Recipient Comorbidity and Survival Outcomes after Kidney Transplantation: a UK-wide Prospective Cohort Study. [Renal Disease]
Transplantation (in press)
doi: 10.1097/TP.0000000000002931 [Epub ahead of print]
Individualised, condition-specific measures of quality of life, designed using a common template and item bank, facilitate cross-condition comparisons. [Quality of Life]
Qual Life Res 27 (Suppl 1) S155 (3005).
Health status and quality of life in people living with HIV (PLWH): results from the ICONA cohort. [HIV : Quality of Life]
Journal of the International AIDS Society 21 (Suppl 8), P213.
Psychometric development and preliminary analyses of a new symptom measure for individuals living with HIV: HIV Symptom Rating Questionnaire (HIVSRQ) [HIV : Symptom Rating]
Journal of the International AIDS Society 21 (Suppl 8), P065
Psychometric validation of three new condition-specific questionnaires to assess quality of life, symptoms and treatment satisfaction of patients with aortic aneurysms. [Aortic Aneurysm : Treatment Satisfaction]
Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes 3: 29.
Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the 16-Item Well-Being Questionnaire (W-BQ16) with people living with HIV in the UK and the US. [HIV : Well Being]
European AIDS Clinical Society Resource Library: Available online:
Design and psychometric evaluation of a new symptom measure for individuals living with HIV (HIV Symptom Rating Questionnaire: HIVSRQ). [HIV : Symptom Rating]
European AIDS Clinical Society Resource Library: Available online.
Impact of HIV on quality of life: Preliminary data using the HIV Dependent Quality of Life (HIVDQoL) questionnaire in the UK and US. [HIV : Quality of Life]
European AIDS Clinical Society Resource Library: Available online
Assessing consensus between UK renal clinicians on listing for kidney transplantation: a modified Delphi study. [Renal Disease]
Transplantation Direct 2018; 4: e343;
Variation in Practice Patterns for Listing Patients for Renal Transplantation in the United Kingdom: a National Survey. [Renal Disease]
Transplantation 102 (6), 961-968.
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