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Patel, Shireen and Kai, Joe and Atha, Christopher and Avery, A.J. and Guo, Boliang and James, Marilyn and Malins, Samuel and Sampson, Christopher James and Stubley, Michelle and Morriss, Richard K. (2015) Clinical characteristics of persistent frequent attenders in primary care: case–control study. Family Practice . ISSN 1460-2229 (In Press)
Thomas, K.S. and Keogh-Brown, M.R. and Chalmers, J.R. and Fordham, R.J. and Holland, R.C. and Armstrong, S.J. and Bachmann, M.O. and Howe, A.H. and Rodgers, S. and Avery, A.J. and Harvey, I. and Williams, H.C. (2006) Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of salicylic acid and cryotherapy for cutaneous warts: an economic decision model. Project Report. NHS R&D HTA Programme, Health Technology Assesment.
Avery, A.J. and Anderson, Claire and Bond, C.M. and Fortnum, H. and Gifford, A. and Hannaford, P.C. and Hazell, L. and Krska, J. and Lee, A.J. and McLernon, D.J. and Murphy, Elizabeth and Shakir, S. and Watson, M.C. (2011) Evaluation of patient reporting of adverse drug reactions to the UK ‘Yellow Card Scheme’: literature review, descriptive and qualitative analyses, and questionnaire surveys. Technical Report: doi:10.3310/hta15200. NIHR HTA, Southampton.
Cooper, Richard J. and Lymn, Joanne and Anderson, Claire and Avery, A.J. and Bissell, Paul and Guillaume, Louise and Hutchinson, Allen and Murphy, Elizabeth and Ratcliffe, Julie and Ward, Paul (2008) Learning to prescribe – pharmacists' experiences of supplementary prescribing training in England. BMC Medical Education, 8 (57). p. 8. ISSN 1472-6920
Thomas, K.S. and Armstrong, S.J. and Avery, A.J. and Li Wan Po, A. and O'Neill, C. and Young, S. and Williams, H.C. (2002) Randomised controlled trial of short bursts of a potent topical corticosteroid versus prolonged use of a mild preparation for children with mild or moderate atopic eczema. British Medical Journal, 324 (7340). p. 768.
Sadler, Stacey and Rodgers, Sarah and Howard, Rachel and Morris, Caroline J. and Avery, A.J. (2014) Training pharmacists to deliver a complex information technology intervention (PINCER) using the principles of educational outreach and root cause analysis. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 22 (1). pp. 47-58. ISSN 0961-7671