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Dr Morag Maskey
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Victoria Grahame
Dr Magdalena Glod
Dr Emma Honey
et al.
A randomised controlled feasibility trial of immersive virtual reality treatment with cognitive behaviour therapy for specific phobias in young people with autism spectrum disorder2019
David Mason
Dr Barry Ingham
Dr Marc Woodbury-Smith
Toni Brown
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
A Systematic Review of What Barriers and Facilitators Prevent and Enable Physical Healthcare Services Access for Autistic Adults2019
Dr Morag Maskey
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Victoria Grahame
Jessica Maxwell
et al.
An intervention for fears and phobias in young people with autism spectrum disorders using flat screen computer-delivered virtual reality and cognitive behaviour therapy2019
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Professor Tim Rapley
Professor Jeremy Parr
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Gail Dovey-Pearce
et al.
How can health services contribute effectively and efficiently to facilitating transition of young people with long term conditions from childhood to adulthood? The Transition Research Programme2019
Professor Jeremy Parr
Low-frequency variation in TP53 has large effects on head circumference and intracranial volume2019
David Mason
Joan Mackintosh
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Tracy Finch
et al.
Quality of life for older autistic people: The impact of mental health difficulties2019
Dr Jane Goodwin
Jan Lecouturier
Johanna Smith
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
Understanding Frames: A qualitative exploration of standing frame use for young people with cerebral palsy in educational settings.2019
Dr Morag Maskey
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Mark Freeston
Dr Marie Labus
et al.
Using Virtual Reality Environments to Augment Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Fears and Phobias in Autistic Adults2019
Dr Susan Gray
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Kay Mann
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
A longitudinal, observational study examining the relationships of patient satisfaction with services and mental wellbeing to their clinical course in young people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus during transition from child to adult health services2018
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Dr Gail Dovey-Pearce
Dr Kay Mann
et al.
A longitudinal, observational study of the features of transitional healthcare associated with better outcomes for young people with long-term conditions2018
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