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Bluff, R., 2001. Learning and teaching in the context of clinical practice: the midwife as role model. Doctorate Thesis (Doctorate). Bournemouth University.
Walker, M., 2001. Adolescence: possibilities and limitations experience and expression. In: Izzard, S. and Barden, N., eds. Women, Identity and the Life Cycle. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, pp. 26-78.
Volianitis, S, McConnell, A. K. and Jones, D. A., 2001. Assessment of maximum inspiratory pressure. Prior submaximal respiratory muscle activity ('warm-up') enhances maximum inspiratory activity and attenuates the learning effect of repeated measurement. Respiration, 68 (1), 22 - 27 .
Van Teijlingen, E. and Hundley, V., 2001. The Importance of Pilot Studies. Social Research Update (35), pp. 1-4.
Hunt, J. A., Donaldson, N., Tizzard, S. and Rennie, J., 2001. Three venepuncture techniques in babies: a comparative study. Project Report. London: King's College Hospital NHS Trust. (Unpublished)