Jo Wray
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Nonadherence consensus conference summary report
RN Fine, Y Becker, S De Geest, H Eisen, R Ettenger, R Evans, DL Rudow, ...
American Journal of Transplantation 9 (1), 35-41, 2009
Effect of off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery on clinical, angiographic, neurocognitive, and quality of life outcomes: randomised controlled trial
S Al-Ruzzeh, S George, M Bustami, J Wray, C Ilsley, T Athanasiou, ...
Bmj 332 (7554), 1365, 2006
3D-manufactured patient-specific models of congenital heart defects for communication in clinical practice: feasibility and acceptability
G Biglino, C Capelli, J Wray, S Schievano, LK Leaver, S Khambadkone, ...
BMJ open 5 (4), e007165, 2015
Congenital heart disease and cardiac surgery in childhood: effects on cognitive function and academic ability
J Wray, T Sensky
Heart 85 (6), 687-691, 2001
Predictors of poor mid-term health related quality of life after primary isolated coronary artery bypass grafting surgery
S Al-Ruzzeh, T Athanasiou, O Mangoush, J Wray, T Modine, S George, ...
Heart 91 (12), 1557-1562, 2005
Depression and perceptions about heart failure predict quality of life in patients with advanced heart failure
CN Hallas, J Wray, P Andreou, NR Banner
Heart & lung 40 (2), 111-121, 2011
Predictors of parent post-traumatic stress symptoms after child hospitalization on general pediatric wards: a prospective cohort study
LS Franck, J Wray, C Gay, AK Dearmun, K Lee, BA Cooper
International journal of nursing studies 52 (1), 10-21, 2015
Parent stress levels during children’s hospital recovery after congenital heart surgery
LS Franck, A Mcquillan, J Wray, MPW Grocott, A Goldman
Pediatric cardiology 31, 961-968, 2010
The development of the pediatric cardiac quality of life inventory: a quality of life measure for children and adolescents with heart disease
BS Marino, D Shera, G Wernovsky, RS Tomlinson, A Aguirre, M Gallagher, ...
Quality of Life Research 17, 613-626, 2008
Loss to specialist follow-up in congenital heart disease; out of sight, out of mind
J Wray, A Frigiola, C Bull, ...
Heart 99 (7), 485-490, 2013
Validation of the pediatric cardiac quality of life inventory
BS Marino, RS Tomlinson, G Wernovsky, D Drotar, JW Newburger, ...
Pediatrics 126 (3), 498-508, 2010
Parental anxiety and stress during children’s hospitalisation: the StayClose study
J Wray, K Lee, N Dearmun, L Franck
Journal of Child Health Care 15 (3), 163-174, 2011
The waiting game: bridging to paediatric heart transplantation
AP Goldman, J Cassidy, M de Leval, S Haynes, K Brown, P Whitmore, ...
The Lancet 362 (9400), 1967-1970, 2003
Piloting the use of patient-specific cardiac models as a novel tool to facilitate communication during cinical consultations
G Biglino, D Koniordou, M Gasparini, C Capelli, LK Leaver, ...
Pediatric cardiology 38, 813-818, 2017
Use of 3D models of congenital heart disease as an education tool for cardiac nurses
G Biglino, C Capelli, D Koniordou, D Robertshaw, LK Leaver, ...
Congenital heart disease 12 (1), 113-118, 2017
Psychological functioning in parents of children undergoing elective cardiac surgery
J Wray, T Sensky
Cardiology in the Young 14 (2), 131-139, 2004
Mental health care for parents of babies with congenital heart disease during intensive care unit admission: Systematic review and statement of best practice
NA Kasparian, JM Kan, E Sood, J Wray, HA Pincus, JW Newburger
Early human development 139, 104837, 2019
‘The Score Matters’: wide variations in predictive performance of 18 paediatric track and trigger systems
SM Chapman, J Wray, K Oulton, C Pagel, S Ray, MJ Peters
Archives of disease in childhood 102 (6), 487-495, 2017
The impact of socio-economic status on health related quality of life for children and adolescents with heart disease
A Cassedy, D Drotar, R Ittenbach, S Hottinger, J Wray, G Wernovsky, ...
Health and quality of life outcomes 11, 1-8, 2013
Systematic review of paediatric track and trigger systems for hospitalised children
SM Chapman, J Wray, K Oulton, MJ Peters
Resuscitation 109, 87-109, 2016
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