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Dr Katie Hackett
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
“It isn’t pain pure and simple”: Experiences of pain and discomfort in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: A qualitative focus group study2017
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Katie Hackett
A scoping exercise to gauge the incidence of early post-stroke fatigue for patients at Newcastle community stroke services2017
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Zoe Gotts
Dr John Ellis
Vincent Deary
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
An investigation into the prevalence of sleep disturbances in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: a systematic review of the literature2017
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Francesca Barone
Professor Fai Ng
The British Society for Rheumatology guideline for the management of adults with primary Sjögren's Syndrome2017
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Understanding severely affected chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS): the gravity of the situation2017
Ruth Hart
Professor Fai Ng
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Richard Lee
et al.
What impact does written information about fatigue have on patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases? Findings from a qualitative study2017
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
What is known about severe and very severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? A scoping review2017
Dr Katie Hackett
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Zoe Gotts
Vincent Deary
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
A concept mapping study evaluating the UK's first NHS generic fatigue clinic2016
Dr Katie Hackett
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Zoe Gotts
Vincent Deary
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
A concept mapping study evaluating the UK's first NHS generic fatigue clinic2016
Dr Katie Hackett
Being part of a group to develop new national guidelines for the clinical management of primary Sjögren’s syndrome: A reflective account2016
Dr Jessica Tarn
Andini Natasari
Colin Gillespie
Sheryl Mitchell
Dr Katie Hackett
et al.
Fatigue in primary Sjögren's syndrome is associated with lower levels of proinflammatory cytokines2016
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Ben Hargreaves
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Zoe Gotts
et al.
Objective Improvement in Fatigue Scores for Primary Sjögren’s Patients Receiving a Tailored Multidisciplinary Fatigue Intervention in a Generic Fatigue Clinic2016
Ruth Hart
Dr Katie Hackett
Rob Newton
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Ben Thompson
et al.
The F-Word: Why Is Talking about Fatigue so Hard?2016
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Katherine Deane
Vincent Deary
et al.
"Doing Every-Day Life" with Primary Sjogren's Syndrome: Factors Predicting Difficulties Performing Daily Activities and Taking on Life Roles2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Katherine Deane
Vicki Strassheim
Vincent Deary
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
A Systematic Review of Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Primary Sjögren's Syndrome.2015
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 Dennis Lendrem
Sheryl Mitchell
Dr Peter McMeekin
Dr Katie Hackett
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Do the EULAR Sjögren’s syndrome outcome measures correlate with health status in primary Sjögren’s syndrome?2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Zoe Gotts
Vicki Strassheim
Vincent Deary
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Identifying and tackling unmet service-user needs in a novel generic fatigue clinic: A group concept mapping study2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Katherine Deane
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
et al.
Identifying participation barriers and key intervention targets for an autoimmune disease2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Joanne Newton
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
et al.
Identifying participation barriers and key intervention targets for an autoimmune disease2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
et al.
Identifying stakeholder informed priority targets for a non-pharmacological intervention package to improve functional capacity: a multi-centre mixed methods study2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Katherine Deane
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Identifying Targets for a Non-Pharmacological Therapy Intervention Package to Improve Participation in Primary Sjögren's Syndrome Patients: A Group Concept Mapping Study2015
Professor Julia Newton
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Zoe Gotts
Vincent Deary
Dr Katie Hackett
et al.
The evolution of the Newcastle CRESTA Fatigue Clinic: a unique NHS multidisciplinary approach to fatigue2015
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Katherine Deane
Vincent Deary
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Tim Rapley
et al.
A Systematic Review of Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Primary Sjögren's Syndrome2014
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Katherine Deane
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
et al.
Developing a service user informed intervention to improve participation and ability to perform daily activities in primary Sjӧgren’s syndrome: a mixed methods study protocol2014
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Katherine Deane
Vincent Deary
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Primary Sjogren's Syndrome: A Systematic Review of the Evidence2014
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Katherine Deane
Vincent Deary
et al.
Systematic reviews of occupational therapy interventions: summarizing research evidence and highlighting the gaps2014
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Peter Gallagher
Understanding the Gap between Subjective Symptoms and Objective Illness Markers in Primary Sjogren's Syndrome2014
Dr Katie Hackett
Book Review - Fighting fatigue: A practical guide to managing the symptoms of CFS/ME2013
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 Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Chris Elliott
Dr Dennis Lendrem
et al.
Impaired functional status in primary Sjogren's syndrome2012
Dr Katie Hackett
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Fai Ng
Occupational therapy: a potentially valuable intervention for people with primary Sjogren's syndrome2012