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What interventions, which could be delivered at home by parents, are available to improve eating in young children with neurodisability and are suitable for investigation in pragmatic trials?
Project title: What interventions, which could be delivered at home by parents, are available to improve eating in young children with neurodisability and are suitable for investigation in pragmatic trials?
Call to action: 15/156 15/156 Interventions to improve eating ability in children with neurodisability
Research type: Primary Research
Contractor: University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Co-investigators: Dr Diane Sellers, Dr Jill Cadwgan, Dr Julian Thomas, Dr Lindsay Pennington, Mrs Charlotte Buswell, Mrs Deborah Garland, Mrs Johanna Smith, Professor Allan Colver, Professor Christopher Morris, Professor Dawn Craig, Professor Elaine McColl, Professor Helen McConachie.
Started: July 2017 | Status: Published March 2021
This study established that no single intervention is acceptable to parents and professionals, but proposed a toolkit of interventions, which needs further development before evaluation in a trial.
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