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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Kate Hackett
Dr Katherine Deane
Vincent Deary
Professor Tim Rapley
Professor Fai Ng
et al.
Mixed-Methods Study Identifying Key Intervention Targets to Improve Participation in Daily Living Activities in Primary Sjögren's Syndrome Patients2018
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Dr Tim Rapley
“It isn’t pain pure and simple”: Experiences of pain and discomfort in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: A qualitative focus group study2017
Dr Zoe Gotts
Dr John Ellis
Vincent Deary
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Fai Ng
et al.
An investigation into the prevalence of sleep disturbances in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: a systematic review of the literature2017
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Katherine Deane
Vincent Deary
Sarah Bowman
Professor Fai Ng
et al.
"Doing Every-Day Life" with Primary Sjogren's Syndrome: Factors Predicting Difficulties Performing Daily Activities and Taking on Life Roles2015
Dr Katherine Deane
Vicki Strassheim
Vincent Deary
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Fai Ng
et al.
A Systematic Review of Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Primary Sjögren's Syndrome.2015
Dr James Frith
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Cognitive Impairment in Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome2015
Dr James Frith
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Cognitive Symptoms are Common in Primary Sjogren's Syndrome and are Associated with Anxiety2015
Dr James Frith
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Cognitive symptoms are common in primary Sjögren's syndrome and are associated with anxiety2015
Dr Katherine Deane
Dr Tim Rapley
Vincent Deary
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Professor Fai Ng
et al.
Identifying participation barriers and key intervention targets for an autoimmune disease2015
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Identifying stakeholder informed priority targets for a non-pharmacological intervention package to improve functional capacity: a multi-centre mixed methods study2015
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