Browsing publications by Michael Clarke

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Kerry Joyce
Fiona Beyer
Professor Richard Thomson
Michael Clarke
A systematic review of the effectiveness of treatments in altering the natural history of intermittent exotropia2015
Dr Jo Jefferis
Michael Clarke
Amblyopia2015
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Dr Graham Morgan
Dr Craig Sharp
et al.
ASTEROID: Accurate STEReoacuity measurement in the eye clinic2015
Dr Jo Jefferis
Michael Clarke
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Effect of cataract surgery on cognition, mood, and visual hallucinations in older adults2015
Dr Jo Jefferis
Michael Clarke
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Reply to: Colin et al. Effect of cataract surgery on visual hallucinations in older adults Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, Volume 41, Issue 10, October 2015, Pages 2342-23432015
Dr Deborah Buck
Dr Vanessa Hogan
Christine Powell
Chris Speed
Michael Clarke
et al.
Surrendering control, or nothing to lose: Parents' preferences about participation in a randomised trial of childhood strabismus surgery2015
Dr Debbie Buck
Dr Vanessa Hogan
Chris Speed
Rachael Taylor
Michael Clarke
et al.
Surrendering control, or nothing to lose: Parents’ preferences about participation in a randomised trial of childhood strabismus surgery.2015
Jan Lecouturier
Michael Clarke
Dr Gail Errington
Dr Nina Hallowell
Professor Richard Thomson
et al.
Treating childhood intermittent distance exotropia: a qualitative study of decision making2015
Michael Clarke
Christine Powell
Dr Debbie Buck
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Vanessa Hogan
et al.
An External Pilot Study to Test the Feasibility of a Randomised Controlled Trial comparing Eye Muscle Surgery against Active Monitoring for Childhood Intermittent Distance Exotropia [X(T)]. Pilot Rehearsal Trial and Feasibility Study, Final Report to the NIHR HTA, HTA Project 09/01/20, July 2013.2014
Dr Jo Jefferis
Michael Clarke
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Katie Brittain
Challenges for the cataract surgeon treating people with dementia: a qualitative study exploring anesthetic choices2014
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