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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Are the health needs of young people with cerebral palsy met during transition from child to adult health care?2018
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Professor Luke Vale
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Falling through the gaps: exploring the role of integrated commissioning in improving transition from children’s to adults' services for young people with long-term health conditions in England2018
Dr Jane Goodwin
Jan Lecouturier
Dr Anna Basu
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Johanna Smith
et al.
Standing Frames as Postural Management for Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Mixed Methods Feasibility Study2018
Dr Jane Goodwin
Jan Lecouturier
Johanna Smith
Dr Anna Basu
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
et al.
Understanding frames: A qualitative study of young people's experiences of using standing frames as part of postural management for cerebral palsy2018
Dr Jane Goodwin
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Dr Anna Basu
Denise Howel
Dr Jeremy Parr
et al.
Understanding frames: A UK survey of parents and professionals regarding the use of standing frames for children with cerebral palsy2018
Dr Jeremy Parr
Dr Emma Todhunter
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Dr Deborah Stocken
Dr Jill Cadwgan
et al.
Drooling Reduction Intervention randomised trial (DRI): comparing the efficacy and acceptability of hyoscine patches and glycopyrronium liquid on drooling in children with neurodisability2017
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
How available to European children and young people with cerebral palsy are features of their environment that they need?2017
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Predictors of parent-reported quality of life of adolescents with cerebral palsy: a longitudinal study2017
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Dr Sara McCafferty
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
What constitutes successful commissioning of transition from children’s to adults’ services for young people with long-term conditions and what are the challenges? An interview study2017
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Cerebral palsy2016
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