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Browsing publications by Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Petros Perros
Dr Bijayeswar Vaidya
Dr John Lazarus
Professor Adrian Rees
Dr Salman Razvi
et al.
Post-radioiodine Graves' management: the PRAGMA study2022
Dr Katherine Lawlor
Dr Svetozar Mihaylov
Brenda Welsh
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
et al.
A qualitative study of the physical, social and attitudinal environments influencing the participation of children with cerebral palsy in northeast England2006
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Cerebral Palsy and Intrauterine Growth2006
Dr Jane Hutton
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Differences between European birthweight standards: Impact on classification of 'small for gestational age'2006
Brenda Welsh
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Donna Hammal
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
How might districts identify local barriers to participation for children with cerebral palsy?2006
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Intrauterine growth and cerebral palsy in twins: A European multicenter study2006
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Case gender and severity in cerebral palsy varies with intrauterine growth2005
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Alison Spiers
Yvonne Duckworth
Dr Mark Welfare
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Dietary characteristics of gastroenterology patients2005
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Peter Heywood
Injury indicators: The development and investigation of a validation tool2005
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Injury outcome indicators: The development of a validation tool2005
Dr Esther Jessen
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
[abstract] Development and validation of an instrument to measure the impact of childhood disabilities on the lives of children and their families2004
Dr Svetozar Mihaylov
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Identification and description of environmental factors that influence participation of children with cerebral palsy2004
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Professor David Elliott
Debra Morgan
Molecular markers for the assessment of' postnatal male germ cell development in the mouse2004
Donna Hammal
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Participation of children with cerebral palsy is influenced by where they live2004
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Jane Salotti
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Donna Hammal
Professor Allan Colver
et al.
Children with Long-Term Disability in the former Northern and Yorkshire NHS Region2003
Dr Katherine Lawlor
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Understanding the impact of physical, social, and attitudinal environments on the participation of children with cerebral palsy in the North East of England2003
Dr Esther Jessen
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Creating a measure of impact of childhood disability: statistical methodology2002
Dr Rob Forsyth
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Participation in childhood2002
Professor Philip Lowe
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Interim Report and Overview2001
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
The continuing global challenge of injury - The UK is lagging behind2001
Dr Liz Towner
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Updating the evidence. A systematic review of what works in preventing childhood unintentional injuries: Part 2.2001
Professor Allan Colver
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Sam Richmond
Increasing rates of cerebral palsy across the severity spectrum in north-east England 1964-19932000
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Surveillance of cerebral palsy in Europe: a collaboration of cerebral palsy surveys and registers2000
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Richard Edwards
Why the government was right to change the 'Our Healthier Nation' accidental injury target2000
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Epidemiology of cerebral palsy1999