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  • 1.   A Retrospective Critical Analysis of Family Support in Practice within a Residential Care Setting

    The aim of this study was to examine the importance of reflection and how it promotes greater levels of partnership and consultation with the service users and their families in a residential care unit specialising in working with children and families

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 49-55 2007
    Jeanne Thorne

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  • 2.   A review of early childhood studies

    This article provides an introduction to the many aspects of childhood studies. The different strategies, particularly interventions, to achieve these objectives are discussed

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: suppl 69-71 September 2007
    D. McMahon

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  • 3.   An evaluation of the Child and Parent Support Service within the Magherafelt and Cookstown area

    This article explores the interface between adult mental health issues and child development.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 125-135 2007
    Huw Griffiths; Vikki Boland; David Gilliland; Bronagh McKernan; Liz Shields

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  • 4.   Chapter 3: A Focus on the Personal and Structural: Resilience Explored

    This article discusses resilience in children attending a youth project in Limerick

    Child & Youth Services, Vol: 29 Page: 57-69 2007

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  • 5.   Childbirth and infant development knowledge gaps in interpersonal settings

    The aim of this study was to examine the hypothesis which predicts that infusions of information into an environment will lead to knowledge gain by groups with higher socioeconomic status at rates that outpace the knowledge gain of lower SES groups

    J Health Commun, Vol: 3 Page: 29-51 1998 Jan-Mar
    C. Gaziano; J. O'Leary

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  • 6.   Children's reasoning about the causal significance of the temporal order of events

    The aim of this study was to examine children's ability to reason about the causal significance of the order in which 2 events occurred (the pressing of buttons on a mechanically operated box).

    Dev Psychol, Vol: 41 Page: 54-63 January 2005
    T. McCormack; C. Hoerl

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  • 7.   Community Mothers Programme--seven year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial of non-professional intervention in parenting

    The aim of this study was to assess child health, nutrition, cognitive stimulation, parenting skills, and maternal self-esteem following a Community Mothers Intervention Programme seven years earlier

    J Public Health Med, Vol: 22 Page: 337-42 September 2000
    Z. Johnson; B. Molloy; E. Scallan; P. Fitzpatrick; B. Rooney; T. Keegan; P. Byrne

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  • 8.   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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  • 9.   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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  • 10.   Episodic temporal generalization: a developmental study

    This study aimed to examine perceptual processes as a source of scalar variability in timing, and the developmental changes in levels of such variability.

    Q J Exp Psychol A, Vol: 58 Page: 693-704 May 2005
    T. McCormack; J. H. Wearden; M. C. Smith; G. D. Brown

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  • 11.   Gender balance/gender bias: the teaching profession and the impact of feminisation

    This article discusses gender balance/gender bias in the teaching profession and the impact of feminisation

    Gender & Education, Vol: 20 Page: 309-323 2008
    Sheelagh Drudy

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  • 12.   Growing up Irish: Changing children in a changing society

    This article discusses norms and change in the environment of children growing up in Ireland

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 122-137 2000
    Sheila Greene; Geraldine Moane

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  • 13.   Home-based support for disadvantaged teenage mothers

    The aim of the review was to assess the effectiveness of home-visiting programmes for women who have recently given birth and who are socially or economically disadvantaged.

    Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2007
    G. Macdonald; C. Bennett; J. Dennis; E. Coren; J. Patterson; M. Astin; J. Abbott

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  • 14.   Involving Fathers in Psychological Services for Children

    This article is a commentary of the special series on involving fathers in psychological services for children

    Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 94-97 2006
    Alan Carr

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  • 15.   Is infant growth changing?

    The aim of this study was to examine infant weight gain over a ten year period

    Int J Obes (Lond), Vol: 30 Page: 1094-6 July 2006
    A. R. Tate; C. Dezateux; T. J. Cole

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  • 16.   Neonatal seizures-management and outcome in a regional unit [1]

    The aim of this study was to examine neonatal seizures-management and outcome in a regional unit

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 95 Page: 122-123 2002
    C. Mayes; J. Yarr; D. Spence; R. Tubman; H. L. Halliday

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  • 17.   Neurodevelopmental and respiratory follow-up results at 7 years for children from the United Kingdom and Ireland enrolled in a randomized trial of early and late postnatal corticosteroid treatment, systemic and inhaled (the Open Study of Early Corticosteroid Treatment)

    The aim of the study was to compare early school-age neurodevelopmental and respiratory outcomes for children treated with either early (<3/7) or delayed selective (>15/7) postnatal corticosteroid therapy comparing dexamethasone with budesonide treatment

    Pediatrics, Vol: 117 Page: 2196-205 June 2006
    T. T. Wilson; L. Waters; C. C. Patterson; C. G. McCusker; N. M. Rooney; N. Marlow; H. L. Halliday

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  • 18.   New cross sectional stature, weight, and head circumference references for Down's syndrome in the UK and Republic of Ireland

    The aim of this study was to develop a growth reference chart for children with uncomplicated down syndrome in the United Kingdom and Ireland

    Archives of Disease in Childhood, Vol: 87 Page: 104-108 2002
    M. E. Styles; T. J. Cole; J. Dennis; M. A. Preece

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  • 19.   Normal neurologic and developmental outcome after an accidental intravenous infusion of expressed breast milk in a neonate

    This case report discusses the neurologic and developmental outcome of an infant after an accidental intravenous infusion of expressed breast milk

    Pediatrics, Vol: 117 Page: 236-8 January 2006
    C. A. Ryan; I. Mohammad; B. Murphy

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  • 20.   Nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease

    This article discusses nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease

    Best Pract Res Clin Gastroenterol, Vol: 20 Page: 561-73 2006
    M. O'Sullivan; C. O'Morain

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  • 21.   Pain barrier

    This article discusses the need to swiftly identify and deal with pain in children to avoid fear of the medical profession in adulthood

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 16 Page: 23-24 2008

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  • 22.   Politics Page UK

    This article focused on the establishment of a committee to learn about the experiences of people with a learning disability and their carers in Northern Ireland

    British Journal of Special Education, Vol: 31 Page: 106-107
    Suzanne Mackenzie

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  • 23.   Preschool experience in 10 countries: Cognitive and language performance at age 7

    The aim of this study was to measure cognitive and language performance at age 7 in preschool children across 10 countries

    Early Childhood Research Quarterly, Vol: 21 Page: 313-331 2006
    Jeanne E. Montie; Zongping Xiang; Lawrence J. Schweinhart

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  • 24.   Referral biases and diagnostic dilemmas

    This article discusses some of the referral biases observed in clinical practice and discuss the implications of mis-diagnosis in routine Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

    Attach Hum Dev, Vol: 5 Page: 249-52 September 2003
    J. G. Byrne

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  • 25.   Review of War, conflict, play

    Book Review: War, conflict, play by T. Hyder (2005). Working with war-affected refugee and asylum seeker children poses special challenges to early education practitioners as a result of the cultural differences, upheaval and trauma that children and

    International Journal of Early Years Education, Vol: 13 Page: 305-307 2005
    Angela Veale

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  • 26.   Supporting mothers: issues in a Community Mothers Programme

    This study describes a community support programme which implicitly challenges the assumption that the existence of a partner and local kin obviates the need to support women when they come home from hospital with a new baby

    Community, Work & Family, Vol: 4 Page: 63-85 2001
    Pat O'Connor

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  • 27.   TAC-TIC therapy with premature infants: a series of investigative studies

    This article provides a synopsis of a series of studies exploring the effects of TAC-TIC (Touching And Caressing-Tender In Caring) therapy with premature infants.

    Neuro Endocrinol Lett, Vol: 25 Suppl 1 Page: 67-77 December 2004
    A. de Roiste

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  • 28.   The attitudes and friendship intentions of children in United Kingdom mainstream schools towards peers with physical or intellectual disabilities

    The aim of this study was to examine attitudes and friendship intentions of children in United Kingdom mainstream schools towards peers with physical or intellectual disabilities

    International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, Vol: 52 Page: 79-99
    Glynis Laws; Elaine Kelly

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  • 29.   The function of dreaming

    This article discusses the function of dreaming

    Rev Neurosci, Vol: 12 Page: 365-71 2001
    H. Staunton

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  • 30.   The relationship between gross motor function and participation restriction in children with cerebral palsy: an exploratory analysis

    The aim of this study was to examine gross motor function and participation restrictions experienced by children with cerebral palsy

    Child: Care, Health & Development, Vol: 33 Page: 22-27 2007
    C. Kerr; B. McDowell; S. McDonough

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  • 31.   Using an assessment framework: outcomes from a pilot study

    The aim of this study was to examine a framework for the assessment of vulnerable children and their families in five health board areas in the Republic of Ireland

    Journal of Children's Services, Vol: 2 Page: 37-47 2007
    Helen Buckley; Sadhbh Whelan; Cliona Murphy; Jan Horwath

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  • 32.   Voice of Young People in Care: "Don't be so Formal, I'm Normal" Caspar Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, January 25, 2007

    This article discusses highlights of the conference on mental health, on looked-after children and care leavers, which was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland on January 25, 2007

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 301-310 2007
    Áine McGinnity

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  • 33.   WITHDRAWN: Home-based support for disadvantaged teenage mothers

    WITHDRAWN: The aim of the review was to assess the effectiveness of home-visiting programmes for women who have recently given birth and who are socially or economically disadvantaged.

    Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2008
    G. Macdonald; C. Bennett; J. Dennis; E. Coren; J. Patterson; M. Astin; J. Abbott

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