Research round up (Record no. 35612)

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Original cataloging agency WIHC
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Personal name Jarrett, Simon
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Title Research round up
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Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture, or copyright notice 2021
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Series statement Community Living
Volume/sequential designation 34 (4) Summer 2021: 22-23
International Standard Serial Number 0951-9815
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Summary, etc. Simon Jarret looks at some intriguing research studies from recent journals these include - pandemic restrictions have unexpected results on positive behavioural support, flexibility is the main plus of personal budgets, vegetarians are a minority within a minority and where people live is neglected in research.<br/>All articles are available from the IHC Library
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        Article available on request   IHC Library IHC Library 13/09/2021 Article W0014308 13/09/2021 13/09/2021 Article

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