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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    26 July 2019A 24 month longitudinal qualitative study of women’s experience of electromyography biofeedback pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) and PFMT alone for urinary incontinence: adherence, outcome and context  Bugge, C; Hay-Smith, J; Grant, A; et al.
    1 November 2017Approaches to modelling the cost-effectiveness of interventions for heart failure: a systematic review  Sadler, S; Watson, L; Crathorne, L; et al.
    26 July 2019Apps-olutely fabulous? - The quality of PFMT smartphone app content and design rated using the Mobile App Rating Scale, Behaviour Change Taxonomy, and guidance for exercise prescription  Hay-Smith, J; Peebles, L; Farmery, D; et al.
    14 March 2018Are the new drugs better? Changing UK prescribing of Type 2 diabetes medications and effects on HbA1c and weight, 2010 to 2016  Dennis, JM; Henley, WE; Weedon, MN; et al.
    26 July 2019“Are you doing your pelvic floors?” An ethnographic exploration of discussions between women and health professionals about pelvic floor muscle exercises during pregnancy  Terry, R; Jarvie, R; Hay-Smith, J; et al.
    1 July 2015The association of perseverative negative thinking with negative affect in long term conditions: A systematic review  Trick, Leanne; Watkins, E.R; Dickens, Chris
    5 October 2018Broad changes in body mass index between age 10 and adulthood are associated with type 2 diabetes risk independently of adult body mass index  Tyrrell, J; Yaghootkar, H; Jones, SE; et al.
    2014A discrete event simulation model to support bed management  Landa, Paolo; Sonnessa, Michele; Tànfani, Elena; et al.
    26 July 2019Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of biofeedback-assisted pelvic floor muscle training for female urinary incontinence: a multicentre randomised controlled trial  Hagen, S; Elders, A; Henderson, L; et al.
    22 March 2017Exploring the Social Needs and Challenges of Chinese American Immigrant Breast Cancer Survivors: A qualitative study using an expressive writing approach (conference presentation)  Warmoth, KM; Cheung, B; You, J; et al.
    1 August 2016Gene-obesogenic environment interactions in the UK Biobank study  Tyrrell, J; Yaghootkar, H; Beaumont, R; et al.
    2 November 2016Growth trajectories and their associated risk factors among children in Scotland  Doi, L; Williams, AJ; Frank, J
    1 September 2014Helping, I Mean Assessing Psychiatric Communication: An Applicaton of Incremental Self-Repair Detection  McCabe, Rose; Howes, Christine; Hough, J; et al.
    11 April 2016The hospital discharge game : A game theory-inspired workshop to encourage cooperation between health and social care organisations  Chalk, D; Manzi, S
    1 October 2018Is 20 Plenty For Health? Methods for an evaluation of the 20 mph/30kph speed limit in Edinburgh and Belfast on a range of public health outcomes  Jepson, R; Hunter, R; Williams, AJ; et al.
    2010Neurological conditions and falls  Goodwin, VA
    30 September 2019Precision medicine in type 2 diabetes: harnessing individual-level trial data alongside routine care records to identify predictors of response to SGLT2 inhibitors and DPP4 inhibitors  Dennis, JM; Henley, W; Jones, A; et al.
    31 October 2016Predictors of multiple treatment failure of antipsychotics in early-onset psychosis  Pina-Camacho, L; Dean, H; Lechler, S; et al.
    26 July 2019A process evaluation study investigating fidelity and dose of intervention delivery and uptake of pelvic floor muscle training delivered in a randomised controlled trial  Dean, S; Hay-Smith, J; Bugge, C; et al.
    27 December 2018The results and challenges of using administrative health data within a natural experimental evaluation of the abolition of prescription fees in Scotland  Williams, AJ; Henley, W; Frank, J