Browsing publications by Dr Joanne Patterson

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Diane Goff
Professor Vinidh Paleri
Dr Joanne Patterson
Swallowing outcomes for patients with oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma treated with primary (chemo)radiation therapy receiving either prophylactic gastrostomy or reactive nasogastric tube: A prospective cohort study2017
Professor Vinidh Paleri
Dr Joanne Patterson
Dr Deborah Stocken
Mike Cole
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
A feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial of oral feeding plus pre-treatment gastrostomy tube versus oral feeding plus as-needed nasogastric tube feeding in patients undergoing chemoradiation for head and neck cancer (TUBE trial): study protocol2016
Sarah Owen
Dr David Meikle
James O'Hara
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Vinidh Paleri
et al.
Baseline swallowing measures predict recovery at 6 weeks after transoral robotic surgery for head and neck cancer2016
Dr Joanne Patterson
DARS: a phase III randomised multicentre study of dysphagia optimised intensity modulated radiotherapy (Do-IMRT) versus standard intensity modulated radiotherapy (S-IMRT) in head and neck cancers2016
Dr Joanne Patterson
Development and feasibility of a Swallowing intervention Package (SiP) for patients receiving radiotherapy treatment for head and neck cancer—the SiP study protocol2016
Dr Joanne Patterson
Dynamic Imaging Grade of Swallowing Toxicity (DIGEST): Scale Development and Validation2016
James O'Hara
Dr Colin Muirhead
Dr Joanne Patterson
One-year swallowing outcomes following Transoral Laser Microsurgery +/- Adjuvant Therapy versus Primary Chemoradiotherapy for Advanced Stage Oropharyngeal Squamous Cell Carcinoma2016
Dr Joanne Patterson
Research into the prevention and rehabilitation of dysphagia in head and neck cancer: a UK perspective2016
Ami Pedersen
Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Dr Joanne Patterson
et al.
Swallowing outcome measures in head and neck cancer – how do they compare?2016
Dr Joanne Patterson
Understanding and addressing potential barriers and facilitators to adherence to a swallowing exercise intervention for patients with head and neck cancer: the SiP study2016
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