Richard Bridgen

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Autoimmune-mediated encephalitis may occur as a paraneoplastic or as a nonparaneoplastic condition. The role of neuroimaging in autoimmune-mediated encephalitis has changed in the last decade partly due to improvements in sequence optimisation and higher field strength and partly due to the discovery of an increasing number of antibodies to neuronal cell(More)
WATTS T. (2012) European Journal of Cancer Care 21, 20-30, End-of-life care pathways as tools to promote and support a good death: a critical commentary This paper calls into question whether and how end-of-life care pathways facilitate the accomplishment of a 'good death'. Achieving a 'good death' is a prominent social and political priority and an ideal(More)
Introduction: Neglect limits the efficacy of rehabilitation in stroke patients. Music therapy as part of an interdisciplinary approach sets the frame to extend spatial orientation to the neglected space. The aim of our study was to investigate whether playing drums located to the neglected space directs attention to this space, and whether successful(More)
BACKGROUND & AIMS: The evidence in support of Early Enteral Nutrition (EEN) after upper gastrointestinal surgery is inconclusive. The aim of this study was to determine if EEN improved clinical outcomes and shortened length of hospital stay.METHODS: Open, prospective multicentre randomised controlled trial within a regional UK Cancer Network. One hundred(More)
QIAS Principle: 7.4 When child care professionals keep up to date with current practice, the outcomes for children, families and themselves are positive. These outcomes are further strengthened when there are opportunities for professional development that foster and improve caregiving, teaching and practical skills and knowledge. However, it can be(More)
Cannabis-induced psychotic symptoms (CIPSs) have both similarities and differences with positive symptoms of schizophrenia, and it remains unclear whether CIPSs result from dopaminergic mechanisms and can be treated with antipsychotics. We report the case of a 22-year-old male patient with ultrahigh risk criteria for psychosis, who reported cannabis(More)