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2012The Assessment of Services Promoting Independence and Recovery in Elders Trial (ASPIRE): a pre-planned meta-analysis of three independent randomised controlled trial evaluations of ageing in place initiatives in New ZealandAnderson, Craig; Brown, Paul M.; Chen, MEI-HUA; Jacobs, Stephen; Kerse, Ngaire; Parsons, Matthew; Senior, Hugh; Vanderhoorn, Stephen; The George Institute for Global HealthThe Assessment of Services Promoting Independence and Recovery in Elders Trial (ASPIRE): a pre-planned meta-analysis of three independent randomised controlled trial evaluations of ageing in place initiatives in New Zealand, Age and Ageing, vol.41, 6, 2012,pp 722-728
2006Management of hypertension in the oldest old: a study in primary care in New Zealand.Anderson, Craig; Chen, MEI-HUA; Fourie, Dean; Gommans, John; Haydon, Ron; Lillis, Steven; Senior, Hugh; Walker, Dinah; The George Institute for International HealthManagement of hypertension in the oldest old: a study in primary care in New Zealand., Age and Ageing, vol.35,(2),2006,pp 178-182
2014Promoting independence in frail older people: a randomised controlled trial of a restorative care service in New ZealandAnderson, Craig; Chen, Mei-hua; Hoorn, Stephen Vander; Jacobs, Stephen; Kerse, Ngaire; Parsons, Matthew; Senior, Hugh; The George Institute for Global HealthPromoting independence in frail older people: a randomised controlled trial of a restorative care service in New Zealand, Age and Ageing, vol.43, 3, 2014,pp 418-424
2017Randomised trial of restorative home care for frail older people in New ZealandAnderson, Craig; Chen, MEI-HUA; Jacobs, Stephen; Kerse, Ngaire; Parsons, Matthew; Senior, Hugh; School of Public Health: Public HealthRandomised trial of restorative home care for frail older people in New Zealand, Nursing Older People, vol.29, 7, 2017,pp 27-33
2010A randomized trial of the effects of two novel nicotine replacement therapies on tobacco withdrawal symptoms and user satisfactionSenior, Hugh; Bullen, Chris; Hajek, Peter; Laugesen, Murray; Lin, Ruey-Bin; McRobbie, Hayden; Thornley, Simon; Whittaker, Robyn; The George Institute for International HealthA randomized trial of the effects of two novel nicotine replacement therapies on tobacco withdrawal symptoms and user satisfaction, Addiction, vol.105, 7,pp 1290-1298
2009Reducing Attention Deficits After Stroke Using Attention Process Training: A Randomized Controlled Trial.Rodgers, Anthony; Senior, Hugh; Barker-Collo, Suzanne L.; Feigin, V L; Lawes, Carlene M.M.; Parag, Varsha; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthReducing Attention Deficits After Stroke Using Attention Process Training: A Randomized Controlled Trial., Stroke: a journal of cerebral circulation, vol.40, 10,pp 3293-3298
2012Should Care Managers for Older Adults Be Located in Primary Care? A Randomized Controlled TrialAnderson, Craig; Chen, Mei-hua; Jacobs, Stephen; Kerse, Ngaire; Parsons, Matthew; Senior, Hugh; Vanderhoorn, Stephen; The George Institute for Global HealthShould Care Managers for Older Adults Be Located in Primary Care? A Randomized Controlled Trial, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, vol.60, 1, 2012,pp 86-92
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394
2018Using intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trialClayton, Josephine; Boyd, Kirsty; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Murray, Scott; Rhee, Joel; Senior, Hugh; Teo, Patrick; Ware, Robert; Young, Sharleen; Northern Clinical School: MedicineUsing intuition or a formal palliative care needs assessment screening process in general practice to predict death within 12 months: A randomised controlled trial, Palliative Medicine, vol.32, 2, 2018,pp 384-394