This section lists studies that PCTU has been involved in that have been completed and published.
A randomised control trial to test whether active vitamin D can improve the clinical response to steroids in asthmatic patients.
Prof Christopher Corrigan
Study: Development of a UK evidence-based pathway for the management of chronic constipation in adults
Chief Investigator: Professor Charles Knowles, Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (RP-PG-0612-20001)
Sponsor: Barts Health NHS Trust
PCTU Ref: P127
Development of a UK evidence-based algorithm for management of chronic constipation
Professor Charles Knowles, Queen Mary University of London
Comm Skill/ Psychosis
Developing and piloting a new intervention to improve psychiatrist-patient communication about psychosis
Professor Rose McCabe, City University of London
A pilot trial to assess the effect of a structured COMmunication approach on QUality Of Life in secure mental health settings
Dr. Douglas MacInnes, Canterbury Christ Church University
MacInnes D, Kinane C, Parrott J, Mansfield J, Craig T, Eldridge S, Marsh I, Chan C, Hounsome N, Harrison G, Priebe S. A pilot cluster randomised trial to assess the effect of a structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings: The Comquol Study. BMC Psychiatry 2016;16:335.
MacInnes D, Kinane C, Beer D, Parrott J, Craig T, Eldridge S, Marsh I, Krotofil J, Priebe S. Study to assess the effect of a structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings (Comquol): study protocol for a pilot cluster randomized trial. Trials 2013;14:257.
CONtrol of Faecal Incontinence using Distal NeuromodulaTion
Professor Charles Knowles, Queen Mary University of London
Knowles CH, Horrocks EJ, Bremner SA, Stevens N, Norton C, O'Connell PR, Eldridge S ( 2015 ) Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation versus sham electrical stimulation for the treatment of faecal incontinence in adults (CONFIDeNT): A double-blind, multicentre, pragmatic, parallel-group, randomised controlled trial . The Lancet vol. 386 , ( 10004 ) 1640 - 1648 10.1016/S0140-6736(15)60314-2
Knowles CH, Horrocks EJ, Stevens N, Norton C, Eldridge S. The CONFIDeNT trial - Authors' reply. Lancet 2016;387:644-5.
COping with persistent Pain, Effectiveness Research for Self-management: a randomised controlled trial
Professor Stephanie Taylor, Queen Mary University of London
Taylor SJ, Carnes D, Homer K, Kahan BC, Hounsome N, Eldridge S, Spencer A, Pincus T, Rahman A, Underwood M. Novel Three-Day, Community-Based, Nonpharmacological Group Intervention for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain (COPERS): A Randomised Clinical Trial. PLoS Med 2016;13:e1002040.
Taylor SJC, Carnes D, Homer K, Pincus T, Kahan BC, Hounsome N, Eldridge S, Spencer A, Diaz-Ordaz K, Rahman A, Mars TS, Foell J, Griffiths CJ, Underwood MR. Improving the self-management of chronic pain: COping with persistent Pain, Effectiveness Research in Self-management (COPERS). Programme Grants for Applied Research 2016;4:14.
Kahan BC, Diaz-Ordaz K, Homer K, Carnes D, Underwood M, Taylor SJ, Bremner SA, Eldridge S. Coping with persistent pain, effectiveness research into self-management (COPERS): statistical analysis plan for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2014;15:59
Carnes D, Taylor SJ, Homer K, Eldridge S, Bremner S, Pincus T, Rahman A, Underwood M. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a novel, group self-management course for adults with chronic musculoskeletal pain: study protocol for a multicentre, randomised controlled trial (COPERS). BMJ Open 2013;3:
Miss Elizabeth Ball, Queen Mary University, London
Spot protein creatinine ratio (SPCr) and spot albumin creatinine ratio (SACr) in the assessment of pre-eclampsia: A diagnostic accuracy study with decision analytic model based economic evaluation and acceptability analysis
Dr Elizabeth Ball, Queen Mary University of London
Waugh J, Hooper R, Lamb E, Robson S, Shennan A, Milne F, Price C, Thangaratinam S et al. ( 2017 ). Spot protein-creatinine ratio and spot albumin-creatinine ratio in the assessment of pre-eclampsia: A diagnostic accuracy study with decision-analytic model-based economic evaluation and acceptability analysis . Health Technology Assessment vol. 21 , ( 61 ) 1 - 90 10.3310/hta21610
AntiEpileptic drug Monitoring in PREgnancy: an evaluation of effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and acceptability of monitoring strategies
Professor Khalid Khan, Queen Mary University of London
Thangaratinam S, Marlin N, Newton S, Weckesser A, Bagary M, Greenhill L, Rikunenko R, D'Amico M, Rogozinska E, Kelso A, Hard K, Coleman J, Moss N, Roberts T, Middleton L, Dodds J, Pullen A, Eldridge S, Pirie A, Denny E, McCorry D, Khan KS. AntiEpileptic drug Monitoring in PREgnancy (EMPiRE): a double-blind randomised trial on effectiveness and acceptability of monitoring strategies. Health Technol Assess 2018;22:1-152. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta22230
Study: Enabling and Motivating People (with a Personality Disorder) in Occupation, Wellbeing, Education and Responsibility
Chief Investigator: Dr Janet Feigenbaum, North East London NHS Foundation Trust
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (RP-PG-1212-20011)
Sponsor: North East London NHS Foundation Trust
PCTU Ref: P257
Study: Enhanced discharge from inpatient to community mental health care (ENRICH): a programme of applied research to manualise, pilot and trial a Peer Worker intervention
Chief Investigator: Professor Steve Gillard, St George's, University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (RP-PG-1212-20019)
Sponsor: South West London and St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust
PCTU Ref: P154
Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients (EPOCH) Trial:
A stepped wedge cluster randomised trial of a quality improvement intervention for patients undergoing emergency laparotomy
Professor Rupert Pearse, Queen Mary University of London
Effective Patient-Clinician Communication in Community Mental Health Care
Professor Stefan Priebe, University College London
Effect of simple, targeted diet in pregnant women with metabolic risk factors on pre-eclampsia: A randomised trial
Professor Shakila Thangaratinam, Queen Mary University of London
Al Wattar HB, Dodds J, Hooper R, Khan KK, Thangaratinam S ( 2018 ) . Effects of Mediterranean-style diet in pregnancies with metabolic risk factors (ESTEEM): A pragmatic multicentre randomized trial. BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY . vol. 125 , 108 - 108.
FINS Active Case Finding
Improving Continence in people with inflammatory bowel disease: active-finding and a randomised controlled trial
Professor Christine Norton, King's College London
Norton C, Dibley LB, Hart A, Duncan J, Emmanuel A, Knowles CH, Stevens N, Terry H, Verjee A, Kerry S, Hounsome N. Faecal incontinence intervention study (FINS): self-management booklet information with or without nurse support to improve continence in people with inflammatory bowel disease: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2015;16:444.
Study: A cluster trial of the benefits of a place and household-level subsidy for fresh fruit and vegetables on diet, health and the wider environment
Chief Investigator: Dr Clare Relton, Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Public Health Research (NIHR129937)
Sponsor: Queen Mary university of London
PCTU Ref: P318
Randomised trial of a guided e-learning health promotion intervention for managers based on management standards for the improvement of employee wellbeing and reduction of sickness absence
Professor Stephen A Stansfeld, Queen Mary University of London
Stansfeld SA, Berney L, Bhui K, Chandola T, Costelloe C, Hounsome N, Kerry S, Lanz D, Russell J. Pilot study of a randomised trial of a guided e-learning health promotion intervention for managers based on management standards for the improvement of employee well-being and reduction of sickness absence: the GEM (Guided E-learning for Managers) study. Public Health Research 2015;3:9.
Stansfeld SA, Kerry S, Chandola T, Russell J, Berney L, Hounsome N, Lanz D, Costelloe C, Smuk M, Bhui K. Pilot study of a cluster randomised trial of a guided e-learning health promotion intervention for managers based on management standards for the improvement of employee well-being and reduction of sickness absence: GEM Study. BMJ Open 2015;5:e007981.
Selection of sperm for Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) by prior hyaluronic acid binding: improving the outcomes of Assisted Conception procedures and reducing miscarriage rates.
Dr David Miller, University of Leeds
Chronic viral hepatitis in ethnic minorities. Strategies to prevent the predicted increase in mortality
Professor Graham Foster, Queen Mary University of London
Flanagan S, Kunkel J, Appleby V, Eldridge SE, Ismail S, Moreea S, Griffiths C, Walton R, Pitt M, Salmon A, Madurasinghe V, Barnes E, Simms E, Agarwal K, Foster GR. Case finding and therapy for chronic viral hepatitis in primary care (HepFREE): a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Lancet Gastroenterol Hepatol 2018; https://doi.org/10.1016/S2468-1253(18)30318-2
IMPlementing IMProved Asthma self-management as Routine Treatment
Dr.Hilary Pinnock , Queen Mary University of London
Exploring shared decision- making practices during involuntary hospital treatment
Dr. Domenico Giacco, Queen Mary University of London
Study: Accuracy of clinical characteristics, biochemical and ultrasound markers in the prediction of preeclampsia: an Individual Patient Data (IPD) Meta-analysis
Chief Investigator: Professor Shakila Thangaratinam, Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Health Technology Assessment (14/158/02)
Sponsor: Barts NHS Trust
PCTU Ref: P177
Effects of weight management interventions on maternal and fetal outcomes in pregnancy: Individual patient data (IPD) meta analysis of randomised trials and model based economic evaluation
Rogozinska E, Marlin N, Betran AP, Astrup A, Bogaerts A, Cecatti JG, Devlieger R, Dodd JM, El Beltagy N, Facchinetti F, Geiker NRW, Guelfi KJ, Haakstad LAH, Harrison CL, Hauner H, Jensen DM, Kinnunen TI, Khoury J, Luoto R, McAuliffe F, Motahari N, Morkved S, Owens J, Perales M, Petrella E, Phelan S, Poston L, Rauh K, Renault KM, Sagedal LR, Salvesen KA, Shen GX, Shub A, Scudeller T, Surita FG, Stafne SN, Teede H, Tonstad S, van Poppel MNM, Vinter CA, Vistad I, Yeo S, Dodds J, Kerry S, Jackson L, Barton P, Molyneaux E, Martin AA, Rayanagoudar G, Ruifrok AE, Roberts T, de Groot CJM, Coomarasamy A, Mol BWJ, Zamora J, Khan KS, Riley RD, Thangaratinam S. Effect of diet and physical activity based interventions in pregnancy on gestational weight gain and pregnancy outcomes: meta-analysis of individual participant data from randomised trials The International Weight Management in Pregnancy (i-WIP) Collaborative Group. BMJ 2017;358: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j3119
Discharge planning for the homeless, examining The London Pathway. Does a GP led discharge team reduce the in-patient burden and improve quality of care?
Hewett N, Buchman P, Musariri J, Sargeant C, Johnson P, Abeysekera K, Grant L, Oliver EA, Eleftheriades C, McCormick B, Halligan A, Marlin N, Kerry S, Foster GR. Randomised controlled trial of GP-led in-hospital management of homeless people ('Pathway'). Clin Med 2016;16:223-9.
A smartphone app using psychological approaches for women with chronic pelvic pain: a randomised feasibility trial
Dr. Elizabeth Ball, Queen Mary University of London
NEWTON SL, Ball E, Kahan B, Forbes G, Wright N, Cantalapiedra-Calvete C, Gibson H, Rogozinska E et al. ( 2018 ) . Smartphone App Using Mindfulness Meditation for Women With Chronic Pelvic Pain (MEMPHIS): Protocol for a Randomized Feasibility Trial . Journal of Medical Internet Research vol. 7, (1)
Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Body Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia – A Multi-Centre Randomised Controlled Trial
Professor Stefan Priebe, Queen Mary University of London
Priebe S, Savill M, Wykes T, Bentall R, Lauber C, Reininghaus U, McCrone P, Mosweu I, Bremner S, Eldridge S, Rohricht F. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of body psychotherapy in the treatment of negative symptoms of schizophrenia: a multicentre randomised controlled trial. Health Technol Assess 2016;20:vii-xxiii, 1-100.
Priebe S, Savill M, Wykes T, Bentall RP, Reininghaus U, Lauber C, Bremner S, Eldridge S, Rohricht F. Effectiveness of group body psychotherapy for negative symptoms of schizophrenia: multicentre randomised controlled trial. Br J Psychiatry 2016;209:54-61.
Priebe S, Savill M, Reininghaus U, Wykes T, Bentall R, Lauber C, McCrone P, Rohricht F, Eldridge S. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of body psychotherapy in the treatment of negative symptoms of schizophrenia--a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry 2013;13:26.
Effect of an Education Programme for South Asians with Asthma and Their Clinicians: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial
Professor Chris Griffiths, Queen Mary University of London
Griffiths C, Bremner S, Islam K, Sohanpal R, Vidal DL, Dawson C, Foster G, Ramsay J, Feder G, Taylor S, Barnes N, Choudhury A, Packe G, Bayliss E, Trathen D, Moss P, Cook V, Livingstone AE, Eldridge S. Effect of an Education Programme for South Asians with Asthma and Their Clinicians: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial (OEDIPUS). PLoS One 2016;11:e0158783
Older People's Exercise Intervention in Residential and Nursing Accommodation
Dr. Stephanie Taylor, Queen Mary University of London
Underwood M, Lamb SE, Eldridge S, Sheehan B, Slowther A, Spencer A, Thorogood M, Atherton N, Bremner SA, Devine A, Diaz-Ordaz K, Ellard DR, Potter R, Spanjers K, Taylor SJ. Exercise for depression in care home residents: a randomised controlled trial with cost-effectiveness analysis (OPERA). Health Technol Assess 2013;17:1-281.
Underwood M, Eldridge S, Lamb S, Potter R, Sheehan B, Slowther AM, Taylor S, Thorogood M, Weich S. The OPERA trial: protocol for a randomised trial of an exercise intervention for older people in residential and nursing accommodation. Trials 2011;12:27.
Randomised controlled trial of a pedometer-based walking intervention with and without practice nurse support in primary care patients aged 45-74 years
Dr. Tess Harris, St. George's University of London
Anokye N, Fox-Rushby J, Sanghera S, Cook DG, Limb E, Furness C, Kerry SM, Victor CR, Iliffe S, Ussher M, Whincup PH, Ekelund U, deWilde S, Harris T. Short-term and long-term cost-effectiveness of a pedometer-based exercise intervention in primary care: a within-trial analysis and beyond-trial modelling. BMJ Open 2018;8:e021978. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-021978
Furness C, Howard E, Limb E, Cook DG, Kerry S, Wahlich C, Victor C, Ekelund U, Iliffe S, Ussher M, Whincup P, Fox-Rushby J, Ibison J, DeWilde S, Harris T. Relating process evaluation measures to complex intervention outcomes: findings from the PACE-UP primary care pedometer-based walking trial. Trials 2018;19:58. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-017-2428-z
Harris 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. Physical 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 care. PLoS Med 2018;15:e1002526. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1002526
Kerry SM, Morgan KE, Limb E, Cook DG, Furness C, Carey I, DeWilde S, Victor CR, Iliffe S, Whincup P, Ussher M, Ekelund U, Fox-Rushby J, Ibison J, Harris T. Interpreting population reach of a large, successful physical activity trial delivered through primary care. BMC Public Health 2018;18:170. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5034-4
Normansell R, Holmes R, Victor C, Cook DG, Kerry S, Iliffe S, Ussher M, Fox-Rushby J, Whincup P, Harris T. Exploring non-participation in primary care physical activity interventions: PACE-UP trial interview findings.Trials 2016;17:178
Harris 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. PACE-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 trial. Trials 2013;14:418.
Study: Posturing in Macular Hole Surgery. A multicentre interventional comparative randomised controlled clinical trial comparing face-down positioning, with an inactive face-forward position on the outcome of surgery for large macular holes.
Chief Investigator: Professor James Bainbridge, University College London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (27/04/2PB-PG-0213-30085)
Sponsor: Moorfield's Eye Hospital NHS Trust
PCTU Ref: P110
Development and validation of a Prediction model for Risk of complications in Early onset Pre-eclampsia
Thangaratinam S, Allotey J, Marlin N, Dodds J, Cheong-See F, von Dadelszen P, Ganzevoort W, Akkermans J, Kerry S, Mol BW, Moons KG, Riley RD, Khan KS. Prediction of complications in early-onset pre-eclampsia (PREP): development and external multinational validation of prognostic models. BMC Med 2017;15:68. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12916-017-0827-3
Thangaratinam S, Allotey J, Marlin N, Mol BW, Von Dadelszen P, Ganzevoort W, Akkermans J, Ahmed A, Daniels J, Deeks J, Ismail K, Barnard AM, Dodds J, Kerry S, Moons C, Riley RD, Khan KS. Development and validation of Prediction models for Risks of complications in Early-onset Pre-eclampsia (PREP): a prospective cohort study. Health Technol Assess 2017;21:1-100. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta21180
Study: Patient Reported Outcome MeasureS using electronic informed consent and data capture – developing methods and infrastructure
Chief Investigators: Professor Sandra Eldridge, Dr Richard Hooper, Professor Charles Knowles; Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR CTU Support Funding (NIHR129741)
PCTU Ref: P265
Patient Reported Outcome MeasureS using electronic informed consent and data capture – developing methods and infrastructure
Dr Richard Hooper, Queen Mary University of London
Quality and Effectiveness of Supported Tenancies for people with mental health problems
Dr Helen Killaspy, University College London
Effectiveness of HIV screening in Primary Care:
A cluster RCT and economic analysis
Leber W, McMullen H, Bremner S, Kerry S, Millett D, Mguni S, Awosika D, Creighton S, Figueroa J, Hart G, Sampson M, Anderson J, Griffiths C. Can point of care HIV testing in primary care increase identification of HIV? The RHIVA 2 cluster randomised controlled trial - update. HIV Medicine 2012;13:7-7.
A Randomised Controlled Trial of Intra-Operative Cell Salvage during Caesarean Section in Women at Risk of Haemorrhage
Khan KS, Moore P, Wilson M, Hooper R, Allard S, Wrench I, Roberts T, McLoughlin C, Beresford L, Geoghegan J, Daniels J, Catling S, Clark VA, Ayuk P, Robson S, Gao-Smith F, Hogg M, Jackson L, Lanz D, Dodds J. A randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of intraoperative cell salvage during caesarean section inwomen at risk of haemorrhage: the SALVO (cell SALVage in Obstetrics) trial. Health Technol Assess 2018;22:1-88. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta22020
Khan KS, Moore PAS, Wilson MJ, Hooper R, Allard S, Wrench I, Beresford L, Roberts TE, McLoughlin C, Geoghegan J, Daniels JP, Catling S, Clark VA, Ayuk P, Robson S, Gao-Smith F, Hogg M, Lanz D, Dodds J, group Ss. Cell salvage and donor blood transfusion during cesarean section: A pragmatic, multicentre randomised controlled trial (SALVO). PLoS Med 2017;14:e1002471. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1002471
Study: Improving quality of life and health outcomes of patients with psychosis through a new structured intervention for expanding social networks
Chief Investigator: Dr. Domenico Giacco, Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (RP-PG-0615-20009)
Sponsor: East London NHS Foundation Trust
PCTU Ref: P206
A Randomised pilot and feasability study of sacral and percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence.
McAlees E, Vollebregt PF, Stevens N, Dudding TC, Emmanuel AV, Furlong PL, Hamdy S, Hooper RL, Jones JFX, Norton C, O'Connell PR, Scott SM, Knowles CH. Efficacy and mechanism of sub-sensory sacral (optimised) neuromodulation in adults with faecal incontinence: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2018;19:336. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-018-2689-1
Thin NN, Taylor SJ, Bremner SA, Emmanuel AV, Hounsome N, Williams NS, Knowles CH. Randomized clinical trial of sacral versus percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation in patients with faecal incontinence. Br J Surg 2015;102:349-58.
Study: Optimising pharmacist-based treatment for smoking cessation
Chief Investigator: Professor Robert Walton, Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (RP-PG-0609-10181)
PCTU Ref: P027
A peer-support weight action programme to supplement brief advice in general practice
Dr Hayden McRobbie, Queen Mary University of London
Randomised, Multi-Centre, Double-Blind, Placebo- Controlled Trial of Vitamin D Supplementation in Adult and Adolescent Patients with Asthma
Dr. Adrian Martineau, Queen Mary University of London
Jolliffe DA, Greenberg L, Hooper RL, Griffiths CJ, Camargo CA, Jr., Kerley CP, Jensen ME, Mauger D, Stelmach I, Urashima M, Martineau AR. Vitamin D supplementation to prevent asthma exacerbations: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data. Lancet Respir Med 2017;5:881-890. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2213-2600(17)30306-5
Randomised, Multi-Centre, Double-Blind, Placebo- Controlled Trial of Vitamin D Supplementation in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Trial Of Vitamin D Supplementation for the Prevention of Influenza and Other Respiratory Infections
Study: Trial of vitamin D supplementation to prevent acquisition of latent tuberculosis infection in schoolchildren
Chief Investigator: Professor Adrian Martineau, Queen Mary University of London
Funder/Funding Stream: Medical Research Council (MRC)
PCTU Ref: P274
Vit D IPD
Vitamin D supplementation to prevent acute respiratory infection: individual patient data meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
Martineau AR, Jolliffe DA, Hooper RL, Greenberg L, Aloia JF, Bergman P, Dubnov-Raz G, Esposito S, Ganmaa D, Ginde AA, Goodall EC, Grant CC, Griffiths CJ, Janssens W, Laaksi I, Manaseki-Holland S, Mauger D, Murdoch DR, Neale R, Rees JR, Simpson S, Jr., Stelmach I, Kumar GT, Urashima M, Camargo CA, Jr. Vitamin D supplementation to prevent acute respiratory tract infections: systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data. BMJ 2017;356:i6583. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.i6583
An Exploratory Randomised Controlled Trial Assessing Volunteering in Mental Health Care for People with Psychosis
Professor Stefan Priebe, Queen Mary University of London
Priebe S, Pavlickova H, Eldridge S, Golden E, McCrone P, Ockenden N, Pistrang N, King M. Effectiveness of one-to-one volunteer support for patients with psychosis: protocol of a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2016;6:e011582.
Parent-Determined Oral Montelukast Therapy For Preschool Wheeze
Professor Jonathan Grigg, Queen Mary University of London
Nwokoro C, Pandya H, Turner S, Eldridge S, Griffiths CJ, Vulliamy T, Price D, Sanak M, Holloway JW, Brugha R, Koh L, Dickson I, Rutterford C, Grigg J. Intermittent montelukast in children aged 10 months to 5 years with wheeze (WAIT trial): a multicentre, randomised, placebo-controlled trial. Lancet Respir Med 2014;2:796-803.