Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Sunshine, Sea, and Season of Birth: MS Incidence in Wales. PLOS ONE 11(5), e0155181
  2. & Outcome measures for multiple sclerosis. Physical Therapy Reviews 19(1), 24-38.
  3. & Desirability and expectations of the UK MS Register: Views of people with MS. International Journal of Medical Informatics
  4. & How People with Multiple Sclerosis Rate Their Quality of Life: An EQ-5D Survey via the UK MS Register. PLoS ONE 8(6)
  5. & Identifying and Addressing the Barriers to the Use of an Internet-Register for Multiple Sclerosis. International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics 8(1)-16.
  6. & The Physical and Psychological Impact of Multiple Sclerosis Using the MSIS-29 via the Web Portal of the UK MS Register. PLoS ONE 8(1), e55422
  7. & Commentary on 'Disability outcome measures in multiple sclerosis clinical trials'. Multiple Sclerosis Journal
  8. & A Large-Scale Study of Anxiety and Depression in People with Multiple Sclerosis: A Survey via the Web Portal of the UK MS Register. PLoS ONE 7(7), e41910
  9. & The feasibility of collecting information from people with Multiple Sclerosis for the UK MS Register via a web portal: characterising a cohort of people with MS. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 12(1), 73
  10. & Changes in the key areas of quality of life associated with age and time since diagnosis of long-term conditions. Chronic Illness 8(2), 112-120.
  11. & The cost effectiveness of NHS physiotherapy support for Occupational Health (OH) services. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 13(1), 29
  12. & Sources of Discovery, Reasons for Registration, and Expectations of an Internet-Based Register for Multiple Sclerosis. International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics 7(3), 27-43.
  13. & Therapeutic ultrasound: The effects upon cutaneous blood flow in humans. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology 33(2), 279-285.
  14. & A pilot investigation of the hypoalgesic effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation upon low back pain in people with multiple sclerosis. Clinical Rehabilitation 17(7), 742-749.
  15. & A pilot investigation of the hypoalgesic effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation upon low back pain in people with multiple sclerosis. Clinical Rehabilitation 17(7), 742-749.
  16. & Interferential therapy: lack of effect upon experimentally induced delayed onset muscle soreness. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging 22(5), 339-347.
  17. & Interferential therapy: lack of effect upon experimentally induced delayed onset muscle soreness. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging 22(5), 339-347.
  18. & The effect of three electrotherapeutic modalities upon peripheral nerve conduction and mechanical pain threshold. Clinical Physiology 21(6), 704-711.
  19. Study of the effects of various transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) parameters upon the RIII nociceptive and H-reflexes in humans. Clinical Physiology 20(3), 191-199.
  20. & The effect of interferential therapy upon cutaneous blood flow in humans. Clinical Physiology 20(1), 2-7.
  21. & A controlled study on the effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and interferential therapy upon the RIII nociceptive and H-reflexes in humans. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 81(3), 324-333.