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Hannah Lumley
Dr Darren Flynn
Dr Lisa Shaw
Graham McClelland
Professor Gary Ford
et al.
A Scoping Review of Pre-hospital Technology to Assist Ambulance Personnel with Patient Diagnosis or Stratification during the Emergency Assessment of Suspected Stroke2020
Dr Joanne Lally
Dr Anu Vaittinen
Graham McClelland
Professor Christopher Price
Dr Lisa Shaw
et al.
Paramedic experiences of using an enhanced stroke assessment during cluster randomised controlled trial; a qualitatve thematic analysis2020
Graham McClelland
Professor Helen Rodgers
Professor Christopher Price
Positive predictive value of stroke identification by ambulance clinicians in North East England: a service evaluation2020
Graham McClelland
Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Christopher Price
The frequency, characteristics and aetiology of stroke mimic presentations: a narrative review2019
Hannah Lumley
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Gary Ford
Alex Inskip
Graham McClelland
et al.
A Review of Technology to Assist with Patient Stratification during the Emergency Assessment of Suspected Stroke2018
Dr Darren Flynn
Dr Richard Francis
Shannon Robalino
Dr Joanne Lally
Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
A review of enhanced paramedic roles during and after hospital handover of stroke, myocardial infarction and trauma patients2017
Graham McClelland
Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Christopher Price
A survey of UK paramedics’ views about their stroke training, current practice and the identification of stroke mimics2017
Graham McClelland
A qualitative investigation into paramedics' thoughts about the introduction of the National Early Warning Score2016
Graham McClelland
Dr Kyee Han
The head injury transportation straight to neurosurgery (HITS-NS) randomised trial: A feasibility study2016
Dr Matt Rudd
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Darren Flynn
Graham McClelland
Dr Christopher Price
et al.
Paramedic training by online video increases the availability of information for hyperacute stroke treatment decisions2015