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Rana Rehman
Professor Christopher Buckley
Dr Encarna Mico Amigo
Michael Dunne-Willows
Dr Jian Shi
et al.
Accelerometry-based digital gait characteristics for classification of Parkinson’s disease: what counts?2020
Dr Riona McArdle
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Alan Thomas
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Differentiating dementia disease subtypes with gait analysis: feasibility of wearable sensors? 2020
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Lynn Rochester
Enhanced obstacle contrast to promote visual scanning in fallers with Parkinson's disease: Role of executive function2020
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Christopher Buckley
Professor Ngaire Kerse
et al.
Evaluating the effects of an exercise program (Staying UpRight) for older adults in long-term care on rates of falls: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2020
Sarah Moore
Nina Hrisos
Linda Errington
Professor Lynn Rochester
Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
Exercise as a treatment for sarcopenia; An umbrella review of systematic review evidenc2020
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Falls risk in relation to activity exposure in high risk older adults2020
Dr Christopher Buckley
Michael Dunne-Willows
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Silvia Del Din
Sarah Moore
et al.
Gait Asymmetry Post-Stroke: Determining Valid and Reliable Methods Using a Single Accelerometer Located on the Trunk2020
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Silvia Del Din
Tossing and turning in bed: Nocturnal movements in Parkinson's disease 2020
Professor Lynn Rochester
A roadmap for implementation of patient-centered digital outcome measures in Parkinson's disease obtained using mobile health technologies2019
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Alison Wheatley
Tara Homer
Shannon Robalino
Fiona Beyer
et al.
An intervention to improve outcomes of falls in dementia: the DIFRID mixed-methods feasibility study2019
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