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Dr Andrew Kingston
Professor Carol Jagger
Forecasting the care needs of the older population in England over the next 20 years: estimates from the Population Ageing and Care Simulation (PACSim) modelling study2018
Gemma Spiers
Professor Fiona Matthews
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Robert Barker
Dr Helen Jarvis
et al.
Impact of social care supply on healthcare utilisation by older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis2018
Professor Peter Gore
Dr Andrew Kingston
Emeritus Professor Garth Johnson
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
New horizons in the compression of functional decline2018
Dr Andrew Kingston
Professor Louise Robinson
Professor Carol Jagger
Projections of multi-morbidity in the older population in England to 2035: estimates from the Population Ageing and Care Simulation (PACSim) model2018
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Thomas Hill
Dr Mario Siervo
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Protein intake and disability trajectories in the very old: The Newcastle 85+ Study2018
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Pai Wohland
Professor Louise Robinson
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Fiona Matthews
et al.
Is late-life dependency increasing or not? A comparison of the Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies (CFAS)2017
Dr Andrew Kingston
Professor Carol Jagger
Review of methodologies of cohort studies of older people2017
Dr Rachel Duncan
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Fraser Birrell
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
et al.
Influence of Joint Pain on the Incidence and Progression of Disability in the Very Old: The Newcastle 85+ Study2016
Professor Simon Pearce
Dr Salman Razvi
Mohammad Yadegarfar
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Dr Andrew Kingston
et al.
Serum Thyroid Function, Mortality and Disability in Advanced Old Age: The Newcastle 85+Study2016
Dr Katie Brittain
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Louise Robinson
et al.
An investigation into the patterns of loneliness and loss in the oldest old – Newcastle 85+ Study2015
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