Browsing publications by Dr Sally Parry

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Dr Sally Parry
Experience of a rapid access blackout service for older people2010
Dr Sally Parry
Rachel Stansfield
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Postinfectious irritable bowel syndrome may occur after non-gastrointestinal and intestinal infection2006
Dr Sally Parry
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Factors associated with the development of post-infectious functional gastrointestinal diseases: Does smoking play a role?2005
Dr Sally Parry
Rachel Stansfield
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Post-infectious IBS occurs after nongastrointestinal as well as intestinal infection2005
Dr Sally Parry
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Post-infectious IBS: Prognostic data at 3 years2005
Dr Sally Parry
Rachel Stansfield
Dr Diana Jelley
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
et al.
Does bacterial gastroenteritis predispose people to functional gastrointestinal disorders? A prospective, community-based, case-control study2003
Dr Sally Parry
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Illness perceptions in people with acute bacterial gastroenteritis2003
Dr Sally Parry
Rachel Stansfield
Dr Diana Jelley
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
et al.
Is irritable bowel syndrome more common in patients presenting with bacterial gastroenteritis? A community-based, case-control study2003
Dr Sally Parry
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Smoking is associated with the development of post-infectious irritable bowel sydrome2003
Dr Sally Parry
Dr Sally Corbett
Professor Roger Barton
Dr Mark Welfare
Does illness perception of bacterial gastro-enteritis differ in people with a functional gastro-intestinal disorder (FGID) and can it predict who will go on to develop a post infectious FGID? [abstract]2002
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