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What has been assessed in writing and how? Empirical evidence from Assessing Writing (2000–2018) Journal article
Assessing Writing, 2019,Volume: 42
Authors:  Zheng,Yao;  Yu,Shulin
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L2 writing  Research methods  Review article  Writing assessment  Writing evaluation  Writing feedback  
Interventions to promote learners’ intercultural competence: A meta-analysis Journal article
International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 2019,Volume: 71,Page: 31-47
Authors:  Zhang,Xiaotian;  Zhou,Mingming
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Intercultural competence  Intervention  Meta-analysis  Students  Systematic review  
Enhancing Public Health HIV Interventions: A Qualitative Meta-Synthesis and Systematic Review of Studies to Improve Linkage to Care, Adherence, and Retention Journal article
EBioMedicine, 2019,Volume: 17,Page: 163-171
Authors:  Tucker,Joseph D.;  Tso,Lai Sze;  Hall,Brian;  Ma,Qingyan;  Beanland,Rachel;  Best,John;  Li,Haochu;  Lackey,Mellanye;  Marley,Gifty;  Rich,Zachary C.;  Sou,Ka lon;  Doherty,Meg
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Hiv  Intervention  Public Health  Qualitative  Systematic Review  
“We need them as much as they need us”: A systematic review of the qualitative evidence for possible mechanisms of effectiveness of animal-assisted intervention (AAI) Journal article
Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2019,Volume: 41,Page: 203-207
Authors:  Shen,Ruth Z.Z.;  Xiong,Peng;  Chou,Un I.;  Hall,Brian J.
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Animal-assisted interventions  Effectiveness  Qualitative  Systematic review  
“We need them as much as they need us”: A systematic review of the qualitative evidence for possible mechanisms of effectiveness of animal-assisted intervention (AAI) Journal article
Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2019,Volume: 41,Page: 203-207
Authors:  Shen,Ruth Z.Z.;  Xiong,Peng;  Chou,Un I.;  Hall,Brian J.
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Animal-assisted Interventions  Effectiveness  Qualitative  Systematic Review  
Meta-analysis of stigma and mental health Journal article
Social Science and Medicine, 2019,Volume: 65,Issue: 2,Page: 245-261
Authors:  Mak,Winnie W.S.;  Poon,Cecilia Y.M.;  Pun,Loraine Y.K.;  Cheung,Shu Fai
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Mental health  Meta-analysis  Review  Stigma  
Benefits of multiple micronutrient supplementation in heart failure:A comprehensive review Conference paper
CRITICAL REVIEWS IN FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION, Kunming, PEOPLES R CHINA, 2018-8
Authors:  Simona Dragan;  Florina Buleu;  Ruxandra Christodorescu;  Florin Cobzariu;  Stela Iurciuc;  Dana Velimirovici;  Jianbo Xiao;  Constantin Tudor Luca
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Heart Failure  Energetic Metabolism  Coenzyme Q10  Vitamin d  Micronutrient Supplementation  Comprehensive Review  
How Can a Destination Better Manage Its Offering to Visitors? Observing Visitor Experiences via Online Reviews Journal article
SUSTAINABILITY, 2019,Volume: 11,Issue: 17
Authors:  Hany Kim;  Hyo Jae Joun;  Yeongbae Choe;  Ashley Schroeder
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Destination o Ering  Destination Attribute  Visitor Experience  Online Review  Micro-scale Destination  Local Attraction  Ucg  Economic Sustainability  
“We need them as much as they need us”: A systematic review of the qualitative evidence for possible mechanisms of effectiveness of animal-assisted intervention (AAI) Journal article
Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2018,Volume: 41,Page: 203-207
Authors:  Shen,Ruth Z.Z.;  Xiong,Peng;  Chou,Un I.;  Hall,Brian J.
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Animal-assisted interventions  Effectiveness  Qualitative  Systematic review  
"We need them as much as they need us": A systematic review of the qualitative evidence for possible mechanisms of effectiveness of animal-assisted intervention (AAI) Journal article
COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES IN MEDICINE, 2018,Volume: 41,Page: 203-207
Authors:  Shen, Ruth Z. Z.;  Xiong, Peng;  Chou, Un I.;  Hall, Brian J.
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Qualitative  Animal-assisted Interventions  Systematic Review  Effectiveness