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Dr Eugene Tang
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Christopher Price
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Louise Robinson
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The views of public and clinician stakeholders on risk assessment tools for post-stroke dementia: A qualitative study2019
Dr Jane Wilcockson
Dr Louise Robinson
Philip Hodgson
Dr Lynne Corner
‘I just want to get on with my life’: a mixed-methods study of active management of quality of life in living with dementia2018
Dr Louise Robinson
A systematic review of the diagnostic accuracy of automated tests for cognitive impairment2018
Dr Eugene Tang
Dr Louise Robinson
Attitudes to diagnosis and management in dementia care: views of future general practitioners2018
Alistair MacDonald
Emma McLellan
Dr Marie Poole
Claire Bamford
Dr Louise Robinson
et al.
Co-designing new resources to support better quality end of life care with people with dementia and family carers2018
Dr Marie Poole
Claire Bamford
Emma McLellan
Dr Richard Lee
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
End of life care: a qualitative study comparing the views of people with dementia and family carers2018
Dr Eugene Tang
Dr Christopher Price
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Louise Robinson
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
Post-stroke memory deficits and barriers to seeking help: views of patients and carers2018
Claire Bamford
Emma McLellan
Dr Marie Poole
Dr Louise Robinson
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
What enables good end of life care for people with dementia? A multi-method qualitative study with key stakeholders.2018
Professor John O'Brien
Professor Ian McKeith
Dr Louise Robinson
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
et al.
Clinical practice with anti-dementia drugs: A revised (third) consensus statement from the British Association for Psychopharmacology2017
Dr Sarah Richardson
Dr Daniel Davis
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Louise Robinson
Dr Louise Allan
et al.
Protocol for the Delirium and Cognitive Impact in Dementia (DECIDE) study: A nested prospective longitudinal cohort study2017
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