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Category: <span>Publications</span>

New research: Challenges and possible solutions for accessing scholarly literature among medical and nursing professionals and students in low-and-middle income countries: A systematic review

New review by Mengying Zang, Larry Doi, Joshua Awua, Hayford Asawe and Rosie Stenhouse.   The issue of access to scholarly literature is key to the development of evidence and evidence based practice for nursing and healthcare. Within low and middle income countries this access is impeded by a …

A Report on key outcomes following the implementation of 20mph speed limits in the City of Edinburgh

REPORT: A Report on key outcomes following the implementation of 20mph speed limits in the City of Edinburgh Dr. Glenna Nightingale and Professor Ruth Jepson on behalf of the NIHR 20mph evaluation project team October 28th , 2019 This report is prepared by the “Is twenty plenty for health?” project …

August Bulletin 2019

Catch up on all our latest news in our August Bulletin Featuring BROWN BAG SERIES…coming soon! A forum for exchanging ideas across our three focus areas – Healthy Mobility, Physical & Mental Health and Intervention Development & Evaluation. Project Update – Stand up for Health team have analysed the data from first round …


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