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Dr Hassan Al-Sultani
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr James Field
Professor Paula Moynihan
Development of patient-centric eating advice for complete denture wearers2022
Grace Lewis
Dr Matthew Breckons
A cross-cultural investigation of the conceptualisation of frailty in northern Tanzania2021
Dr George Porter
Dr Stephen Owens
Dr Matthew Breckons
A systematic review of qualitative literature on antimicrobial stewardship in Sub-Saharan Africa2021
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Richard Walker
Liam Horgan
Day case laparoscopic cholecystectomy at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, Tanzania2021
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Luke Vale
Dr Jing Shen
DEEP Study: Modeling Outcomes and Costs of Persistent Orofacial Pain.2021
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Luke Vale
Dr Jing Shen
DEEP Study: Modelling outcomes and costs of persistent orofacial pain2021
Dr Jing Shen
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Philip Preshaw
Dr Nawaraj Bhattarai
Dental therapists compared with general dental practitioners for undertaking check-ups in low-risk patients: pilot RCT with realist evaluation2021
Grace Lewis
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Richard Lee
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Professor Richard Walker
et al.
Rationing care by frailty during the COVID-19 pandemic2021
Dr Matthew Breckons
Challenges in the Clinical Implementation of a Biopsychosocial Model for Assessment and Management of Orofacial Pain2020
Dr Darren Flynn
Eoin Moloney
Dr Nawaraj Bhattarai
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Leah Avery
et al.
COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom2020
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Professor Luke Vale
Dr Laura Ternent
Professor Arun Sanyal
et al.
Evaluating the patient-perceived impact of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis with compensated cirrhosis2020
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Gulnar Fattakhova
Professor Luke Vale
Dr Laura Ternent
et al.
Health-Related Quality of Life and Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in NASH-related Cirrhosis2020
Rob Pickard
Dr Sonya Carnell
Dr Jing Shen
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
Open urethroplasty versus endoscopic urethrotomy for recurrent urethral stricture in men: The open rct2020
Dr Sonya Carnell
Dr Jing Shen
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
Surgical Treatment for Recurrent Bulbar Urethral Stricture: A Randomised Open-label Superiority Trial of Open Urethroplasty Versus Endoscopic Urethrotomy (the OPEN Trial)2020
Dr Ellen Lynch
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Eileen Kaner
Adolescent perspectives about their participation in alcohol intervention research in emergency care: A qualitative exploration using ethical principles as an analytical framework2019
Dr Jing Shen
Sarah Hill
David Mott
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
Conducting a Time Trade-Off Study Alongside a Clinical Trial: A Case Study and Recommendations2019
Dr Sebastian Potthoff
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Leah Avery
et al.
Exploring the role of competing demands and routines during the implementation of a self-management tool for type 2 diabetes: a theory-based qualitative interview study2019
Dr Jing Shen
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Luke Vale
Rob Pickard
Using Time Trade-Off Methods to Elicit Short-Term Utilities Associated with Treatments for Bulbar Urethral Stricture2019
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Jing Shen
Professor Luke Vale
Professor Justin Durham
DEEP Study: Indirect and out-of-pocket costs of Persistent Orofacial Pain2018
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Catherine Exley
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Matthew Breckons
Vincent Deary
et al.
Feasibility and acceptability of combining cognitive behavioural therapy techniques with swallowing therapy in head and neck cancer dysphagia2018
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Susan Bissett
Professor Catherine Exley
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Justin Durham
et al.
Care Pathways in Persistent Orofacial Pain: Qualitative Evidence from the DEEP Study2017
Christine May
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Carl May
A web-based intervention (RESTORE) to support self-management of cancer-related fatigue following primary cancer treatment: a multi-centre proof of concept randomised controlled trial2016
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Jing Shen
Dr Matthew Breckons
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
et al.
Healthcare Cost and Impact of Persistent Orofacial Pain: The DEEP Study Cohort2016
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Mohammed Al-Baghdadi
Dr Matthew Breckons
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
Dr William Story
et al.
Self-management programmes in TMD: results from an international Delphi process2016
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr Leah Avery
The impact of dual processes and competing goals on health professionals' uptake of a new information prescription for diabetes2016
Dr Matthew Breckons
Cancer survivors' self-efficacy to self-manage in the year following primary treatment2015
Professor Peter Heasman
Dr Matthew Breckons
Clinical research in primary dental care2015
Professor Justin Durham
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
Dr Matthew Breckons
Dr William Story
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
DEEP Study: does EQ-5D-5L measure the impacts of persistent oro-facial pain?2015
Dr Matthew Breckons
Managing fatigue after cancer treatment: development of RESTORE, a web-based resource to support self-management2015
Charlotte Bowes
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Justin Durham
Twitter: a viable medium for daily pain diaries in chronic orofacial pain?2015
Dr Matthew Breckons
"I assumed that one was a placebo": Exploring the consent process in a sham controlled acupressure trial2014
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Catherine Exley
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
et al.
Developing Effective and Efficient care pathways in chronic Pain: DEEP study protocol2014
Christine May
Dr Matthew Breckons
RESTORE: Testing Feasibility and Acceptability of an Online Intervention to Support Self-management of Cancer-related Fatigue in a Multi-centre Proof of Concept Randomised Controlled Trial2014
Dr Matthew Breckons
The Effectiveness of Acupressure for the Control and Management of Chemotherapy-Related Acute and Delayed Nausea: A Randomized Controlled Trial2014
Dr Matthew Breckons
"Until the trial is complete you can't really say whether it helped you or not, can you?": exploring cancer patients' perceptions of taking part in a trial of acupressure wristbands2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
Developing a scale to measure self-efficacy to SELF-manage problems following cancer treatment2013
Christine May
Dr Matthew Breckons
Lessons learnt recruiting to a multi-site UK cohort study to explore recovery of health and well-being after colorectal cancer (CREW study)2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
RESTORE: A web-based intervention to supportself-management of cancer related fatigue followingprimary cancer treatment2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
RESTORE: an exploratory trial of an online intervention to enhance self-efficacy to manage problems associated with cancer-related fatigue following primary cancer treatment: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
RESTORE: An Online Intervention to Enhance Self-Efficacy to Self Manage Cancer RelatedFatigue Following Treatment2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
The Brief COPE in cancer research2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of acupressure for the control and management of chemotherapy-related acute and delayed nausea: assessment of Nausea in Chemotherapy Research (ANCHoR), a randomised controlled trial2013
Dr Matthew Breckons
Cancer Survivors' Self-Efficacy to Self-Manage Problems Arising from Primary Cancer and its Treatment: Results of an Online Survey2012
Dr Matthew Breckons
The effectiveness and cost effectivenessof acupressure for chemotherapy-related nausea2012
Dr Matthew Breckons
Using an Online Survey to Examine Cancer Survivors' Confidence to Self-Manage Problems Arising from Primary Cancer and Its Treatment2012