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Salibi, Andrej; Hilliam, Rachel; Burke, Frank D. and Heras-Palou, Carlos (2019). Prospective Clinical Trial Comparing Trapezial Denervation With Trapeziectomy for the Surgical Treatment of Arthritis at the Base of the Thumb. Journal of Surgical Research, 238 pp. 144–151. file

Hilliam, Rachel and Calvert, Carol (2019). Interactive statistics for a diverse student population. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 34(2) pp. 203–210.

Hilliam, Rachel and Williams, Gareth (2019). Academic and pastoral teams working in partnership to support distance learning students according to curriculum area. Higher Education Pedagogies, 4(1) pp. 32–40. file

Hilliam, Rachel and Arrowsmith, Gaynor (2019). Enhancing the student experience with the use of a dedicated subject website. MSOR Connections, 17(2) pp. 39–45. file

Hilliam, Rachel and Goldrei, Derek (2019). Creating an online mathematics and statistics community of learners. New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 14(1) file


Webb, J.; Hilliam, R. and Bainbridge, L. (2018). A novel device for preoperative skin preparation to reduce the risk of injury and surgical site infection during lower limb surgery. Journal of Perioperative Practice, 28(5) pp. 109–114.

Herman, Clem and Hilliam, Rachel (2018). The Triple Whammy: Gendered Careers of Geographically Marginalised Academic STEM Women. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 10(1) pp. 171–189. file

Calvert, Carol and Hilliam, Rachel (2018). Student feedback to improved retention: using a mixed-methods approach to extend specific feedback to a generalisable concept. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-learning, 34(1) pp. 103–117. file


Hilliam, Rachel and Calvert, Carol (2017). Interactive Statistics: can we use experience from a large diverse student cohort to provide professional development for a wider population? New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 12(1) file


Calvert, Carol; Hilliam, Rachel and Coleman, Juliet (2016). Improving retention for all students, studying mathematics as part of their chosen qualification, by using a voluntary diagnostic quiz. MSOR Connections, 14(3) pp. 32–38. file

Tanner, J.; Kiernan, M.; Hilliam, R.; Davey, S.; Wood, T.; Ball, J. and Leaper, D. (2016). Effectiveness of a care bundle to reduce surgical site infections in patients having open colorectal surgery. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons England, 98(4) pp. 270–274. file


Fakis, Apostolos; Hilliam, Rachel; Townend, Michael; Stoneley, Helen and Robinson, Gary (2014). Mothers’ and grandmothers’ perceptions relating to causality, treatment and support for families of a child with a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: applying Enosis, an alternative mixed methods approach. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 8(2) pp. 148–165.

Fakis, Apostolos; Hilliam, Rachel; Stoneley, Helen and Townend, Michael (2014). Quantitative analysis of qualitative information from interviews: a systematic literature review. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 8(2) pp. 139–161. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Alkahtani, S.; Cherrill, J.; Grayson, K.; Hilliam, R.; Sammons, H. and Choonara, I. (2014). Access to medicines by child refugees in the East Midlands region of England: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 4(12), article no. e006421. file


Tanner, Judith; Gould, Dinah; Jenkins, Philip; Hilliam, Rachel; Mistry, Neetesh and Walsh, Susannah (2012). A fresh look at preoperative body washing. Journal of Infection Prevention, 13(1) pp. 11–15.


Keeley, Vaughan; Crooks, Sue; Locke, Jane; Veigas, Debbie; Riches, Katie and Hilliam, Rachel (2010). A quality of life measure for limb lymphoedema (LYMQOL). Journal of Lymphoedema, 5(1) pp. 26–37. file


Storey, Philip A.; Fakis, Apostolos; Hilliam, Rachel; Bradley, Mary J.; Lindau, Tommy and Burke, Frank D. (2009). Levine-Katz (Boston) Questionnaire analysis: means, medians or grouped totals? Sage. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Parker, D.; Howe, L.; Unsworth, V. and Hilliam, R. (2009). A randomised controlled trial to compare postoperative pain in children undergoing tonsillectomy using cold steel dissection with bipolar heamostasis versus coblation technique. Clinical Otolaryngology, 34(3) pp. 225–231. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Salem, K. M.; Baker, M.; Hilliam, R. M.; Davies, S.; Deighton, C.; Bainbridge, L. C. and Manning, G. (2009). Analysis of rewarming curves in Raynaud's phenomenon of various aetiologies. Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume), 34(5) pp. 621–626. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Lennon, Robert; Riyat, Manjeet S.; Hilliam, Rachel; Anathkrishnan, G. and Alderson, Gerry (2007). Can a normal range of elbow movement predict a normalelbow x ray? Emergency Medicine Journal, 24(2) pp. 86–88. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Hilliam, R. M. (2005). Statistical discrimination in the presence of selection effects. Statistics in Medicine, 24(8) pp. 1219–1232. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Hilliam, Rachel M and Lawrance, Anthony J (2005). Chaos communication synchronization: Combatting noise by distribution transformation. Statistics and Computing, 15(1) pp. 43–52. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Hilliam, Rachel M. and Lawrance, Anthony J. (2004). The dynamics and statistics of bivariate chaotic maps in communications modeling. International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos (IJBC), 14(4) pp. 1177–1194. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Hilliam, Rachel and Lawrance, Anthony (2002). Reducing the effect of noise on chaos synchronization without capping. In: International Symposium on Nonlinear Theory and its Applications, Oct 7-11, Xi'an, China. file


Hilliam, Rachel and Lawrance, Anthony (2001). A statistical perspective on the dynamics of bivariate chaotic maps for communications modelling. In: 2001 International Symposium on Nonlines Theory and its Applications, 28 Oct - 1 Nov 2001, Miyagi, Japan. file

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