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"Have we done enough?" A cross-condition exploration of the experiences of parents caring for a child with an appearance-affecting condition or injury (2021)
Journal Article
Thornton, M., Harcourt, D., Deave, T., Kiff, J., & Williamson, H. (2021). "Have we done enough?" A cross-condition exploration of the experiences of parents caring for a child with an appearance-affecting condition or injury. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 24(6), 418-428. https://doi.org/10.1080/17518423.2021.1901150

Children and young people (CYP) with appearance-affecting conditions/injuries report common pervasive psychosocial difficulties, regardless of cause, nature or extent of their visible differences. Parents or carers can also experience psychosocial di... Read More about "Have we done enough?" A cross-condition exploration of the experiences of parents caring for a child with an appearance-affecting condition or injury.

Perceptions of injury risk in the home and workplace in Nepal: A qualitative study (2021)
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Joshi, E., Bhatta, S., Deave, T., Mytton, J., Adhikari, D., Manandhar, S. R., & Joshi, S. K. (2021). Perceptions of injury risk in the home and workplace in Nepal: A qualitative study. BMJ Open, 11(3), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044273

Objective: Injuries are a global health problem. To develop context-specific injury prevention interventions, one needs to understand population perceptions of home and workplace injuries. This study explored a range of views and perceptions about in... Read More about Perceptions of injury risk in the home and workplace in Nepal: A qualitative study.

Would shared health visitor and emergency department records improve recognition of child maltreatment within the emergency department? A prospective multicentre study (2020)
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Nuttall, D., Rea, D., Bennett, C. V., Hollén, L., Mullen, S., Maguire, S., …Deave, T. (2020). Would shared health visitor and emergency department records improve recognition of child maltreatment within the emergency department? A prospective multicentre study. Child Abuse Review, 29(6), 518-528

Burns are common causes of paediatric emergency care attendance; approximately ten per cent result from maltreatment. Following emergency department (ED) attendance with a burn by 232 under five-year-olds, 11 risk factors for maltreatment were collec... Read More about Would shared health visitor and emergency department records improve recognition of child maltreatment within the emergency department? A prospective multicentre study.

Home-related and work-related injuries in Makwanpur district, Nepal: A household survey (2020)
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Pant, P. R., Deave, T., Banstola, A., Bhatta, S., Joshi, E., Adhikari, D., …Mytton, J. A. (in press). Home-related and work-related injuries in Makwanpur district, Nepal: A household survey. Injury Prevention, https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2020-043986

© Author(s) (or their employer(s)) 2020. Re-use permitted under CC BY. Published by BMJ. Objective: To describe the epidemiology of home-related and work-related injuries, their mechanisms, inequalities and costs associated with these injuries. Metho... Read More about Home-related and work-related injuries in Makwanpur district, Nepal: A household survey.

Environmental change interventions to prevent unintentional home injuries among children in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis (2020)
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Bhatta, S., Mytton, J., & Deave, T. (2020). Environmental change interventions to prevent unintentional home injuries among children in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Child: Care, Health and Development, 46(5), 537-551. https://doi.org/10.1111/cch.12772

Introduction: Unintentional home injury is an important cause of death and disability among children, especially those living in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This systematic review aimed to synthesize evidence about the effectiveness of... Read More about Environmental change interventions to prevent unintentional home injuries among children in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Assessment of home hazards for non-fatal childhood injuries in rural Nepal: A community survey (2020)
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Bhatta, S., Mytton, J. A., & Deave, T. (2021). Assessment of home hazards for non-fatal childhood injuries in rural Nepal: A community survey. Injury Prevention, 27(2), 104-110. https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2019-043482

Background: Unintentional injuries in and around the home are important causes of preventable death and disability among young children globally. In Nepal, there is a lack of data regarding home injuries and home hazards to guide the development of e... Read More about Assessment of home hazards for non-fatal childhood injuries in rural Nepal: A community survey.

The relationship between feeding and non-nutritive sucking behaviours and speech sound development: A systematic review (2020)
Journal Article
Burr, S., Harding, S., Wren, Y., & Deave, T. (2021). The relationship between feeding and non-nutritive sucking behaviours and speech sound development: A systematic review. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 73(2), 75-88. https://doi.org/10.1159/000505266

Background Children with and without Speech Sound Disorders (SSD) are exposed to different patterns of infant feeding (breast/bottle feeding) and may or may not engage in non-nutritive sucking (NNS) (pacifier/digit sucking). Sucking and speech use... Read More about The relationship between feeding and non-nutritive sucking behaviours and speech sound development: A systematic review.

Exploration of gaps and challenges in managing burn injury at district and sub-district government health care facilities in Bangladesh (2019)
Journal Article
Biswas, A., Abdullah, A. S., Deave, T., Dalal, K., & Mashreky, S. R. (2020). Exploration of gaps and challenges in managing burn injury at district and sub-district government health care facilities in Bangladesh. Burns Open, 4(1), 16-21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.burnso.2019.11.002

Background: Burn injury is one of the leading cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. In developing countries like Bangladesh, burn is one of the leading causes of illness, disabilities and deaths. More than 365,000 people are injured every year... Read More about Exploration of gaps and challenges in managing burn injury at district and sub-district government health care facilities in Bangladesh.

Child Injury Prevention Photosphere EU Safety Conference Oct19 (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Deave, T., Whale, K., Emond, A., & Hicks, B. (2019, October). Child Injury Prevention Photosphere EU Safety Conference Oct19. Presented at EU Safety 2019, Luxemburg

INTRODUCTION: Burn and scald injuries in children are common in the UK; 50,000 children under 14 years old attend emergency departments (EDs) annually. Approximately 70% of these children are under three years old, injuries are likely to occur in... Read More about Child Injury Prevention Photosphere EU Safety Conference Oct19.

The Bumps and BaBies Longitudinal Study (BaBBLeS): A multi-site cohort study of first-time mothers to evaluate the effectiveness of the Baby Buddy app (2019)
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Deave, T., Ginja, S., Goodenough, T., Bailey, E., Piwek, L., Coad, J., …Lingam, R. (2019). The Bumps and BaBies Longitudinal Study (BaBBLeS): A multi-site cohort study of first-time mothers to evaluate the effectiveness of the Baby Buddy app. mHealth, 5, https://doi.org/10.21037/mhealth.2019.08.05

Background: Health mobile applications (apps) have become very popular, including apps specifically designed to support women during the ante- and postnatal periods. However, there is currently limited evidence for the effectiveness of such apps at... Read More about The Bumps and BaBies Longitudinal Study (BaBBLeS): A multi-site cohort study of first-time mothers to evaluate the effectiveness of the Baby Buddy app.

Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study (2018)
Journal Article
Ginja, S., Coad, J., Bailey, E., Kendall, S., Goodenough, T., Nightingale, S., …Lingam, R. (2018). Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 18(1), 441. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-018-2049-x

BACKGROUND: Information and communication technologies are used increasingly to facilitate social networks and support women during the perinatal period. This paper presents data on how technology use affects the association between women's social su... Read More about Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study.

A study to evaluate the effectiveness of Best Beginnings' Baby Buddy phone app in England: A protocol paper (2018)
Journal Article
Deave, T., Kendal, S., Lingam, R., Day, C., Goodenough, T., Bailey, E., …Coad, J. (2018). A study to evaluate the effectiveness of Best Beginnings' Baby Buddy phone app in England: A protocol paper. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 20(e19), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423618000294

© Cambridge University Press 2018. Introduction Developments in information and communication technologies have enabled electronic health and seen a huge expansion over the last decade. This has increased the possibility of self-management of health... Read More about A study to evaluate the effectiveness of Best Beginnings' Baby Buddy phone app in England: A protocol paper.

An injury prevention photosphere (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Deave, T., Whale, K., Whiskard, H., Hicks, B., & Emond, A. (2018, July). An injury prevention photosphere. Poster presented at ICCHNR - Transforming Community and Public Health: Inspiring Future Generations

Background and rationale Burn and scald injuries in children are common in the UK; 50,000 children under 14 years old attend emergency departments (EDs) annually. Approximately 70% of these children are under three years old, injuries are likely to... Read More about An injury prevention photosphere.

Exploring perceptions of common practices immediately following burn injuries in rural communities of Bangladesh (2018)
Journal Article
Biswas, A., Abdullah, A. S. M., Dalal, K., Deave, T., Rahman, F., & Mashreky, S. R. (2018). Exploring perceptions of common practices immediately following burn injuries in rural communities of Bangladesh. BMC Health Services Research, 18(1), 467. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-018-3287-3

© 2018 The Author(s). Background: Burns can be the most devastating injuries in the world, they constitute a global public health problem and cause widespread public health concern. Every year in Bangladesh more than 365,000 people are injured by ele... Read More about Exploring perceptions of common practices immediately following burn injuries in rural communities of Bangladesh.

Developing an injury prevention photosphere (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Deave, T., Whale, K., Whiskard, H., Hicks, B., & Emond, A. (2018, March). Developing an injury prevention photosphere. Presented at iHV Evidence-based practice conference Promoting “The Best Start in Life”

Background Burn and scald injuries in children are common in the UK; 50,000 children under 14 years old attend emergency departments (EDs) annually. Approximately 70% of these children are under three years old, injuries are likely to occur in the... Read More about Developing an injury prevention photosphere.

Evaluation of the specialist community public health nursing peripatetic assessment model (2017)
Journal Article
Deave, T., Novak, C., Brook, J., & Salmon, D. (2017). Evaluation of the specialist community public health nursing peripatetic assessment model. Community Practitioner, 90(8), 45-47

The Health Visitor Implementation Plan 2011-15: a call to action, called for an additional 4200 health visitors to be trained by 2015. To accommodate larger numbers of students, specialist community public health nursing (SCPHN) programmes across the... Read More about Evaluation of the specialist community public health nursing peripatetic assessment model.

Keeping children safe: A multicentre programme of research to increase the evidence base for preventing unintentional injuries in the home in the under-fives (2017)
Journal Article
Kendrick, D., Ablewhite, J., Achana, F., Benford, P., Clacy, R., Coffey, F., …Zou, K. (2017). Keeping children safe: A multicentre programme of research to increase the evidence base for preventing unintentional injuries in the home in the under-fives. Programme Grants for Applied Research, 5(14), 1-834. https://doi.org/10.3310/pgfar05140

Background Unintentional injuries among 0- to 4-year-olds are a major public health problem incurring substantial NHS, individual and societal costs. However, evidence on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of preventative interventions is la... Read More about Keeping children safe: A multicentre programme of research to increase the evidence base for preventing unintentional injuries in the home in the under-fives.

Evaluating implementation of a fireprevention injury prevention briefing in children's centres: Cluster randomised controlled trial (2017)
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Deave, T., Hawkins, A., Kumar, A., Hayes, M., Cooper, N., Watson, M., …Kendrick, D. (2017). Evaluating implementation of a fireprevention injury prevention briefing in children's centres: Cluster randomised controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 12(3), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0172584

Background Many developed countries have high mortality rates for fire-related deaths in children aged 0-14 years with steep social gradients. Evidence-based interventions to promote fire safety practices exist, but the impact of implementing a rang... Read More about Evaluating implementation of a fireprevention injury prevention briefing in children's centres: Cluster randomised controlled trial.

Potential for environmental change at community level to prevent child unintentional injuries in the home: A qualitative study (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Bhatta, S., Mytton, J., & Deave, T. (2017, January). Potential for environmental change at community level to prevent child unintentional injuries in the home: A qualitative study. Presented at The CHCR Annual Conference 2017 ‘Research with Impact’

Background Unintentional injury in the home is an important cause of death and disability among young children in Nepal. Reducing home injury hazards by changing the home environment has the potential to prevent home injuries. The aim of this study... Read More about Potential for environmental change at community level to prevent child unintentional injuries in the home: A qualitative study.

Modifiable risk factors for scald injury in children under 5 years of age: A Multi-centre Case–Control Study (2016)
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Watson, M. C., Stewart, J., Benford, P., Wynn, P., Watson, M., Coupland, C., …Kendrick, D. (2016). Modifiable risk factors for scald injury in children under 5 years of age: A Multi-centre Case–Control Study. Burns, 42(8), 1831-1843. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.burns.2016.06.027

© 2016 Elsevier Ltd and ISBI Objective To determine the relationship between a range of modifiable risk factors and medically attended scalds in children under the age of 5 years. Methods Multicentre matched case–control study in acute hospitals, min... Read More about Modifiable risk factors for scald injury in children under 5 years of age: A Multi-centre Case–Control Study.