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Difficulties adjusting to post-discharge life following a spinal cord injury: An interpretative phenomenological analysis.

Journal Article
Dickson, A., Ward, R., O'Brien, G., Allan, D., & O'Carroll, R. E. (2011)
Difficulties adjusting to post-discharge life following a spinal cord injury: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 16, 463-474. https://doi.org/10.1080/13548506.2011.555769
Individual semi-structured interviews were conducted with 17 individuals who had experienced a traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), focusing on the participants' lived experien...

Understanding leg ulceration associated with Intravenous drug use

Journal Article
Coull, A., & Sharp, A. (2018)
Understanding leg ulceration associated with Intravenous drug use. Nursing Times, 114(6), 31-34
Clinicians are reporting a rise in numbers of people with leg ulceration and a history of injecting drug use. These tend to be younger people with little co-morbidity. The ulc...

A pilot study of brain tumour growth between radiotherapy planning and delivery.

Journal Article
Pennington, C., Kilbride, L., Grant, R. & Wardlaw, J. M. (2006)
A pilot study of brain tumour growth between radiotherapy planning and delivery. Clinical Oncology. 18, 104-108. doi:10.1016/j.clon.2005.09.004. ISSN 0936-6555
Aims Delays between surgery and the delivery of radiotherapy may allow brain tumours to grow beyond the planned radiotherapy fields and therefore reduce the effectiveness of r...

Learning and using biosciences in nursing Part Two: achieving patient outcomes in perioperative practice.

Journal Article
Prowse, M. (2003)
Learning and using biosciences in nursing Part Two: achieving patient outcomes in perioperative practice. Journal of advanced perioperative care, 1, 129-135

A minimal jerk prosthesis control system.

Conference Proceeding
Hill, S. S., Binnie, D. & Gow, D. J. (2005)
A minimal jerk prosthesis control system. In Proceedings of the MEC’05 conference, UNB; 2005ISBN 1-55131-100-3

Reclaiming their lives: The decision making process in living liver donation – An interpretative phenomenological case study analysis of one couple.

Journal Article
Mcgregor, L., Dickson, A., Flowers, P., Hayes, P. C. & O'Carroll, R. E. (2013)
Reclaiming their lives: The decision making process in living liver donation – An interpretative phenomenological case study analysis of one couple. Psychology and Health. 29, 1373-1387. doi:10.1080/08870446.2014.940950. ISSN 0887-0446
Objectives: Adult-to-adult living liver donation (LLD) is a controversial procedure due to the risk to the healthy donor. The decision to proceed with LLD is an important, yet...