Our academic community publishes world-class research. 4Cite, our publications showcase, gives you easy access to the latest and greatest papers from our huge range of publications.
Manchester is recognised as a world leader in research, with a diverse range of strengths. We are pleased to promote the outputs of our world-class researchers within biology, medicine and health, and highlight the outstanding work they are doing.
The papers you will find here have been submitted by our academics and judged to be some of the best outputs across our research domains. They deserve to be showcased to a broad audience to encourage discussion and dissemination.
You will find an overview of each paper, including insights from the authors. We hope you will enjoy the selection of work displayed.
The showcase will be updated quarterly with a new set of papers.
You can also explore a full archive of our academic papers within the University’s research explorer.
Latest papers / Winter 2018
Downward parental socioeconomic mobility could increase subsequent risks for self-directed and interpersonal violence, but upward mobility could ameliorate risks.
Older adults (aged 65 and older) who self-harm have a higher risk of dying from unnatural causes (particularly suicide) compared to their peers without a history of self-harm.
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Discover our nine key themes across biology, medicine and health.
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Browse a comprehensive list of publications from researchers in the Faculty.
Information for our researchers
The publications showcase is an opportunity to widen the visibility of your best published outputs. You can submit your foremost publications to us during one of four submission calls each year.
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