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2008Less healthy, but more active: Opposing selection biases when recruiting older people to a physical activity study through primary careHarris, TJ; Victor, CR; Carey, IM; Adams, R; Cook, DG
2013The meaning and importance of dignified care: Findings from a survey of health and social care professionalsCairns, D; Williams, V; Victor, CR; Richards, S; Le May, A, et al
2014Older people's participation and engagement in falls prevention interventions: Comparing rates and settingsNyman, SR; Victor, CR
2013PACE-UP (Pedometer and consultation evaluation - UP) – a pedometer-based walking intervention with and without practice nurse support in primary care patients aged 45–75 years: study protocol for a randomised controlled trialHarris, T; Kerry, SM; Victor, CR; Shah, SM; Iliffe, S, et al
2008The prevalence of and risk factors for loneliness among older people in ChinaYang, K; Victor, CR
2015A primary care nurse-delivered walking intervention in older adults: PACE (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation)-lift cluster randomised controlled trialHarris, T; Kerry, SM; Victor, CR; Ekelund, U; Woodcock, A, et al
2010Psychosocial impact of visual impairment in working age adultsNyman, SR; Gosney, MA; Victor, CR
2013Randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention by primary care nurses to increase walking in patients aged 60–74 years: Protocol of the PACE-Lift (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation - Lift) trialHarris, TJ; Kerry, S; Victor, CR; Ekelund, U; Woodcock, A, et al
2011A systematic review of integrated working between care homes and health care servicesDavies, S; Goodman, C; Bunn, F; Victor, CR; Dickinson, A, et al
2014Which older people decline participation in a primary care trial of physical activity and why: insights from a mixed methods approachRogers, A; Harris, T; Victor, CR; Woodcock, A; Limb, E, et al