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  • Grispos, George; Garcia-Galan, Jesus; Pasquale, Liliana; Nuseibeh, Bashar (IEEE Computer Society, 2017)
    As security incidents continue to impact organisations, there is a growing demand for systems to be 'forensic-ready’ – to maximise the potential use of evidence whilst minimising the costs of an investigation. Researchers ...
  • Plüddemann, Annette; Wallace, Emma; Bankhead, Claire; Keogh, Claire; Van der Windt, Danielle; Lasserson, Daniel; Galvin, Rose; Moschetti, Ivan; Kearley, Karen; O'Brien, Kirsty K.; Sanders, Sharon; Mallett, Susan; Malanda, Uriell; Thompson, Matthew; Fahey, Tom; Stevens, Richard (Royal College of General Practitioners, 2014)
    Background The publication of clinical prediction rules (CPRs) studies has risen significantly. It is unclear if this reflects increasing usage of these tools in clinical practice or how this may vary across clinical ...
  • Morandi, Alessandro; Davis, D.; Taylor, J.K.; Bellelli, Giuseppe; Olofsson, B.; Kreisel, S.; Teodorczuk, A.; Kamholz, B.; Hasemann, W.; Young, J.; Agar, M.; de Rooij, S.E.; Meagher, David; Trabucchi, M; MacLullich, A.M (Cambridge University Press, 2013)
    Background: There are still substantial uncertainties over best practice in delirium care. The European Delirium Association (EDA) conducted a survey of its members and other interested parties on various aspects of delirium ...
  • Healy, Patricia; Galvin, Sandra; Williamson, Paula R.; Treweek, Shaun; Whiting, Caroline; Maeso, Beccy; Bray, Christopher; Brocklehurst, Peter; Clarke-Moloney, Mary; Douiri, Abdel; Gamble, Carrol; Gardner, Heidi R.; Mitchell, Derick; Stewart, Derek; Jordan, Joan; O'Donnell, Martin; Clarke, Mike; Pavitt, Sue H.; Woodford Guegan, Eleanor; Blatch-Jones, Amanda; Smith, Valerie; Reay, Hannah; Devane, Declan (BioMed Central, 2018)
    Background: Despite the problem of inadequate recruitment to randomised trials, there is little evidence to guide researchers on decisions about how people are effectively recruited to take part in trials. The PRioRiTy ...
  • O'Donovan, Mary (Department of Physiotherapy, University of Limerick, 2011)
    Background: It is estimated that there are over 7,000 people with MS living in Ireland (MS Society 2008). Guidelines and evidence highlight the many benefits to be gained from physiotherapy interventions. However with ...