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Browsing publications by Professor Richard Walker

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Tash Fothergill Misbah
Professor Richard Walker
"Old people problems", uncertainty and legitimacy: Challenges with diagnosing Parkinson's disease in Kenya2021
Dr Jenni Naisby
Dr Alison Yarnall
Professor Lynn Rochester
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Ken Baker
et al.
A Survey of People With Parkinson’s and Their Carers: The Management of Pain in Parkinson’s 2021
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Richard Walker
Liam Horgan
Day case laparoscopic cholecystectomy at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, Tanzania2021
Dr Fred Barker
Professor Fiona Matthews
Professor Richard Walker
Professor Miles Witham
Developing and evaluating a Frailty Index for older South Africans – findings from the HAALSI study2021
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Dr Stella Paddick
Development of a brief screening method for identification of depression in older adults in Sub-Saharan Africa2021
Dr Oliver Shannon
Professor Bloss Stephan
Dr Keith Gray
Dr Stella Paddick
Professor Richard Walker
et al.
Feasibility and acceptability of a nutritional intervention testing the effects of nitrate-rich beetroot juice and folic acid on blood pressure in Tanzanian adults with elevated blood pressure2021
Dr Deepta Churm
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Louise Robinson
Dr Paul Paes
Dr Thomas Cronin
et al.
How Do Patients With Parkinson’s Disease Approach Advance Care Planning? A UK-Based Mixed Methods Study2021
Grace George
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Dr Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska
Dr Stella Paddick
et al.
Low levels of frailty in HIV-positive older adults on antiretroviral therapy in northern Tanzania2021
Dr Stella Paddick
Professor Richard Walker
Prevalence and associated factors of depression among older adults in rural Tanzania2021
Dr Stella Paddick
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor Richard Walker
Prevalence estimates of dementia in older adults in rural Kilimanjaro 2009–2010 and 2018–2019: is there evidence of changing prevalence?2021
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