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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Vincent Deary
Food Play: a novel method for visceral geographers and health researchers2019
Denise Howel
Dr Dorothy Coe
Dr Rosy Lampitt
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
Tony Fouweather
et al.
Visually Impaired OLder people’s Exercise programme for falls prevenTion: a feasibility study2019
Vincent Deary
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Paul Carding
Professor Janet Wilson
A psychosocial intervention for the management of functional dysphonia: complex intervention development and pilot randomised trial.2018
Dr Kate Hackett
Vincent Deary
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Fai Ng
Professor Tim Rapley
et al.
Experience of sleep disruption in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: A focus group study2018
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Catherine Exley
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Matthew Breckons
Vincent Deary
et al.
Feasibility and acceptability of combining cognitive behavioural therapy techniques with swallowing therapy in head and neck cancer dysphagia2018
Denise Howel
Dr Rosy Lampitt
Tony Fouweather
Dr Dorothy Coe
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
et al.
Feasibility of trial procedures for a randomised controlled trial of a community based group exercise intervention for falls prevention for visually impaired older people: the VIOLET study2018
Dr Alexander Yao
Joanne Newton
Vincent Deary
James O'Hara
Professor Janet Wilson
et al.
General illness and psychological factors in patients with chronic nasal symptoms2018
Dr Kate Hackett
Dr Katherine Deane
Professor Julia Newton
Vincent Deary
Professor Tim Rapley
et al.
Mixed-Methods Study Identifying Key Intervention Targets to Improve Participation in Daily Living Activities in Primary Sjögren's Syndrome Patients2018
Dr Kate Hackett
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Vincent Deary
Oral health: A broader psychosocial approach2018
Dr Katie Hackett
Vincent Deary
Dr Katherine Deane
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
“It isn’t pain pure and simple”: Experiences of pain and discomfort in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: A qualitative focus group study2017
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