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  • C Rodgers
  • 1987
Maternal agreement with the Down's syndrome stereotype (as outlined in the literature) was investigated as a function of direct experience of the condition. Using an adjective checklist devised for this project, mothers of children aged between 3 and 9 years were asked to describe Down's children. Statistical analysis of the data collected revealed that(More)
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS Acute harm from heavy drinking episodes is an increasing focus of public health policy, but capturing timely data on acute harms in the population is challenging. This study aimed to evaluate the precision of readily available administrative emergency department (ED) data in public health surveillance of acute alcohol harms. DESIGN(More)
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