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Research Publications

As our patient expertise is sought by researchers, members of the charity are increasingly named as co-authors in research papers.

We welcome opportunities to collaborate in authoring, publishing and disseminating high-quality, patient-centred research relevant to aortic dissection. Here are our publications to date:

Consensus statement on the interhospital transfer of patients with acute aortic syndrome: TRAVERSING Delphi study. Staniszewska A, Gaba K, Patterson B, et al. Emergency Medicine Journal. Published Online First: 02 December 2023

Evaluating the Feasibility of Screening Relatives of Patients Affected by Nonsyndromic Thoracic Aortic Diseases: The REST Study. Abbasciano RG, Mariscalco G, Barwell J, Owens G, Zakkar M, Joel-David L, Pathak S, Adebayo A, Shannon N, Haines RL, Aujla H, Eagle-Hemming B, Kumar T, Lai F, Wozniak M, Murphy G.  J Am Heart Assoc. 2022 Apr 19;11(8)

Report of a Delphi exercise to inform the design of a research programme on screening for thoracic aortic disease. Abbasciano RG, Barwell J, Sayers R, Bown M, Milewicz D, Cooper G, Mariscalco G, Wheeldon N, Fowler C, Owens G, Murphy GJ; Aortic Dissection Awareness Day UK 2019 Working Group. Trials. 2020 Jul 16;21(1):656.

The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Recovery from Cardiac Surgery Over Time: Results of the CardiacCovid Study from three UK National Lockdowns. Sanders J, Beaumont E, Dodd M, Murray SE, Owens G, Berry A, Hyde E, Bueser T, Clayton T, Oo AY.  Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2023 Aug 16

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on recovery from cardiac surgery: 1-year outcomes. Sanders J, Bueser T, Beaumont E, Dodd M, Murray SE, Owens G, Berry A, Hyde E et al. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2023 vol. 22, (5) 516-528

COVID-19 and cardiac surgery: A perspective from United Kingdom. Harky, A, Harrington, D, Nawaytou, O, et al. J Card Surg. 2021; 36: 1649-1658.

Research Publications