Affiliation: University of Edinburgh
- Predicting foot ulcers in patients with diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysisF Crawford
Division of Community Health Sciences General Practice Section, University of Edinburgh, 20 West Richmond Street, Edinburgh EH8 9DX
QJM 100:65-86. 2007..Further research is needed to establish the independent factors associated with diabetic foot ulceration, particularly elements from a patient's history and physical examination...
- Protocol for a systematic review and individual patient data meta-analysis of prognostic factors of foot ulceration in people with diabetes: the international research collaboration for the prediction of diabetic foot ulcerations (PODUS)Fay Crawford
Department of Vascular Surgery, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, High Heaton, Newcastle NE7 7DN, UK
BMC Med Res Methodol 13:22. 2013..Can the data from each study be adjusted for a consistent set of adjustment factors?3. Does the model accuracy change when patient populations are stratified according to demographic and/or clinical characteristics?..
- How can we best prevent new foot ulcers in people with diabetes?Fay Crawford
University of Edinburgh, Division of Community Health Sciences GP section, Edinburgh EH3 8DE
BMJ 337:a1234. 2008
- Are placebo-controlled trials of creams for athlete's foot still justified?F Crawford
Division of Community Health Sciences, General Practice Section, 20 West Richmond Street, Edinburgh EH8 9DX, UK
Br J Dermatol 159:773-9. 2008..Placebo-controlled trials are useful in identifying effective treatments where none has existed, but their continued use once efficacy is established arguably contravenes ethical standards for medical research...
- The risk of foot ulceration in people with diabetes screened in community settings: findings from a cohort studyF Crawford
Centre for Population Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, UK
QJM 104:403-10. 2011..Systematic reviews have found few studies evaluating the predictive value of tests in community-based diabetic populations...
- General practitioners' and nurses' experiences of using computerised decision support in screening for diabetic foot disease: implementing Scottish Clinical Information - Diabetes Care in routine clinical practiceFay Crawford
Centre for Population Health Sciences, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
Inform Prim Care 18:259-68. 2010..The objectives of this study were to understand primary care practitioners' views towards screening for diabetic foot disease and their experience of the SCI-DC system...