Browsing publications by Professor John Matthews

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Suzanne Spence
Professor Martin White
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor John Matthews
Does the use of passive or active consent affect consent or completion rates, or dietary data quality? Repeat cross-sectional survey among school children aged 11–12 years2015
Professor John Matthews
Nuri Badi
Inconsistent treatment estimates from mis-specified logistic regression analyses of randomized trials2015
Dr Entisar Elgmati
Rosemeire Fiaccone
Professor Robin Henderson
Professor John Matthews
Penalised logistic regression and dynamic prediction for discrete time recurrent event data2015
Suzanne Spence
Professor John Matthews
Professor Martin White
Professor Ashley Adamson
A repeat cross-sectional study examining the equitable impact of nutritional standards for school lunches in England in 2008 on the diets of 4-7y olds across the socio-economic spectrum2014
Professor John Matthews
An optimal multi-period crossover design for an application in paediatric nephrology2014
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Dr Katherine Livingstone
Professor John Matthews
Professor John Mathers
Design and baseline characteristics of the Food4Me study: a web-based randomised controlled trial of personalised nutrition in seven European countries2014
Suzanne Spence
Elaine Stamp
Professor John Matthews
Professor Martin White
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Did School Food and Nutrient-Based Standards in England Impact on 11–12Y Olds Nutrient Intake at Lunchtime and in Total Diet? Repeat Cross-Sectional Study2014
Dr Malcolm Coulthard
Dr Heather Lambert
Dr Sue Vernon
Dr Michael Keir
Professor John Matthews
et al.
Does prompt treatment of urinary tract infection in preschool children prevent renal scarring: mixed retrospective and prospective audits2014
Professor John Matthews
Professor Robin Henderson
Dropout in crossover and longitudinal studies: is complete case so bad?2014
Dr Malcolm Coulthard
Dr Clive Griffiths
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Michael Whitaker
Professor John Matthews
et al.
Haemodialysing babies weighing <8 kg with the Newcastle infant dialysis and ultrafiltration system (Nidus): comparison with peritoneal and conventional haemodialysis2014
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