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    Walking and cardiovascular risk: A meta-analysis of randomised, controlled trials 2361 board #93 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM (Pre-published version) [1]
    Walking to improve cardiovascular health: A meta-analysis of randomised control trials (Pre-published version) [1]
    Walking: The first steps in cardiovascular disease prevention [1]
    We must guarantee a genuine Irish welcome for our returning diaspora (Pre-published version) [1]
    Welsh ogams from an Irish perspective. [1]
    What are the most important things to consider when choosing a school for my child? (Pre-published version) [1]
    What can I do if my child doesn’t want to go back to school? (Pre-published version) [1]
    What else could have caused it? Counterfactuals, enablers and alternatives [1]
    What resources are available to support families on their transitions to school? (Pre-published version) [1]
    What strategies can I use for my non-verbal child to ease their transition? (Pre-published version) [1]
    What we think we believe: Extracts from the European Values Study [1]
    What you see is what you get, but do you get what you see: Higher education students’ evaluation of the credibility of online information. [1]
    What's in a name? - vocatives in casual conversations and radio phone-in calls [1]
    What’s a real 2D shape? Designing appropriate geometric instruction [1]
    What’s SWOT in attitudes towards young children in Danish after-school provision: perceptions from an ‘Irish lens’ [1]
    When Size Does Matter: How Church Size Determines Media Coverage of Religion.(Pre-Published Version) [1]
    When the Christian Community Gathers on Sunday in the Absence of the Presbyter: What Happens? [1]
    Where to now for early childhood care and education (ECCE) graduates? A study of the experiences of Irish BA ECCE degree graduates [1]
    "The whole man": a discussion of the influence of aspects of the occult and of German philosophy on Yeats’s dramatic theory and performance [1]
    Whose day is it anyway? St. Patrick's Day as a contested performance of national and diasporic Irishness (pre-print version) [1]