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Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Simon Woods
Art, Authenticity and Citizenship for People Living with Dementia in a Care Home 2021
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Steve Robson
Implementation of a fetal ultrasound telemedicine service: women’s views and family costs2021
Professor Steve Robson
Dr Catherine McParlin
Helen Mossop
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Cristina Fernandez-Garcia
et al.
Ondansetron and metoclopramide as second-line antiemetics in women with nausea and vomiting in pregnancy: The empower pilot FACTORIAL RCT2021
Dr Mabel Lie
Improving migrant health in Newcastle upon Tyne (1997-2017): a grey literature review of third sector involvement2020
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Steve Robson
Service user and staff acceptance of fetal ultrasound telemedicine2020
Dr Thomas Foley
Dr Mabel Lie
Clinical Review: The impact of data released through the Data Access Request Service2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Steve Robson
MRI in the diagnosis of fetal developmental brain abnormalities: the MERIDIAN diagnostic accuracy study2019
Dr Mabel Lie
Jan Lecouturier
Christopher Harding
Should I stay or should I go? A qualitative study exploring participation in a urology clinical trial​2019
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Steve Robson
Dr Paul Griffiths
"He looks gorgeous" – iuMR images and the transforming of fetal and parental identities2018
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Steve Robson
MRI for Fetal Developmental Brain Abnormalities: Perspectives From the Pregnant Patient2018
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Dr Neil Jenkings
Joan Mackintosh
et al.
Risk communication in the hyperacute setting of stroke thrombolysis: an interview study of clinicians2015
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Katie Brittain
Technology and trust: older people's perspectives of a home monitoring system2015
Jo Gray
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Peter McMeekin
et al.
Health state descriptions to elicit stroke values: do they reflect patient experience of stroke?2014
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing Type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: women's experiences and implications for diabetes prevention interventions.2013
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Carl May
Teresa Kelly
Professor Steve Robson
Let the computer choose? - the experience of participants in a randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy2012
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
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Mabel Lie
Joan Mackintosh
Professor Gary Ford
et al.
Situationally-Sensitive Knowledge Translation and Relational Decision Making in Hyperacute Stroke: A Qualitative Study2012
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Carl May
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development2011
Dr Mabel Lie
Across the oceans: Childcare and grandparenting in UK Chinese and Bangladeshi households2010
Dr Mabel Lie
Older Volunteers: Capacities and Constraints2010
Dr Mabel Lie
Towards Equal Voices: Childcare and Children in Chinese and Bangladeshi Households in Newcastle upon Tyne2010
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Susan Baines
Citizenship, volunteering and active ageing2009
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Susan Baines
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Citizenship, volunteering and active ageing2009
Professor Steve Robson
Teresa Kelly
Denise Howel
Dr Mark Deverill
Dr Mabel Lie
et al.
Randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy less than 14 weeks' gestation (TOPS)2009
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Steve Robson
Professor Carl May
Experiences of abortion: A narrative review of qualitative studies2008
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Susan Baines
Making sense of organisational change – voices of older volunteers2007
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Susan Baines
Citizenship, volunteering and active ageing2006
Dr Mabel Lie
Methodological issues in qualitative research with Minority Ethnic research participants2006
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Susan Baines
Older Volunteers: Capacities and Constraints2006
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Susan Baines
Older volunteers: capacities and constraints2006
Dr Mabel Lie
Towards Equal Voices: Childcare Policy and Children in the Chinese and Bangladeshi communities in an English regional capital2006
Dr Susan Baines
Dr Mabel Lie
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Volunteering, self-help and citizenship in later life: A collaborative research project by Age Concern Newcastle and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne2006
Dr Mabel Lie
Towards Equal Voices: Childcare and children in the Chinese and Bangladeshi communities in Newcastle upon Tyne.2004
Dr Susan Baines
Dr Mabel Lie
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Volunteering, self-help and citizenship in later life2004
Dr Mabel Lie
Minority Ethnic Childcare Needs – Comparing the Chinese and Bangladeshi communities in Newcastle upon Tyne2003
Dr Mabel Lie
'Accounting for the Unmet Childcare Needs of Socially Excluded Groups: The Chinese Community in Newcastle upon Tyne'.2002
Dr Mabel Lie
Chinese Childhoods in Newcastle upon Tyne2002
Dr Mabel Lie
Shy but not Silent: A Socially Sensitive Study of the Speaking Abilities of Ten Sylheti Women2002