Browsing publications by Professor Stephen Rushton

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr John Perry
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr Andrew Gennery
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A Case-Control Study to Assess the Urinary Pneumococcal Antigen Test in Childhood Pneumonia2014
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
Dr Katherine Eastham
et al.
Changing clinical practice: management of paediatric community-acquired pneumonia2014
Johnstone Kimanzi
Dr Roy Sanderson
Professor Stephen Rushton
Habitat suitability modelling and implications for management of roan antelopes in Kenya2014
Dr Catherine Tetard-Jones
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Dr Julia Cooper
Professor Carlo Leifert
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Modelling pathways to Rubisco degradation: a structural equation network modelling approach2014
Dr Alasdair Blain
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr Mark Shirley
Clare Simmister
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
et al.
Spatial variation in the risk of hospitalization with childhood pneumonia and empyema in the North of England2014
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Andrew Close
A Longitudinal Study Simultaneously Exploring The Carriage of APEC Virulence Associated Genes and The Molecular Epidemiology of Faecal and Systemic E. coli in Commercial Broiler Chickens2013
Dr Aileen Mill
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Graham Smith
Clustering, persistence and control of a pollinator brood disease: epidemiology of American foulbrood2013
Dr Andrew Close
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Luke Vale
Professor Robert Pickard
et al.
Comparative Cost-effectiveness of Robot-assisted and Standard Laparoscopic Prostatectomy as Alternatives to Open Radical Prostatectomy for Treatment of Men with Localised Prostate Cancer: A Health Technology Assessment from the Perspective of the UK National Health Service2013
Dr Matt Slater
Dr Aileen Mill
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Selina Stead
Effect of social and economic drivers on choosing aquaculture as a coastal livelihood2013
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor David Deehan
Elderly men with renal dysfunction are most at risk for poor outcome after neck of femur fractures2013
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