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Gage, H, Avery, M, Flannery, C, Williams, P and Fader, M (2016) Community prevalence of long-term urinary catheters use in England. Neurourol Urodyn.

Macaulay, M, Broadbridge, J, Gage, H, Williams, P, Birch, B, Moore, KN, Cottenden, A and Fader, MJ (2015) A trial of devices for urinary incontinence after treatment for prostate cancer BJU INTERNATIONAL, 116 (3). pp. 432-442.

Fader, MJ, Cottenden, AM, Gage, HM, Williams, P, Getliffe, K, Clarke-O'Neill, S, Jamieson, KM and Green, NJ (2014) Individual budgets for people with incontinence: Results from a 'shopping' experiment within the British National Health Service Health Expectations, 17 (2). pp. 186-196.

Goodman, C, L Davies, S, Norton, C, Fader, M, Morris, J, Wells, M and Gage, H (2013) Can district nurses and care home staff improve bowel care for older people using a clinical benchmarking tool? Br J Community Nurs, 18 (12). pp. 580-587.

Gage, H, Goodman, C, Davies, SL, Norton, C, Fader, M, Wells, M, Morris, J and Williams, P (2010) Laxative use in care homes JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 66 (6). pp. 1266-1272.

Fader, M, Cottenden, A, Getliffe, K, Gage, H, Clarke-O'Neill, S, Jamieson, K, Green, N, Williams, P, Brooks, R and Malone-Lee, J (2008) Absorbent products for urinary/faecal incontinence: A comparative evaluation of key product designs Health Technology Assessment, 12 (29). iii-129.

Fader, M, Cottenden, A, Getliffe, K, Gage, H, Clarke-O'Neill, S, Jamieson, K, Green, N, Williams, P, Brooks, R and Malone-Lee, J (2008) Absorbent products for urinary/faecal incontinence: a comparative evaluation of key product designs - Introduction Health Technology Assessment, 12 (29). 1-+.

Book Section

Goodman, C, Davies, S, Leyshon, S, Fader, M, Norton, C, Morris, J, Gage, H, Wells, M and See Tai, S (2007) Collaborating with primary care: promoting shared working between district nurses and care home staff. In: Understanding Care Homes: a Research and Development Perspective. Jessica Kingsley.

Report

Goodman, C, Davies, S, Norton, C, Leyshon, S, Gage, H, Fader, M, Morris, J, See Tai, S and Wells, M (2007) Can clinical benchmarking improve bowel care in care homes for older people? [Report]

Conference or Workshop Item

Fader, M, Clarke-O'Neill, S, Green, N, Jamieson, K, Gage, H, Getliffe, K, Brooks, R, Malone-Lee, J and Cottenden, A (2007) Gender differences in performance of and preferences for absorbent products for men and women with moderate-heavy urinary incontinence: A randomized cross-over clinical trial In: 37th Annual Meeting of the International-Continence-Society, ? - ?, Politics.

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