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To what extent can behaviour change techniques be identified within an adaptable implementation package for primary care? A prospective directed content analysis (2018-02-17) - Journal articleBackground: Interpreting evaluations of complex interventions can be difficult without sufficient description of key intervention content. We aimed to develop an implementation package for primary care which could be ...
(2018-01) - Journal articleWe investigate the cyclicality of international fund flows employing correlation and regression analysis using monthly data for almost 70 countries between 1996 and 2013. International fund flows are cross-border investments ...
(2017-02-01) - Journal articleThis paper explores the political economy that leads frontier regions to be unequal. By focusing on the presence of a stable frontier between Castile and the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada in the late Middle Ages, our analysis ...
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