Adam Gordon

Brian Richmond2
D Tab Rasmussen1
Manu Singh1
2Brian Richmond
1D Tab Rasmussen
1Manu Singh
1Bob Monte
1Philippa Logan
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  • John Kappelman, D Tab Rasmussen, William J Sanders, Mulugeta Feseha, Thomas Bown, Peter Copeland +16 others
  • 2003
Afro-Arabian mammalian communities underwent a marked transition near the Oligocene/Miocene boundary at approximately 24 million years (Myr) ago. Although it is well documented that the endemic paenungulate taxa were replaced by migrants from the Northern Hemisphere, the timing and evolutionary dynamics of this transition have long been a mystery because(More)
OBJECTIVE To explain the current delivery of healthcare to residents living in UK care homes. DESIGN Qualitative interview study using a grounded theory approach. SETTING 6 UK care homes and primary care professionals serving the homes. PARTICIPANTS Of the 32 participants, there were 7 care home managers, 2 care home nurses, 9 care home assistants, 6(More)
The human metatarsophalangeal joints play a key role in weight transmission and propulsion during bipedal gait, but at present, the identification of when a habitual, human-like metatarsi-fulcrimating mechanism first appeared in the fossil record is debated. Part of this debate can be attributed to the absence of certain detailed quantitative data(More)
  • Adam Gordon, Gladman, John R F, Adam L Gordon, John Rf Gladman, Room B
  • 2016
The Nottingham ePrints service makes this work by researchers of the University of Nottingham available open access under the following conditions. · To the extent reasonable and practicable the material made available in Nottingham ePrints has been checked for eligibility before being made available. · Copies of full items can be used for personal research(More)
BACKGROUND despite assertions in reports from governmental and charitable bodies that negative staff attitudes towards older patients may contribute to inequitable healthcare provision for older patients when compared with younger patients (those aged under 65 years), the research literature does not describe these attitudes in any detail. OBJECTIVE this(More)
  • Amanda J. Wade, Diana M. Macdonald, Joseph S. Doyle, Adam Gordon, Stuart K. Roberts, Alexander J. Thompson +2 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Hepatitis C treatment uptake in Australia is low. To increase access to hepatitis C virus treatment for people who inject drugs, we developed a community-based, nurse-led service that linked a viral hepatitis service in a tertiary hospital to primary care clinics, and resulted in hepatitis C treatment provision in the community. METHODS A(More)
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