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Dr Alison Wheatley
Claire Bamford
Dr Greta Brunskill
Dr Louise Allan
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
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A task-shifted approach to post-diagnostic dementia support: a qualitative study exploring professional views and experiences2020
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
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Clinical diagnosis of Lewy body dementia2020
Dr Rachael Lawson
Dr Sarah Richardson
Dr Alison Yarnall
Professor David Burn
Dr Louise Allan
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Identifying delirium in Parkinson’s disease: a pilot study2020
Michael Sykes
Professor Richard Thomson
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Tracy Finch
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Impetus to change: A multi-site qualitative exploration of the national audit of dementia.2020
Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Joanna Ciafone
Dr Rory Durcan
Calum Hamilton
Sally Barker
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Mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies: neuropsychiatric supportive symptoms and cognitive profile2020
Julia Schumacher
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Calum Hamilton
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Ruth Cromarty
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Quantitative EEG as a biomarker in mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies2020
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Tuomo Polvikoski
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Lucinda Craggs
William Stevenson
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Small vessel disease pathological changes in neurodegenerative and vascular dementias concomitant with autonomic dysfunction2020
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Alison Wheatley
Tara Homer
Shannon Robalino
Fiona Beyer
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An intervention to improve outcomes of falls in dementia: the DIFRID mixed-methods feasibility study2019
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Tuomo Polvikoski
Dr Mai Hase
William Stevenson
Dr Louise Allan
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Carotid artery disease in post-stroke survivors and effects of enriched environment on stroke pathology in a mouse model of carotid artery stenosis2019
Dr Alison Wheatley
Claire Bamford
Dr Caroline Shaw
Fiona Beyer
Dr Robert Barber
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Developing an Intervention for Fall-Related Injuries in Dementia (DIFRID): an integrated, mixed-methods approach2019
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