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2015Bias and precision of the "multiple imputation, then deletion" method for dealing with missing outcome dataSullivan, T.; Salter, A.; Ryan, P.; Lee, K.
2013Physical activity levels of patients with cystic fibrosis hospitalised with an acute respiratory exacerbationWard, N.; White, D.; Rowe, H.; Stiller, K.; Sullivan, T.
2012Comparison of pain models to detect opioid-induced hyperalgesiaKrishnan, S.; Salter, A.; Sullivan, T.; Gentgall, M.; White, J.; Rolan, P.
2011Osteoporosis education improves osteoporosis knowledge and dietary calcium: comparison of a 4 week and a one-session education courseLaslett, L.; Lynch, J.; Sullivan, T.; McNeil, J.
2012A physiotherapy service to an emergency extended care unit does not decrease admission rates to hospital: a randomised trialJesudason, C.; Stiller, K.; McInnes, M.; Sullivan, T.
2017Multiple imputation for handling missing outcome data when estimating the relative riskSullivan, T.; Lee, K.; Ryan, P.; Salter, A.
2014Pitfalls in the use of randomised controlled trials for fish oil studies with cardiac patientsJames, M.; Sullivan, T.; Metcalf, R.; Cleland, L.
2014Orthopedic inpatients' ability to accurately reproduce partial weight bearing ordersYu, S.; McDonald, T.; Jesudason, C.; Stiller, K.; Sullivan, T.
2014Early atherosclerosis relates to urinary albumin excretion and cardiovascular risk factors in adolescents with type 1 diabetes: adolescent type 1 Diabetes cardiorenal Intervention Trial (AdDIT)Maftei, O.; Pena, A.; Sullivan, T.; Jones, T.; Donaghue, K.; Cameron, F.; Davis, E.; Cotterill, A.; Craig, M.; Gent, R.; Dalton, N.; Daneman, D.; Dunger, D.; Deanfield, J.; Couper, J.
2015Higher cord blood 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations reduce the risk of early childhood eczema: in children with a family history of allergic diseasePalmer, D.; Sullivan, T.; Skeaff, C.; Smithers, L.; Makrides, M.