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  1. Overcoming the challenges facing Nepal’s health system during federalisation: an analysis of health system building blocks
  2. Impact of men moving abroad for work on the health of their partners who stay behind.
  3. Impact of Men’s Labour Migration on Non-migrating Spouses’ Health: A Systematic Review
  4. Barriers in accessing family planning services in Nepal during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study
  5. The Promising Future for Complex Innovative Trial Design in Clinical Research
  6. Perceptions around COVID-19 and vaccine hesitancy: A qualitative study in Kaski district, Western Nepal
  7. Considering the different tools to Interview a Hard-to-Reach Population
  8. A survey of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety and Depression among Flood Affected Populations in Kerala, India
  9. Did COVID-19 and the lock down that came with it affected fathers with ill babies?
  10. Handwashing stations in Nepal: Role of wealth status in establishing handwashing stations at home
  11. Why use Appreciative Inquiry? Lessons learned during COVID-19 in a UK maternity service
  12. The Art of the Editorial
  13. The Growing Importance of Mixed-Methods Research in Health
  14. Factors contributing to rising cesarean section rates in South Asian countries: A systematic review
  15. Epidemiologic characteristics, clinical management and Public Health Implications of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and meta-analysis
  16. The health and well-being of female labour migrants from: A Qualitative Study of Stakeholder Views
  17. Risk of kidney health among returnee Nepali migrant workers: A survey of nephrologists
  18. Understanding health education, health promotion and public health
  19. The Interdisciplinary Research Team not the Interdisciplinarist
  20. Development and implementation of a potential coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine: A systematic review and meta-analysis of vaccine clinical trials
  21. How Nepal's health system responded to COVID-19
  22. Mind your language: respectful language within maternity services
  23. Libido as a motivator for starting and restarting non-prescribed anabolic androgenic steroid use among men: a mixed-methods study
  24. COVID-19 makes it more difficult to run clinical trials in many countries
  25. South Africa and its COVID-19 prohibition predilection
  26. A review of midwives' views of apps and online resources for pregnant women
  27. Non-infectious diseases are growing in Nepal and community health system need to address them
  28. The Poole approach to a smoke-free pregnancy
  29. Migration of male partners has no great impact on mental health of spouses left behind.
  30. Support for non-prescribed anabolic androgenic steroids users: a qualitative exploration of their needs
  31. ‘Scrutinised, judged and sabotaged’: A qualitative video diary study of first-time breastfeeding mothers
  32. Design errors in vital sign charts used in consultant-led maternity units in the United Kingdom
  33. Review of support for people who use Anabolic Androgenic Steroid (AAS)
  34. Assessing knowledge and behavioural changes on maternal and newborn health among mothers following post-earthquake health promotion in Nepal
  35. What stops disadvantaged women in Nepal approach female health volunteers?
  36. Quality of life in survivors of adult haematological malignancy
  37. Factors influencing engagement in premarital sex among Vietnamese young adults: a qualitative study
  38. Switch to Reader View Loading... Interdisciplinary Research in Public Health
  39. Adolescents left behind by migrant workers: a call for community-based mental health interventions in Nepal
  40. Outbreak of Leptospirosis in Kerala
  41. Fathers in neonatal units:Supporting the baby-father bond
  42. NoObesity Apps – From Approach to Finished App
  43. The therapeutic role of video diaries: A qualitative study involving breastfeeding mothers
  44. Experts warn Nepal Government not to reduce local public health spending
  45. Health consequences of sex trafficking: A systematic review
  46. Parallel worlds: An ethnography of care in an Afghan maternity hospital
  47. Dignity and respect during pregnancy and childbirth: a survey of the experience of disabled women
  48. Earthquake forecasting model for Nepal to improve prevention
  49. Workplace Accidents Among Nepali Male Workers abroad
  50. Study of THET funded mental health training on auxiliary nurse midwives in Nepal
  51. Book review: midwifery in Guatemala
  52. Postnatal quality of life — A content analysis of qualitative results to the Mother-Generated Index
  53. Can an educational board game called `Whose Shoes?` help engage Ugandan men in pregnancy ?
  54. Health and well-being of Nepalese migrant workers abroad
  55. Is killing girls at birth likely to happen in Nepal?
  56. What can we learn from the Nepal Health Facility Survey 2015?
  57. Developing global collaborations between higher education institutions in the UK and Nepal
  58. Health problems of Nepalese female migrants workers
  59. Social autopsy: a potential health-promotion tool for preventing maternal mortality in low-income countries
  60. Switch to Reader View Loading... Predatory Publishing warning to academics
  61. Nepali migrant workers in Middle East & Malaysia
  62. Local elections and community health care in Nepal
  63. Factors related to choice of place of birth in a district in Nepal
  64. Editorial on AI
  65. Influence of faith-based organisations on HIV prevention strategies in Africa: a systematic review
  66. Community volunteers improving maternity care in rural Nepal
  67. Ethnicity and perceptions of HPV vaccination in Nepal
  68. Access to academic text is changing
  69. This editorial outlines the medical and social model of childbirth (pregnancy) in simple terms.
  70. Faith Communities and the Potential for Health Promotion
  71. Online questionnaires: the tool and the survey
  72. Vital signs and other observations used to detect deterioration in pregnant women: an analysis of vital sign charts in consultant-led UK maternity units
  73. Identifying the gaps in Nepalese migrant workers’ health and well-being: a review of the literature
  74. Mental health in BME groups with diabetes: an overlooked issue?
  75. Book Review: Balanced Ethics Review: A Guide for Institutional Review Board Members
  76. Antenatal care trial interventions: a systematic scoping review and taxonomy development of care models
  77. Women, Midwives, and a Medical Model of Maternity Care in Switzerland
  78. Ann Luce, Vanora Hundley and Edwin van Teijlingen published Midwifery, Childbirth & the Media.
  79. Introduction to edited collection: Midwifery, Childbirth & the Media (Palgrave Macmillan)
  80. Midwives’ Engagement with the Media
  81. Letter to BMJ sex & gender in obesity studies
  82. Grant Writing for Innovative Medical Research: Time to Rethink
  83. Shaping the midwifery profession in Nepal – Uncovering actors' connections using a Complex Adaptive Systems framework
  84. Community Hospitals in Selected High Income Countries: A Scoping Review of Approaches and Models
  85. Challenges in diabetes mellitus type 2 management in Nepal: a literature review
  86. Media, Health & Health Promotion in Nepal
  87. Needs assessment of mental health training for Auxiliary Nurse Midwives: a cross-sectional survey
  88. Injury and Mortality in Young Nepalese Migrant Workers
  89. ‘Bump, Baby and Beyond’: Participant-led antenatal sessions using creative collaboration
  90. Research ethics in low-/middle-income countries bring challenges & barriers
  91. Is early diagnose for Vitamin A deficiency better than the current supplementation programme of Nepal?
  92. Reusable sanitary towels: promoting menstrual hygiene in post-earthquake Nepal
  93. Experiences of fathers with babies admitted to neonatal care units: A review of the literature
  94. Priority public health interventions and research agendas in post-earthquake Nepal
  95. Nepalese Trekking Guides: A Quantitative Study of Sexual Health Knowledge & Sexual Behaviour
  96. Midwifery-led antenatal care models: mapping a systematic review to an evidence-based quality framework to identify key components and characteristics of care
  97. Dirty and 40 days in the wilderness: Eliciting childbirth and postnatal cultural practices and beliefs in Nepal
  98. Zika & Nepal:A Far Greater Risk for its Population than to Individuals
  99. Measuring What Works: An Impact Evaluation of Women’s Groups on Maternal Health Uptake in Rural Nepal
  100. Child birth in the exam centres in Nepal: An overlooked Public Health issue!
  101. Factors influencing sexual behaviour between tourists and tourism employees: A systematic review
  102. Factors influencing sexual behaviour between tourists and tourism employees: A systematic review
  103. “Is it realistic?” the portrayal of pregnancy and childbirth in media
  104. Sustainable Development Goals: relevance to maternal and child health in Nepal
  105. Should weight loss and maintenance programmes be designed differently for men? A systematic review of long-term randomised controlled trials presenting data for men and women: The ROMEO project
  106. Where Is Nepal in the Demographic Transition within the Wider Context of the Nutrition Transition?
  107. Stipulating citizen's fundamental right to healthcare: Inference from the Constitution of Federal Republic of Nepal 2015
  108. Birthing centre infrastructure in Nepal post 2015 earthquake
  109. Prevalence of type 2 diabetes in Nepal: a systematic review and meta-analysis from 2000 to 2014
  110. Importance of Health and Social Care Research into Gender and Sexual Minority Populations in Nepal
  111. Failure to apply for ethical approval for health studies in low-income countries
  112. Mental health issues in pregnant women in Nepal
  113. Authors׳ response regarding ‘Who should be an author on your academic paper?’
  114. A qualitative evidence synthesis on the management of male obesity
  115. A National Survey of Obstetric Early Warning Systems in the United Kingdom
  116. Learning from health care in other countries: the prospect of comparative research
  117. Staff perspectives of barriers to women accessing birthing services in Nepal: a qualitative study
  118. A systematic review of the cost-effectiveness of non-surgical obesity interventions in men
  119. Public Health, Prevention and Health Promotion in Post-Earthquake Nepal
  120. Clinical Effectiveness of Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance Interventions for Men: A Systematic Review of Men-Only Randomized Controlled Trials (The ROMEO Project)
  121. The journal editor: Friend or foe?
  122. Assessing the performance of maternity care in Europe: a critical exploration of tools and indicators
  123. Writing an Abstract for a Scientific Conference
  124. Study on Nutritional Problems in Preschool Aged Children of Kaski District of Nepal
  125. A systematic review of long-term weight management randomised controlled trials for obese men. The ROMEO project
  126. A systematic review of the cost-effectiveness of non-surgical obesity interventions in men
  127. A systematic review of weight loss interventions for obese men in the UK. The ROMEO Project
  128. Should weight loss programmes be designed differently for men and women? The ROMEO Project
  129. A qualitative evidence synthesis on the management of male obesity. The ROMEO Project
  130. Need and importance of health protection training in Nepal
  131. Mental health services in Nepal: Is it too late?
  132. Nepalese Trekking Guides: A Quantitative Study of Sexual Health Knowledge And Sexual Behaviour
  133. Why Are So Many Nepali Women Killing Themselves? A Review Of Key Issues
  134. A Comparative Study on Nutritional Problems in Preschool Aged Children of Nepal
  135. Cervical cancer screeing in Nepal
  136. Translation and validation of the German version of the Mother-Generated Index and its application during the postnatal period
  137. Implementing health policy: lessons from the Scottish Well Mens policy initiative
  138. Implementing health policy: lessons from the Scottish Well Mens policy initiative
  139. Maternity Care as a Global Health Policy Issue
  140. Mixed-methods approaches in health research in Nepal
  141. Advocating mixed-methods approaches in health research
  142. Are men difficult to find? Identifying male-specific studies in MEDLINE and Embase
  143. Understanding Afghan healthcare providers: a qualitative study of the culture of care in a Kabul maternity hospital
  144. A national cross sectional survey of heads of midwifery services of uptake, benefits and barriers to use of obstetric early warning systems (EWS) by midwives
  145. Gaining pounds by losing pounds: preferences for lifestyle interventions to reduce obesity
  146. Accessing research literature: A mixed-method study of academics in Higher Education Institutions in Nepal
  147. Cultural differences in postnatal quality of life among German-speaking women – a prospective survey in two countries
  148. Why do costs act as a barrier in maternity care for some, but not all women? A qualitative study in rural Nepal
  149. A national survey of obstetric early warning systems in the United Kingdom: five years on
  150. Systematic reviews of and integrated report on the quantitative, qualitative and economic evidence base for the management of obesity in men
  151. Use of a Birth Plan within Woman-held Maternity Records: A Qualitative Study with Women and Staff in Northeast Scotland
  152. Who should be an author on your academic paper?
  153. Finding the right title for your article: Advice for academic authors
  154. Nepal needs midwifery
  155. Involving Nepali academics in health research
  156. Millennium Development Goals: All good things must come to an end, so what next?
  157. Patient Choice for Older People in English NHS Primary Care: Theory and Practice
  158. Asking women to complete health and maternal histories for maternity records: A qualitative study
  159. Where midwives are not yet recognised: A feasibility study of professional midwives in Nepal
  160. Research Methods Coverage in Medical and Health Science Curricula in Nepal
  161. Doing Focus Groups in the Health Field: Some Lessons from Nepal
  162. Academic authorship: who, why and in what order?
  163. Editorial
  164. Services just for men? Insights from a national study of the well men services pilots
  165. Writing an academic paper for publication
  166. A nurse’s role in promoting social capital in children and young people
  167. Nutrition; effects of the Research Excellence Framework (REF)
  168. Barriers to and Facilitators of Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence in Nepal: A Qualitative Study
  169. The long and winding road to publication
  170. Making the best use of all resources: developing a health promotion intervention in rural Nepal
  171. Light Retrograde Massage for the Treatment of Post-Stroke Upper Limb Oedema: Clinical Consensus Using the Delphi Technique
  172. Book Review: Where There is No Midwife: Birth and Loss in Rural India (Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality)Where There is No Midwife: Birth and Loss in Rural India (Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality)PintoSarahBerghahn Books, Oxford2011 9780857451...
  173. PS21 Evaluation of Maternity Care Intervention in Rural Nepal: Can a Health Promotion Exercise Improve Maternal Health and Service uptake in Rural Nepal?
  174. A Review of Book Reviews: A Sociological Analysis of Reviews of the Edited Book Experience with Abortion
  175. Women’s knowledge of and attitude towards disability in rural Nepal
  176. Role of Individual Academics and International Universities in Health Research in Nepal
  177. Qualitative Research and Its Place in Health Research in Nepal
  178. Determinants of skilled birth attendants for delivery in Nepal
  179. Editorial
  180. Faith communities and their assets for health promotion: the views from health professionals and faith leaders in Dundee, in Scotland
  181. Why Did They Join? Exploring the Motivations of Rebel Health Workers in Nepal
  182. Factors Influencing Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in Nepal: A Mixed-Methods Study
  183. Ethical approval in developing countries is not optional
  184. The Research Excellence Framework (REF): Assessing the Impact of Social Work Research on Society
  185. Evidence-based health care in Nepal: The importance of systematic reviews
  186. Parenting a child with clubfoot: A qualitative study
  187. Factors influencing adherence to antiretroviral treatment in Asian developing countries: a systematic review
  188. Reasons for non- use of condoms and self- efficacy among female sex workers: a qualitative study in Nepal
  189. Skilled Care at Birth among Rural Women in Nepal: Practice and Challenges
  190. The buck stops here: Midwives and maternity care in rural Scotland
  191. A feasibility study of a personalised lifestyle programme (HealthForce) for individuals who have participated in cardiovascular risk screening
  192. Utilisation of sexual health services by female sex workers in Nepal
  193. General Practitioner Involvement in Remote and Rural Maternity Care: Too Big a Challenge?
  194. The State of the World’s Midwifery
  195. Understanding effects of armed conflict on health outcomes: the case of Nepal
  196. A survey of faith leaders concerning health promotion and the level of healthy living activities occurring in faith communities in Scotland
  197. Barriers to Sexual Health Services for Young People in Nepal
  198. Theoretical foundation needed
  199. Dating and Sex Among Emerging Adults in Nepal
  200. Risk, theory, social and medical models: A critical analysis of the concept of risk in maternity care
  201. D04 Young people's experiences of finding out about a family history of Huntington's disease
  202. Women's autonomy in household decision-making: a demographic study in Nepal
  203. The role of mothers-in-law in antenatal care decision-making in Nepal: a qualitative study
  204. Management of drug misuse: an 8-year follow-up survey of Scottish GPs
  205. Special issue of Midwifery on ‘The maternity work force’: call for papers
  206. Health and Medical Research in Nepal: A Bibliometric Review
  207. Demystifying the Maoist barefoot doctors of Nepal
  208. Journal reviews
  209. More of the same? Conflicting perspectives of obesity causation and intervention amongst overweight people, health professionals and policy makers
  210. Persuasion with pictures: piloting a breastfeeding image aimed at children
  211. “Boys Remain Prestigious, Girls Become Prostitutes”: Socio-Cultural Context of Relationships and Sex among Young People in Nepal
  212. Rural maternity care: Can we learn from Wal-Mart?
  213. Palliative care: a case study and reflections on some spiritual issues
  214. Using a realist approach to evaluate smoking cessation interventions targeting pregnant women and young people
  215. Opportunities and challenges in school-based sex and sexual health education in Nepal
  216. Sexual Health Information and uptake of Sexual Health Services by African women in Scotland: A Pilot Study
  217. Sexual health knowledge, sexual relationships and condom use among male trekking guides in Nepal: a qualitative study
  218. HealthForce: a feasibility study of a lifestyle management programme for cardiovascular risk screening participants
  219. Research and evidence based practice: Using a blended approach to teaching and learning in undergraduate nurse education
  220. Health Status and Health Needs of Orphan Children in Kathmandu, Nepal
  221. Issues and Challenges of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Programme in Nepal
  222. Review of Barriers to Engaging Black and Minority Ethnic Groups in Physical Activity in the United Kingdom
  223. A Questionnaire Study of Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Volunteers: Health Risk and Problems Encountered
  224. Politicians in Apron: Case Study of Rebel Health Services in Nepal
  225. Characteristics of effective interventions in improving young people's sexual health: a review of reviews
  226. Lost in Translation: Reflecting on a Model to Reduce Translation and Interpretation Bias
  227. Social Service Professional or Market Expert?
  228. How young people find out about their family history of Huntington's disease
  229. The Dutch Obstetrical System: Vanguard of the Future in Maternity Care
  230. Barriers to Utilisation of Sexual Health Services by Female Sex Workers in Nepal
  231. The reality of partnership working when undertaking an evaluation of a national Well Men's Service
  232. Reliability of National Data Sets: Evidence from a Detailed Small Area Study in Rural Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
  233. "Choice" and place of delivery: a qualitative study of women in remote and rural Scotland
  234. Blended learning in education: effects on knowledge and attitude
  235. Factors associated with self-reported first sexual intercourse in Scottish adolescents
  236. Born in the USA: Exceptionalism in Maternity Care Organisation among High-Income Countries
  237. Clinical governance and research ethics as barriers to UK low-risk population-based health research?
  238. Use of solution focused brief therapy in bullying
  239. Needs Assessment Study for Community Pharmacy Travel Medicine Services
  240. What works with men? A systematic review of health promoting interventions targeting men
  241. Interprofessional education: reviewing the evidence
  242. The use of Traditional Medicine by Ghanaians in Canada
  243. Health and lifestyle of Nepalese migrants in the UK
  244. ‘Ask Me Why I'm Fat!’ The Need to Engage with Potential Recipients of Health Promotion Policy to Prevent Obesity
  245. Key health promotion factors among male members of staff at a higher educational institution: A cross-sectional postal survey
  246. Factors affecting the utilization of antenatal care in developing countries: systematic review of the literature
  247. A systematic review of school-based sexual health interventions to prevent STI/HIV in sub-Saharan Africa
  248. RAE pulls academics away from applied multidisciplinary health promotion research
  249. Sociology and Health Care: An Introduction for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health ProfessionalsSociology and Health Care: an Introduction for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health ProfessionalsSheaffMikeOpen University Press, Buckingham2005 033521388X (hb)
  250. Models of intrapartum care and women’s trade-offs in remote and rural Scotland: a mixed-methods study
  251. Utilisation of postnatal care among rural women in Nepal
  252. Dutch women's decision-making in pregnancy and labour as seen through the eyes of their midwives
  253. Development of a proxy wealth index for women utilizing emergency obstetric care in Bangladesh
  254. Satisfaction with Cesarean Section: Qualitative Analysis of Open-Ended Questions in a Large Postal Survey
  255. Drugs in Britain: Supply, Consumption and ControlDrugs in Britain: Supply, Consumption and ControlSimpsonM., ShildrickT. & MacDonaldR. (eds.) Palgrave Publishing, Basingstoke2006 1403936951 (pb)
  256. Competencies and skills for remote and rural maternity care: a review of the literature
  257. Embarrassment as a Key Emotion in Young People Talking about Sexual Health
  258. Young people’s experiences of growing up in a family affected by Huntington’s disease
  259. Behaviours and attitudes towards physical activity and lifestyle factors: A questionnaire survey of school-aged children
  260. Decentred comparative research: Context sensitive analysis of maternal health care
  261. Importance of Piloting a Questionnaire on Sexual Health Research
  262. Does breast cancer genetic counselling meet women's expectations? A qualitative study
  263. Community hospitals – the place of local service provision in a modernising NHS: an integrative thematic literature review
  264. Public Health and Rockefeller Wealth: Alliance Strategies in the Early Formation of Finnish Public Health NursingPublic Health and Rockefeller Wealth: Alliance Strategies in the Early Formation of Finnish Public Health NursingYrjäläAnnÅbo Akademi Unive...
  265. Joined-up Working: Improving Young People's Sexual Health and Enhancing Social Inclusion?
  266. Delphi method and nominal group technique in family planning and reproductive health research
  267. Health demonstration projects: Evaluating a community-based health intervention programme to improve young people's sexual health
  268. Inconsistent Grading of Evidence Across Countries: A Review of Low Back Pain Guidelines
  269. A national survey of nurses working in the management of illicit drug misuse in Scotland
  270. Promoting physical activity in primary care settings: health visitors' and practice nurses' views and experiences
  271. A qualitative study of an integrated maternity, drugs and social care service for drug-using women
  272. Getting women to hospital is not enough: a qualitative study of access to emergency obstetric care in Bangladesh
  273. Primary care staff's views and experiences related to routinely advising patients about physical activity. A questionnaire survey
  274. A Pleasing Birth: Midwives and Maternity Care in the Netherlands - De Vries, R.
  275. The effect of the national demonstration project Healthy Respect on teenage sexual health behaviour
  276. Unfulfilled expectations: How circumstances impinge on women's reproductive choices
  277. Qualitative Research PracticeQualitative Research PracticeSealeClive, GoboGiampietro, GubriumJaber F and SilvermanDavidSage Publications, London2004, 0761947760 (hb)
  278. Absence of conception after caesarean section: voluntary or involuntary?
  279. Research as a therapeutic experience? an investigation of women's participation in research on ending IVF treatment
  280. Focus group research in family planning and reproductive health care
  281. Bad experience, good birthing: Dutch low-risk pregnant women with a history of sexual abuse
  282. Specialist substance misuse nurses’ assessment and decision making in the management of drug misusers
  283. Perceptions of school-aged women in northeast Scotland on sex education: A focus group study
  285. Avoidance as a strategy of (not) coping: qualitative interviews with carers of Huntington's Disease patients
  286. Understanding the social organisation of maternity care systems: midwifery as a touchstone
  287. ‘It's their blood not mine’: Who's responsible for (not) telling relatives about genetic risk?
  288. A Critical Analysis of the Medical Model as used in the Study of Pregnancy and Childbirth
  289. Pilot studies in family planning and reproductive health care
  290. Book Review: Social Research: Theory, Methods and TechniquesSocial Research: Theory, Methods and TechniquesCorbettaPiergiorgioVanderbilt University Press, Nashville2003336 + vii pages 0761972536 (pb) 0761972528 (hb)
  291. International public health research involving interpreters: a case study from Bangladesh
  292. Reply
  293. Writing up and presenting qualitative research in family planning and reproductive health care
  294. A qualitative study of women's decision-making at the end of IVF treatment
  295. Sustainable maternity services in remote and rural Scotland? A qualitative survey of staff views on required skills, competencies and training
  296. A qualitative evaluation of community-based cooking classes in Northeast Scotland
  297. Qualitative research in fertility and reproduction: Does it have any value?
  298. The analysis of qualitative research data in family planning and reproductive health care
  299. Diaries in health promotion research: the Mobile Information Bus evaluation
  300. The quality of qualitative research in family planning and reproductive health care
  301. Economic and social implications of multiple birth
  302. The range of qualitative research methods in family planning and reproductive health care
  303. Book Review: Survey Research: The BasicsSurvey Research: The BasicsPunchKeith F.Sage Publications: London2004 0761947051 (pb); 0761947043 (hb) £15.76 (pb); £42.25 (hb)
  304. Social and behavioural science education in UK medical schools: current practice and future directions
  305. Ending in-vitro fertilization: Women's perception's of decision making
  306. Does a Pregnant Woman's Intended Place of Birth Influence Her Attitudes Toward and Occurrence of Obstetric Interventions?
  307. Family Communication about Genetic Risk: The Little That Is Known
  308. An exploratory study of computer screen-based health promotion messages aimed at university students
  309. Midwifery and the Medicalization of Childbirth: Comparative Perspectives. By E. Van Teijlingen, G. Lowis, P. McCaffery, and M. Porter, Eds. Huntington, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2000. 430 pages. $105.00, hardcover
  310. Health and illness in the community. Ross J Taylor, Blair H Smith, Edwin R van Teijlingen (eds). (219 pages,  16.95.) Oxford University Press, 2003. ISBN 0-19-263168-3.
  311. JAN Forum: your views and letters
  312. Does Caesarean section cause infertility?
  313. To tell or not to tell: barriers and facilitators in family communication about genetic risk
  314. Maternity Satisfaction Studies and Their Limitations: “What Is, Must Still Be Best”
  315. A review of studies assessing the costs and consequences of interventions to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission in sub-Saharan Africa
  316. The Qualitative Researcher's CompanionThe Qualitative Researcher's CompanionHubermanMichael A. and MilesMatthew B.Sage Publications: London2002 076191191X (pb) xii + 410
  317. Specialist care for drug using pregnant women
  318. Dutch Midwives: The Difference between Image and Reality
  319. General practice management of illicit drug users in Scotland: a national survey
  320. JAN Forum: your views and letters
  321. The importance of pilot studies
  322. The importance of pilot studies
  323. A comparison of data obtained from service providers and service users to assess the quality of maternity care
  324. The Fight against Tobacco: The Movement, the State, and the Public's HealthThe Fight against Tobacco: The Movement, the State, and the Public's HealthWolfsonMarkAldine de Gruyter: New York2001 0202305988 (pb) 273
  325. Getting your paper to the right journal: a case study of an academic paper
  326. The Grampian Mobile Information Bus
  327. Service use and needs of people with motor neurone disease and their carers in Scotland
  328. The importance of conducting and reporting pilot studies: the example of the Scottish Births Survey
  329. Eliciting public preferences for healthcare: a systematic review of techniques
  330. A national survey of women's views of their maternity care in Scotland
  331. Cord-care practice in Scotland
  332. The Validity of Reported Tobacco Use
  333. Books Reviewed
  334. Mel Bartley, David Blane and George Davey Smith (eds.), The Sociology of Health Inequalities, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1998, £25.95 (£14.99 paperback), viii+226 pp. (ISBN 0-631-20929-8)
  335. Dissemination: perspectives from the MAFF food acceptability and choice programme
  336. Review and assessment of selection criteria used when booking pregnant women at different places of birth
  337. Managing drug misuse in general practice
  338. Dedicated psychiatric care within general practice: health outcome and service providers' views
  339. Systematic reviews of health promotion initiatives ‐ the Smokebusters experience
  340. A review of the effectiveness of Smokebusters: community-based smoking prevention for young people
  341. Book Reviews
  342. Ann Oakley and John Ashton (eds.), The Gift Relationship: From Human Blood to Social Policy by Richard M. Titmuss (original edition with new chapters), London: London School of Economics and Political Sciences, 1997, £14.99, vii+360 pp. (ISBN 0-7530-12...
  343. Health promotion and the elderly
  344. General practitioners' attitudes towards treatment of opiate misusers
  345. Book Review: Stopping AIDS: AIDS/HIV Public Education and the Mass Media in EuropeStopping AIDS: AIDS/HIV Public Education and the Mass Media in EuropeWellingsKaye and FieldBeckyLondon: Longman1996 0 582 29227 1 £19.99 (pb) xvi + 264 pp.
  346. Correlates of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use among Scottish postsecondary helping-profession students.
  347. Evaluation of Grampian Smokebusters: a smoking prevention initiative aimed at young teenagers
  348. Problems of evaluation: lessons from a Smokebusters campaign
  349. Dutch model of maternity care May not suit Britain
  350. Care for HIV disease in the community
  351. Smoking habits of Grampian school children and an evaluation of the Grampian Smoke Busters campaign
  352. Children and smoking: the problem and the way forward.
  353. The profession of maternity home care assistant and its significance for the Dutch midwifery profession
  354. The profession of midwife in the Netherlands
  355. Antiretroviral treatment programmes in Nepal: Problems and barriers
  356. Submitting a paper to an academic peer-reviewed journal, where to start?
  357. Pilot Study
  358. Gender and Maternal Healthcare
  359. Maternity Care as a Global Health Policy Issue
  360. Too Posh To Push? Comparative perspectives on maternal request caesarean sections in Canada, the US, the UK and Finland