The following references
represent a selection of papers that we have published as a result of our ongoing headache research.
Kernick D, Reinhold D. The prevalence and treatment
of headache sufficient to impact on the quality of life of undergraduate students. Current Medical Research and Opinion
Kernick D, Reinhold D. Identifying and managing the unmet needs of headache sufferers
in general practice. Headache Care 2004;1(2):141-145.
Developing intermediate care provided by General Practitioners with a special interest: the economic perspective. British
Journal of General Practice 2003;53:553-56.
Belam J,Harris G, Kernick D et al. A qualitative study of migraine involving patient researchers. British Journal
of General Practice 2005;55:87-93.
Kernick D. A descriptive study
of an intermediate care headache clinic delivered by general practitioners with a special interest. Headache
Kernick D. Migraine - new perspectives from chaos theory. Cephalalgia
Kernick D. Developing a research agenda in headache service delivery:
proceed with caution. Cephalalgia 2007;27: 289-293.
Hamilton W, Kernick D. Clinical features
of primary brain tumours: a case-control study using electronic primary care records. British Journal General Practice
Kernick D, Stapley S, Hamilton W. GPs classification of headache: is primary headache
underdiagnosed? Br J Gen Pract 2008;58:102-104.
Kernick D, Ahmed F, Bahra et al.
Imaging patients with suspected brain tumour. Guidance for general practitioners. British Journal General Practice
Kernick D, Reinhold D. Children and adolescents with headache. What do
they need? J. Headache and pain 2008;9(4):225-231.
Kernick D, Stapley S, Goadsby P, Hamilton W.
What happens to new onset headache presented to primary care? A case-cohort study using electronic
primary care records. Cephalalgia 2008;28:1188-95.
Kernick D, Campbell JC. Measuring
the impact of headache in children: a critical review of the literature. Cephalalgia 2009;29:3-16.
D, Reinhold D, Campbell J. The impact of headache in a school population. BJGP 2009;59(566):678-81.
D, Stapley S, Campbell J, Hamilton W. What happens to new onset headache in children that present to primary
care? A case-cohort study using electronic primary care records. Cephalalgia 2009;29(12):1311-6.
Kernick D, Goadsby P. Guidelines for headache in sport. Cephalalgia 2010;31:106-111.
Ridsdale L, Kernick D. Improving management in primary care. Report of All-Party Parliamentary Group
on Primary Headache disorders. Page 4-7. House of Commons, London, 2010.
D. UK Health Service research in Headache Page 20-21. Report of All-Party Parliamentary Group on Primary Headache disorders.
Page 4-7. House of Commons, London, 2010.
Kernick D, Williams S. Should GPs have
direct access to neuroradiological investigation when adults present with headache. British Journal of General
Kernick D, Reinhold D, Stone C. A qualitative study of headache in school children. British Journal of School Nursing.
2011; 6(7): 337–41.
Elliott S, Kernick D. Why do GPs with a special interest in headache investigate headache presentations with
neuroradiology and what do they find? Headache Pain 2011; 12:625-628
Dekker F, Neven A, Andriesse B, Kernick D et al. Prophylactic
treatment of migraine by general practitioners. A qualitative study. BJGP 2012; 62:194-195
Kernick D, From simple to chaotic.
A theoretical model for multimorbidity. From simple to chaotic. Br J Gen Pract. 2012; 62:659-62
Kennis K, Kernick D, O'Flynn
N. Diagnosis and management of headache in young people and adults. BJGP 2013; 63:443-445.
Oxford University Press Manual of Headache, (Eds Kernick D, Goadsby P) 2008.