A longitudinal, observational study of the features of transitional healthcare associated with better outcomes for young people with long-term conditions

A. Colver*, H. McConachie, A. Le Couteur, G. Dovey-Pearce, K. D. Mann, J. E. McDonagh, M. S. Pearce, L. Vale, H. Merrick, J. R. Parr, Caroline Bennett, Greg Maniatopoulos, Tim Rapley, Debbie Reape, Nichola Chater, Helena Gleeson, Amanda Billson, Anastasia Bem, Stuart Bennett, Stephen BruceTim Cheetham, Diana Howlett, Zilla Huma, Mark Linden, Maria Lohan, Cara Maiden, Melanie Meek, Jenny Milne, Julie Owens, Jackie Parkes, Fiona Regan, Nandu Thalange

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