The research

2009

The ethics of complementary therapy research recruitment: a case study
Barlow F, Lewith G (2009)
British Journal of General Practice, 302-303
 
Interviewing children with acquired brain injury (ABI). 
Boylan A-M, Linden MA, and Alderdice FA (2009)
Journal of Early Childhood Research Vol 7 (3): 264-282.
 
‘Getting through’ not ‘going under’. A qualitative study of gender and spousal support after diagnosis with colorectal cancer 
Emslie C, Browne S, McLeod U, Rozmovits L, Mitchell E, Ziebland S (2009)
Social Science & Medicine ; 68: 1169-1175
 
Practitioners, postnatal depression, and translation: an investigation into the representation of Bangladeshi mothers in the East End 
Griffith L (2009)
Anthropology & Medicine 16 (3): 267-278
 
Disclosing a Cancer Diagnosis to Friends and Family: a gendered analysis of young men's and women's experiences 
Hilton S, Emslie C, Hunt K, Chapple A, Ziebland S (2009)
Qualitative Health Research ; 19 (6): 744-754
 
Experiencing Cancer in Old Age: A Qualitative Systematic Review 
Hughes N, Closs SJ & Clark D (2009)
Experiencing Cancer in Old Age: A Qualitative Systematic Review. Qualitative Health Research. 19 (8): 1143-1159.
 
'My brain couldn't move from planning a birth to planning a funeral': a qualitative study of parents' experiences of decisions after ending a pregnancy for fetal abnormality 
Hunt, K. France, E. Wyke, S. Field, K. Ziebland, S (2009)
International Journal of Nursing Studies ;46: 1111-1121
 
The meaning of evidence; can practitioners be researchers? 
Lewith G, Brien S, Barlow F, Eyles C, Flower A, Hall S, Hill C, Hopwood V (2009)
Forschende Komplementarmedzin16: 343–347
 
The context and meaning of placebos for complementary medicine 
Lewith,G., Barlow,F.,Eyles,C.,Flower,A., Hall,S., Hopwood,V., Walker,J (2009)
Forschende Komplementarmedzin16: 404–412
 
Biographical disruption, abruption and repair in the context of Motor Neurone Disease 
Locock L, Ziebland S, Dumelow C (2009)
Sociology of Health and Illness31 (7): 1-16
 
‘Making it all normal’: the role of the internet in problematic pregnancy
Lowe P, Powell J, Thorogood M, Locock L (2009)
Qualitative Health Research 19 (10): 1476-84
 
Patients views of a multimedia resource featuring experiences of rheumatoid arthritis: pilot evaluation of www.healthtalkonline.org 
Newman M, Ziebland S, Barker K (2009)
Health Informatics Journal ; 15: 147-159
 
Theoretical and practical issues in the definition of health: Insights from an Aboriginal Australian Health definition 
Paula Boddington, Ulla Räisänen (2009)
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy34 (1): 68-90
 
Evaluation of a massage programme for children who have been sexually abused and their non-abusing mothers 
Powell LA, Cheshire A (2009)
Child Abuse and Neglect (in press)
 
Children’s experiences of living with cerebral palsy and their participation in a Training and Support Programme involving massage 
Powell LA, Cheshire A, Swaby L (2009)
Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice (in Press)
 
Report on an intervention involving massage and yoga for male adolescents attending one community special school 
Powell LA, Potter L (2009)
UK International Journal Special Education (In press)
 
From advocate to activist? Mapping the experiences of mothers of children on the autism spectrum
Ryan S, Runswick Cole C (2009)
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability22 (1): 43-53
 
Mind and Body Management Strategies for Chronic Pain and Rheumatoid Arthritis: strategies in search of well being 
Shariff F, Carter J, Dow C, Polley M, Salinas M, Ridge D (2009)
Qualitative Health Research
 
Perhaps the cause of autism lies within the senses, rather than DNA
Silva LM, Powell LA (2009)
American Journal of Occupational Therapy (April 2009 posted online)
 
What patients think about ICU follow-up services: a qualitative study 
Suman Prinjha, Kate Field, Kathy Rowan (2009)
Critical Care 2009, 13:R46
 
Treatment Choices
Ziebland S (2009)
Encyclopedia of Shared Decision making. Sage 2009

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