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Dr Andrew Owens
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Dr Adrian Mellor
Manubrium-limited ministernotomy versus conventional sternotomy for aortic valve replacement (MAVRIC): Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2017
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Manubrium-limited ministernotomy versus conventional sternotomy for aortic valve replacement: A randomised controlled trial (MAVRIC)2017
Dr Julie Cox
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Multidetector CT improving surgical outcomes in breast cancer (MISO-BC): A randomised controlled trial2017
Dr Rachel Stocker
Dr Helen Close
Professor Helen Hancock
Professor Amritpal Hungin
Should heart failure be regarded as a terminal illness requiring palliative care? A study of heart failure patients’, carers’ and clinicians’ understanding of heart failure prognosis and its management2017
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Professor Luke Vale
Minimally invasive thoracoscopically-guided right minithoracotomy versus conventional sternotomy for mitral valve repair: a multicentre randomised controlled trial (UK Mini Mitral)2016
Professor Colin Rees
Dr Helen Close
Professor Matt Rutter
Rebecca Maier
Professor Helen Hancock
et al.
Narrow band imaging optical diagnosis of small colorectal polyps in routine clinical practice: The Detect Inspect Characterise Resect and Discard 2 (DISCARD 2) study2016
Dr Julie Cox
Professor Helen Hancock
Dr Helen Close
Multidectector CT improving surgical; outcomes in patients with breast cancer: A randomised controlled trial2015
Professor Helen Hancock
Dr Helen Close
Dr Ahmet Fuat
Professor Amritpal Hungin
Professor James Mason
et al.
Barriers to accurate diagnosis and effective management of heart failure have not changed in the past 10 years: A qualitative study and national survey2014
Dr Helen Close
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Professor Colin Rees
Biodegradable stent or ballon dilatation for benign oesophageal stricture: Pilot randomised controlled trial2014
Dr Ahmet Fuat
Professor Helen Hancock
Co-ordinated care is kay to accurate diagnosis and effective management of HF2014
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