Browsing publications by Dr Joanne Patterson

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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
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Vinidh Paleri
Comparing the Performance Status Scale and MD Anderson Dysphagia Inventory as swallowing outcome measures in head and neck cancer: a prospective cohort study2015
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