Carlton J & Auld R (2011) What is vision screening? And more importantly, what is it not?. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal, 8, 71-73.
Carlton J (2011) Clinicians’ perspectives of health related quality of life (HRQoL) implications of amblyopia: a qualitative study. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal, 8, 18-23. View this article in WRRO
Carlton J & Czoski-Murray C (2009) Screening for amblyopia and strabismus in children aged 4-5 years: where do we go from here?. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal, 6, 15-21. View this article in WRRO
Karnon J, Carlton J, Czoski-Murray C & Smith K (2009) Informing disinvestment through cost-effectiveness modelling: is lack of data a surmountable barrier?. Appl Health Econ Health Policy, 7(1), 1-9.
Carlton J, Karnon J, Czoski-Murray C, Smith KJ & Marr J (2008) The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of screening programmes for amblyopia and strabismus in children up to the age of 4-5 years: a systematic review and economic evaluation.. Health Technol Assess, 12(25), iii-194.
Elliott J, Carlton J, Rowen D & Brazier J (2017) Changing HbA(1c) units: a hindarance, not a help to patients. DIABETOLOGIA, Vol. 60 (pp S342-S342)
Carlton J, Rowen D, Elliott J, Brazier J, Stevens K, Basarir H & Labeit A (2016) Developing a PROM to evaluate self-management in diabetes (HASMID): giving patients a voice. HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE OUTCOMES, Vol. 14 View this article in WRRO
Keetharuth A, Brazier JE, Connell J, Carlton J, Ricketts T, Buck ET, Barkham M, Bjorner JB, Croudace T & Browne J (2016) Constructing the short recovering quality of life (ReQoL) measure for use in a mental health population: combining psychometric and qualitative evidence. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, Vol. 25 (pp 70-70)
Connell J, Brazier JE, Carlton J, Buck ET, Grundy A, Keetharuth A, Ricketts T & Barkham M (2016) Developing the recovery of quality of life measure (ReQoL): the views of mental health service users on potential items. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, Vol. 25 (pp 46-47)
Brazier JE, Keetharuth A, Connell J, Carlton J, Buck ET, Ricketts T & Barkham M (2016) First validation of the short recovering quality of life (ReQoL) measure. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, Vol. 25 (pp 96-96)
Rowen D, Labeit A, Brazier JE, Stevens K, Elliott J, Mulhern B, Carlton J, Basarir H & Meadows K (2016) Valuing the impact of self-management on quality of life in diabetes using discrete choice experiments. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, Vol. 25 (pp 134-134)
Brazier J, Keetharuth A, Connell J, Barkham M, Carlton J, Ricketts T & Taylor Buck E (2016) CONSTRUCTING CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR A NEW QALY MEASURE IN MENTAL HEALTH: RECOVERING QUALITY OF LIFE (REQOL). VALUE IN HEALTH, Vol. 19(3) (pp A190-A190)
Carlton J () Cost-effectiveness of screening programmes for amblyopia. World Ophthalmological Congress 2010. Berlin, Germany, 5 June 2010 - 9 June 2010.
Carlton J () Impact of amblyopia on quality of life. World Ophthalmological Congress 2010. Berlin, Germany, 5 June 2010 - 9 June 2010.
Brazier J, Poku E & Carlton J () Does vision matter: a systematic review of the relationship between visual acuity and utilities.. Royal Collage of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress. Liverpool, UK, 25 May 2010 - 27 May 2010.
Carlton J () Challenges encountered in developing PROMs: The experience so far in the creation of a PROM for amblyopia in the paediatric population. Part of Symposium: Going to the PROM? Are patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) a useful tool to measure the impact of nursing interventions?. International Nursing Research Conference. Newcastle, UK, 11 May 2010 - 13 May 2010.
Carlton J () Development of a paediatric disease-specific measure of health related quality of life in amblyopia. British Isles Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Association (BIPOSA). Glasgow, UK, 23 September 2009 - 25 September 2009.
Carlton J () Quality of life issues in amblyopia.. Rotterdam Amblyopia Meeting. University Medical Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 12 February 2009.
Czoski-Murray C, Carlton C, Young T, Brazier J, Papo N & Kwon Kang H () Health state valuation for ARMD visual impairment states using simulation lenses. 6th iHEA World Congress on Health Economics. Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2007.
Brazier J, Bansback N, Espallargues M, Czoski-Murray C & Phippen G () Are generic preference-based measures truly generic? The case of visual impairment.. 5th iHEA World Congress on Health Economics. Barcelona, Spain, July 2005.
Brazier J, Bansback N, Espallargues M, Czoski-Murray C, Phippen G & Carlton J () The relationship between impairment and generic preference based measures, patient valuations and patient life satisfaction in Age Related Macular Degeneration.. European Conference on Health Economics. London School of Economics, London, 2005.
Carlton J, Phippen G, Hughes L, Czoski-Murray C, Bansback N, Espallargues M, Brand C & Brazier J () A survey of quality of life in patients with age related macular degeneration. Transactions of Xth International Orthoptic Congress. Melbourne, Australia, 14 November 2004 - 17 November 2004.
Carlton J () Lateral gaze incomitance in distance exotropia: should the neutralising prism be placed over the abducting or adducting eye?. British Isles Strabismological Association (BISA). York, UK, 7 October 2004.
Espallargues M, Brazier J, Czoski-Murray C, Bansback N, Phippen G & Carlton J () Health status measurement in Age-Related Macular Disease: new evidence for clinic and economic evaluation. Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi). Krakow, Poland, 30 May 2004 - 2 June 2004.
Brazier J, Poku E, Cooper K & Carlton J (2010) Reviewing the impact of visual acuity on utility values and assessing the appropriateness of the EQ-5D in Diabetic Macular Edema
Brazier J, Poku E, Cooper K & Carlton J (2010) Reviewing the impact of visual acuity on utility values and assessing the appropriateness of the EQ-5D in Diabetic Macular Edema. Report to Novartis. April 2010.
Brazier J, Kwon Kang H, Carlton J & Czoski-Murray C () General population survey to obtain values for AMD visual impairment states using lenses.
Carlton J & Kaltenthaler E (2010) Health Related Quality of Life Measures (HRQoL) in Orthoptics. British and Irish Orthoptic Society Scientific Conference, Oxford UK.
Czoski-Murray C, Carlton J, Brazier J, Young T, Kwon Kang H & Papo N (2007) Visual impairment states: valuation using simulation lenses. International Society for Quality of Life Research, Toronto, Canada.