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Bennett, C Verity, Maguire, Sabine, Nuttall, Diane, Lindberg, Daniel M., Moulton, Steven, Bajaj, Lalit, Kemp, Alison M. and Mullen, Stephen 2019. First aid for children's burns in the US and UK: An urgent call to establish and promote international standards. Burns 45 (2) , pp. 440-449. 10.1016/j.burns.2018.09.003
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Bennett, C. Verity, Hollen, Linda, Quinn-Scoggins, Harriet D., Emond, Alan and Kemp, Alison M. 2019. Feasibility of Safe-Tea: A parent targeted intervention to prevent hot drink scalds in pre-school children. Injury Prevention 10.1136/injuryprev-2018-042921
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Naughton, Aideen, Perkins, Lucinda, McMinn, Bethan and Kemp, Alison 2018. Using an observation tool (PIIOS) to assess parent-infant interaction in the first two weeks of life: A feasibility study. Child: Care, Health and Development 10.1111/cch.12637
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Mullen, Stephen, Quinn-Scoggins, Harriet D., Nuttall, Diane and Kemp, Alison M. 2018. Qualitative analysis of clinician experience in utilising the BuRN Tool (Burns Risk assessment for Neglect or abuse Tool) in clinical practice. Burns 44 (7) , pp. 1759-1766. 10.1016/j.burns.2018.03.013
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Cowley, Laura, Maguire, Sabine, Farewell, Daniel and Kemp, Alison 2018. Letter to the editor. Law, Probability and Risk 17 (3) , pp. 275-277. 10.1093/lpr/mgy002
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Mullen, Stephen, Begley, Roisin, Roberts, Zoe and Kemp, Alison Mary 2018. Fifteen-minute consultation: Childhood burns: inflicted, neglect or accidental. Archives of disease in childhood.Education and practice edition 10.1136/archdischild-2018-315167
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Wright, Melissa, Carter, Bethan, Kemp, Alison, John, Ann and Wood, Sophie 2017. Child health clinical outcome review programme: Health care utilisation, care pathways and educational status in children and young people with adolescent mental health problems with a focus on self harm, eating disorders and anxiety and depression. International Journal of Population Data Science 1 (1) , 111. 10.23889/ijpds.v1i1.130

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