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Dr Laurie Davies
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Sue Lewis
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Andrew Kingston
et al.
Describing transitions in residential status over 10 years in the very old: results from the Newcastle 85+ Study2022
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Living the everyday of dementia friendliness: navigating care in public spaces2022
Dr Jason Scott
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Stephanie Mulrine
Lesley Young-Murphy
Residents transitioning between hospital and care homes: protocol for codesigning a systems-level response to safety issues (SafeST study)2022
Dr Rachel Stocker
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Patient and public involvement in care home research: Reflections on the how and why of involving patient and public involvement partners in qualitative data analysis and interpretation2021
Dr Holly Standing
Becca Patterson
Professor Catherine Exley
Professor Katie Brittain
A critical exploration of professional jurisdictions and role boundaries in inter-professional end-of-life care in the community2020
Dr Holly Standing
Professor Catherine Exley
Professor Katie Brittain
Information sharing challenges in end-of-life care: a qualitative study of patient, family and professional perspectives on the potential of an Electronic Palliative Care Co-ordination System2020
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Clare Hopkins
Professor Tom Joyce
Professor Katie Brittain
Framing the failure of medical implants: Media representations of the ASR hip replacements in the UK2019
Dr Holly Standing
Dr Mark Lee
Monique Lhussier
Professor Catherine Exley
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Paramedic information needs in end-of-life-care: a qualitative interview study exploring access to shared electronic records as a potential solution2019
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Personalisation, customisation and bricolage: how people with dementia and their families make assistive technology work for them2019
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Professor Katie Brittain
Views of children with cerebral palsy and their parents on the effectiveness and acceptability of intensive speech therapy2019
Dr Rachel Stocker
Claire Bamford
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Rachel Duncan
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
et al.
Care home services at the vanguard: stakeholder views on the development and evaluation of novel, integrated approaches to enhancing health care in care homes2018
Dr Rachael Lawson
Daniel Collerton
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor David Burn
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Coping with cognitive impairment and Parkinson’s disease: perspectives from patients and carers2018
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Elaine Stamp
Helen Kelly
Patricia Aluko
Dr Mukhrizah Othman
et al.
Internet delivery of intensive speech and language therapy for children with cerebral palsy: A pilot randomised controlled trial2018
Dr Connor Richardson
Stephanie Harrison
Professor Katie Brittain
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
Is There a Link between Cognitive Reserve and Cognitive Function in the Oldest-Old?2018
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
An investigation into the patterns of loneliness and loss in the oldest old – Newcastle 85+ Study2017
Dr Kellie Morrissey
Dr Andy Garbett
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Patrick Olivier
Edward Jenkins
et al.
Care and Connect: Exploring Dementia-Friendliness Through an Online Community Commissioning Platform2017
Dr Louise Wiblin
Dr Rory Durcan
Professor Katie Brittain
The Importance of Connection to Others in QoL in MSA and PSP2017
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
When walking becomes wandering: representing the fear of the fourth age2017
Dr Connor Richardson
Stephanie Harrison
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor Bloss Stephan
et al.
Associations between cognitive reserve and cognitive function in the very old: Newcastle 85+ Study2016
Professor Katie Brittain
Exercise for surgery: Acceptable pre-med or unreasonable request?2016
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Grant Gibson
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
Exploring the views of GPs, people with dementia and their carers on assistive technology: a qualitative study.2016
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Gary Pritchard
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
The provision of assistive technology products and services for people with dementia in the United Kingdom2016
Ruth Da Silva
Sarah Moore
Daniel Jamieson
Dr Madeline Balaam
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Wrist worn accelerometers with vibrating-alert to prompt exercises after stroke (WAVES)2016
Dr Gary Pritchard
Professor Katie Brittain
Alarm pendants and the technological shaping of older people's care: Between (intentional) help and (irrational) nuisance2015
Dr John Vines
Dr Gary Pritchard
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Patrick Olivier
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
An Age-Old Problem: Examining the Discourses of Ageing in HCI and Strategies for Future Research2015
Stephanie Harrison
Dr Chris Smart
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Mario Siervo
Professor Bloss Stephan
et al.
Dietary interventions for maintaining cognitive function in cognitively healthy people in mid life2015
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Katie Brittain
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke (ICONS): an evidence synthesis, case study and exploratory cluster randomised controlled trial of the introduction of a systematic voiding programme for patients with urinary incontinence after stroke in secondary care2015
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Katie Brittain
Technology and trust: older people's perspectives of a home monitoring system2015
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
The everyday use of assistive technology by people with dementia and their family carers: a qualitative study2015
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
When does walking become wandering - Representing the fear of the fourth age?2015
Dr Jo Jefferis
Michael Clarke
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Katie Brittain
Challenges for the cataract surgeon treating people with dementia: a qualitative study exploring anesthetic choices2014
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Professor Katie Brittain
Evaluating a systematic voiding programme for patients with urinary incontinence after stroke in secondary care using soft systems analysis and Normalisation Process Theory: Findings from the ICONS case study phase2014
Dr Lois Thomas
Joanna Booth
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Identifying continence options after stroke (ICONS): A cluster randomised controlled feasibility trial2014
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Claire Bamford
Professor Katie Brittain
Introducing case management for people with dementia in primary care: a mixed-methods study2014
Dr Marie Poole
Claire Bamford
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
The effectiveness of collaborative care for people with memory problems in primary care: results of the CAREDEM case management modelling and feasibility study2014
Claire Bamford
Dr Marie Poole
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Understanding the challenges to implementing case management for people with dementia in primary care in England: a qualitative study using Normalization Process Theory2014
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Gary Pritchard
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Assistive technologies in caring for the oldest old2013
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Gary Pritchard
et al.
Assistive technologies in caring for the oldest old: a review of current practice and future directions2013
Dr Lois Thomas
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Katie Brittain
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
ICONS: Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke: Findings From a Randomised Trial2013
Dr Lois Thomas
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Katie Brittain
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
ICONS: Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke: Findings From a Randomised Trial2013
Dr Cassim Ladha
Dr Karim Ladha
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Patrick Olivier
Empathy, Participatory Design and People with Dementia2012
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
ICONS: Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke: findings from the case study phase2012
Professor Katie Brittain
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
karen Davies
et al.
Loneliness in the very old: Patterns over time2012
Dr Rashmi Bhardwaj-Gosling
Rob Pickard
Dr Debbie Carrick-Sen
Professor Katie Brittain
Patients’ perspectives on timing of urinary catheter removal after surgery2012
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Patrick Olivier
Remote monitoring within the homes of older people, can this be conceptualised as an extension of bodywork?2012
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Katie Brittain
"I've just taken you to see the man with the CD on his head": the experience and management of recurrent sore throat in children2010
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor John Bond
Ageing in place and technologies of place: The lived experience of people with dementia in changing social, physical and technological environments2010
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor John Bond
Ageing in place and technologies of place: the lived experience of people with dementia in changing social, physical and technological environments2010
Dr Katie Haighton
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Martin Eccles
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Childhood tonsillectomy: who is referred and what treatment choices are made? Baseline findings from the North of England and Scotland Study of Tonsillectomy and Adenotonsillectomy in Children (NESSTAC)2010
Dr Lois Thomas
Joanna Booth
Professor Katie Brittain
Combined conservative interventions for urge, stress or mixed incontinence in adults2010
Stephen Lindsay
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Patrick Olivier
Design with Older Users and People With Dementia – Methodologies, Practical Lessons and Challenges2010
Valerie Egdell
Professor John Bond
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Helen Jarvis
Disparate routes through support: negotiating the sites, stages and support of informal dementia care2010
Dr Katie Haighton
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Helen Mason
et al.
North of England and Scotland Study of Tonsillectomy and Adeno-tonsillectomy in Children (NESSTAC): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial with a parallel non-randomised preference study2010
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor Katie Brittain
Stephen Lindsay
Dan Jackson
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Keeping In Touch Everyday (KITE) project: developing assistive technologies with people with dementia and their carers to promote independence2009
Claire Bamford
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Professor Martin Eccles
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
Unmentioned and unmentionable: how families make sense of a diagnosis of dementia2009
Professor Katie Brittain
How people decide to seek health care: A qualitative study2008
Professor Katie Brittain
A qualitative study of the assessment and treatment of incontinence in primary care2007
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Lynne Corner
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Julian Hughes
et al.
Balancing rights and risks: Conflicting perspectives in the management of wandering in dementia2007
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Social aspects of ageing2007
Professor Katie Brittain
The social consequences of living with and dealing with incontinence-A carers perspective2007
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Jill Francis
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Who cares? - Caring for the carers of stroke patients2007
Professor Katie Brittain
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
Isolated urinary, fecal, and double incontinence: Prevalence and degree of soiling in stroke survivors2006
Professor John Bond
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Martin Eccles
Alessandra Vanoli
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
Protocol for north of England and Scotland study of tonsillectomy and adeno-tonsillectomy in children (NESSTAC). A pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing surgical intervention with conventional medical treatment in children with recurrent sore throats2006
Professor Katie Brittain
Review of: Psychology and sociology applied to medicine2006
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Social aspects of ageing2006
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Social aspects of ageing2004
Professor John Bond
Professor Katie Brittain
Tonsillectomy and Adeno-tonsillectomy in children with recurrent sore throat: evidence based or professional habit?2004
Professor Katie Brittain
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
Prevalence of faecal incontinence in adults aged 40 years or more living in the community2002
Katherine Williams
Professor Katie Brittain
Patient goal setting in continence care: a useful assessment tool?2001
Professor Katie Brittain
Triggers that prompt people with urinary symptoms to seek help2001
Katherine Williams
Professor Katie Brittain
An epidemiological study to establish the prevalence of urinary symptoms and felt need in the community2000
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
Professor Katie Brittain
Development, implementation and evaluation of a new nurse-led continence service: a pilot study2000
Professor Katie Brittain
Katherine Williams
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
Prevalence and impact of urinary symptoms among community-dwelling stroke survivors2000
Professor Katie Brittain
Prevalence and management of urinary incontinence in stroke survivors1999
Professor Katie Brittain
Stroke and incontinence1998