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Bethan Manford
Manford B. VIG case studies. Feeding children with learning difficulties. Poster (2017) Glasgow.

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Melanie Cross & Katy Grayson
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Meghana Kamble
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Miriam Craddock Kirsten Branigan
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Anita Hayes
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Zubeida Dasgupta
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Monika Celebi,
Celebi M. VIG in edited collection 'Weaving the Cradle. Poster (2017) Glasgow

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Judith Rees et al
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Miriam Landor
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Clare Webster
'VIG-diabetes': A relationship-based intervention to promote attunement between young people with diabetes and health carers

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Stephanie Satariano
Impact of PCI video feedback interventions on child neurocognitive & neurobiological
outcomes: a systematic literature review

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Deb Holmes
Joanne Peterkin
Innovative practice in children’s social care in Cambridgeshire: the use of Video Interaction Guidance

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Emma Hamill
Precise, reflective practice in schools: coaching school staff in the use of video as a reflective tool for teachers and pupils

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Antonia Papadopolou
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Can the intervention program V.I.G. promote sensitive and empathic communication between two subjects, one of which belongs to the spectrum of autism?

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Aoife Twohig, Angela Underdown, Anna Smyke,
An attachment focused intervention using VIG forparents of very preterm infantsin the NICU (PIPPA Study
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