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Bristol based SPCR researcher Fran Carroll presented a poster: 'External pressures increase parents’ thresholds for sending children with respiratory tract infections to nursery' at the South West Society for Academic Primary Care meeting in Bristol last week.

A press release sharing the findings of her study was issued on 6 March 2014 by the University of Bristol.

Fran is Research Associate in the University of Bristol’s Centre for Academic Primary Care. 

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