Browsing publications by Professor Richard Walker

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Stella Paddick
Dr Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska
Professor Richard Walker
Identification of delirium and dementia in older medical inpatients in Tanzania: A comparison of screening and diagnostic methods2018
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Ewan Hunter
Dr Stephen Owens
Stigma and functional disability in relation to marriage and employment in young people with epilepsy in rural Tanzania2018
Dr Stella Paddick
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Professor Richard Walker
Adaptation and validation of the Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment Scale – Cognitive (ADAS-Cog) in a low-literacy setting in sub-Saharan Africa2017
Dr Holly Standing
Dr Ewan Hunter
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Stephen Owens
Barriers to access to education for young people with epilepsy in Northern Tanzania: A qualitative interview and focus group study involving teachers, parents and young people with epilepsy2017
Dr Stella Paddick
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Professor Richard Walker
Cognitive screening tools for identification of dementia in illiterate and low-educated older adults, a systematic review and meta-analysis2017
Dr Stella Paddick
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Dr Laura Ternent
Professor Richard Walker
Cognitive stimulation therapy as a sustainable intervention for dementia in sub-Saharan Africa: feasibility and clinical efficacy using a stepped-wedge design2017
Professor Richard Walker
Early Mortality and Associated Factors among Patients with Stroke Admitted to a Large Teaching Hospital in Tanzania2017
Dr Stella Paddick
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Felicity Dewhurst
Dr Matthew Dewhurst
Dr Catherine Dotchin
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Identifying Frailty and its Outcomes in Older People in Rural Tanzania2017
Dr Stella Paddick
Professor Richard Walker
Dr Catherine Dotchin
The role of traditional and faith healers in the treatment of dementia in Tanzania and the potential for collaboration with allopathic healthcare services2017
Professor Richard Walker
Antiphospholipid Antibodies and the Risk of Stroke in Urban and Rural Tanzania: A Community-Based Case-Control Study2016
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