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    Impact of positively – versus negatively – worded items on the factor structure of three psychological measures: W-BQ22, W-BQ12 and SF-36

    Speight, J., Barendse, S. & Bradley, C., 1999, In: Quality of Life Research. 8, 7, p. 576

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  3. Published

    Impact of positively- versus negatively-worded items on the factor structure of three psychological measures: W-BQ22, W-BQ12 and HADS

    Speight, J., Barendse, S. & Bradley, C., 2000, In: Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. 8, 1, p. 21

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  4. Published

    Importance of differentiating health status from quality of life

    Bradley, C., 2001, In: The Lancet. 357, 9249, p. 7-8 2 p.

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    Improved psychological outcomes after initiation of insulin treatment in patients with type II diabetes

    Witthaus, E., Stewart, J. & Bradley, C., 2000, In: Diabetologia. 43, Supplement 1, p. A205

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    Improved treatment satisfaction and perceived metabolic control with insulin glargine, regardless of whether injected before breakfast, dinner or bedtime, in patients with Type 1 diabetes

    Silvestre, L., Bradley, C. & Witthaus, E., 2003, In: Diabetes. 52, Supplement 1, p. A456

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  7. Published

    Improved treatment satisfaction and perceived metabolic control with insulin glargine, regardless of whether injected before breakfast, dinner or bedtime, in patients with Type 1 diabetes [Abstract 2925]

    Bradley, C., Silvestre, L. & Witthaus, E., 2003, In: Diabetes & Metabolism. 29, 4S408, p. Abstract 2925

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  8. Published

    Improving diabetes control using psychological techniques

    Bradley, C., 1981, In: Biological Psychology. 12

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    Improving treatment satisfaction and other patient-reported outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes: the role of once-daily insulin glargine

    Bradley, C. & Gilbride, CJB., Jun 2008, In: Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism. 10, supplement 2, p. 50-65

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  11. E-pub ahead of print

    Inequity in Access to Transplantation in the United Kingdom

    on behalf of the ATTOM Investigators, 8 Jun 2020, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. 15, 6, p. 830-842 13 p.

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    Initial report of a feasibility study of the introduction of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion in a diabetic clinic

    Knight, G., Boulton, AJM., Drury, J., Moses, JL., Bradley, C. & Ward, JD., 1982, In: Diabetologia. 23, p. 10

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    Inpatients with diabetes: Insulin regimen before admission is related to satisfaction with hospital treatment and negative well-being [Abstract]

    Rutter, C., Bradley, C., Sampson, M., Dhatariya, K., Jones, C., James, J., Holland, R., Singh, H., Irvine, L. & Walden, E., 2011, In: Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. p. 44 1 p.

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    Insulin Lispro changes treatment satisfaction under flexible functional insulin treatment

    Howorka, K., Pumprla, J., Schlusche, C., Wagner, D., Gabrial, M., Reischi, S. & Bradley, C., 1997, In: Diabetologia. 40, Supplement 1, p. S

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  15. Published

    Insulin Lispro changes treatment satisfaction under flexible functional insulin treatment

    Howorka, K., Pumprla, J., Schlusche, C., Wagner, D. & Bradley, C., 1997, In: Diabetes. 46, Supplement 1, p. 13A

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    'Intensive' insulin therapy in Type 2 diabetic patients with secondary sulphonyl-urea failure

    Jennings, AM., Lewis, KS., Murdoch, S., Talbot, JF., Townsend, C., Bradley, C. & Ward, JD., 1989, In: Diabetic Medicine. 6, Supplement 1

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    Is it necessary to adapt the UK English original of the Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire (DTSQs) before use in other countries? [Abstract #56/1214]

    Caire, P., Plowright, R., Conway, K. & Bradley, C., 2010, In: Quality of Life Research. 19, Supplement 1, p. 63

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    Judgement analysis of case severity and future risk of disability regarding chronic low back pain by general practitioners in Ireland

    Dwyer, C. P., MacNeela, P., Durand, H., Gibbons, A., Reynolds, B., Doherty, E., Conneely, S., Slattery, B. W., Murphy, A. W. & McGuire, B. E., 26 Mar 2018, In: PLoS ONE. 13, 3, p. 1-12 12 p., e0194387.

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    Ketoacidosis and severe hyperkalaemia during CSII

    Knight, G., Jennings, AM., Tomlinson, S., Bradley, C. & Ward, JD., 1985, In: Diabetes. 34, p. 60A

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    Life Events and the Control of Diabetes-Mellitus

    Bradley, C., 1979, In: JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH. 23, 2, p. 159-162 4 p.

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    Limited health literacy in advanced kidney disease

    Taylor, D. M., Bradley, J. A., Bradley, C., Draper, H., Johnson, R., Metcalfe, W., Oniscu, G., Robb, M., Tomson, C., Watson, C., Ravanan, R., Roderick, P. & on behalf of the ATTOM Investigators, Sep 2016, In: Kidney International. 90, 3, p. 685-695 11 p.

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    Limited health literacy is associated with reduced access to kidney transplantation

    Taylor, D. M., Bradley, J. A., Bradley, C., Draper, H., Dudley, C., Fogarty, D., Fraser, S., Johnson, R., Leydon, G. M., Metcalfe, W., Oniscu, G. C., Robb, M., Tomson, C., Watson, C. J. E., Ravanan, R., Roderick, P. & ATTOM investigators, May 2019, In: Kidney International. 95, 5, p. 1244-1252 9 p.

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  23. Published

    Linguistic validation of diabetes-specific psychological measures in Hindi and Punjabi

    Singh, H., Plowright, R. & Bradley, C., 2005, In: Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. 13, 1, p. 88-89

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    Linguistic validation of the DTSQ: challenges with Arabic and French for Algeria

    Dawsey, R., Sweeney, E., Plowright, R., Wilson, A. & Bradley, C., 2014, In: Value in Health. 17, 3, p. A196-A197 2 p.

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  25. Published

    Linguistic Validation, including cultural adaptation, of an updated adknowl, diabetes knowledge questionnaire, for international use.

    Célèrier, S., Plowright, R., Reaney, M. & Bradley, C., Oct 2009, In: Value in Health. 12, 7, p. A411-412 2 p.

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    Long-term biomedical and psychosocial outcomes following DAFNE (Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating) structured education to promote intensive insulin therapy in adults with sub-optimally controlled Type 1 diabetes

    Speight, J., Amiel, S., Bradley, C., Heller, S., Oliver, L., Roberts, S., Rogers, H., Taylor, C. & Thompson, G., 2010, In: Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 89, 1, p. 22-9 8 p.

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