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Reducing delay in patients with acute coronary syndrome and other time-critical conditions: a systematic review to identify the behaviour change techniques associated with effective interventions

Journal Article
Farquharson, B., Abhyankar, P., Smith, K., Dombrowski, S. U., Treweek, S., Dougall, N., …Johnston, M. (2019)
Reducing delay in patients with acute coronary syndrome and other time-critical conditions: a systematic review to identify the behaviour change techniques associated with effective interventions. Open Heart, 6(1), https://doi.org/10.1136/openhrt-2018-000975
Background: Time to treatment in many conditions, particularly acute coronary syndrome, is critical to reducing mortality. Delay between onset of symptoms and treatment remain...

Physical fitness interventions for nonambulatory stroke survivors: A mixed-methods systematic review and meta-analysis

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Lloyd, M., Skelton, D. A., Mead, G. E., Williams, B., & van Wijck, F. (2018)
Physical fitness interventions for nonambulatory stroke survivors: A mixed-methods systematic review and meta-analysis. Brain and Behavior, 8(7), https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.1000
Introduction Physical fitness training after stroke is recommended in guidelines across the world, but evidence pertains mainly to ambulatory stroke survivors. Non-ambulatory ...

Art participation for psychosocial wellbeing during stroke rehabilitation: a feasibility randomised controlled trial

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Morris, J. H., Kelly, C., Joice, S., Kroll, T., Mead, G., Donnan, P., …Williams, B. (2017)
Art participation for psychosocial wellbeing during stroke rehabilitation: a feasibility randomised controlled trial. Disability and Rehabilitation, 41(1), 9-18. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2017.1370499
Purpose: To examine the feasibility of undertaking a pragmatic single-blind randomised controlled trial (RCT) of a visual arts participation programme to evaluate effects on s...

Physical activity participation in community dwelling stroke survivors: synergy and dissonance between motivation and capability. A qualitative study

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Morris, J. H., Oliver, T., Kroll, T., Joice, S., & Williams, B. (2017)
Physical activity participation in community dwelling stroke survivors: synergy and dissonance between motivation and capability. A qualitative study. Physiotherapy, 103(3), 311-321. doi:10.1016/j.physio.2016.05.001
Objectives The evidence supporting benefits of physical activity (PA) on fitness, functioning, health and secondary prevention after stroke is compelling. However, many stroke...

Social context, art making processes and creative output: a qualitative study exploring how psychosocial benefits of art participation during stroke rehabilitation occur

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Morris, J., Toma, M., Kelly, C., Joice, S., Kroll, T., Mead, G., & Williams, B. (2016)
Social context, art making processes and creative output: a qualitative study exploring how psychosocial benefits of art participation during stroke rehabilitation occur. Disability and Rehabilitation, 38(7), 661-672. https://doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2015.1055383
PURPOSE: To explore stroke survivors' and artists' beliefs about participatory visual arts programme participation during in-patient rehabilitation to identify benefits and po...

Feasibility study of the effects of art as a creative engagement intervention during stroke rehabilitation on improvement of psychosocial outcomes: Study protocol for a single blind randomized controlled trial: The ACES study

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Morris, J. H., Kelly, C., Toma, M., Kroll, T., Joice, S., Mead, G., …Williams, B. (2014)
Feasibility study of the effects of art as a creative engagement intervention during stroke rehabilitation on improvement of psychosocial outcomes: Study protocol for a single blind randomized controlled trial: The ACES study. Trials, 15(380), https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-15-380
Background Benefits of art participation after stroke are becoming increasingly recognized. Qualitative studies suggest that participation in visual arts creative engagement i...

Reducing patient delay with symptoms of acute coronary syndrome: a research protocol for a systematic review of previous interventions to investigate which behaviour change techniques are associated with effective interventions

Journal Article
Farquharson, B., Dombrowski, S., Pollock, A., Johnston, M., Treweek, S., Williams, B., …Pringle, S. (2014)
Reducing patient delay with symptoms of acute coronary syndrome: a research protocol for a systematic review of previous interventions to investigate which behaviour change techniques are associated with effective interventions. Open Heart, 1(1), https://doi.org/10.1136/openhrt-2014-000079
Introduction Delay to presentation with symptoms of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is common meaning many fail to achieve optimal benefit from treatments. Interventions have ha...

People with Aphasia: Capacity to Consent, Research Participation and Intervention Inequalities

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Brady, M. C., Fredrick, A., & Williams, B. (2013)
People with Aphasia: Capacity to Consent, Research Participation and Intervention Inequalities. International Journal of Stroke, 8(3), 193-196. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1747-4949.2012.00900.x
Of 14 randomized controlled trials included in the recent Cochrane review of the evidence relating to information provision after stroke, only one included people with aphasia...

Optimising long-term participation in physical activities after stroke: Exploring new ways of working for physiotherapists

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Morris, J. H., & Williams, B. (2009)
Optimising long-term participation in physical activities after stroke: Exploring new ways of working for physiotherapists. Physiotherapy, 95(3), 227-233. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2008.11.006
There is now good empirical evidence of physical and functional benefits for individuals with stroke from long-term engagement in a range of physical activities. However, long...

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