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Exploring feedback from research nurses in relation to the design and conduct of a randomised controlled trial of wound care treatments: a sequential, dependent, mixed-methods study (2020)
Journal Article
Long, J., Meethan, K., Arundel, C., Clarke, E., Firth, A., Sylvester, M., & Chetter, I. (2020). Exploring feedback from research nurses in relation to the design and conduct of a randomised controlled trial of wound care treatments: a sequential, dependent, mixed-methods study. Journal of tissue viability, 29(4), 342-347. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2020.07.007

Background Research nurse involvement in trials is crucial to successful conduct, however their feedback on trial design and conduct is not necessarily always collected and shared. This study was designed to explore research nurse feedback in rela... Read More about Exploring feedback from research nurses in relation to the design and conduct of a randomised controlled trial of wound care treatments: a sequential, dependent, mixed-methods study.

high INtensity Interval Training In pATiEnts with intermittent claudication (INITIATE): protocol for a multi-centre, proof-of-concept, prospective interventional study (2020)
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Pymer, S., Harwood, A., Ibeggazene, S., McGregor, G., Huang, C., Twiddy, M., …Chetter, I. C. (2020). high INtensity Interval Training In pATiEnts with intermittent claudication (INITIATE): protocol for a multi-centre, proof-of-concept, prospective interventional study. BMJ open, 10(7), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-038825

Introduction: The first-line recommended treatment for patients with intermittent claudication (IC), is a supervised exercise programme (SEP), which includes a minimum of 2 hours exercise per week over a 12-week period. However, provision, uptake, an... Read More about high INtensity Interval Training In pATiEnts with intermittent claudication (INITIATE): protocol for a multi-centre, proof-of-concept, prospective interventional study.

Self-reported skin concerns: An epidemiological study of community-dwelling older people (2018)
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Cowdell, F., Dyson, J., Long, J., & Macleod, U. (2018). Self-reported skin concerns: An epidemiological study of community-dwelling older people. International journal of older people nursing, 13(3), e12195. https://doi.org/10.1111/opn.12195

Background Globally the population is getting older and it is essential to develop effective interventions to promote healthy ageing. Skin change with age is inevitable and renders this often neglected organ more vulnerable to damage and breakdown;... Read More about Self-reported skin concerns: An epidemiological study of community-dwelling older people.