V. Cross

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BACKGROUND Patients' expectations of osteopathic care have been little researched. The aim of this study was to quantify the most important expectations of patients in private UK osteopathic practices, and the extent to which those expectations were met or unmet. METHODS The study involved development and application of a questionnaire about patients'(More)
AIM To explore the experiences of African-Caribbean patients who had undergone filtration surgery for advanced glaucoma. METHODS Semi-structured qualitative interviews were used to collect the data and an interview guide was developed. Participants recounted when they first became aware of a problem with their eyes and their feelings at the time.(More)
An appreciation of the relation between laboratory measures of visual deficit and everyday perceptual experience is fundamental to understanding the impact of a visual condition on patients and so to a fuller characterization of the disorder. This study aims to understand better the interpretative processes by which modified sensory information is perceived(More)
PURPOSE Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are accepted widely as important outcomes in comparative effectiveness research. Over 30 PROMs have been described for use in glaucoma research, but their role in routine care is undefined. Our study explores the views of patients with glaucoma and their carers on the feasibility and content of a glaucoma(More)
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