Browsing publications by Jo Gray

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Peter McMeekin
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Helen Rodgers
Jo Gray
et al.
Development of a decision analytic model to support decision making and risk communication about thrombolytic treatment2015
Dr Eleri Williams
Jo Gray
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
First estimates of the potential cost and cost saving of protecting childhood hearing from damage caused by congenital CMV infection2015
Dr Peter McMeekin
Jo Gray
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Christopher Price
A comparison of actual versus predicted emergency ambulance journey times using generic Geographic Information System software2014
Dr Christopher Price
Victoria Rae
Ruth Wood
Jo Gray
Dr Peter McMeekin
et al.
An observational study of patient characteristics associated with the mode of admission to acute stroke services in north east England2013
Dr Mark Pennington
Jo Gray
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Heather Dickinson
Economic evaluation of complex social initiatives; feasible, but not practicable at present?2013
Dr Peter McMeekin
Jo Gray
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Christopher Price
et al.
Modelling the Efficiency of Local Versus Central Provision of Intravenous Thrombolysis After Acute Ischemic Stroke2013
Dr Peter McMeekin
Jo Gray
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Christopher Price
et al.
Modelling the Efficiency of Local Versus Central Provision of Intravenous Thrombolysis After Acute Ischemic Stroke2013
Professor David Jones
Jo Gray
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Fatigue severity remains stable over time and independently associated with orthostatic symptoms in chronic fatigue syndrome: a longitudinal study2011
Professor Cam Donaldson
Karen Laing
Dr Mark Pennington
Dr Graeme Wilson
David Bradley
et al.
Budget holding lead professional pilots in multi-agency children’s services in England: national evaluation2009
Jan Walker
Professor Cam Donaldson
Karen Laing
Dr Mark Pennington
Dr Graeme Wilson
et al.
Evaluating Budget-Holding in Lead Professionals within Multi-Agency Children’s Services in England2009
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