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Sexual health and fertility in Duchenne muscular dystrophy—An exploratory study
Hoskin, J., Cheetha, T. D., Mitchell, R. T., Choong, W. S. and Wood, C. L. 2024. Sexual health and fertility in Duchenne muscular dystrophy—An exploratory study. Muscle & Nerve. In Press. https://doi.org/10.1002/mus.28201
Geopolitical determinants of mental health and global health inequities
Valsraj, K., Moura, H. F., Anantapong, K, Ventriglio, A., Persaud,, A., Tribe, R., Pemberton, M., Poulter, D. and Bhugra, D. 2024. Geopolitical determinants of mental health and global health inequities. Industrial Psychiatry Journal. In Press.
Perceived Powerlessness and Self-harming behaviours in UK-based Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani women.
Aktar, S. and Tribe, R. 2024. Perceived Powerlessness and Self-harming behaviours in UK-based Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani women. International Review of Psychiatry. In Press. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540261.2024.2306638
‘Self-harm is wrong’: the experience of self-harming behaviours that inflict external injuries to the body in UK-based Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani women: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Aktar, S. and Tribe, R. 2024. ‘Self-harm is wrong’: the experience of self-harming behaviours that inflict external injuries to the body in UK-based Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani women: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. International Review of Psychiatry. In Press. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540261.2024.2306615
Feedback: Présentation d'un outil visant au développement des compétences transversales des élèves et premières évaluations de la part des professionnel·les
Bressoud, G., Gay, P. and Lucciarini, E. 2024. Feedback: Présentation d'un outil visant au développement des compétences transversales des élèves et premières évaluations de la part des professionnel·les. SSRE 2024: Swiss Society for Research in Education Conference. Locarno, Switzerland 26 - 28 Jun 2024