Professor Kate Springett


NameProfessor Kate Springett
Job titleREF 2021 Units of Assessment 3 Coordinator

Research outputs

Increasing radiology capacity within the lung cancer pathway: centralised work‐based support for trainee chest X‐ray reporting radiographers

Woznitza, N., Steele, R., Piper, K., Burke, S., Rowe, S., Bhowmik, A., Maughn, S. and Springett, K. 2018. Increasing radiology capacity within the lung cancer pathway: centralised work‐based support for trainee chest X‐ray reporting radiographers. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences. 65 (3), pp. 200-208.

Incidence and location of diabetic foot ulcer recurrence in Maltese people with diabetes

Springett, K., Galea, A. and Bungay, H. 2007. Incidence and location of diabetic foot ulcer recurrence in Maltese people with diabetes.

Foot pain in rheumatoid arthritis prevalence, risk factors and management: an epidemiological study

Otter, S., Lucas, K., Springett, K., Moore, A., Davies, K., Cheek, L., Young, A. and Walker-Bone, K. 2010. Foot pain in rheumatoid arthritis prevalence, risk factors and management: an epidemiological study. Clinical Rheumatology. 29 (3), pp. 255-271.

Defining the research question

Springett, K. and Campbell, J. 2007. Defining the research question. in: Campbell, J. (ed.) A Guide to Research for Podiatrists Keswick M & K Publishing. pp. 8-16

Skin protection for use with caustics in podiatric practice: efficiency of a polymer paint

Plummer, J., Springett, K. and Phillips, G. 2004. Skin protection for use with caustics in podiatric practice: efficiency of a polymer paint. British Journal of Podiatry. 7 (3), pp. 68-70.
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