Browsing publications by Dr Susan Lord

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Gillian Barry
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Alan Godfrey
et al.
Defining ambulatory bouts in free-living activity: Impact of brief stationary periods on bout metrics2015
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Gait characteristics of obstacle crossing in older adult fallers with and without Parkinson’s disease: Influence of obstacle type and dual task2015
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Influence of visual contrast and prominence of task-relevant stimuli on obstacle negotiation in fallers with and without Parkinson’s disease2015
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor David Burn
Professor Lynn Rochester
Progression of Gait Dysfunction in Incident Parkinson's Disease: Impact of Medication and Phenotype2015
Karen Mactier
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Alan Godfrey
Professor David Burn
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
The relationship between real world ambulatory activity and falls in incident Parkinson's disease: Influence of classification scheme2015
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Alan Godfrey
Dr Shirley Coleman
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
et al.
Time-dependent changes in postural control in early Parkinson's disease: what are we missing?2015
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Toe clearance profiles distinguish fallers with incident Parkinson’s disease when classified by fall type rather than fall frequency2015
Karen Mactier
Dr Susan Lord
Dadirayi Mhiripiri
Professor David Burn
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Categorisation of falls in an incident cohort of Parkinson’s disease and effect of ambulatory activity on falls2014
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Shirley Coleman
Dr Alison Yarnall
Professor David Burn
et al.
Cognition and gait show a selective pattern of association dominated by phenotype in incident Parkinson's disease2014
Gillian Barry
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Alan Godfrey
Dr Brook Galna
Professor David Burn
et al.
Drivers of change in physical activity over 18 months in incident Parkinson's disease2014
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