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Papers Published by Back2Health:

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

Field J., Christensen M. & Vavrek D. (2016) Impact Of Introducing An Open Access Electronic PROMs System Into Chiropractic: Care Response. ECU 2016 Oslo

Field J., Newell D. & Hourahine E. Generalizability Of EPROM Scores; Does Missing Data Impact On Group Results? ECU 2016 Oslo

Newell, D. & Field, J. (2016) Do characteristics of LOWER BACK PAIN patients who improve whilst undergoing chiropractic care differ between NHS and private patients. Orthopaedic Proceedings

Field, J. & 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. JMPT  (WFC Research Prize)

Field, J. & Newell, D. (2015) Direct access to chiropractic services versus physician referral: Analysis of a large data set from the UK. World Federation/ European Union biannual conference, 2014. Athens – Conference research prize

Beard, H., Cox, J., Miller, J., Scott, P., Wright, C.  2014.  Parent’s choice of non-supine sleep position for newborns: a cross- sectional study.  British Journal of Midwifery, 22 (9) (Online Abstract)

Field, J., & Newell, D. The Management of STarT Back High Risk Groups by Chiropractic Care: A Comparative Description of Outcomes Stratified by Risk
. European Chiropractors’ Union Convention, Dublin 2014 (Conference Research Prize)

McKernan, P., Field, J., McCarthy, P. & Newell, D. Preliminary Qualitative Investigation Into Issues Surrounding Lone Working in Manual Therapists Royal College of Chiropractic AGM 2014, London

Field, J., Newell, D. & McKernan, P. Comparative Service Evaluation of Patients Presenting for Chiropractic / Osteopathic Care Privately with those Referred for Care Via the NHS: Back2Health partnership Royal College of Chiropractic AGM 2014, London

Irgens, P., Christian, O., Field, J. & 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. Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 21(1), p.41.

Newell, D.J., Field, J.R. & Visnes, N., 2013. Prognostic accuracy of clinicians for back, neck and shoulder patients in routine practice. Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 21(1), p.42. (Highly Accessed)

Newell, D.J., & Field, J. Does the STarT Back Tool Shortly After the Initial Visit Compared to Before Better Predict Outcomes in LBP Patients. British Pain Society Academic Conference (2013), Bournemouth (Conference Research Prize)

Field, J., & Newell D. Influence of Very Early Change in Catastrophisation After an Initial Visit with a Physical Therapist on Self-Reported Outcome at Three Months. ECU, (2013) Stiges

McKernan, P., Field, J., & McCarthy, P.W.
Does the Credibility of the Explained Treatment and the Expectancy of Success Held by Patients Presenting with Low Back Pain Influence Changes in Fear Avoidance Beliefs, Catastrophisation and Pain Related Self-Efficacy Following an Initial Consultation with a Chiropractor?, December 2012.
Science Direct

Field, J., & Carnes, D. Physical Approaches to the Management of Back Pain: II. Manipulative therapy. In Back Pain. Eds Chong S, Cregg R & Souter A, Oxford University Press, September 2012

Field, J., & Newell D. Post Initial Visit Compared to Initial Visit Factors Better Predict Outcomes in Chiropractic Low Back Pain Patients, European Chiropractors’ Union Conference, Amsterdam, May 2012

Field, J., & Newell, D. Relationship Between STarT Back Screening Tool and Prognosis for Low Back Pain Patients Receiving Spinal Manipulative Therapy, 12 June 2012

Field, J., & Newell, D. Predictive Value of Subgroups Defined by the STarT Back Tool in a Chiropractic Population. London. Chiropractic Evidence 2012

Dilley, N., Field, J., & McCarthy, P. Change in Referral Patterns to Chiropractic Clinics Over a 10 Year Period Following Introduction of the Statutory Register.  London. Chiropractic Evidence 2012

Field, J. Investigating Barriers to Early Recovery with Chiropractic Care. Chiropractic Evidence 2011, London. Available online 2 April 2011.

Field, J., Newell, D., & McCarthy, P. Are Chiropractic Patients a Psychologically Self-Defining Subgroup? Clinical Chiropractic. Volume 14, Issue 2, June 2011, Pages 72-73

Field, J., et al. Preliminary Study into the Components of the Fear-Avoidance Model of LBP: Change After an Initial Chiropractic Visit and Influence on Outcome. Chiropractic and Osteopathy 2010.

Field, J. Exercises and Management of Lower Back Pain.
Clinical Chiropractic 2009 PDF

Field, J. Back pain; What is Happening When it Becomes Chronic?
Clinical Chiropractic 2009 PDF

Newell, D., & Field, J. Can a Clinical Prediction Rule Indicate the Risk of Poor Recovery in Chiropractic Patients?, European Chiropractors’ Union Conference. 2008: Brussels, Belgium.

Newell, D., & Field, J. Initial Exploration of Possible Predictors of Chiropractic Success as Collected During Routine Practice, in International Conference on Chiropractic Research. 2007: Vilamoura, Portugal.

Newell, D., & Field, J. Who will get Better? Predicting Clinical Outcomes in a Chiropractic Practice. Clinical Chiropractic (2007) Vol 10, Pages 179—186.

Heming, M.J.E. Occupational injuries suffered by classical musicians through overuse. Clinical Chiropractic 2004 Jun;7(2):55-66

Field, J., Ownership of Audit. European Journal of Chiropractic, 2001. 47: p. 21-24.

Hunt, N., & Field, J., Continuing Professional Development: The Why, The How, and The When: British Journal of Chiropractic 1999 Aug;3(3):62-64

Other related Articles:

Bronfort Report 2010

Summary Table of the Bronfort Report by GCC 2010

NICE Guidelines

UK Beam Trial; Back pain, exercise and manipulation (UK BEAM) randomised trial: effectiveness of physical treatments for back pain in primary care. 2004

Medical Research Council; ‘Low Back pain of mechanical origin: randomised comparison of Chiropractic from hospital outpatient treatment’; Meade et al. 1990

RCGP – Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Acute Low Back Pain (1996, 1999, 2001) Clinical Standards Advisory Group; Backpain Report 1994.

Medical Research Council (Follow-up-study) Trial ‘Randomised comparison of Chiropractic and hospital outpatient management for low back pain; results from extended follow up’; Meade et al. 1995

Carter JT, Birrell LN (Editors) 2000. Occupational health guidelines for the management of low back pain at work – principal recommendations.

Chiropractic Treatment in Workers with Musculoskeletal Complaints; Mark P Blokland DC et al; Journal of the Neuromusculoskeletal System

House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology report on Complementary and Alternative Medicine November 2000.

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