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O'Sullivan, Margaret, Jones, Anna‐Marie, Gage, Heather, Jordan, Jake, MacPepple, Ekelechi, Williams, Hugh, Verma, Sumita and Dore, Gregory (2020) ITTREAT (Integrated Community Test ‐ Stage ‐ TREAT) Hepatitis C service for people who use drugs: Real‐world outcomes Liver International, 40 (5). pp. 1021-1031.

Hurley, Michael V., Wood, Julia, Smith, Raymond, Grant, Robert, Jordan, Jake, Gage, Heather, Anderson, Leizl, Kennedy, Bernadette and Jones, Fiona (2019) The feasibility of increasing physical activity in care home residents: Active Residents in Care Homes (ARCH) programme Physiotherapy.

Frankland, Jane, Brodie, Hazel, Cooke, Debbie, Foster, Claire, Foster, Rebecca, Gage, Heather, Jordan, Jake, Mesa-Eguiagaray, Ines, Pickering, Ruth and Richardson, Alison (2019) Follow-up care after treatment for prostate cancer: evaluation of a supported self-management and remote surveillance programme BMC Cancer, 19 (1).

Usman, Adeela, Lewis, Sarah, Hinsliff-Smith, Kathryn, Long, Annabelle, Housley, Gemma, Jordan, Jake, Gage, Heather, Dening, Tom, Gladman, John R F and Gordon, Adam L (2019) Measuring health-related quality of life of care home residents: comparison of self-report with staff proxy responses Age and Ageing. pp. 1-7.

Usman, Adeela, Lewis, Sarah, Hinsliff-Smith, Kathryn, Long, Annabelle, Housley, Gemma, Jordan, Jake, Gage, Heather, Dening, Tom, Gladman, John R F and Gordon, Adam L (2018) Measuring health-related quality of life of care home residents, comparison of self-report with staff proxy responses for EQ-5D-5L and HowRu: protocol for assessing proxy reliability in care home outcome testing BMJ Open, 8 (8), e022127. pp. 1-6.

Macken, Lucia, Mason, Louise, Evans, Catherine, Gage, Heather, Jordan, Jake, Austin, Mark, Parnell, Nick, Cooper, Max, Steer, Shani, Boles, Justine, Bremner, Stephen, Lambert, Debbie, Crook, David, Earl, Gemma, Timeyin, Jean and Verma, Sumita (2018) Palliative long-term abdominal drains versus repeated drainage in individuals with untreatable ascites due to advanced cirrhosis: study protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial Trials, 19 (401).

Gordon, Adam L, Goodman, Claire, Davies, Sue L, Dening, Tom, Gage, Heather, Meyer, Julienne, Schneider, Justine, Bell, Brian, Jordan, Jake, Martin, Finbarr C, Iliffe, Steve, Bowman, Clive, Gladman, John R F, Victor, Christina, Mayrhofer, Andrea, Handley, Melanie and Zubair, Maria (2018) Optimal healthcare delivery to care homes in the UK: a realist evaluation of what supports effective working to improve healthcare outcomes Age and Ageing, 47 (4). pp. 595-603.

Goodman, Claire, Davies, Sue L, Gordon, Adam L, Dening, Tom, Gage, Heather, Meyer, Julienne, Schneider, Justine, Bell, Brian, Jordan, Jake, Martin, Finbarr, Iliffe, Steve, Bowman, Clive, Gladman, John RF, Victor, Christina, Mayrhofer, Andrea, Handley, Melanie and Zubair, Maria (2017) Optimal NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings Health Services and Delivery Research, 5 (29). pp. 1-204.

Frankland, Jane, Brodie, Hazel, Cooke, Deborah, Foster, Claire, Foster, Rebecca, Gage, Heather, Jordan, Jake, Mesa-Eguiagaray, Ines, Pickering, Ruth and Richardson, Alison (2017) Follow-up care after treatment for prostate cancer: protocol for an evaluation of a nurse-led supported self-management and remote surveillance programme BMC Cancer, 17 (656).

Sandsund, C, Towers, R, Thomas, K, Tigue, R, Lalji, A, Doyle, N, Jordan, Jake, Gage, Heather and Shaw, C (2017) Holistic needs assessment and care plans for women with gynaecological cancer: do they improve cancer-specific health-related quality of life? A randomised controlled trial using mixed methods BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 72 (1). S175-S175.

Jordan, Jake, Gage, Heather, Benton, B, Lalji, A, Norton, C and Andreyev, HJN (2017) Gastroenterologist and nurse management of symptoms after pelvic radiotherapy for cancer: an economic evaluation of a clinical Randomized Controlled Trial (the ORBIT study). ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research, 9. pp. 241-249.

Patel, S, Hee, SW, Mistry, D, Jordan, Jake, Brown, S, Dritsaki, M, Ellard, DR, Friede, T, Lamb, SE, Lord, J, Madan, J, Morris, T, Stallard, N, Tysall, C, Willis, A and Underwood, M (2016) Identifying back pain subgroups: developing and applying approaches using individual patient data collected within clinical trials Programme Grants Appl Res, 4 (10).

Drobniewski, F, Cooke, M, Jordan, J, Casali, N, Mugwagwa, T, Broda, A, Townsend, C, Sivaramakrishnan, A, Green, N, Jit, M, Lipman, M, Lord, J, White, PJ and Abubakar, I (2015) Systematic review, meta-analysis and economic modelling of molecular diagnostic tests for antibiotic resistance in tuberculosis HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT, 19 (34). 1-+.

Gage, H, Grainger, L, Ting, S, Williams, P, Chorley, C, Carey, G, Borg, N, Bryan, K, Castleton, B, Trend, P, Kaye, J, Jordan, J and Wade, D (2014) Specialist rehabilitation for people with Parkinson's disease in the community: a randomized controlled trial Health Services and Delivery Research, 2 (51).

Sharples, L, Glover, M, Clutterbuck-James, A, Bennett, M, Jordan, J, Chadwick, R, Pittman, M, East, C, Cameron, M, Davies, M, Oscroft, N, Smith, I, Morrell, M and , F (2014) Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness results from the randomised controlled Trial of Oral Mandibular Advancement Devices for Obstructive sleep apnoea–hypopnoea (TOMADO) and long-term economic analysis of oral devices and continuous positive airway pressure Health Technology Assessment, 18 (67). pp. 1-296.

Quinnell, TG, Bennett, M, Jordan, J, Clutterbuck-James, AL, Davies, MG, Smith, IE, Oscroft, N, Pittman, MA, Cameron, M, Chadwick, R, Morrell, MJ, Glover, Matthew J, Fox-Rushby, JA and Sharples, LD (2014) A crossover randomised controlled trial of oral mandibular advancement devices for obstructive sleep apnoea-hypopnoea (TOMADO) Thorax, 69. pp. 938-945.

Jordan, J, Dowson, H, Gage, Heather, Jackson, Daniel and Rockall, T (2014) Laparoscopic versus open colorectal resection for cancer and polyps: a cost-effectiveness study. Clinicoecon Outcomes Res, 6. pp. 415-422.

Book Section

Jordan, J and Gilbert, N (1999) Think local - act global: discourses of environment and local protest In: Environmental Futures. Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 39-53.

Conference or Workshop Item

Quinnell, TG, Clutterbuck-James, AL, Bennett, M, Jordan, J, Chadwick, R, Davies, MG, Oscroft, N, Smith, IE, East, CL, Pittman, MA, Cameron, M, Morrell, MJ, Glover, M, Fox-Rushby, JA and Sharples, LD (2014) Randomised controlled trial of mandibular advancement devices for obstructive sleep apnoea (TOMADO): one year follow-up In: 22nd Congress of the European-Sleep-Research-Society, 2014-09-16 - 2014-09-20, Tallinn, ESTONIA.

Quinnell, TG, Pittman, MA, Bennett, M, Jordan, J, Clutterbuck-James, AL, East, CL, Davies, MG, Oscroft, N, Cameron, M, Chadwick, R, Smith, IE, Morrell, M, Glover, M, Fox-Rushby, JA and Sharples, LD (2013) TOMADO: A CROSSOVER RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF ORAL MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT DEVICES FOR OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA-HYPOPNOEA In: Winter Meeting of the British-Thoracic-Society, 2013-12-04 - 2013-12-06, London, ENGLAND.

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