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“It's like being involved in a car crash”: teen pregnancy narratives of adolescents and young adults in Jos, Nigeria (2021)
Journal Article

Background Adolescent pregnancy has serious public health implications, with far-reaching outcomes extending past the mother and child and affecting society. The purpose of this study was to explore the lived experience of adolescent pregnancy in Jo... Read More about “It's like being involved in a car crash”: teen pregnancy narratives of adolescents and young adults in Jos, Nigeria.

Prioritising topics for developing e-learning resources in healthcare curricula: A comparison between students and educators using a modified Delphi survey (2021)
Journal Article

Background Engaging students in the e-learning development process enhances the effective implementation of e-learning, however, students’ priority on the topics for e-learning may differ from that of the educators. This study aims to compare the dif... Read More about Prioritising topics for developing e-learning resources in healthcare curricula: A comparison between students and educators using a modified Delphi survey.

Improving occupational therapists’ confidence in completing the Allied Health Professions Health and Work Report: Results from the CREATE feasibility study (2021)
Journal Article

Introduction: There is a concern that occupational therapists lack confidence in advising on fitness to work. The aim of this study was to compare two training methods of improving occupational therapists’ confidence in completing the Allied Health P... Read More about Improving occupational therapists’ confidence in completing the Allied Health Professions Health and Work Report: Results from the CREATE feasibility study.

Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: A qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences (2021)
Journal Article

There is a growing consensus that cognitive assessments should form part of routine clinical care in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). However, what remains unclear is which assessments are preferred by “stakeholders” (including people with MS, family members... Read More about Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: A qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences.

Clinicians’ experiences of discontinuing routine hip precautions following total hip replacement surgery: a qualitative analysis (2021)
Journal Article

Purpose: Hip precautions are routinely provided in the UK, despite evidence suggesting that they are no longer needed. A change in practice was introduced into an orthopaedic service whereby the provision of routine hip precautions was discontinued f... Read More about Clinicians’ experiences of discontinuing routine hip precautions following total hip replacement surgery: a qualitative analysis.