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  • 1.   Childhood immunisation in Ireland: where to now?

    This article discusses childhood immunisation

    Ir Med J, Vol: 97 Page: 136, 138-9 May 2004
    P. Mc Donald; A. J. Nicholson; E. Mc Dermott; D. O'Flanagan

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  • 2.   Children's voices: qualitative data from the 'Barretstown studies'

    The aim of this study was to describe the experiences of children affected by life-threatening illness, attending a therapeutic recreation programme

    Int J Nurs Stud, Vol: 42 Page: 733-41 September 2005
    G. Kiernan; S. Guerin; M. Maclachlan

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  • 3.   Community children's nursing in Northern Ireland: an evaluative review

    The aim of this study was to examine development of community children's nursing in Northern Ireland

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 19 Page: 25-7 February 2007
    D. Corkin; J. Chambers

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  • 4.   Connecting with Practice in the Changing Landscape of Family Support Training

    This article discusses a need for people working in the arena of family support to incorporate theory and research into their practice and to engage in a process of reflective practice

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 43-51 2006
    Pat Dolan; John Canavan; Bernadine Brady

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  • 5.   Cost effectiveness of hepatitis B vaccination strategies in Ireland: an economic evaluation

    The aim of this study was to undertake an economic evaluation of a universal infant hepatitis B vaccination programme, a six-component vaccine, compared with the current strategy of vaccinating high-risk infants with a monovalent hepatitis B vaccine

    Eur J Public Health, Vol: 18 Page: 275-82 June 2008
    L. Tilson; L. Thornton; D. O'Flanagan; H. Johnson; M. Barry

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  • 6.   Developing creative solutions to the problems of children and their families: communicative reason and the use of forum theatre

    This article discusses developing creative solutions to the problems of children and their families: utilizing the centrepiece of Boal's method, communicative reason and the use of forum theatre

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 6 Page: 285-293 2001
    Stan Houston; Tom Magili; Mark McCollum; Trevor Spratt

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  • 7.   Editorial

    This article discusses refugee and asylum seeking children and families in several countries including Ireland

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 8 Page: 161 2003
    Ravi Kohli

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  • 8.   Focusing on families

    This article describes the formulating and delivering of child and family centred policies and practice through close partnership working as reported at the sixth Northern Ireland Community Nursing Network Conference

    Community Practitioner, Vol: 77 Page: 124-126 2004
    E. White

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  • 9.   Participatory nurse/client relationships: perceptions of public health nurses and mothers of vulnerable families

    The aim of this study was to determine similarities in perceptions on participation between nurses and mothers of vulnerable families

    Appl Nurs Res, Vol: 21 Page: 169-72 August 2008
    H. Mulcahy; G. McCarthy

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  • 10.   Supporting parents who have a child referred for genetic investigation: the contribution of health visitors

    This study aimed to explore the views of health visitors in relation to their role in supporting parents of children referred for genetic investigations

    J Adv Nurs, Vol: 54 Page: 141-50 April 2006
    O. G. Barr; R. McConkey

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  • 11.   The clinical effectiveness of a brief consultation and advisory approach compared to treatment as usual in child and adolescent mental health services

    The aim of this study was to assess the clinical effectiveness of a brief consultation and advisory approach compared to treatment as usual in child and adolescent mental health services

    Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry, Vol: 13 Page: 365-76 July 2008
    J. McGarry; F. McNicholas; H. Buckley; B. D. Kelly; L. Atkin; N. Ross

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  • 12.   The use of focus group interviews in pediatric health care research

    This aim of this paper was to review and synethize the research material on focus groups with children and adolescents and to provide guidelines for future development

    J Pediatr Psychol, Vol: 27 Page: 47-57 2002 Jan-Feb
    C. M. Heary; E. Hennessy

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