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Dec-2013Assessing treatments used to reduce rumination and/or worry : a systematic reviewQuerstret, Dawn; Cropley, Mark; University of Aberdeen, Rowett Institute of Nutrition & Health, RINH
4-Mar-2015A core outcome set for localised prostate cancer effectiveness trials : protocol for a systematic review of the literature and stakeholder involvement through interviews and a Delphi surveyMacLennan, Steven; Bekema, Hendrika J.; Williamson, Paula R.; Campbell, Marion K.; Stewart, Fiona; MacLennan, Sara J.; N'Dow, James M. O.; Lam, Thomas B. L.; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Other Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, HSRU
2008Does taking vitamin, mineral and fatty acid supplements prevent cognitive decline? A systematic review of randomized controlled trialsJia, X; McNeill, G; Avenell, Alison
4-Mar-2015Effectiveness of interventions to reduce indoor air pollution and/or improve health in homes using solid fuel in lower and middle income countries : protocol for a systematic reviewQuansah, Reginald; Ochieng, Caroline A; Semple, Sean; Juvekar, Sanjar; Emina, Jacques; Armah, Frederick Ato; Luginaah, Isaac; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Other Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
2-May-2015Effects of probiotics on child growth : a systematic reviewOnubi, Ojochenemi J; Poobalan, Amudha S; Dineen, Brendan; Marais, Debbi; McNeill, Geraldine; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Other Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Environment and Food Security
2008Efficacy and safety of using mesh or grafts in surgery for anterior and/or posterior vaginal wall prolapse: systematic review and meta-analysis.Jia, Xueli; Glazener, Cathryn Margaret Anne; Mowatt, Graham; MacLennan, Graeme Stewart; Fraser, Cynthia Mary; Bain, Christine; Burr, Jennifer Margaret
Oct-2014Hormonal contraceptive methods and risk of HIV acquisition in women : a systematic review of epidemiological evidencePolis, Chelsea B.; Phillips, Sharon J.; Curtis, Kathryn M.; Westreich, Daniel J.; Steyn, Petrus S.; Raymond, Elizabeth; Hannaford, Philip; Turner, Abigail Norris; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Other Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
2-Nov-2012How evidence-based is an ‘evidence-based parenting programme’? : A PRISMA systematic review and meta-analysis of Triple PWilson, Philip; Rush, Robert; Hussey, Susan; Puckering, Christine; Sim, Fiona; Allely, Clare S; Doku, Paul; McConnachie, Alex; Gillberg, Christopher; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry
2012Identifying active ingredients in complex behavioural interventions for obese adults with obesity-related co-morbidities or additional risk factors for co-morbidities : a systematic reviewDombrowski, Stephan Ulrich; Sniehotta, Falko; Avenell, Alison; Johnston, Marie; MacLennan, Graeme Stewart; Araujo-Soares, Vera; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Psychology; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry
Mar-2010Interventions to achieve long-term weight loss in obese older peopleWitham, Miles; Avenell, Alison; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
Nov-2007Long-term weight loss effects on all cause mortality in overweight/obese populationsPoobalan, Amudha S; Aucott, Lorna S; Smith, W Cairns S; Avenell, Alison; Jung, Roland; Boom, John
Nov-2014Mortality in Parkinson's disease : A systematic review and meta-analysisMacLeod, Angus D; Taylor, Kate S M; Counsell, Carl E; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Other Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
29-Nov-2014Perceived difficulty and appropriateness of decision making by General Practitioners : a systematic review of scenario studiesMcCleary, Nicola; Ramsay, Craig R; Francis, Jill J; Campbell, Marion K; Allan, Julia; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, HSRU; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Other Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen Health Psychology Group; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
2011Photodynamic diagnosis of bladder cancer compared with white light cystoscopy : Systematic review and meta-analysisMowatt, Graham; N'Dow, James; Vale, Luke; Nabi, Ghulam; Boachie, Charles; Cook, Jonathan A; Fraser, Cynthia; Griffiths, T R Leyshon; Aberdeen Technology Assessment Review (TAR) Group; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
1-Sep-2014Practicalities of using a modified version of the Cochrane Collaboration risk of bias tool for randomised and non-randomised study designs applied in a health technology assessment setting.Robertson, Clare; Ramsay, Craig; Gurung, Tara; Mowatt, Graham; Pickard, Robert; Sharma, Pawana; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, HSRU; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
2011Quick, simple measures of family relationships for use in clinical practice and research : A systematic reviewWilson, Philip; Pritchett, Rachel; Kemp, Jeremy; Minnis, Helen; Bryce, Graham; Gillberg, Christopher; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
Oct-2013Relative effectiveness of robot-assisted and standard laparoscopic prostatectomy as alternatives to open radical prostatectomy for treatment of localised prostate cancer : a systematic review and mixed treatment comparison meta-analysisRobertson, Clare; Close, Andrew; Fraser, Cynthia; Gurung, Tara; Jia, Xueli; Sharma, Pawana; Vale, Luke; Ramsay, Craig; Pickard, Robert; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
2008Systematic review of economic evaluations of laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancerHernández, Rodolfo Andrés; De Verteuil, Robyn; Fraser, Cynthia Mary; Vale, Luke David; Aberdeen Health Technology Assessment Group; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
1-Nov-2010Systematic review of the efficacy and safety of using mesh in surgery for uterine or vaginal vault prolapseJia, Xueli; Glazener, Cathryn; Mowatt, Graham; Jenkinson, David; Fraser, Cynthia; Bain, Christine; Burr, Jennifer; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
30-May-2015A systematic review of the use of an expertise-based randomised controlled trial designCook, Jonathan A.; Elders, Andrew; Boachie, Charles; Bassinga, Ted; Fraser, Cynthia Mary; Altman, Doug; Boutron, Isabelle; Ramsay, Craig R; MacLennan, Graeme S; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, HSRU; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
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