark R. D. Johnson
    Citation: BMC Medical Research Methodology 2020 20:271
  5. To inform the design of a clinical trial of a targeted screening programme for relatives of individuals affected by thoracic aortic disease, we performed a consensus exercise as to the acceptability of screeni...

    Authors: R. G. Abbasciano, J. Barwell, R. Sayers, M. Bown, D. Milewicz, G. Cooper, G. Mariscalco, N. Wheeldon, C. Fowler, G. Owens and G. J. Murphy
    Citation: Trials 2020 21:656
  6. Over one million children receive treatment for asthma in the UK. South Asian children experience excess morbidity and higher rates of hospitalization than the White population. This study aimed to explore per...

    Authors: Monica Lakhanpaul, Lorraine Culley, Noelle Robertson, Deborah Bird, Nicky Hudson, Narynder Johal, Melanie McFeeters, Emma Angell, Charlotte Hamlyn-Williams, Nadine Abbas, Logan Manikam and Mark Johnson
    Citation: BMC Pulmonary Medicine 2017 17:126
  7. In the UK, people of South Asian origin with asthma experience excess morbidity, with hospitalisation rates three times those of the majority White population and evidence suggests that South Asian children wi...

    Authors: Nicky Hudson, Lorraine Culley, Mark Johnson, Melanie McFeeters, Noelle Robertson, Emma Angell and Monica Lakhanpaul
    Citation: BMC Public Health 2016 16:510