Faculty of Health & Life Sciences

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Medicine & Life Sciences

Concepts & Ideas

Psychology
Health
Randomized Controlled Trials
Interviews
Students
Confidence Intervals
Mental Health
Quality of Life
Meta-Analysis
Cohort Studies
Prospective Studies
Incidence
Motivation
Longitudinal Studies
Cross-Sectional Studies
Health Promotion
Manuscripts
Religion

Disorders

Neoplasms
Breast Neoplasms
Wounds and Injuries
Arthritis
Colorectal Neoplasms
Anxiety
Body Mass Index
Obesity
Fatigue
Prostatic Neoplasms
Autistic Disorder
Chronic Disease
Depression
Weight Gain
Anoxia
Colonic Neoplasms
Dyslexia

Activities & Behaviors

Exercise
Motor Activity
Walking
Life Style
Violence
Referral and Consultation
Costs and Cost Analysis
Communication
Outcome Assessment (Health Care)
Sexual Behavior
Sports
Football
Cost-Benefit Analysis
Smoking
Soccer
Child Care
Child Welfare
Feeding Behavior
Parenting
Medication Adherence

Procedures

Self Care
Delivery of Health Care
Education
Primary Health Care
Rehabilitation
Home Care Services
Health Services
Peer Review
Sonication

Geographic Areas

England

Physiology

Eating
Emotions
Self Efficacy
Learning
Pregnancy
Mutation
Cognition
Decision Making

Chemicals & Drugs

Food
Caffeine
Carbohydrates
Alcohols

Living Beings

Nurses
Midwifery
Fruit
Survivors
Young Adult
Caregivers
Focus Groups
Athletes
Physical Therapists
Disabled Children
Chlamydia
Lions

Occupations

Technology
Ultrasonics
Nursing
Behavioral Medicine
Health Education
Social Psychology

Anatomy

Muscles

Phenomena

Hot Temperature

Objects

Vegetables

Devices

Equipment and Supplies
Placebos

Social Sciences

child
Great Britain
research
people
reading
statement
intervention
student
education
health
development
interview
practice
measurement method
service
participant
program
process
data
analysis
impact
care
activity
learning
behavior
perspective
International
effect
individual
understanding
age
violence
human being
scientist
woman
family
disability
police
man
method
work
inequality
project
identity
problem
performance
school
playing
adult
strategy
function
contact
adolescent
theory
user
need
risk
publisher
perception
literacy
book
responsibility
world
content
university
victim
social work
offender
category
emotion
staff
dementia
justice
offense
quality of life
psychology
national identity
prejudice
sexual violence
sexuality
exploitation
refugee