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Professor Tony Long
Professor of Child & Family Health
School of Nursing & Midwifery
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  1. Skin-to-skin contact: Multicultural perspectives on birth fluids and birth ‘dirt’
  2. Children’s misunderstandings of hazard warning signs in the new globally harmonised system for classification and labelling
  3. Psychological distress and perceived support among Jordanian parents living with a child with cerebral palsy: A cross-sectional study
  4. The experiences of women from three diverse population groups of immediate skin-to-skin contact with their newborn baby: Selected outcomes relating to establishing breastfeeding
  5. The MM-CGI cerebral palsy: Modification and testing of an instrument to measure anticipatory grief in parents whose child has cerebral palsy
  6. Four-year longitudinal impact evaluation of the action for children UK neglect project: Outcomes for the children, families, Action for Children, and the UK
  7. A semiotic analysis of texts relevant to childhood bereavement
  8. The effectiveness of frenulotomy on infant-feeding outcomes: A systematic review
  9. Children’s experiences as hospital in-patients: Voice, competence and work. Messages for nursing from a critical ethnographic study
  10. 4 year longitudinal impact evaluation of the Action for Children UK Neglect Project: outcomes for the children, families, Action for Children, and the UK
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1Arguments for 'British Pluralism' in qualitative health research1154
2Living and coping with excessive infantile crying991
3Multimedia approach to research methods teaching at Masters level853
4The effectiveness of occupational therapy intervention for children with developmental coordination disorder: review of the qualitative literature726
5Evaluation of teenage pregnancy interventions in Wigan654
6Rigour, reliability, and validity in qualitative research594
7A community health needs evaluation: improving uptake of services at a children's centre in a deprived and geographically isolated town592
8Anticipatory grieving in parents living with a child with cancer542
9Development of a modified instrument to measure anticipatory grieving in Jordanian parents of children diagnosed with cancer: The Marwit and Meuser caregiver inventory childhood cancer496
10Development of a modified instrument to measure anticipatory grieving in Jordanian parents of children diagnosed with cancer: The Marwit and Meuser caregiver inventory childhood cancer487