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Dr Alison Wheatley
Claire Bamford
Dr Caroline Shaw
Fiona Beyer
Dr Robert Barber
et al.
Developing an Intervention for Fall-Related Injuries in Dementia (DIFRID): an integrated, mixed-methods approach2019
Dr Steve Parry
Value of witness observations in the differential diagnosis of transient loss of consciousness2019
Denise Howel
Dr Dorothy Coe
Dr Rosy Lampitt
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
Tony Fouweather
et al.
Visually Impaired OLder people’s Exercise programme for falls prevenTion: a feasibility study2019
Denise Howel
Dr Rosy Lampitt
Tony Fouweather
Dr Dorothy Coe
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
et al.
Feasibility of trial procedures for a randomised controlled trial of a community based group exercise intervention for falls prevention for visually impaired older people: the VIOLET study2018
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Alison Wheatley
Denise Howel
Dr Robert Barber
Tara Homer
et al.
Is it feasible to deliver a complex intervention to improve the outcome of falls in people with dementia? A protocol for the DIFRID feasibility study2018
Dr Anna Mitchell
Dr Steve Parry
Dr Petros Perros
Professor Simon Pearce
Dr Richard Quinton
et al.
Improving the prehospital safety of steroid-dependent patients in northern England: A hospital-initiated ambulance service registration pathway2017
Dr James Frith
Dr Steve Parry
New Horizons in orthostatic hypotension2017
Dr Steve Parry
Panic symptoms in transient loss of consciousness: Frequency and diagnostic value in psychogenic nonepileptic seizures, epilepsy and syncope2017
Dr Steve Parry
Joanne Lawson
David Green
Vicki Strassheim
Dr Peter McMeekin
et al.
A Novel Approach to Proactive Primary Care-Based Case Finding and Multidisciplinary Management of Falls, Syncope, and Dizziness in a One-Stop Service: Preliminary Results2016
Dr Steve Parry
Claire Bamford
Dr Tracy Finch
Neil Sabin
Dr Ian Steen
et al.
Cognitive behavioural therapy-based intervention to reduce fear of falling in older people: therapy development and randomised controlled trial the Strategies for Increasing Independence, Confidence and Energy (STRIDE) study2016
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