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Sure Start: key principles and ethos
The school experience of the child with cancer
Vance, Y. H.; Eiser, C.
Communicating about pupils in mainstream school with special health needs: the NHS perspective
Mukherjee, S.; Lightfoot, J.; Sloper, P.
Early rehabilitation service utilization patterns in young children with developmental delays
Majnemer, A.; Shevell, M.I.; Rosenbaum, P.; Abrahamowicz, M.
Citizens advice in primary care for families with young children
Reading, R.; Steel, S.; Reynolds, S.
Growth of working boys in Jordan: a cross-sectional survey using non-working male siblings as comparisons
Hawamdeh, H.; Spencer, N.
Can maternal depression increase infant risk of illness and growth impairment in developing countries?
Rahman, A.; Harrington, R.; Bunn, J.
Environmental barriers in mainstream schools
Hemmingson, H.; Borell, L.
Communicating a diagnosis of developmental disability to parents: multiprofessional negotiation frameworks
Coping of parents with physically and/or intellectually disabled children
Taanila, A.; Syrjälä, L.; Kokkonen, J.; Järvelin, M.-R.
Disability in children from different ethnic populations
Morton, R.; Sharma, V.; Nicholson, J.; Broderick, M.; Poyser, J.
‘Not by bread alone’: impact of a structured 90-minute play session on development of children in an orphanage
Taneja, V.; Sriram, S.; Beri, R.S.; Sreenivas, V.; Aggarwal, R.; Kaur, R.
Secondary school accident reporting in one education authority
Williams, W.R.; Latif, A.H.A.; Sibert, J
‘I’ve come for his throat’: roles and identities in doctor–parent–child communication
Tates, K.; Meeuwesen, L.; Elbers, E.; Bensing, J.
Extracts from ‘Clinical Evidence’: Infantile colic.
Measuring behaviour in developmental disability: a review of existing schedules.
Ecological study of effect of breast feeding on infant mortality in Latin America.
Reduced osmolarity oral rehydration solution for treating dehydration due to diarrhoea in children: systematic review.
Subjective health complaints in adolescence. A cross-national comparison of prevalence and dimensionality.
Long-term illness and psychosomatic complaints in children aged 2–17 years in the five Nordic countries. Comparison between 1984 and 1996.
Neurodevelopmental outcome in meningococcal disease: a case-control study.
A glossary for social epidemiology.
Educational and behavioural problems in babies of 32–35 weeks gestation.
Meningitis in infancy in England and Wales: follow up at age 5 years.
Children’s emotional and behavioural well-being and the family environment: findings from the Health Survey for England.
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