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An intervention for people with learning disabilities and epilepsy

02 March 2015

Learning Disability Practice

Art & Science

Epilepsy is relatively common in people with learning disabilities, and can be complex and refractory to treatment, with negative effects on quality of life and...

Assessing the effect of a complex psychosocial intervention: a methodological note on determining measurement intervals

15 July 2011

Nurse Researcher


Aim Guidelines describing how to carry out a randomised controlled trial (RCT) provide no advice concerning when to measure an intervention effect. Possibly as a...

Protocol for a block randomised controlled trial of an intervention to improve heart failure care

21 March 2016

Nurse Researcher

Cultural relevance

Aim To describe the design of a randomised controlled trial conducted to evaluate a culturally tailored, nurse-led educational intervention. Background Self-care...

Strategies to enhance recruitment of rural-dwelling older people into community-based trials

14 September 2015

Nurse Researcher

Engaging participants

Aim To describe strategies that can enhance the recruitment of rural-dwelling older people into clinical trials. Background Recruitment to studies can be...

Experiences of researchers in understanding domestic violence

06 September 2011

Primary Health Care

A&S Science

Three members of the Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS) research team set out the difficulties they faced when attempting to implement a domestic...

Evaluation of low-carbohydrate dietary advice for people recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and the implications for primary care

24 December 2018

Primary Health Care

literature review

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) has a significant effect on people’s health and it often leads to further complications. It also demands huge time and budgetary...