Aisling Corkery

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The study aimed to ascertain the current use of respite-care services by families with children with a learning and/or a physical disability in a South London, UK, health authority, to estimate the type and extent of the unmet need, and to set standards for the provision of such services. Over 1200 families were sent an 11-page questionnaire. The results(More)
The revised Bathing Water Directive (2006/7/EC) requires EU member states to minimise the risk to public health from faecal pollution at bathing waters through improved monitoring and management approaches. While increasingly sophisticated measurement methods (such as microbial source tracking) assist in the management of bathing water resources, the use of(More)
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