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Helen O'Neil
Dr Adam Todd
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Andy Husband
Investigating the relationship between harm and over or under-treatment of frail patients living with diabetes, admitted to hospital. 2022
Colette Kirk
Laura Haigh
Dr Nicholas Thompson
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor David Jones
et al.
The effects of different parenteral nutrition lipid formulations on clinical and laboratory endpoints in patients receiving home parenteral nutrition: A systematic review2022
Dr Ryan Kenny
Adenike Adesanya
Catherine Richmond
Fiona Beyer
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
The effects of radiofrequency exposure on male fertility and adverse reproductive outcomes: A protocol for two systematic reviews of human observational studies with meta-analysis2022
Dr Viviana Albani
Professor Luke Vale
Professor Mark Pearce
Aspects of economic costs and evaluation of health surveillance systems after a radiation accident with a focus on an ultrasound thyroid screening programme for children2021
Natassia Robinson
Dr Heather Brown
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Caroline Relton
Dr Viviana Albani
et al.
Childhood DNA methylation as a marker of early life rapid weight gain and subsequent overweight2021
Dr Charlotte Currie
Simon Stone
Professor Justin Durham
Professor Mark Pearce
Dental Attendances to General Medical Practitioners in Wales: a 44 Year Analysis2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Greta Brunskill
Dr Victoria Grahame
et al.
Early diet in preterm infants and later cognition: 10-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial2021
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor Mark Pearce
Failure to launch: Predictors of unfavourable physical activity and sedentary behaviour trajectories from childhood to adolescence: the gateshead millennium study2021
Ross Fairbairn
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jonathan Warren
Professor Clare Bambra
Local inequalities in health behaviours: longitudinal findings from the Stockton-on-Tees cohort study2021
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor Mark Pearce
Moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity and sedentary behaviour across childhood and adolescence, and their combined relationship with obesity risk: a multi-trajectory analysis2021
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