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Dr Matt Rudd
Dr Deborah Buck
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Christopher Price
A systematic review of stroke recognition instruments in hospital and pre-hospital settings2016
Dr Matt Rudd
Dr Deborah Buck
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Christopher Price
A systematic review of the performance of stroke recognition instruments in pre-hospital and hospital settings2015
Dr Marilyn Clarke
Dr Vanessa Hogan
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Jing Shen
Christine Powell
et al.
An external pilot study to test the feasibility of a randomised controlled trial comparing eye muscle surgery against active monitoring for childhood intermittent exotropia [X(T)]2015
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Vanessa Hogan
Christine Powell
Chris Speed
Michael Clarke
et al.
Surrendering control, or nothing to lose: Parents' preferences about participation in a randomised trial of childhood strabismus surgery2015
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
Child-rated and parent-rated quality of life in childhood intermittent exotropia: findings from an observational cohort study2014
Dr Deborah Buck
From plans to actions in patient and public involvement: Qualitative study of documented plans and the accounts of researchers and patients sampled from a cohort of clinical trials2014
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Lisa Shaw
Professor Christopher Price
Reperfusion therapies for wake up stroke: A systematic review2014
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Lisa Shaw
Professor Christopher Price
Professor Gary Ford
Reperfusion Therapies for Wake-Up Stroke Systematic Review2014
Dr Deborah Buck
Professor Elaine McColl
Christine Powell
Dr Jing Shen
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
Surgery versus Active Monitoring in Intermittent Exotropia (SamExo): study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial2012
Dr Deborah Buck
Christine Powell
Michael Clarke
Surgical intervention in childhood intermittent exotropia: current practice and clinical outcomes from an observational cohort study2012
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
The improving outcomes in intermittent exotropia study: outcomes at 2 years after diagnosis in an observational cohort2012
Dr Deborah Buck
The PedsQLâ„¢ as a measure of parent-rated quality of life in healthy UK toddlers: psychometric properties and cross-cultural comparisons2012
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
Christine Powell
Use of the PedsQL in childhood intermittent exotropia: estimates of feasibility, internal consistency reliability and parent-child agreement2012
Dr Alison Dickinson
Christopher Neoh
Christine Powell
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
et al.
Parameters predicting outcomes of strabismus surgery in the management of Graves' ophthalmopathy2009
Dr Alison Dickinson
Christopher Neoh
Christine Powell
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
et al.
Parameters predicting outcomes of strabismus surgery in the management of Graves' ophthalmopathy2009
Dr Deborah Buck
Christine Powell
Michael Clarke
Presenting Features and Early Management of Childhood Intermittent Exotropia in the UK: Inception Cohort Study2009
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
Christine Powell
Nicholas Strong
Grading the severity of intermittent distance exotropia: the Revised Newcastle Control Score2008
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
Dr Susan Moloney
Christine Powell
Nicholas Strong
et al.
Grading the severity of intermittent distance exotropia: The revised Newcastle Control Score2008
Dr Deborah Buck
Nicholas Strong
Michael Clarke
Distance stereoacuity in intermittent exotropia2007
Dr Deborah Buck
The development and validation of the Epilepsy and Learning Disabilities Quality of Life (ELDQOL) scale2007
Dr Margaret Wright
Dr Susan Moloney
Dr Deborah Buck
Michael Clarke
Stercoacuity unilateral visual impairment detected at preschool screening: Outcomes from a randomized controlled trial2005
Dr Ann Jacoby
Dr Deborah Buck
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
The Use and Validation of a new QOL Scale - the PBC 40 - in Primary Biliay Cirrhosis2005
Dr Deborah Buck
Professor David Jones
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Dr Ann Jacoby
Assessing quality of life in primary biliary cirrhosis2004
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Ann Jacoby
Anna Massey
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Amar Sharma
et al.
Development and validation of NEWSQOL (R), the Newcastle Stroke-Specific Quality of Life Measure2004
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Ann Jacoby
Professor Gary Ford
A study to develop and evaluate a patient-centred stroke-specific quality of life measure2001
Paul McNamee
Professor John Bond
Dr Deborah Buck
Costs of dementia in England and Wales in the 21st century2001
Paul McNamee
Professor John Bond
Dr Deborah Buck
Costs of dementia in England and Wales in the 21st century2001
Dr Ann Jacoby
Dr Deborah Buck
Pauline Potts
The quality of life of older people with epilepsy: findings from a UK community study2001
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Ann Jacoby
Anna Massey
Professor Gary Ford
Evaluation of Measures Used to Assess Quality of Life After Stroke2000
Dr Deborah Buck
Anna Massey
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Ann Jacoby
Evaluation of measures used to assess Quality of Life and Stroke2000
Dr Deborah Buck
Claire Bamford
Professor John Bond
Dr Barbara Gregson
Psychological morbidity among informal caregivers of older people: a 2-year follow-up study. The Resource Implications Study Group of the MRC study of cognitive function and ageing2000
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Ann Jacoby
The stigma of epilepsy: A European perspective2000
Paul McNamee
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Deborah Buck
Claire Bamford
Professor John Bond
et al.
Costs of formal care for frail older people in England: The resource implications study of the MRC cognitive function and ageing study (RIS MRC CFAS)1999
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Nick Steen
Cross-cultural differences in health-related quality of life of people with epilepsy: Findings from a European study1999
Professor John Bond
Dr Deborah Buck
Social protection for dependency in old age in the United Kingdom1999
Dr Deborah Buck
The measurement of well-being after stroke1999
Dr Ann Jacoby
Dr Deborah Buck
The SF-36 as a health status measure for epilepsy: a psychometric assessment1999
Claire Bamford
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Deborah Buck
Paul McNamee
Professor John Bond
et al.
Mental and physical frailty in older people: the costs and benefits of informal care1998