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30-Sep-2016Two colliding epidemics - obesity is independently associated with chronic pain interfering with activities of daily living in adults 18 years and over; a cross-sectional, population-based study.Allen, SA; Dal Grande, E; Abernethy, AP; Currow, DC
17-Nov-2016Using telehealth to support end of life care in the community: a feasibility study.Tieman, JJ; Swetenham, K; Morgan, DD; To, TH; Currow, DC
2012Palliative and Supportive Care in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Research Priorities to Decrease SufferingDisler, R; Inglis, SC; Currow, DC; Davidson, PM
1-Jan-2015Cancer control is not beyond us… but  could be if we don’t invest wisely: There must be a balanced investment portfolio in cancer controlCurrow, DC; Aranda, S
2-Feb-2015Cancer control is not beyond us … but could be if we don't invest wisely.Currow, DC; Aranda, S
30-Sep-2016Two colliding epidemics - obesity is independently associated with chronic pain interfering with activities of daily living in adults 18 years and over; a cross-sectional, population-based studyAllen, SA; Dal Grande, E; Abernethy, AP; Currow, DC
17-Nov-2016Using telehealth to support end of life care in the community: a feasibility study.Tieman, JJ; Swetenham, K; Morgan, DD; To, TH; Currow, DC
1-Sep-2018Spirometric volumes and breathlessness across levels of airflow limitation: The CopDGene studyEkström, M; Bornefalk-Hermansson, A; Wysham, N; Currow, DC; MacIntyre, N
1-Sep-2018Clinician-reported changes in octreotide prescribing for malignant bowel obstruction as a result of an adequately powered phase III study: A transnational, online surveyCampbell, R; McCaffrey, N; Brown, L; Agar, MR; Clark, K; Currow, DC
1-Nov-2018A pragmatic comparative study of palliative care clinician’s reports of the degree of shadowing visible on plain abdominal radiographsClark, K; Lam, L; Talley, NJ; Watts, G; Phillips, JL; Byfieldt, NJ; Currow, DC
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