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    • A randomised controlled trial of three very brief interventions for physical activity in primary care 

      Pears, Sally; Bijker, Maaike; Morton, Katie; Vasconcelos, Joana; Parker, Richard A; Westgate, Kathryn Louise; Brage, Soren et al. (BioMed Central, 2016-09-30)
      $\textbf{Background}$ Very brief interventions (VBIs) for physical activity are promising, but there is uncertainty about their potential effectiveness and cost. We assessed potential efficacy, feasibility, acceptability, ...
    • A randomised controlled trial of three very brief interventions for physical activity in primary care 

      Pears, Sally Louise; Bijker, Maaike; Morton, Katie; Vasconcelos, Joana; Parker, Richard A; Westgate, Kathryn Louise; Brage, Soren et al. (BioMed Central, 2016-09-30)
      $\textbf{Background}$ Very brief interventions (VBIs) for physical activity are promising, but there is uncertainty about their potential effectiveness and cost. We assessed potential efficacy, feasibility, acceptability, ...
    • Relationship of Self-Rated Health with Fatal and Non-Fatal Outcomes in Cardiovascular Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis 

      Mavaddat, Nahal; Parker, Richard A; Sanderson, Simon; Mant, Jonathan William; Kinmonth, Ann-Louise (PLOS, 2014-07-30)
      Background: People who rate their health as poor experience higher all-cause mortality. Study of disease-specific association with self-rated health might increase understanding of why this association exists. Objectives: ...
    • Stability of empathy among undergraduate medical students: A longitudinal study at one UK medical school. 

      Quince, Thelma Alison; Parker, Richard A; Wood, Diana Frances; Benson, John Arthur (2011-10-25)
      Abstract Background Empathy is important to patient care. The prevailing view is that empathy declines during university medical education. The significance of that decline has been debated. This paper reports the findings ...