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  • 1.   A common, symptom-based case definition for gastroenteritis

    The aim of the study was to establish common, symptom-based case definition for gastroenteritis by comparing across four counteries

    Epidemiology and Infection, Vol: 136 Page: 886-894 2008
    S. E. Majowicz; G. Hall; E. Scallan; G. K. Adak; C. Gauci; T. F. Jones; S. O'Brien; O. Henao; P. Sockett

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  • 2.   Consensus statements on the borderlands of neonatal viability: from uncertainty to grey areas

    This article discusses consensus statements on neonatal viability

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: 561-4 September 2007
    C. Vavasseur; A. Foran; J. F. Murphy

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  • 3.   Cross-National Comparisons of the Association between Alcohol Consumption and Deliberate Self-Harm in Adolescents

    The aim of this study was to investigate how differences in drinking patterns may affect the impact of alcohol consumption on deliberate self-harm among adolescents

    Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, Vol: 37 Page: 605-615 2007
    Ingeborg Rossow; Mette Ystgaard; Keith Hawton; Nicola Madge; Kees Van Heeringen; Erik Jan De Wilde; Diego DeLeo; Sandor Fekete; Carolyn Morey

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  • 4.   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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  • 5.   GROWING UP IN AUSTRALIA GOES INTERNATIONAL

    This abstract reports on the Australian Institute of Family Studies and Growing Up in Australia and the invite from Sheila Green to provide advice to the "Growing Up in Ireland" project team

    Family Matters, 2006 Spring/Summer2006

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  • 6.   Large international differences in (adeno)tonsillectomy rates

    The aim of this study was to examine recent paediatric and adolescent (adeno)tonsillectomy (T +/- Ads) rates in several countries of the European Union, the US, Canada and Australia.

    Clin Otolaryngol Allied Sci, Vol: 29 Page: 161-4 April 2004
    E. H. Van Den Akker; A. W. Hoes; M. J. Burton; A. G. Schilder

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  • 7.   Representing children's views and best interests in court: an international comparison

    This paper provides a comparison of a number of alternative models of international practice in relation to the appointment and organization of guardians ad litem and other children's representatives in child care and family proceedings

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 14 Page: 220-239 2005
    A. Bilson; S. White

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  • 8.   Secular trends in the performance of children and adolescents (1980-2000): an analysis of 55 studies of the 20m shuttle run test in 11 countries

    This meta-analysis compared the results of 55 reports of the performance of children and adolescents aged 6-19 years who have used the 20m shuttle run test (20mSRT)

    Sports Medicine, Vol: 33 Page: 285-300 2003
    G. R. Tomkinson; L. A. LĂ©ger; T. S. Olds; G. Cazorla

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