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    Feasibility of weekly participant-reported data collection in a pragmatic randomised controlled trial in primary care: experiences from the BATHE trial (Bath Additives for the Treatment of cHildhood Eczema)

    Stuart, B., Rumsby, K., Santer, M., Ridd, M. J., Francis, N. A., Chorozoglou, M., Spreadbury, C., Steele, M., Nollett, C., Liddiard, L., Prude, M., Hooper, J., Thomas-Jones, E., Roberts, A., Thomas, K. S., Williams, H. C. & Little, P., 24 Oct 2018, In : Trials. 19, 9 p., 582.

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    Adding emollient bath additives to standard eczema management for children with eczema: the BATHE RCT

    Santer, M., Rumsby, K., Ridd, M. J., Francis, N. A., Stuart, B., Chorozoglou, M., Roberts, A., Liddiard, L., Nollett, C., Hooper, J., Prude, M., Wood, W., Thomas-Jones, E., Becque, T., Thomas, K. S., Williams, H. C. & Little, P., 21 Oct 2018, In : Health Technology Assessment. 22, 57, 116 p.

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    Emollient bath additives for the treatment of childhood eczema (BATHE): multi-centre pragmatic parallel group randomised controlled trial of clinical and cost-effectiveness

    Santer, M., Ridd, M., Francis, N. A., Stuart, B., Rumsby, K., Chorozoglou, M., Becque, T., Roberts, A., Liddiard, L., Nollett, C., Hooper, J., Prude, M., Wood, W., Thomas, K. S., Thomas-Jones, E., Williams, H. & Little, P., 3 May 2018, In : BMJ. 361, 8 p., k1332.

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