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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Stephen Robson
Professor Judith Rankin
A survey of health professionals’ views on acceptable gestational age and termination of pregnancy for fetal anomaly2018
Dr Michelle Addison
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Frauke Becker
Dr Heather Brown
Dr Lisa Crowe
et al.
Alcohol screening and brief intervention in police Custody suites: Pilot cluster randomized controlled Trial (AcCePT)2018
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Stephen Robson
Professor Judith Rankin
Negotiating acceptable termination of pregnancy for non-lethal fetal anomaly: a qualitative study of professional perspectives2018
Dr Michelle Addison
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Iain McKinnon
Dr Lisa Crowe
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Exploring intersections between Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) and other substance use in a police custody suite setting in the North East of England2017
Dr Michelle Addison
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Iain McKinnon
Dr Lisa Crowe
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Exploring Novel Psychoactive Substance (NPS) use and its consequences for police practitioners and substance users in the North East of England2017
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Shannon Robalino
et al.
Maternal body mass index and post-term birth: a systematic review and meta-analysis2017
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Michelle Addison
Dr Anu Vaittinen
Lay views of termination of pregnancy for non-lethal fetal anomaly: Acceptable termination through stigmatising the mother2016
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr David Jones
et al.
The association between maternal body mass index (BMI), prolonged pregnancy (PP; ≥41 weeks gestation) and post-term birth (PTB; ≥42 weeks gestation): a systematic review with meta-analysis2016
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Judy Richards
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Development of guidelines for health professionals supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy2015
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Investigating available resources on loss from a multiple pregnancy to inform practice2015
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