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IPH Open Access Research Alerts

Two steps are required to set up a customised RSS feed or email alert system:

STEP 1: Select the open access (OA) research journal articles you wish to include in your customised feed. To do this you can either use keywords, journal titles or both. When you've done this, click the "Apply" button. You can preview the latest articles that would be included in the feed and refine your selections if you wish. Once you're happy with the selections, move to Step 2.

STEP 2: Subscribe to your custom feed using either the RSS icon or the email alert signup form provided. Click here for a good introduction to using RSS feeds.

  • 'We both just wanted to be normal parents: a qualitative study of the experience of maternity care for women with learning disability
  • Qualitative study to explore the health and well-being impacts on adults providing informal support to female domestic violence survivors
  • Perspectives on procedure-based assessments: a thematic analysis of semistructured interviews with 10 UK surgical trainees
  • Total volume and composition of fluid intake and mortality in older women: a cohort study
  • Evaluating CollaboRATE in a clinical setting: analysis of mode effects on scores, response rates and costs of data collection
  • Designing a physical activity intervention for children with asthma: a qualitative study of the views of healthcare professionals, parents and children with asthma
  • Global cardiovascular risk assessment in the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in adults: systematic review of systematic reviews
  • Incidental findings on brain MRI of cognitively normal first-degree descendants of patients with Alzheimer's disease: a cross-sectional analysis from the ALFA (Alzheimer and Families) project
  • Use of a computerised decision aid (DA) to inform the decision process on adjuvant chemotherapy in patients with stage II colorectal cancer: development and preliminary evaluation
  • Association between physical activity and body fat percentage, with adjustment for BMI: a large cross-sectional analysis of UK Biobank