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2012Do good health and material circumstances protect older people from the increased risk of death after bereavement?Shah, SM; Carey, IM; Harris, TJ; DeWilde, S; Victor, CR; Cook, DG
2017Effect of a primary care walking intervention with and without nurse support on physical activity levels in 45- to 75-year-olds: The pedometer and consultation evaluation (PACE-UP) cluster randomised clinical trialHarris, T; Kerry, SM; Limb, ES; Victor, CR; Iliffe, S; Ussher, M; Whincup, PH; Ekelund, U; Fox-Rushby, J; Furness, C; Anokye, N; Ibison, J; DeWilde, S; David, L; Howard, E; Dale, R; Smith, J; Cook, DG
2017“I'm sure we made it a better study…” Parent carers’ and adults with intellectual disabilities’ experiences of patient and public involvement in a health research studyCarey, I; Hosking, F; DeWilde, S; Cook, D; Manners, P; Harris, T
2013Initiation of psychotropic medication after partner bereavement: A matched cohort studyShah, SM; Carey, IM; Harris, T; DeWilde, S; Victor, CR; Cook, DG
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; Ussher, M; Ekelund, U; Fox-Rushby, J; Whincup, P; David, L; Brewin, D; Ibison, J; DeWilde, S; Limb, E; Anokye, N; Furness, C; Howard, E; Dale, R; Cook, DG
2018Physical activity levels in adults and older adults 3–4 years after pedometer-based walking interventions: Long-term follow-up of participants from two randomised controlled trials in UK primary careHarris, T; Kerry, SM; Limb, ES; Furness, C; Wahlich, C; Victor, CR; Iliffe, S; Whincup, PH; Ussher, M; Ekelund, U; Fox-Rushby, J; Ibison, J; DeWilde, S; McKay, C; Cook, DG
2017Relating process evaluation measures to complex intervention outcomes: findings from the PACE-UP primary care pedometer-based walking trialHoward, E; Limb, E; Cook, D; Kerry, S; wahlich, C; Victor, C; ekland, U; Iliffe, S; usher, M; Whincup, P; Fox Rushby, J; Ibison, J; DeWilde, S; harris, T