1983: Chronic back pain: a study of the pain response and its correlation with psychological variables. MSc Thesis, University of Aston in Birmingham.
1994: The Role of Psychological Variables in the Assessment and Physiotherapeutic Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders, PhD thesis, University of London.
Klaber Moffett J A, Richardson G A, Sheldon, TA, Maynard A K (1995) Back Pain - Its management and cost to society. Discussion paper 129, Centre for Health Economics.
Klaber Moffettt J A (1998) A short Guide to Purchasers on the State of the Evidence for Primary Care Management of Acute and Chronic Back Pain Nuffield Institute for Health , Leeds.
Klaber Moffett JA (1989) Back Schools, a chapter in "Back Pain: New Approaches to Rehabilitation and Education", eds Roland & Jenner, University of Manchester Press.
Klaber Moffett JA (1989). Exercises for back pain, a chapter in "Back pain: New Approaches to Rehabilitation and Education", eds Roland & Jenner, University of Manchester Press.
Klaber Moffett JA (1991). Psychosocial aspects of low back pain, a chapter in "Spinal Stenosis", ed J. Nixon (Edward Arnold).
Klaber Moffett JA & Richardson, GA (1995) Costs and effectiveness: Approaches to the management of back pain, in "Lumbar Spine Disorders. Current Concepts", Aspden, RM & Porter RW, World Scientific Press.
Roland M, Waddell G, Klaber Moffett J, Burton K, Main C. & Cantrell E, 1996 "The Back Book," The Stationery Office, London.
Frost H & Klaber Moffett JA. (in press) Conservative management of Back Pain. A chapter in "Oxford Textbook of Orthopaedics and Trauma".
Klaber Moffett JA (in press).Perceptions of pain and attitudes to pain A chapter in "Physiotherapy Pain Association Year Book Two".
Klaber Moffett JA (in press).Patient education, A chapter in "Musculoskeletal Medicine", eds Strutton M, and Ellis R.
Klaber Moffett JA, Chase S, Portek I & Ennis J (1986). A controlled prospective study to evaluate the effectiveness of a backschool in the relief of chronic low back pain. Spine 11(2), 120-122.
Klaber Moffett JA, Hughes GI, & Griffiths P (1989). A simple method of measuring cervical spine range of motion using a cervical inclinometer. Physiotherapy 75, 309-312.
Klaber Moffett JA, Hughes GI & Griffiths P (1990). An investigation into the effects of cervical traction for the relief of neck and arm. I: Clinical effectiveness. Clinical Rehabilitation 4, 205-211.
Klaber Moffett JA, Hughes GI & Griffiths P (1990). An investigation into the effects of cervical traction for the relief of neck and arm. II: The effects on the neck musculature. Clinical Rehabilitation 4, 287-290.
Klaber Moffett JA (1991). Randomised controlled trials, in Symposium on Methodology. Clinical Rehabilitation 5, 1-4.
Frost H & Klaber Moffett JA (1992) Physiotherapy management of chronic low back pain. Physiotherapy 78,10: 751-754.
Klaber Moffett JA, Hughes GI, & Griffiths P (1993). A longitudinal prospective study of back pain in student nurse. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 30, 197-212.
Klaber Moffett JA & Richardson, PH (1995) The influence of psychological variables on the development and perception of musculoskeletal pain. Physiotherapy Theory & Practice 11, 3-11.
Frost H, Klaber Moffett JA, Moser, JA, Fairbank, JCT.(1995) Evaluation of a fitness programme for patients with chronic low back pain. Brit Med Journal.310, 151-154.
Klaber Moffett JA, Richardson PH, Frost H, Osborn A (1996) A placebo controlled double blind trial to evaluate the effectiveness of pulsed short wave therapy for osteoarthritic hip and knee pain. Pain 67, 121-127.
Torgerson D, Klaber Moffett, J, & Russell, I, (1996) Patient preferences in randomised trials: threat or opportunity? Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 1, 194-197.
Jackson DA, Llewelyn-Phillips H, & Klaber Moffett JA, (1996) Categorisation of back pain patients using an evidence based approach. Musculoskeletal Management 2 (1996) 39-46.
Klaber Moffett JA & Richardson PH (1997) The influence of the physiotherapist-patient relationship on pain and disability. Invited paper for a special issue on Pain Disability and Physiotherapy Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 13 89-96.
Frost H, Lamb S, Klaber Moffett J, Fairbank J & Moser J. (1998) A fitness programme for patients with chronic low back pain: 2 year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial. Pain; 75:273-279.
Frankel B, Klaber Moffett J, Jackson D (1998) Trends in GP management of a North Yorkshire practice over a Four year period. Physiotherapy 84, 168.
Frankel B, Klaber Moffett J, Jackson D (1999). Guidelines for low back pain. Changes in GP management. Family Practice 16:216-222
Keen S, Dowell A, Hurst K, Klaber Moffett J, Tovey P, Williams R. (1999). Individuals with low back pain: how do they view physical activity? Family Practice 16:39-45
Klaber Moffett, JA, Torgerson, DJ, Bell-Syer, SEM, Jackson, D, Llewelyn Phillips, H, Farrin, A, Barber, J. (1999) A randomised trial of exercise for primary care back pain patients: Clinical outcomes, costs and preferences. British Medical Journal 319:279-283.
Bell-Syer, SEM, Klaber Moffett, JA (2000) Recruiting patients to randomised trials in primary care: Principles and case-study. Family Practice 17: 187-191
Klaber Moffett, JA and Frost, H in collaboration with the UKBEAM trial team (2000) The Back to Fitness programme: The manual for physiotherapists setting up exercise classes Physiotherapy 86:295-305
Klaber Moffett, JA (2000) The physiotherapist as enabler. Guest Editorial for Physical Therapy Reviews 5, 75-77
Klaber Moffett, JA, Newbronner, E, Croucher, K, Spears, S (2000) Public expectations about Public Perceptions about Low Back Pain and its management: A gap between expectations and reality? Health Expectations3:161-169.
Garratt, AM, Klaber Moffett, JA, Farrin AJ (2001) Responsiveness of generic and specific measures of health outcome in low back pain. Spine 26:71-77.
Sponsored attendance at a meeting in Maastricht to discuss setting up a Field in Physical Therapy within the Cochrane Collaboration, 11-12th May, 1995.
Clinical trials of patient education and exercise for back pain. Invited seminar at the Occupational & Industrial Orthopaedic Centre, University of New York, 23rd June 1995.
Randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of pulsed short wave therapy for the relief of pain in osteoarthritic knee and hip patients, presentation at the World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, Washington DC, 25-30th June, 1995.
Invited paper: European Symposium on Primary Prevention of Back Pain in Schools and at Work, Wiesbaden, Germany, 19th October 1996.
Participation and three poster presentations at the Second International Forum for Primary Care Research on Low Back Pain, The Hague, 30th-31st May 1997
Invited paper at International Ergonomics Association Congress, Tampere, Finland, 29th June -4th July 1997
Invited talk at the meeting for European primary prevention of back pain group Assmunshausen, Germany, 20-21st March 1998.
Presented paper: A randomised controlled trial of exercise classes for back pain patients in a UK community setting at the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Brussels June 1998.
Presented paper: One year results of an exercise programme for primary care back pain patients: Cost and preferences at the Third International Forum for Primary Care Back Pain Research, Manchester, UK, October 1998.
Presented paper: A community based exercise programme for back pain patients. World Congress of Physical Therapists, Yokohama, Japan, May 26th 1999
Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Paper presented: Randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of pulsed short wave therapy for the relief of pain in osteoarthritic knee and hip patients, Llandudno, 24-26th April 1996.
Seminar for GPs on evidence for the effectiveness of exercise programmes, Postgraduate Medical Centre, York, 16th May 1996.
Invited talk at meeting for collaborators of the MRC Spinal Stabilisation Trial: cognitive and behavioural factors in rehabilitation programmes, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, 9th July 1996.
Invited talk to Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Rheumatology: Influence of psychological factors in physiotherapy management of pain, Stafford, 28th Sept 1996.
Evidence Based Management of Back Pain. Series of seminars for GPs in South Derbyshire, Sept-Oct 1996.
Invited talk to Association of Physiotherapists in Occupational Health: Prevention of Back Pain, Nottingham, 10th October1996.
Appeared on Talk TV as the Back Pain Expert on a medical programme "2nd Option" answering callers' questions, Leeds, 11th October 1996.
Invited lecture to Association of Physiotherapists in Psychiatry on Influences of psychological factors in pain perception and pain management; and workshop on
Compliance with programmes, University of York, 14th October 1996. Invited talk to local branch of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy: Evidence for the effectiveness of Physiotherapy, Harrogate, 24th October 1996.
Invited talk on Costs of Back Pain to Society at the Society of Back Pain Research Meeting, Oswestry, 14th March 1997.
Organised and chaired a session on Repetitive Strain Injury at the Pain Society Annual Meeting, Newcastle, 2nd April 1997.
Invited contribution on Low Back Pain for GPs on York Vocational Training Scheme, York District Hospital, 23rd April 1997.
Invited talk on Physiotherapy Pain Association Study Day, on The development and perception of musculoskeletal pain and clinical implications, Bristol, 14th June 1997.
Invited talk for GPs and physiotherapists and managers on Evidence for the effectiveness of back pain management, Nottingham Post-Graduate Medical Centre, 16th June 1997.
Hosted the Physiotherapy Research Society Meeting at East Riding Medical Education Centre, Hull, 16th October 1997.
Invited talk on Costs of Back Pain to the NHS Spine Symposium, Middlesborough, 6th March 1998.
Invited talk at meeting: Changing the face of back pain management. Chester, 27th March 1998.
Invited talk at meeting: British Health Professionals in Rheumatology annual meeting, Brighton, 23-24th April, 1998.
Invited to lead workshops on making successful funding applications in the primary and secondary care setting. WOREN (Wolds Primary Care Research Network), Middlesborough NHS R&D Contacts Meeting, 1st October, and Hull, 24th November, 1998.
Invited talk at the European League Against Rheumatism Annual Conference in Glasgow Evidence based management of back pain June 8th 1999
Ran study days for training physiotherapists to participate in the UKBEAM trial York and London 11th and 23rd June 1999
Ran workshop in Wrexham for General Practice Staff participating in UKBEAM trial 7th July 1999
Organised and presented with colleagues up-date of research progress at the Institute of Rehabilitation, 10th August, 1999
Study day for physiotherapist in East Yorkshire participating in Sprinter trial for neck pain, 7th Septmember 1999