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Laurie Davies
Dr Gemma Frances Spiers
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Adam Todd
Professor Joy Adamson
et al.
Adverse Outcomes of Polypharmacy in Older People: Systematic Review of Reviews2020
Dr Robert Barker
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Commentary: COVID in care homes—challenges and dilemmas in healthcare delivery2020
Dr Jennifer Liddle
Dr Kyle Montague
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Professor Thomas Scharf
Connecting at Local Level: Exploring Opportunities for Future Design of Technology to Support Social Connections in Age-Friendly Communities2020
Dr Robert Barker
Dr Rachel Stocker
Dr Sian Russell
Amy Roberts
Dr Andrew Kingston
et al.
Distribution of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) in care home residents2020
Dr Beth Bareham
Professor Eileen Kaner
Liam Spencer
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Health and social care providers’ perspectives of older people’s drinking: A systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies2020
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Professor Eileen Kaner
Impact of the introduction and withdrawal of financial incentives on the delivery of alcohol screening and brief advice in English primary health care: an interrupted time-series analysis 2020
Dr Sian Russell
Dr Rachel Stocker
Dr Robert Barker
Dr Jennifer Liddle
Professor Joy Adamson
et al.
Implementation of the National Early Warning Score in UK care homes: a qualitative evaluation2020
Dr Beth Bareham
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Managing older people's perceptions of alcohol-related risk in primary care: Qualitative exploration2020
Helen Jarvis
Professor Dawn Craig
Dr Robert Barker
Dr Gemma Frances Spiers
Dr Daniel Stow
et al.
Metabolic risk factors and incident advanced liver disease in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD): A systematic review and meta-analysis of population based observational studies2020
Dr Daniel Stow
Professor Fiona Matthews
Professor Barbara Hanratty
When do GPs recognise end-of-life in people age 75+? Evidence from electronic healthcare records in primary care2020
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