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Janssen, J and Dey, P and Celik, C and Richards, J and Selfe, J (2019) How useful is a single measurement of patellar mobility in the assessment of patients with patellofemoral pain? Physiotherapy Practice and Research, 40 (1). pp. 29-35. ISSN 2213-0683

Janssen, J and Bunce, M and Nixon, J and Dunbar, M and Jones, S and Benstead, J and Jeanes, Y and Selfe, J and Richards, J (2018) A clinical case series investigating the effectiveness of an exercise intervention in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. Physiotherapy Practice and Research, 39 (1). pp. 37-44. ISSN 2213-0683

Lackenbauer, W and Janssen, J and Roddam, H and Selfe, J (2018) Keep/refer decision making abilities of European final year undergraduate physiotherapy students: a cross-sectional survey using clinical vignettes. European Journal of Physiotherapy, 20 (3). pp. 128-134. ISSN 2167-9169

Lackenbauer, W and Janssen, J and Roddam, H and Selfe, James (2017) Is keep/refer decision making an integral part of national guidelines for the physiotherapy profession within Europe? A review. Physiotherapy (United Kingdom), 103 (4). pp. 352-360. ISSN 0031-9406

Selfe, J and Janssen, J and Callaghan, M and Witvrouw, E and Sutton, C and Richards, J and Stokes, M and Martin, D and Dixon, J and Hogarth, R and Baltzopoulos, V and Ritchie, E and Arden, N and Dey, P (2016) Are there three main subgroups within the patellofemoral pain population? A detailed characterisation study of 127 patients to help develop targeted intervention (TIPPs). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50 (14). pp. 873-880. ISSN 1473-0480

Selfe, J and Callaghan, M and Witvrouw, E and Richards, J and Dey, MP and Sutton, C and Dixon, J and Martin, D and Stokes, M and Janssen, J and Ritchie, E and Turner, D (2013) Targeted interventions for patellofemoral pain syndrome (TIPPS) classification of clinical subgroups. BMJ Open, 3. ISSN 2044-6055

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