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  • The Battle of the Water Networks II (BWN-II) 

    Marchi, A.; Salomons, E; Ostfeld, A.; Kapelan, Zoran; Simpson, A; Zecchin, A. C.; Maier, H.R.; Wu, Z; Elsayed, S; Song, Y; Walski, T.; Stokes, C; Wu, W; Dandy, G.C.; Alvisi, S; Creaco, Enrico; Franchini, Marco; Saldarriaga, J; Páez, D; Hernandez, David; Bohórquez, J; Bent, R; Coffrin, C; Judi, D; McPherson, T; van Hentenryck, P; Matos, J; Monteiro, A; Matias, N; Yoo, D; Lee, H; Kim, J; Iglesias-Rey, P; Martínez-Solano, F; Mora-Meliá, D; Ribelles-Aguilar, J; Guidolin, Michele; Fu, Guangtao; Reed, P.M.; Wang, Qi; Liu, H; McClymont, K; Johns, Matthew B.; Keedwell, Edward; Kandiah, V; Jasper, M; Drake, K; Shafiee, E; Barandouzi, M; Berglund, A; Brill, D; Mahinthakumar, G; Ranjithan, R; Zechman, E; Morley, Mark S.; Tricarico, Carla; de Marinis, G.; Tolson, B; Khedr, A; Asadzadeh, M (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2013-05-18)
    The Battle of the Water Networks II (BWN-II) is the latest of a series of competitions related to the design and operation of water distribution systems (WDSs) undertaken within the Water Distribution Systems Analysis ...
  • Collaborative care for depression in UK primary care: a randomized controlled trial 

    Richards, David; Lovell, Karina; Gilbody, Simon; Gask, L; Torgerson, D; Barkham, M; Bland, M; Bower, Peter; Lankshear, A.J; Simpson, A; Fletcher, J; Escott, D; Hennessy, Sue; Richardson, R (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
    Background. Collaborative care is an effective intervention for depression which includes both organizational and patient-level intervention components. The effect in the UK is unknown, as is whether cluster- or ...
  • Delivering stepped care: an analysis of implementation in routine practice 

    Richards, David; Bower, Peter; Pagel, C; Weaver, A; Utley, M; Cape, J; Pilling, S; Lovell, Karina; Gilbody, Simon; Leibowitz, J; Owens, L; Paxton, R; Hennessy, Sue; Simpson, A; Gallivan, S; Tomson, D; Vasilakis, C (BioMed Central, 2012)
    In the United Kingdom, clinical guidelines recommend that services for depression and anxiety should be structured around a stepped care model, where patients receive treatment at different 'steps,' with the intensity of ...