Research using Care Response data

Peer reviewed papers

Newell, D., and Field, J. 2007. Who will get better? Predicting clinical outcomes in a chiropractic practice. Clin Chiropr, 10(4), p.179–186.

Field, J., Newell, D., and McCarthy, P. 2010. Preliminary study into the components of the fear-avoidance model of LBP: change after an initial chiropractic visit and influence on outcome. Chiropr & Osteopat, 18(1), 21-30.

Williams, J., Hag, L. and Lee, R. 2010.  ‘Is pain the cause of altered biomechancial functions in back pain sufferers?’ Hum Mov Sci, 29(2) p.311-25

Newell, D. and Bolton, J. 2010. ‘Responsiveness of the Bournemouth questionnaire in determining minimal clinically important change in subgroups of low back pain patients.’, Spine, 35, no. 19, p.1801–1806.

Field, J., and Newell, D. 2012. Relationship between STarT Back Screening Tool and prognosis for low back pain patients receiving spinal manipulative therapy. Chiropr Man Therap, 20(1), 17.

Newell, D., Field, J., and Visnes, N. 2013. Prognostic accuracy of clinicians for back, neck and shoulder patients in routine practice. Chiropr Man Therap, 21(1), 42-9

Irgens, P., Lothe, L., Kvammen, O., Field, J., and Newell, D. 2013. The psychometric profile of chiropractic patients in Norway and England: using and comparing the generic versions of the STarT Back 5-item screening tool and the Bournemouth Questionnaire. Chiropr Man Therap, 21(1), 41-51.

Newell, D., Field, J., and Pollard, D. (2014). Using the STarT Back Tool: Does timing of stratification matter? Man Ther, 20(4), p.533-9

Newell, D., Byfield, D., Osbourne, N., and Field, J. 2017. Using patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) to inform clinical decisions during chiropractic undergraduate clinical training: Barriers and opportunities (pp. 1–1). Presented at the ECU Conference, Athens.

Newell, D., Bolton, J. and Diment, E. 2015. Using an electronic Patient Reported Outcome Measures system in UK chiropractic practices: a feasibility study of routine collection of outcomes and costs. J Manipulative Physiol Ther, 20(4) p.533-9

Field, J. and Newell, D. 2016. Clinical Outcomes in a Large Cohort of Musculoskeletal Patients Undergoing Chiropractic Care in the United Kingdom: A Comparison of Self- and National Health Service-Referred Routes. J Manipulative Physiol Ther, 39(1), 54–62.

Use in Post Graduate study

Jonathan Williams. PhD Programme. ‘Is pain the cause of altered biomechancial functions in back pain sufferers?’ Brighton Medical School, University of Brighton

Kernan Barnard. MSc Dissertation. The STarT Back Programme: The Perspectives of ‘Low Risk’ Participants.Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Brighton

Michelle Holmes. PhD Programme. Reconceptualising Patient-Reported Outcome Measures as Active Components of Complex Interventions. Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences. University of Southampton

Emma Karen. PhD Programme. GLITtER (Green Light Imaging Interpretation to Enhance Recovery): A novel psychoeducation intervention to reduce chronic pain. Body in Mind Research Group, School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia