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Management of adults with primary frozen shoulder in secondary care (UK FROST): a multicentre, pragmatic, parallel group, three-arm, superiority, randomised clinical trial (2020)
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Rangan, A., Brealey, S., Keding, A., Corbacho, B., Northgraves, M., Kottam, L., …Toye, F. (in press). Management of adults with primary frozen shoulder in secondary care (UK FROST): a multicentre, pragmatic, parallel group, three-arm, superiority, randomised clinical trial. Lancet,

Background: Manipulation under anaesthesia (MUA) or arthroscopic capsular release (ACR), are costly and invasive treatments for frozen shoulders but their effectiveness remains uncertain. We compared these two surgical interventions with early struct... Read More about Management of adults with primary frozen shoulder in secondary care (UK FROST): a multicentre, pragmatic, parallel group, three-arm, superiority, randomised clinical trial.

Clinical Competencies for the Care of Hospitalized Patients with Alcohol Use Disorders (2020)
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Phillips, T., Porter, A., & Sinclair, J. (2020). Clinical Competencies for the Care of Hospitalized Patients with Alcohol Use Disorders. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 55(4), 395-400. https://doi.org/10.1093/alcalc/agaa024

Aims The UK government aims to develop alcohol care teams (ACTs) that provide care for alcohol dependence in general hospital settings. Service descriptors have been identified to support the development of ACTs. The aim of this study was to use Del... Read More about Clinical Competencies for the Care of Hospitalized Patients with Alcohol Use Disorders.

Timing of electronic reminders did not improve trial participant questionnaire response: a randomized trial and meta-analyses (2020)
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Sarathy, P. P., Kottam, L., Mitchell, A., Parker, A., Brealey, S., Coleman, E., …Keding, A. (in press). Timing of electronic reminders did not improve trial participant questionnaire response: a randomized trial and meta-analyses. Journal of clinical epidemiology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.03.001

Objectives To assess whether timing of SMS reminders improved postal questionnaire return rates from participants in a randomized controlled trial (RCT). Study Design and Setting A Study Within A Trial (SWAT) embedded in a multi-centre RCT evalu... Read More about Timing of electronic reminders did not improve trial participant questionnaire response: a randomized trial and meta-analyses.


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