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22-Feb-2018Use of pasteurised human donor milk across neonatal networks in EnglandBattersby, C; Marciano Alves Mousinho, R; Longford, N; Modi, N
20-Apr-2016Nutritional Evaluation and Optimisation in Neonates (NEON): a randomised double-blind controlled trial of amino-acid regimen and intravenous lipid composition in preterm parenteral nutritionUthaya, SN; Liu, X; Babalis, D; Doré, C; Warwick, J, et al
1-Sep-2018Validity of neurodevelopmental outcomes of children born very preterm assessed during routine clinical follow-up in EnglandWong, HS; Cowan, FM; Modi, N; Medicines for Neonates Investigator Group; National Institute for Health Research
1-Aug-2016Development of a pipeline for exploratory metabolic profiling of infant urineJackson, FL; Georgakopoulou, N; Kaluarachchi, M; Kyriakides, M; Andreas, N, et al
22-Oct-2017Neonatal brain injuries in England: population-based incidence derived from routinely recorded clinical data held in the National Neonatal Research DatabaseGale, C; Statnikov, Y; Jawad, S; Uthaya, SN; Modi, N, et al
19-Feb-2018Incidence of neonatal Necrotising Enterocolitis in high income countries: a systematic reviewBattersby, CWS; Santhalingam, T; Costeloe, K; Modi, N; National Institute for Health Research
7-Sep-2017Survival of very preterm infants admitted to neonatal care in England 2008-2014: time trends and regional variationSanthakumaran, S; Gray, D; Statnikov, Y; Battersby, C; Ashby, D, et al
1-Jan-2019Parent, Child and Public Involvement in Child Health Research: Core value not just an optional extraMolloy, E; Mader, S; Modi, N; Gale, C; Medical Research Council
25-Jun-2019Better use of data to improve parent satisfaction (BUDS): protocol for a prospective before-and-after pilot study employing mixed methods to improve parent experience of neonatal careSakonidou, S; Andrzejewska, I; Kotzamanis, S; Carnegie, W; Nakubulwa, M, et al
-Using routinely recorded clinical data for research: the Medicines for Neonates research programmeModi, N; Ashby, D; Battersby, C; Brocklehurst, P; Chivers, Z, et al