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  • 1.   A prospective cohort study comparing hospital admission for gastro-enteritis with home management

    The aim of the study was to compare physical and psychological outcomes in children presenting at Accident and Emergency, diagnosed with gastro-enteritis and admitted to hospital with those of a similar age, sex and severity of illness discharged home

    Child: Care, Health & Development, Vol: 31 Page: 555-562 2005
    F. Small; F. Alderdice; C. McCusker; M. Stevenson; M. Stewart

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  • 2.   Ambulatory paediatrics: does it work?

    This study aimed to determine whether a paediatric ambulatory assessment service is an effective and acceptable replacement for an inpatient unit, through analysis of hospital paediatric medical admissions

    Ir Med J, Vol: 95 Page: 41-4 February 2002
    C. Macleod; G. McElroy; D. O'Loan; F. Kennedy; R. M. Kerr; J. Jenkins; J. Lim

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  • 3.   Day service programmes for people with a severe intellectual disability and quality of life: Parent and staff perspectives

    This study examines the contributions of a community and campus based day programme to the quality of life of programme participants with a severe level of intellectual disability from the perspective of parents and staff.

    J Intellect Disabil, Vol: 12 Page: 153-72 June 2008
    E. Hartnett; P. Gallagher; G. Kiernan; C. Poulsen; E. Gilligan; M. Reynolds

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  • 4.   Does the addition of sublingual gland excision to submandibular duct relocation give better overall results in drooling control?

    The aim of this study was to compare both sublingual gland excision to submandibular duct relocation including operative time, length of hospital stay, postoperative complications, drooling scores and parental satisfaction

    Clin Otolaryngol, Vol: 32 Page: 103-7 April 2007
    F. Glynn; T. P. O'Dwyer

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  • 5.   Evaluating short-break services for families who have children with multiple disabilities

    The aim of this study was to examine how services can best meet the needs resulting from the extra demands children with physical and intellectual disabilities place on their family carers

    Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, Vol: 44 Page: 386-386 2000
    R. McConkey

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