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Awards are available for UK or EU students only for a maximum of three years full-time study. Awards will cover University Fees and Doctoral Stipend (2018-2019: £14,777).
1. Hatton C, Glover G, Emerson E, I B. People with learning disabilities in England 2015. London; 2016.
2. van Schrojenstein Lantman-De HM, Metsemakers JF, Haveman MJ, Crebolder HF. Health problems in people with intellectual disability in general practice: a comparative study. Family practice. 2000;17(5):405-7.
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4. Heslop P, Blair PS, Fleming P, Hoghton M, Marriott A, Russ L. The Confidential Inquiry into premature deaths of people with intellectual disabilities in the UK: a population-based study. The Lancet. 2014;383(9920):889-95.
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6. Braddock D. Aging and developmental disabilities: Demographic and policy issues affecting American families. Mental Retardation. 1999;37(2):155-61.
7. P. Janicki M, Dalton AJ, Michael Henderson C, Davidson PW. Mortality and morbidity among older adults with intellectual disability: health services considerations. Disability and rehabilitation. 1999;21(5-6):284-94.
8. Tuffrey‐Wijne I, Hogg J, Curfs L. End‐of‐Life and Palliative Care for People with Intellectual Disabilities Who have Cancer or Other Life‐Limiting Illness: A Review of the Literature and Available Resources. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 2007;20(4):331-44.
9. Janicki MP, Dalton AJ, McCallion P, Baxley DD, Zendell A. Group home care for adults with intellectual disabilities and Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia. 2005;4(3):361-85.
10. McCarron M, McCallion P. End-of-life care challenges for persons with intellectual disability and dementia: making decisions about tube feeding. Intellectual and developmental disabilities. 2007;45(2):128-31.
11. Tuffrey-Wijne I, McLaughlin D. Consensus norms for palliative care of people with intellectual disabilities in Europe: EAPC White Paper. 2015.
12. Punch KF. Introduction to social research: Quantitative and qualitative approaches: Sage; 2013.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 64.40
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