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Dr Paul Whybrow
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Ben Thompson
Dr Terry Aspray
et al.
Assessing the need for arthritis training among paid carers in UK residential care homes: A focus group and interview study2017
Dr Rachel Duncan
Clinical significance of medial vs. lateral compartment patellofemoral osteoarthritis: cross-sectional analyses in an adult population with knee pain2017
Dr Rachel Duncan
Diagnostic Performance of Clinical Examination Measures and Pain Presentation to Identify Patellofemoral Joint Osteoarthritis2017
Dr Paul Whybrow
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Ben Thompson
Dr Terry Aspray
et al.
Identifying care workers' educational needs about arthritis2016
Dr Rachel Duncan
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Fraser Birrell
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
et al.
Influence of Joint Pain on the Incidence and Progression of Disability in the Very Old: The Newcastle 85+ Study2016
Dr Alice Gowing
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Tom Gorman
Dr Louise Robinson
Dr Rachel Duncan
et al.
Patients’ experiences of a multidisciplinary team-led community case management programme: a qualitative study.2016
Dr Rachel Duncan
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Carol Jagger
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Magnitude of fragility fracture risk in the very old – are we meeting their needs? The Newcastle 85+ Study2015
Dr Rachel Duncan
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Carol Jagger
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Magnitude of fragility fracture risk in the very old-are we meeting their needs? The Newcastle 85+Study2015
Dr Andrew Kingston
karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Rachel Duncan
et al.
The enduring effect of education - socioeconomic differences in disability trajectories from age 85 years in the Newcastle 85+ Study2015
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Rachel Duncan
et al.
The Contribution of Diseases to the Male-Female Disability-Survival Paradox in the Very Old: Results from the Newcastle 85+ Study2014
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