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Dr Kirstie Anderson
Professor David Jones
Katharine Wilton
Professor Julia Newton
Restless leg syndrome is a treatable cause of sleep disturbance and fatigue in primary biliary cirrhosis2013
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Danielle Powell
Dr Katie Hackett
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Autonomic symptoms are common and are associated with overall symptom burden and disease activity in primary Sjögren's syndrome2012
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Falls and Fall-Related Injury Are Common in Older People with Chronic Liver Disease2012
Professor Fai Ng
Katharine Wilton
Sheryl Mitchell
Professor Julia Newton
Primary Sjogrens syndrome is associated with impaired autonomic response to orthostasis and sympathetic failure2012
Jean Gray
Dr Maw Tan
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Dr Steve Parry
et al.
Home orthostatic training in chronic fatigue syndrome - a randomized, placebo-controlled feasibility study2010
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Dr James Frith
Dr Simon Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Katharine Wilton
Jessie Pairman
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Professor Julia Newton
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Fatigue and autonomic dysfunction in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2009
Dr Steve Parry
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor Julia Newton
Impedance cardiography: a role in vasovagal syncope diagnosis?2009
Dr James Frith
Katharine Wilton
Professor Julia Newton
Non-Alcohlic Fatty Liver Disease is Associated with Recurrent Falls and Significant Injury2009
Professor Julia Newton
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
A Predictive Model for Fatigue and Its Etiologic Associations in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis2008
Professor David Jones
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor Julia Newton
An integrated care pathway improves quality of life in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis2008
Dr James Frith
Dr Lisa Robinson
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
et al.
Falls are common in primary biliary cirrhosis and associate with dysautonomia and distal lower limb weakness2008
Professor Julia Newton
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
Fatigue in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) associates with hypotension and autonomic dysfunction2008
Professor Julia Newton
Professor David Jones
Katharine Wilton
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Fatigue in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is significant and associates with inactivity and excessive daytime sleepiness but not with liver disease severity or insulin resistance2008
Dr James Frith
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
et al.
Orthostatic grading scale is better than timed up and go at identifying fallers with primary biliary cirrhosis2008
Professor Julia Newton
Professor David Jones
Elsbeth Henderson
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Fatigue in NAFLD is severe and associates with excessive daytime somnolence but not with liver disease severity or insulin resistance2007
Professor Julia Newton
Professor David Jones
Katharine Wilton
Jessie Pairman
Dr Steve Parry
et al.
Calcaneal bone mineral density in older patients who have fallen2006
Professor Julia Newton
Professor David Jones
Katharine Wilton
Jessie Pairman
Dr Steve Parry
et al.
Calcaneal bone mineral density in older patients who have fallen2006
Professor Julia Newton
Emeritus Professor John Gibson
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
Fatigue in primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with excessive daytime somnolence2006
Katharine Wilton
Professor Julia Newton
The Relative Effectiveness of Physical Counter Manoeuvres in Older People2006