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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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