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RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records / LJ Griffiths, M Cortina-Borja, K Tingay, A Bandyopadhyay, A Akbari, B DeStavola, H Bedford, S Brophy, R Lyons, C Dezateux, Ashley Akbari

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Swansea University Author: Ashley Akbari

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ISSN: 0143-005X
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title RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records
spellingShingle RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records
Ashley, Akbari
title_short RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records
title_full RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records
title_fullStr RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records
title_full_unstemmed RF33 Are active boys and girls at increased risk of hospital attendance or admission for injury? a longitudinal study in wales and scotland using linked cohort and electronic health records
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