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Dr Kate Rennie
Dr Nikki Rousseau
Dr Deborah Stocken
Denise Howel
Dr Laura Ternent
et al.
Nasal Airway Obstruction Study (NAIROS): a phase III, open label, mixed methods, multicentre randomised controlled trial of septoplasty versus medical management of a septal deviation with nasal obstruction2020
Tomos Robinson
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Estimating CHU-9D Utility Scores from the WAItE: A Mapping Algorithm for Economic Evaluation2019
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Tomos Robinson
Measuring Weight Specific Quality of Life in Adolescents: An Examination of the Concurrent Validity and Test Re-Test Reliability of the WAItE2019
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
The weight-specific adolescent instrument for economic evaluation (WAItE): psychometric evaluation using a Rasch model approach2019
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Dr Laura Ternent
Professor Luke Vale
Dr John Allen
Using a Discrete-Choice Experiment to Estimate the Preferences of Clinical Practitioners for a Novel Non-invasive Device for Diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Disease in Primary Care2019
Dr Holly Fisher
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Catherine Brennand
Paul Hilton
et al.
Continuous low-dose antibiotic prophylaxis for adults with repeated urinary tract infections (AnTIC): a randomised, open-label trial2018
Professor Robert Pickard
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Catherine Brennand
Dr Alexander von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff
et al.
Continuous low-dose antibiotic prophylaxis to prevent urinary tract infection in adults who perform clean intermittent self-catheterisation: the AnTIC RCT2018
Dr Sarah Hill
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Dr Frauke Becker
Health Economics of Obesity2018
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Development and refinement of the WAItE: a new obesity-specific quality of life measure for adolescents2017
Dr Sarah Hill
Professor Luke Vale
Professor David Hunter
Dr Emily Henderson
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
et al.
Economic evaluations of alcohol prevention interventions: Is the evidence sufficient? A review of methodological challenges2017
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