• Publications
  • Influence
Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (formerly 'electromagnetic hypersensitivity'): An updated systematic review of provocation studies.
A narrow focus by clinicians or policy makers on bioelectromagnetic mechanisms is unlikely to help IEI-EMF patients in the long-term, and the role of the nocebo effect in triggering acute symptoms in sufferers is supported.
Do people with idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields display physiological effects when exposed to electromagnetic fields? A systematic review of provocation
There is no reliable evidence to suggest that people with IEI-EMF experience unusual physiological reactions as a result of exposure to EMF, which supports suggestions that EMF is not the main cause of their ill health.
Can exposure to a terrestrial trunked radio (TETRA)-like signal cause symptoms? A randomised double-blind provocation study
It is suggested that exposure to TETRA signals is not responsible for symptoms reported by some users, although exposure to a continuous wave signal may affect symptoms.
Developing clinical guidelines with scant evidence approaches taken and lessons learnt
The expectation was that the literature on rehabilitation following stroke in childhood would not be sufficient to answer all of the clinical questions and so the inclusion and exclusion criteria allowed for the inclusion of studies carried out in children with similar deficits, for example, as a result of acquired brain injury.