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Endometriosis: improving the well being of couples

Professor Lorraine Culley | Sociology | 01 February 2012

Endometriosis is a common, disabling gynaecological condition affecting approximately 2 million women in the uk. Common symptoms are chronic pelvic pain, fatigue, heavy periods, and pain experienced during sexual intercourse. It may also affect ferti ...

Female entrepreneurs-do they mean business?

Dr Susan Marlow | Management and Business Studies | 01 December 1992

Application abstract: the last fifteen years have seen the emergence of the enterprise culture in which entrepreneurial behaviour has a prominent role. Indeed, the small firm sector is now a major focus for policies of economic regeneration throughou ...

Participation and representation in health policy: the role of health consumer groups

Professor Rob Baggott | Political Science and International Relations | 22 February 1999

This project will analyse the role of health consumer groups in the policy process and will examine the extent to which this involvement promotes the interests of patients, users and carers and encourages their participation in health issues and deba ...

Substance abuse+perceptions of risk;attitudes to personal health

Martyn Denscombe | Psychology | 01 January 1990

Current drugs education materials targeted at 13-17 year olds are based on two premises: i) that substance abuse needs to be approached in the context of the general use of legal drugs in society and ii) that young people should be encouraged to make ...

Design patterns for reuse and the software development life cycle process model

Mr O'callaghan | Statistics Computing and Methodology | 03 March 1997

During the last couple of years there has been an explosion of interest in design patterns in the software development industry. Design patterns can be considered to be reusable abstract design solutions to recurring problems that can be implemented ...

Critical incidents and the health related behaviour of school children

Martyn Denscombe | Sociology | 01 September 1996

Application abstract: the research focuses on the role of critical incidents in the life of young people and the extent to which such critical incidents act as crucial flashpoints in the generation of attitudes towards health-related behaviour. It re ...

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