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  1. 2019
  2. King, K, Jalal, Z, Chalder, T & Norton, CS 2019, 'A Research Proposal to Develop a Healthcare Professionals Manual to promote Community-based Medication Adherence in Inflammatory Bowel Disease', Crossing Cultural Boundaries: Optimising Communications for Future Care, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 9/04/2018 - 9/04/2019.
  3. Papamichail, A & Waller, D 2019, 'Child-to-Parent Violence: Implications for practice informed by the findings of an explorative study.', Sexual Abuse & Domestic Abuse in the lives of Children and Young People, Leicester, United Kingdom, 1/03/2019 - 1/03/2019.
  4. Gibson, R, Lau, C-H, Loo, RL, Ebbels, T, Chekmeneva, E, Dyer, A, Miura, K, Ueshima, H, Zhao, L, Elliott, P, Daviglus, M, Stamler, J, Van Horn7, L, Holmes, E & Chan, Q 2019, 'Cross-Sectional Investigation of the Relationship Between Fish Consumption and Its Urinary Biomarkers with Blood Pressure Across Asian and Western Populations: Results from the INTERMAP Study', American Heart Association's Epidemiology and Prevention/Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health 2019 Scientific Sessions, Houston , United States, 5/03/2019 - 8/03/2019.
  5. Morcos, H 2019, 'Digital Edition And Linguistic Database: A Fully Lemmatised And Searchable Model', DH2019, Utrecht, Netherlands, 9/07/2019 - 12/07/2019.
  6. 2018
  7. King, K, Horne, R, Cooper, V, Glendinning, E, Michie, S & Chalder, T 2018, 'The Development of an Intervention to Support Uptake and Adherence to Antiretroviral therapy in people living with HIV: the SUPA intervention', British HIV Association Annual meeting, 30/05/2012.
  8. 2016
  9. 2015
  10. 2014
  11. 2013
  12. Noel, G, Buomprisco, G, Stokes, P, Monteiro Viera, JM, Galdieri, R & Hügel, S, The DigiPal Framework, 2013, Software, GitHub.
  13. 2012
  14. Monteiro Viera, JM & Norrish, J, Bacalhau, 2012, Software, https://github.com/kcl-ddh/bacalhau/.
  15. Monteiro Viera, JM, Image annotation library, 2012, Software, https://github.com/kcl-ddh/openlayers-image-annotation.
  16. Monteiro Viera, JM & Norrish, J, Kiln, 2012, Software, https://github.com/kcl-ddh/kiln.
  17. 2011
  18. Rushton, EAC 2011, 'Multi-proxy climate reconstruction from Lamanai, Northern Belize, Central America.', International Quaternary Association XVIII Congress, Switzerland, 7/07/2011.
  19. Elliott, TR, Bodard, G, the EpiDoc Community, Au, Z & Lawrence, F, The EpiDoc Example Stylesheets, 2011, Software, EpiDoc, http://sourceforge.net/projects/epidoc.
  20. 2009
  21. Stokes, P, HandAnalyser, 2009, Software.
  22. Blumlein, D & Baker, M 2009, 'Huntington’s disease – Nursing behind the mask', The 4th National Neuroscience Nursing Conference, London, United Kingdom, 12/05/2009 - 12/05/2009.
  23. Baker, M 2009, 'Our views on education requirements in care for people with complex neurological conditions: Relatives’ perceptions', The 4th National Neuroscience Nursing Conference, London, United Kingdom, 12/05/2009 - 12/05/2009.
  24. 2007
  25. Vieira, M, Ereuna, 2007, Software, CCH, KCL.
  26. Baker, D, Vitruvian Ideal Temples, 2007, Software, N/A.
  27. 2005
  28. Edmonds, F, Kay, C, Roberts, J & Wotherspoon, I, Thesaurus of Old English online, 2005, Software, Unknown Publisher.
  29. Robinson, B & Gould, A, Pulp Affliction, 2005, Software, Unknown Publisher.
  30. 2004
  31. Vieira, M, LEADERS, 2004, Software, http://leaders.sourceforge.net/.
  32. 2003
  33. McCarty, W, Computing the embodied idea: modeling in the humanities, 2003, Software, Open Semiotics Resource Center, Toronto.
  34. Robinson, B & Gould, A, Gold Fingered, 2003, Software, Unknown Publisher.
  35. 2002
  36. Robinson, B & Gould, A, The Last Post, 2002, Software, Unknown Publisher.
  37. 2001
  38. Wilmot, DM & Robinson, B, Pulp Fiction, 2001, Software, Unknown Publisher.

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