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Malone, Mary, Whittaker, Karen, Cowley, Sarah, Ezhova, Ivanka and Maben, Jill
Health visitor education for today's britain: Messages from a narrative review of the health visitor literature.
Nurse Education Today, 44
Cummings, Emma and Whittaker, Karen
An exploration into the experiences of health visitors delivering listening visits to women as an intervention for mild to moderate postnatal depression or anxiety.
Journal of Health Visiting, 4
Whittaker, Karen, Malone, Mary, Cowley, Sarah, Grigulis, Astrida, Nicholson, Caroline and Maben, Jill
Making a difference for children and families: an appreciative inquiry of health visitor values and why they start and stay in post.
Health and Social Care in the Community, 25
Cowley, Sarah, Whittaker, Karen, Malone, Mary, Donetto, Sara, Grigulis, Astrida and Maben, Jill
Why health visiting? Examining the potential public health benefits from health visiting practice within a universal service: A narrative review of the literature.
International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52
Whittaker, Karen, Cox, Pat, Thomas, Nigel and Cocker, Karen
A qualitative study of parents' experiences using family support services: applying the concept of surface and depth.
Health and Social Care in the Community, 22
Whittaker, Karen and Cowley, Sarah
An effective programme is not enough: a review of factors associated with poor attendance and engagement with parenting support programmes.
Children & Society, 26
Whittaker, Karen, Sutton, Chris J and Burton, Chris
Pragmatic randomised controlled trials in parenting research: the issue of intention to treat.
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 60
Cox, Pat and Whittaker, Karen
Understanding my Life: A Qualitative Study of Parents’ Experiences of Intensive Support.
In: ISPCAN 12th European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect,, September 2011, University of Tampere, Finland.
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