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Professor Miles Witham
Dr Philip Heslop
Dr Richard Dodds
Dr Claire McDonald
Bryony Storey
et al.
Performance of the SarQoL quality of life tool in a UK population of older people with probable sarcopenia and implications for use in clinical trials: findings from the SarcNet Registry2022
Professor Miles Witham
Dr Philip Heslop
Dr Richard Dodds
Dr Claire McDonald
Bryony Storey
et al.
Developing a UK sarcopenia registry: recruitment and baseline characteristics of the SarcNet pilot2021
Dr Rachael Lawson
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor David Burn
Defining delirium in idiopathic Parkinson’s disease: a systematic review2019
Joanna Klaptocz
Mitali Agarwal
Zoszka Webb
Meghna Prabhakar
Dr Claire McDonald
et al.
The Pattern of Hospital Admissions Prior to Care Home Placement in People With Parkinson’s Disease: Evidence of a Period of Crisis for Patients and Carers2019
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Richard Walker
Dr James Fisher
200 Years of Parkinson's disease: What have we learnt from James Parkinson?2018
Daniyal Daud
Dr Claire McDonald
Medical and surgical care for patients with Parkinson's disease2018
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
A prospective study of the association between orthostatic hypotension and falls: Definition matters2017
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
Blood pressure variability and cognitive decline in older people: a 5-year longitudinal study.2017
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor David Burn
Lower urinary tract symptoms in Parkinson's disease: Prevalence, aetiology and management2017
Dr Sean O'Dowd
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Rosie Morris
Dr Rachael Lawson
Dr Claire McDonald
et al.
Poor Sleep Quality and Progression of Gait Impairment in an Incident Parkinson’s Disease Cohort2017
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Variability Increases Over a 10-Year Follow-Up in Community-Dwelling Older People.2016
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Modified criteria for carotid sinus hypersensitivity are associated with increased mortality in a population-based study2016
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Professor David Burn
Orthostatic hypotension and cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease: Causation or association?2016
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Rachael Lawson
Dr Gordon Duncan
Dr Sean O'Dowd
Dr Alison Yarnall
et al.
The Frequency and Progression of Genitourinary and Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Parkinson’s disease and Healthy Controls Over 36 months Follow-up in the ICICLE-PD Study2016
Dr Iwo Bohr
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Jiabao He
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Brain oxygenation responses to autonomic challenge: a quantitative fMRI investigation of the Valsalva manoeuvre2015
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Luke Hutchinson
Professor Julia Newton
Painful Temporomandibular Disorders Are Common in Patients with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and Impact Significantly upon Quality of Life2015
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Masked hypertension is common and is associated with significant mortality2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Postural tachycardia syndrome is associated with significant symptoms and functional impairment predominantly affecting young women: a UK perspective2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Andrew Blamire
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Symptoms During Carotid Sinus Massage, Not Hemodynamic Change, Are Associated with White Matter Hyperintensity Volume on Magnetic Resonance Imaging2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Management of Hypertension in Community-Dwelling Older People has improved over the Last Decade and is not associated with Increase Risk of Falls, Dizziness or Syncope2013
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Poor Gait and Balance Predict Poor Cognitive Function and Cognitive Decline 10 Years Later2013
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Claire McDonald
Prevalence of Most Vascular Risk Factors Increases But End-Organ Disease Remains Constant Over 10 Years Follow-Up in a Community-Dwelling Cohort of Older People2013
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Blood pressure variability is associated with cognitive impairment in community dwelling older persons and is a predictor of cognitive decline2012
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Single centre experience of ivabradine in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome2011
Dr Timothy Hardy
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
A follow-up study of modafinil for the treatment of daytime somnolence and fatigue in primary biliary cirrhosis2010
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor David Jones
Central nervous system dysfunction in primary biliary cirrhosis and its relationship to symptoms2010
Alison Costigan
Catherine Elliott
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Orthostatic symptoms predict functional capacity in chronic fatigue syndrome: Implications for management2010
Professor David Jones
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
A Efficacy and Tolerability of Modafinil for the Treatment of Daytime Somnolence and Fatigue in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis2009
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Roy Taylor
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Jeremy Palmer
et al.
Pilot Study of Peripheral Muscle Function in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis: Potential Implications for Fatigue Pathogenesis2008
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
Central cerebral activation is reduced in primary biliary cirrhosis and associated with excessive daytime sleepiness2007