Browsing publications by Deborah Hutchings

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Deborah Hutchings
Alessandra Vanoli
Professor Ian McKeith
Paul McNamee
Professor John Bond
et al.
Cholinesterase inhibitors and alzheimer's disease: Patient, carer and professional factors influencing the use of drugs for Alzheimer's disease in the United Kingdom2010
Deborah Hutchings
Alessandra Vanoli
Professor Ian McKeith
Paul McNamee
Professor John Bond
et al.
Good days and bad days: The lived experience and perceived impact of treatment with cholinesterase inhibitors for Alzheimer's disease in the United Kingdom2010
Paul McNamee
Alessandra Vanoli
Deborah Hutchings
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor John Bond
et al.
Savings from sub-groups?: Policy guidance and Alzheimer's disease treatments2010
Professor Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Lynne Corner
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Julian Hughes
et al.
Balancing rights and risks: Conflicting perspectives in the management of wandering in dementia2007
Professor Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
et al.
Effectiveness and acceptability of non-pharmacological interventions to reduce wandering in dementia: A systematic review2007
Professor Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
Dr Heather Dickinson
et al.
A systematic literature review of the effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions to prevent wandering in dementia and evaluation of the ethical implications and acceptability of their use2006
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Development of Country-Wide Strategies for Implementing Early Identification and Brief Intervention in Primary Health Care - Report on Phase IV2006
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
England2006
Deborah Hutchings
Professor Eileen Kaner
Implementing screening and brief alcohol interventions in primary health care in England2006
Deborah Hutchings
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Martin White
Implementing routine screening and brief alcohol intervention in primary health care: A Delphi survey of expert opinion2004
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