Research and publications from the Adolescent Medicine Department

All members of the Adolescent Medicine Department participate in research.


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Viner R, Gregorowski A, Wine C, Bladen M, Fisher D, Miller M, El Neil S (2004) Outpatient rehabilitative treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME). Arch Dis Child 89 (7): 615-9

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Gregorowski A, Hudson, R (2005) Rehabilitation for young people with Chronic fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME). Journal of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists 117: 4-5

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Larcher V, Hutchinson A (2010) How should paediatricians assess Gillick competence?. Arch Dis Child 95 (4): 307-11

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Hutchinson, A (2007) Neuroscience for Kids. Child and Adolescent Mental He 12 (1): 49

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Ian Frampton & Anna Hutchinson (2007) Eating Disorders and the Brain. Bryan Lask & Rachel Bryant-Waugh : Eating Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence. London, Routledge

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Frampton, I., Watkins, B., Hutchinson, A. & Lask, B. (2011) Neurobiological status at initial presentation predicts neuropsychological functioning in early onset anorexia nervosa at four-year follow-up. Developmental Neuropsychology In press: In press

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Jaffé A, Prasad SA, Larcher V, Hart S (2006) Gene therapy for children with cystic fibrosis--who has the right to choose?. J Med Ethics 32 (6): 361-4

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Larcher, V, Goldman A, (2006) Living well dying well – facing the challenges at a children’s hospital. Clinical Ethics 1 (3): 165-171

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Larcher V, Slowther AM, Watson AR, UK Clinical Ethics Network (2010) Core competencies for clinical ethics committees. Clin Med 10 (1): 30-3

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Larcher, V (2009) The development of clinical ethics committees (CECs) in the United Kingdom. Diametros 22: 47-63

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Larcher V, Brierley J (2011) Can feminist ethics show a path in complex decision making when "classical" theories cannot?. Clinical Ethics Accepted for publication: Accepted for publication

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Brierley J, Larcher V (2011) Emergency research in children: options for ethical recruitment. J Med Ethics 37 (7): 429-32

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Larcher, V (2005) Consent competence and confidentiality. Russell Viner : ABC of Adolescence. London, BMJ books Blackwell Publishing

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Larcher, V (2006) Ethics. Goldman A, Hain R, Liben S : Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care for Children. Oxford, Oxford University Press

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Larcher, V (2006) Physical and Sexual Abuse. Harper JL, Oranje A, Prose N : Textbook of Paediatric Dermatology (2nd edition). Oxford, Blackwell

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Larcher V, Wheeler R (2006) Ethics and Law. Beattie RM : Essential Revision Notes in Paediatrics for the MRCPCH (2nd edition). London, Pastest

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Larcher, V (2008) Ethics. Lissauer T, Clayden G : Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics (3rd edition). US, Mosby

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Rajapakse D, Larcher V (2009) Palliative care in children; ethical and legal issues. Chary N : The Oxford textbook of Palliative Care. Oxford, Oxford University Press

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Caroline E. Brain, Sarah M. Creighton, Imran Mushtaq, Polly A. Carmichael, Angela Barnicoat, John W. Honour, Victor Larcher John C. Achermann (2010) Holistic Management of DSD. Hughes IA : Best Practice & Research: Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. US, Elsevier

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Larcher V, Carnavale F (2010) Ethics (revised chapter). Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care for Children : Goldman A, Hain R, Liben S. Oxford, Oxford University Press