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Dr Calum Hamilton
Dr James Frith
Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Rory Durcan
Dr Sarah Lawley
et al.
Assessment of autonomic symptoms may assist with early identification of mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies2022
Dr Calum Hamilton
Dr James Frith
Dr Paul Donaghy
Sally Barker
Dr Rory Durcan
et al.
Blood pressure and heart rate responses to orthostatic challenge and Valsalva manoeuvre in mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies2022
Dr Jake Gibbon
Dr Steve Parry
Professor Miles Witham
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr James Frith
et al.
Feasibility, reliability and safety of self-assessed orthostatic blood pressure at home2022
Claire Owen
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Personalised physiological medicine: Orthostatic hypotension2022
Dr Lisa Robinson
Ruth Pearce
Dr James Frith
Strategies to improve uptake and adherence of non-pharmacologic interventions for orthostatic hypotension in older people: a qualitative study2022
Dr Jake Gibbon
Dr James Frith
The effects of caffeine in adults with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension: a systematic review2021
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Combination non-pharmacologic intervention for orthostatic hypotension in older people: a phase 2 study2020
Dr James Frith
Orthostatic blood pressure changes and physical, functional and cognitive performance: the MELoR study2020
Dr John Gibbins
Dr James Frith
Orthostatic hypotension: A pragmatic guide to diagnosis and treatment2020
Dr Maw Tan
Dr James Frith
The prevalence of orthostatic hypotension: a systematic review and meta-analysis2020
Eleanor Mitchell
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Fatigue and cognitive impairment in immune thrombocytopenic purpura remain stable over time: short report from a longitudinal study2019
Emeritus Professor Stuart Parker
Dr Kirsty Laing
Dr Gary Nestor
Professor Dawn Craig
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Priorities for research in multiple conditions in later life (multi-morbidity): findings from a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership2019
Dr Lisa Robinson
Ruth Pearce
Dr James Frith
Acceptability of non-drug therapies in older people with orthostatic hypotension: a qualitative study2018
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Dr James Frith
Dr Laura Maclachlan
Professor Andrew Blamire
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Liver volume is lower and associates with resting and dynamic blood pressure variability in chronic fatigue syndrome2018
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
The efficacy of non-pharmacologic intervention for orthostatic hypotension associated with aging2018
Dr James Frith
Fall prevention: Empowering people through online education2017
Dr James Frith
Dr Steve Parry
New Horizons in orthostatic hypotension2017
Dr James Frith
The association of orthostatic hypotension with falls-an end to the debate?2017
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Understanding severely affected chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS): the gravity of the situation2017
Vicki Strassheim
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Maw Tan
Dr James Frith
Droxidopa for orthostatic hypotension: a systematic review and meta-analysis2016
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Dr George Petrides
Dr James Frith
Tim Hodgson
et al.
Reduced cardiac volumes in chronic fatigue syndrome associate with plasma volume but not length of disease: a cohort study2016
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
The duration of orthostatic blood pressure drop is predictive of death2016
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Validation of a questionnaire for orthostatic hypotension for routine clinical use2016
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Dr James Frith
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
et al.
Cognitive Impairment in Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Dr James Frith
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
et al.
Cognitive Symptoms are Common in Primary Sjogren's Syndrome and are Associated with Anxiety2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Dr James Frith
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
et al.
Cognitive symptoms are common in primary Sjögren's syndrome and are associated with anxiety2015
Dr James Frith
Diagnosing Orthostatic Hypotension: A narrative review of the evidence2015
Dr James Frith
Falls and older people - where, when and why?2015
Dr James Frith
Falls and older people: aftercare and prevention2015
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Lower Limb and Abdominal Compression in the Management of Orthostatic Hypotension-Not Supported by the Evidence2014
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Lower Limb and Abdominal Compression in the Management of Orthostatic Hypotension—Not Supported by the Evidence2014
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Steve Parry
Measuring and defining orthostatic hypotension in the older person2014
Dr James Frith
Professor Fai Ng
Professor Chris Day
Dr Brendan Payne
Professor Neil Sheerin
et al.
Orthostatic intolerance is common in chronic disease - A clinical cohort study2014
Dr James Frith
Chris Elliott
Professor Julia Newton
Public and patient research priorities for orthostatic hypotension2014
Dr James Frith
Dr Steve Parry
Tilt-table testing: down but not out2014
Dr James Frith
Jill Davison
Falls2013
Chris Elliott
Dr James Frith
Professor Chris Day
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Functional Impairment in Alcoholic Liver Disease and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Is Significant and Persists over 3 Years of Follow-Up2013
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Length of Time Required to Achieve a Stable Baseline Blood Pressure in the Diagnosis of Orthostatic Hypotension2013
Professor David Jones
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Reduced thoracic fluid content in early-stage primary biliary cirrhosis that associates with impraired cardiac inotropy2013
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Danielle Powell
Dr Katie Hackett
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Autonomic symptoms are common and are associated with overall symptom burden and disease activity in primary Sjögren's syndrome2012
Dr James Frith
Professor David Jones
Professor Chris Day
Professor Julia Newton
Cognitive impairment in non-cirrhotic chronic liver disease is unrelated to liver disease severity but associated with ineffective baroreflex function2012
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Cognitive symptoms are common in immune thrombocytopenia and associate with autonomic symptom burden2012
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Establishing baseline systolic blood pressure when diagnosing orthostatic hypotension2012
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Falls and Fall-Related Injury Are Common in Older People with Chronic Liver Disease2012
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor Julia Newton
Impaired blood pressure variability in chronic fatigue syndrome- a potential biomarker2012
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor Julia Newton
Impaired blood pressure variability in chronic fatigue syndrome-a potential biomarker2012
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Chris Elliott
Dr Dennis Lendrem
et al.
Impaired functional status in primary Sjogren's syndrome2012
Professor David Jones
Jo Gray
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Fatigue severity remains stable over time and independently associated with orthostatic symptoms in chronic fatigue syndrome: a longitudinal study2011
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor David Jones
Functional capacity is significantly impaired in primary biliary cirrhosis and is related to orthostatic symptoms2011
Chris Elliott
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Reduction in functional ability is significant postliver transplantation compared with matched liver disease and community dwelling controls2011
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Single centre experience of ivabradine in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome2011
Professor David Jones
Dr Ahmad Al-Rifai
Dr James Frith
Dr Imran Patanwala
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
The independent effects of fatigue and UDCA therapy on mortality in primary biliary cirrhosis: Results of a 9 year cohort follow-up (vol 53, pg 911, 2010) [Corrigendum]2011
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Dr Sally Parry
Experience of a rapid access blackout service for older people2010
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Fatigue impact scale2010
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Professor David Jones
Professor Roy Taylor
Dr James Frith
Professor Andrew Blamire
et al.
Impaired cerebral autoregulation in primary biliary cirrhosis: implications for the pathogenesis of cognitive decline2010
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Liver disease in older women2010
Dr James Frith
Chris Elliott
Jessie Pairman
Dr Imran Patanwala
Professor David Jones
et al.
Liver transplantation is not associated with significant improvement in functional ability or symptoms2010
Chris Elliott
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Occupational therapy in chronic liver disease: a preliminary study to explore the views of occupational therapists and physicians working in the acute medical setting2010
Dr James Frith
Professor Chris Day
Chris Elliott
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Potential strategies to improve uptake of exercise interventions in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2010
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Dr James Frith
Dr Simon Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Katharine Wilton
Jessie Pairman
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Response: Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Response: Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Professor David Jones
Dr Ahmad Al-Rifai
Dr James Frith
Dr Imran Patanwala
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
The independent effects of fatigue and UDCA therapy on mortality in primary biliary cirrhosis: Results of a 9 year follow-up2010
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Autonomic dysfunction in chronic liver disease2009
Dr James Frith
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
Chronic liver disease in an ageing population2009
Dr Gulnar Fattakhova
Dr David Jones
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Cognitive Symptoms and Prevalent in Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Unrelated to the Severity of Liver Disease2009
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Liver disease in older people2009
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Liver transplantation in more elderly age2009
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Liver transplantation in more elderly age: Invited Commentary on Schmitt et al2009
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Managing abnormal liver blood tests in older people2009
Dr James Frith
Katharine Wilton
Professor Julia Newton
Non-Alcohlic Fatty Liver Disease is Associated with Recurrent Falls and Significant Injury2009
Dr James Frith
Professor Chris Day
Elsbeth Henderson
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Older People2009
Dr James Frith
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow is Significantly Impaired in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis2009
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor David Jones
Appreciation of the benefits of exercise programmes in non-alcoholic liver disease: implications of fatigue and impact upon activities of daily living2008
Dr James Frith
Dr Lisa Robinson
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
et al.
Falls are common in primary biliary cirrhosis and associate with dysautonomia and distal lower limb weakness2008
Dr James Frith
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
et al.
Orthostatic grading scale is better than timed up and go at identifying fallers with primary biliary cirrhosis2008