Welcome to the RD&E Research Repository
The RD&E Research Repository contains research outputs from staff at the Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
You can browse items by Title, Author, Subject or Community/Collection, or use the search function to find specific topics.
The repository contains details of published, peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, book chapters, conference abstracts, posters and more! Full-text of journal articles have been included where publisher's permissions allow.
If you are a member of RD&E staff and you'd like to submit an item to the repository, please fill in this online form. If you have a list of publications you'd like to submit, please e-mail the repository admin team: rde-tr.ResearchRepository@nhs.net.
For more information or help, please contact the RD&E Research Repository admin team:
Telephone: Exeter Health Library, 01392 406800
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(Elsevier, 2019-11)Changes to working practices and increasing service demand have contributed to low morale amongst UK surgical trainees, with pressures particularly acute 'out of hours' (OOH). Surgeons may be expected to be 'on call' for ...
Clinical effectiveness of once-daily fluticasone furoate/umeclidinium/vilanterol in usual practice: the COPD INTREPID study design. (European Respiratory Society, 2019-11)Effectiveness studies complement conventional randomised controlled trials by providing a holistic view of treatments in the setting of usual clinical practice. We present the protocol for the ongoing INTREPID (INvestigation ...
(HighWire, 2020-02)Pathogenic sequence variants (PSV) in BRCA1 or BRCA2 (BRCA1/2) are associated with increased risk and severity of prostate cancer. We evaluated whether PSVs in BRCA1/2 were associated with risk of overall prostate cancer ...
Cost effectiveness of dementia care mapping in care home settings: evaluation of a randomised controlled trial (Springer, 2019-11)Behaviours such as agitation impact on the quality of life of care-home residents with dementia and increase healthcare use. Interventions to prevent these behaviours have little evidence supporting their effectiveness or ...