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Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Deborah Stocken
Gillian Watson
Tony Fouweather
Professor Paul Carding
et al.
A randomised, placebo controlled trial of extra-oesophageal reflux treatment in the management of upper respiratory symptoms.[TOPPITS:Trial of Proton Pump Inhibitors in Throat Symptoms]2021
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Deborah Stocken
Gillian Watson
Tony Fouweather
Professor Paul Carding
et al.
Lansoprazole for persistent throat symptoms in secondary care: the TOPPITS RCT2021
James O'Hara
Dr Deborah Stocken
Gillian Watson
Tony Fouweather
Professor Paul Carding
et al.
Use of proton pump inhibitors to treat persistent throat symptoms: multicentre, double blind, randomised, placebo controlled trial2021
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Paul Carding
COVID-19 and ENT SLT services, workforce and research in the UK: A discussion paper2020
Anne Hurren
Emeritus Professor Nick Miller
Professor Paul Carding
Perceptual Assessment of Tracheoesophageal Voice Quality With the SToPS: The Development of a Reliable and Valid Tool2019
Patricia Gillivan-Murphy
Emeritus Professor Nick Miller
Professor Paul Carding
Voice treatment in Parkinson's disease: patient perspectives2019
Patricia Gillivan-Murphy
Emeritus Professor Nick Miller
Professor Paul Carding
Voice Tremor in Parkinson's Disease: An Acoustic Study2019
Vincent Deary
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
A psychosocial intervention for the management of functional dysphonia: complex intervention development and pilot randomised trial.2018
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Swallowing beyond six years post (chemo)radiotherapy for head and neck cancer; a cohort study2018
Ami Pedersen
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Joanne Patterson
et al.
Swallowing outcome measures in head and neck cancer – how do they compare?2016
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
Swallowing performance and tube feeding status in patients treated with parotid-sparing intensity-modulated radiotherapy for head and neck cancer2016
Gillian Watson
James O'Hara
Professor Paul Carding
Jan Lecouturier
Dr Deborah Stocken
et al.
TOPPITS: Trial Of Proton Pump Inhibitors in Throat Symptoms. Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2016
Patricia Gillivan-Murphy
Professor Paul Carding
Emeritus Professor Nick Miller
Vocal tract characteristics in Parkinson's disease2016
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
Head and neck cancer patients' perceptions of swallowing following chemoradiotherapy2015
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
Patient-reported outcomes following parotid-sparing intensity-modulated radiotherapy for head and neck cancer. How important is dysphagia?2014
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Anthony Hildreth
Dr Charles Kelly
et al.
Swallowing in the first year after chemoradiotherapy for head and neck cancer: Clinician- and patient-reported outcomes2014
Dr Joanne Patterson
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
Head and neck cancer and dysphagia; caring for carers2013
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
A New Voice Rating Tool for Clinical Practice2012
Professor Paul Carding
Assessment and management of dysphagia in patients with head and neck cancer who receive radiotherapy in the United Kingdom - A web-based survey2012
Vincent Deary
Professor Paul Carding
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Functional Dysphonia: Development of a Complex Intervention2012
Professor Vinidh Paleri
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Sanjoy Chatterjee
Dr Charles Kelly
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
et al.
Voice outcomes after concurrent chemoradiotherapy for advanced nonlaryngeal head and neck cancer: A prospective study2012
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Joanne Patterson
Dysphagia after nonsurgical head and neck cancer treatment2011
Professor Paul Carding
Effectiveness of voice therapy in functional dysphonia: where are we now?2011
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Vincent Deary
Relationship between fatigue, perfectionism, and functional dysphonia2011
Meike Brockmann-Bauser
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
Reliable jitter and shimmer measurements in voice clinics: the relevance of vowel, gender, vocal intensity and fundamental frequency effects in a typical clinical task2011
Meike Brockmann-Bauser
Professor Paul Carding
Reliable Jitter and Shimmer Measurements in Voice Clinics: The Relevance of Vowel, Gender, Vocal Intensity, and Fundamental Frequency Effects in a Typical Clinical Task2011
Dr Joanne Patterson
Anthony Hildreth
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
David Hamilton
et al.
The clinical application of the 100 mL water swallow test in head and neck cancer2011
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Paul Carding
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dysaphagia after nonsurgical head and neck cancer treatment2010
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Joanne Patterson
Dysphagia after nonsurgical head and neck cancer treatment2010
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Vincent Deary
Fatigue and hoarseness: a new link2010
Professor Paul Carding
Swallowing outcomes following Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) for head & neck cancer - A systematic review2010
Anne Hurren
Anthony Hildreth
Professor Paul Carding
Can we perceptually rate alaryngeal voice? Developing the Sunderland Tracheoesophageal Voice Perceptual Scale2009
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
Comparing Health Locus of Control in Patients with Spasmodic Dysphonia, Functional Dysphonia and Nonlaryngeal Dystonia2009
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
From Dysphonia to dysphoria: Mokken scaling shows a strong, reliable hierachy of voice symptoms in the Voice Symptom Scale questionnaire2009
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Measuring voice outcomes: state of the science review2009
Professor Paul Carding
Speech and voice outcomes in oropharyngeal cancer and evaluation of the University of Washington Quality of Life speech domain2009
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Swallowing performance in patients with head and neck cancer: a simple clinical test2009
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
The Vocal Handicap Index with post-laryngectomy voices2009
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Paul Carding
Alison Webb
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Optimising outcome assessment of voice interventions, II: Sensitivity to change of self-reported and observer-rated measures2008
Professor Paul Carding
Physiology of the Larynx2008
Anne Hurren
Professor Paul Carding
Short-term voice quality results following percutaneous medialisation of the paralysed vocal cord under local anaesthesia using calcium hydroxyapatite gel: How we do it2008
Professor Paul Carding
The nature and severity of voice disorders in lung cancer patients2008
Emeritus Professor Mike Sir Michael Rawlins
Professor Paul Carding
Professor David Howard
Professor Thomas Lennard
Voice change following thyroid and parathyroid surgery2008
Meike Brockmann-Bauser
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
Voice Loudness and Gender Effects on Jitter and Shimmer in Healthy Adults2008
David Hamilton
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Bioplastique(TM) injection laryngoplasty: voice performance outcome2007
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Michael Drinnan
Vincent Deary
Cognitive behavioral therapy for functional dysphonia: A pilot study2007
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
Comparing two models of voice care delivery2007
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
Comparing two models of voice care delivery2007
Emeritus Professor Nick Miller
Professor Paul Carding
Dysphagia: Implications for older people2007
Philip Yates
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Is laryngopharyngeal reflux related to functional dysphonia?2007
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
Nonpharmacologic effects of botulinum toxin on the life quality of patients with spasmodic dysphonia2007
Professor Paul Carding
Occupational voice disorders: Is there a firm case for industrial injuries disablement benefit?2007
Alison Webb
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Optimising outcome assessment of voice interventions, I: Reliability and validity of three self-reported scales2007
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
Voice care knowledge among clinicians and people with healthy voices or dysphonia2007
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
Voice care knowledge of clinicians, dysphonics and healthy voices2007
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Michael Drinnan
Exploring the relationship between severity of dysphonia and voice-related quality of life2006
Patricia Gillivan-Murphy
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
The Effectiveness of a Voice Treatment Approach for Teachers With Self-Reported Voice Problems2006
Professor Paul Carding
The Prevalence of Childhood Dysphonia: A Cross-Sectional Study2006
Professor Paul Carding
Voice research and treatment: A UK perspective2006
Professor Paul Carding
Occupational Voice Loss2005
Professor Paul Carding
Quality of life and voice following endoscopic resection or radiotherapy for early glottic cancer2005
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
The reliability and validity of patient self-rating of their own voice quality2005
Anne Hurren
Professor Paul Carding
Voice outcomes following percutaneous injection in patients with vocal fold paralysis2005
Jennifer Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
Comparing the VoiSS symptom scale (VoiSS) and the Voice Handicap Index: structure and content2004
Helen Ingham
Professor Paul Carding
Evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of voice therapy using transnasal flexible laryngoscopy: A randomized controlled trial2004
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Paul Carding
Laryngeal function therapy for patients with a unilateral vocal fold paralysis2004
Professor Paul Carding
Jennifer Wilson
Short, self-report voice symptom scales: Psychometric characteristics of the VHI and VPQ2004
Dr Alison Webb
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Short, self-report voice symptom scales: Psychometric characteristics of the voice handicap index-10 and the vocal performance questionnaire2004
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The reliability and sensitivity to change of acoustic measures of voice quality2004
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
Alison Webb
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The reliability and sensitivity to change of acoustic measures of voice quality2004
Alison Webb
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The reliability of three auditory perceptual scales for dysphonia2004
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The reliability of three perceptual evaluation scales for dysphonia2004
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Nick Steen
The Voice Symptom Scale (VoiSS) and the Vocal Handicap Index (VHI): A comparison of structure and content2004
Professor Paul Carding
Evaluating UK research in speech and language therapy2003
Dr Paula Leslie
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Investigation and management of chronic dysphagia2003
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
The dysphonic voice heard by me, you and it: Differential associations with personality and psychological distress2003
Professor Paul Carding
Voice pathology clinics in the UK2003
Professor Paul Carding
Voice pathology in the United Kingdom2003
Professor Paul Carding
Voice pathology in the United Kingdom - Technological advances set the stage for more research to compliment clinical services2003
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Paul Carding
VoiSS: A patient-derived Voice Symptom Scale2003
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Characterization of effective primary voice therapy for dysphonia2002
Dr Joanne Patterson
Anne Hurren
Professor Paul Carding
Rehabilitation in Head and Neck Cancer2002
Professor Paul Carding
More randomised controlled studies in speech and language therapy2001
Professor Paul Carding
More randomised controlled studies in speech and language therapy - Complex behavioural interventions can be evaluated2001
Professor Paul Carding
Re: Evaluation of voice quality [1]2001
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The clinical features of functional dysphonia2001
Professor Paul Carding
Evaluating Voice Therapy: Measuring the Effectiveness of Voice Therapy2000
Professor Paul Carding
Formal perceptual evaluation of voice quality in the United Kingdom2000
Professor Paul Carding
Managing dysphonia caused by misuse and overuse2000
Professor Paul Carding
Managing dysphonia caused by misuse and overuse - Accurate diagnosis and treatment is essential when the working voice stops working2000
Professor Paul Carding
Paradoxical vocal cord movement: A rare condition that is likely to be misdiagnosed and mistreated2000
Helen Ingham
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The effect of Isshiki type 1 thyroplasty on quality of life and vocal performance2000
Professor Paul Carding
The Speech and Language Therapist's Assessment of the Dysphonic Patient2000
Professor Paul Carding
Irmgarde Horsley
Professor Gerry Docherty
A study of the effectiveness of voice therapy in the treatment of 45 patients with nonorganic dysphonia1999
Professor Paul Carding
Tracheo-oesophageal puncture by retrograde passage of a gastroscope via mini-laparotomy and gastrotomy1999
Professor Paul Carding
Vocal pathologies: Diagnosis, treatment and case studies1999
Professor Paul Carding
Irmgarde Horsley
Professor Gerry Docherty
The effectiveness of voice therapy for patients with non-organic dysphonia1998
Professor Paul Carding
Thyroplasty for functional rehabilitation of the incompetent larynx1998
Professor Paul Carding
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Vocim analysis of laryngeal images: Is breathiness related to the glottic area?1998
Sean Carrie
Professor Paul Carding
Andrew Welch
A comparison of combined glottography in men and women1993
Professor Paul Carding
Sean Carrie
Andrew Welch
An assessment of the reproducibility of combined glottography in a clinical setting1993
Professor Paul Carding

The effect of intensity on combined glottography

1991