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  • Buckley, Tom; Mckinley, Sharon; Tofler, Geoffrey; Bartrop, Roger (Pergamon Press, 2010)
    Objectives The purpose of this review was to examine the evidence of cardiovascular risk in early bereavement to identify potential risk factors and possible mechanisms for risk that may inform future research directions. ...
  • Craig, Ashley; Tran, Yvonne; Siddall, Philip; Wijesuriya, Nirupama; Lovas, Judy; Bartrop, Roger; Middleton, James (Churchill Livingstone, 2013)
    Chronic pain, chronic fatigue, and depressive mood are prevalent conditions in people with spinal cord injury (SCI). The objective of this research was to investigate the relationship between these conditions in adults ...
  • Buckley, Thomas; Stannard, Angela; Bartrop, Roger; Mckinley, Sharon; Mihailidou, Anastasia; Ward, Christopher; Morel-Kopp, Marie-Christie; Spinaze, Monica; Tofler, Geoffrey (Excerpta Medica Inc, 2012)
    Early bereavement is associated with increased cardiovascular events.
  • Morgan, Ka; Harris, Anthea; Luscombe, Guy; Tran, Yvonne; Herkes, G; Bartrop, Roger (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2010)
    This pilot study compared the differences in the quantified electroencephalogram (qEEG) between two conditions; eyes closed resting and eyes closed listening to music of 15 subjects currently experiencing an acute psychotic ...
  • Buckley, Thomas; Mihailidou, As; Bartrop, Roger; Mckinley, Sharon; Ward, Colin; Morel-Kopp, M-C; Spinaze, Monica; Tofler, Geoffrey (Elsevier Science Inc, 2011)
    Background: Bereavement is associated with increased cardiovascular risk, particularly in surviving spouses and parents, however the mechanism is not well understood due to limited studies. The purpose of this study was ...
  • Buckley, Thomas; Morel-Kopp, Marie-Christine; Ward, Christopher; Bartrop, Roger; Mckinley, Sharon; Mihailidou, Anastasia; Spinaze, Monica; Chen, Walter; Tofler, G H (Sage Publications Ltd., 2012)
    Although there is an increased cardiovascular risk in the immediate weeks following bereavement, the mechanism is not well understood. The aim of this study was to determine whether inflammatory and thrombotic changes were ...
  • Buckley, Thomas; Sunari, Dalia; Marshall, Andrea; Bartrop, Roger; Mckinley, Sharon (Neuilly-sur-Seine : Les Laboratoires Servier, 2012)
    The death of a loved one is recognised as one of life's greatest stresses and has long been associated with increased health risk, especially for the surviving spouse or parent, although this is sometimes considered ...
  • Hunyor, S.; Henderson, Robyn; Carter, Norman; Kobler, H.; Jones, M.; Bartrop, Roger; Craig, Ashley; Mihailidou, A.; Lal, Sara (American Heart Association, 1997)
    The role of biofeedback in blood pressure control remains ill-defined because of nonspecific (placebo) effects, small study numbers, and the technical limitations of continuous pressure feedback. Clarification of its ...
  • Buckley, Tom; Bartrop, Roger; Mckinley, Sharon; Ward, Chris; Bramwell, Margaret; Roche, Dianne; Mihailidou, A; Morel-Kopp, M-C; Spinaze, Monica; Hocking, Belinda; Goldston, Kerrie; Tennant, Chris; Tofler, Geoffrey (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia, 2009)
    Background: Increasing evidence supports the role of emotional stress in the onset of cardiovascular disease. Although bereavement is a major emotional stress with both acute and more long-term features, the mechanism of ...
  • Tran, Yvonne; Craig, Ashley; Bartrop, Roger; Nicholson, Graham (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2004)
    Behavioural effects of alcohol are known to be greater when the blood alcohol is rising, nown as the mellanby effect; however, research investigating the cortical changes during this period is scarce. The objective of tis ...