Browsing publications by Dr Richard Curless

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Matt Rudd
Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Richard Curless
Dr Mark Sudlow
Dr Stuart Huntley
et al.
Remote specialist assessment for intraveneous thrombolysis of acute ischaemic stroke by telephone2012
Professor Stuart Parker
Dr Mark Pennington
Professor John Bond
Professor Carol Jagger
Dr Richard Curless
et al.
Rehabilitation of older patients: day hospital compared with rehabilitation at home. A randomised controlled trial2009
Dr Svetozar Mihaylov
Dr Catherine Stark
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Nick Steen
Alessandra Vanoli
et al.
Stepped treatment of older adults on laxatives. The STOOL trial2008
Dr Catherine Huntley
Dr Christopher Price
Dr Anand Pandyan
Dr Stuart Huntley
Dr Richard Curless
et al.
Response to letter by Page and Chae [8]2007
Dr Catherine Huntley
Dr Anand Pandyan
Dr Stuart Huntley
Dr Richard Curless
Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
Surface electrical stimulation for the affected shoulder after stroke: Reconsidering the findings of church and colleagues - Response to letter by Page and Chae2007
Dr Catherine Huntley
Dr Christopher Price
Dr Anand Pandyan
Dr Stuart Huntley
Dr Richard Curless
et al.
Randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effect of surface neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the shoulder after acute stroke2006
Dr Catherine Huntley
Dr Christopher Price
Dr Stuart Huntley
Dr Richard Curless
Dr Anand Pandyan
et al.
Does surface neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the shoulder following acute stroke improve outcome?2005
Professor Helen Rodgers
Emeritus Professor Senga Bond
Dr Richard Curless
Inadequacies in the provision of information to stroke patients and their families2001
Dr Christopher Price
Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Richard Curless
Professor Garth Johnson
Active and passive scapulohumeral movement in healthy persons: A comparison2000
Dr Richard Curless
Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Roger Barton
Prevalence of lower gastrointestinal symptoms and associated consultation behaviour in a British elderly population determined by face-to-face interview2000
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