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Recent publications



  • Outcomes at five to eight years of age for children with Hirschsprung's disease, B. S. R. Allin, C. Opondo, T. J. Bradnock, S. E. Kenny, J. J. Kurinczuk, G. M. Walker, et al.


Older publications




  • Laparoscopic assistance for primary transanal pull-through in Hirschsprung's disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis, D. Thomson, B. Allin, A.-M. Long, T. Bradnock, G. Walker and M. Knight





Other relevant publications

Caring for a child with complex care needs at home, nursery and school

Finding out that your baby has a condition that will require neonatal surgery is a complicated experience. It can be a long journey filled with uncertainty and anxiety. In 2016 and 2017, Lisa Hinton travelled the country and talked to 44 parents about their experiences and issues such as diagnosis, birth planning, the surgery itself and life back at home. These interviews, which some of you took part in, helped to produce a resource for parents and clinicians to help them navigate these challenging times. She has also written three papers highlighting what could be done by clinicians to help make things better for parents of children who need an operation. You can read these papers here:


Newsletter 01 - March 2023

Updated: Wednesday, 04 October 2023 14:26 (v3)

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