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Medical Law Review, ISSN 0967-0742, 02/2018, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 73 - 97
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CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL, ISSN 0008-1973, 07/2019, Volume 78, Issue 2, pp. 287 - 323
Who should have the ultimate say over a child's medical treatment? A series of high-profile withdrawal of care cases have highlighted the full extent of the... 
parental decision-making | DECISIONS | THRESHOLD | LAW | parental authority | best interests | DISPUTES | serious risk of significant harm | inherent jurisdiction | Intervention | Health care | Decision making | Authority | Litigation | Medical treatment | Parental rights | Families & family life | Children & youth | Courts | Jurisdiction | Parents & parenting | Hospitals | Disputes | Welfare | Children | Best interests | Power
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2019
The law's cliff-edge approach to mental capacity denies those who lack capacity any right to determine what will happen to them. Consequently, the test for... 
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InnovAiT, ISSN 1755-7380, 3/2016, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp. 161 - 169
Pregnant women are peculiarly vulnerable to infections – the mechanism for this is multi-factorial and includes immune tolerance to the fetus (and placenta)... 
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by Thwaites, Guy E and Scarborough, Matthew and Szubert, Alexander and Nsutebu, Emmanuel and Tilley, Robert and Greig, Julia and Wyllie, Sarah A and Wilson, Peter and Auckland, Cressida and Cairns, Janet and Ward, Denise and Lal, Pankaj and Guleri, Achyut and Jenkins, Neil and Sutton, Julian and Wiselka, Martin and Armando, Gonzalez-Ruiz and Graham, Clive and Chadwick, Paul R and Barlow, Gavin and Gordon, N Claire and Young, Bernadette and Meisner, Sarah and McWhinney, Paul and Price, David A and Harvey, David and Nayar, Deepa and Jeyaratnam, Dakshika and Planche, Tim and Minton, Jane and Hudson, Fleur and Hopkins, Susan and Williams, John and Török, M Estee and Llewelyn, Martin J and Edgeworth, Jonathan D and Walker, A Sarah and Scarborough, Matthew and Kamfose, Musa and de Veciana, Ana and Gordon, Nicola Claire and Peto, Leon and Pill, Gemma and Clarke, Tiphanie and Watson, Laura and Young, Bernadette and Griffiths, Dai and Vaughn, Ali and Anson, Luke and Liu, Elian and Perera, Sanuki and Rylance-Knight, Lydia and Cantell, Carmen and Moroney, Ruth and Edgeworth, Jonathan D and Thwaites, Guy and Bisnauthsing, Karen and Querol-Rubiera, Antonio and Gibbs, Charlotte and Patel, Amita and Hemsley, Carolyn and Goodman, Anna L and Wyncoll, Duncan and Biswas, Jason and Fitzpatrick, Jennifer and Roberts, Lizzie and Millard, James and Stone, Neil and Cape, Angela and Hurley, Lisa and Tam, Chi Kai and Nsutebu, Emmanuel and Hoyle, Marie-Claire and Maitland, Kate and Trainor, Leona and Reynolds, Helen and Harrison, Jennifer and Anson, Jim and Lewis, Joseph and Folb, Jonathan and Goodwin, Lynsey and Beeching, Nicholas and Dyas, Sarah and Winslow, Helen and Foote, Elizabeth and Roberts, Paul and Natarajan, Pavithra and Chrdle, Alex and Fenech, Manuel and Allsop, Hannah and Tilley, Robert and Austin-Hutchison, Rachel and Barrett, Louise and Brookes, Karen and Carwithen, Leanne and Conbeer, Andrew and Cunningham, Richard and Eglinton, Charlotte and Fok, Rosie and Gott, Hannah and ... and United Kingdom Clinical Infection Research Group (UKCIRG) and UKCIRG
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 02/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10121, pp. 668 - 678
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Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, ISSN 0022-3050, 10/2014, Volume 85, Issue 10, p. 025
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Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, ISSN 0022-3050, 10/2014, Volume 85, Issue 10, pp. e4.134 - e4
Lyme disease is a zoonotic infection transmitted to humans by the bite of Ixodes ticks infected with Borellia spp. Recorded incidence in the UK has increased... 
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Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, ISSN 0305-7453, 11/2016, Volume 71, Issue 11, pp. 3317 - 3317
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Health technology assessment (Winchester, England), ISSN 1366-5278, 10/2018, Volume 22, Issue 59, pp. 1 - 147
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Journal of Infection, ISSN 0163-4453, 2013, Volume 67, Issue 4, pp. 347 - 347
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Trials, ISSN 1745-6215, 12/2012, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 241 - 241
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Journal of cystic fibrosis : official journal of the European Cystic Fibrosis Society, ISSN 1569-1993, 12/2019
A structured survey of the cystic fibrosis pathogens Achromobacter, Pandoraea and Ralstonia species from thirteen sentinel hospitals throughout England was... 
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Journal of Orthopaedics, ISSN 0972-978X, 2019, Volume 18, pp. 86 - 90
AbstractBackgroundA Knee Infection Multi-Disciplinary Team meeting was established in Exeter. This study was designed to qualitatively evaluate the impact of... 
Orthopedics | Prosthetic knee infection | Standardisation of care | Multidisciplinary team | Communication
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Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, ISSN 0305-7453, 11/2002, Volume 50, Issue 5, pp. 743 - 746
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