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What is a Return to Work after Stroke? 12 Month Outcomes in a Feasibility Trial (2020)
Journal Article
Radford, K., Grant, M. I., Sinclair, E. J., Kettlewell, J., & Watkin, C. (in press). What is a Return to Work after Stroke? 12 Month Outcomes in a Feasibility Trial. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine,

Objective : Stroke is the greatest cause of disability in adults; a quarter affect people of working age, yet under half return to work. There has been little investigation into what constitutes a ‘return to work’ following stroke. This study descri... Read More about What is a Return to Work after Stroke? 12 Month Outcomes in a Feasibility Trial.

A systematic review of personal smart technologies used to improve outcomes in adults with acquired brain injuries (2019)
Journal Article
Kettlewell, J., das Nair, R., & Radford, K. (2019). A systematic review of personal smart technologies used to improve outcomes in adults with acquired brain injuries. Clinical Rehabilitation, doi:10.1177/0269215519865774

Objective: This review aimed to determine the effectiveness of personal smart technologies on outcomes in adults with acquired brain injury. Data sources: A systematic literature search was conducted on 30 May 2019. Twelve electronic databases,... Read More about A systematic review of personal smart technologies used to improve outcomes in adults with acquired brain injuries.

Evaluating Brain-in-Hand for adults with an acquired brain injury (2019)
Thesis
Kettlewell, J. L. Evaluating Brain-in-Hand for adults with an acquired brain injury. (Thesis). University of Nottingham. Retrieved from https://nottingham-repo...ribe.com/output/1872737

Over one million people live with the long-term consequences of acquired brain injury (ABI). Individuals with ABI may find it difficult to self-manage the effects of injury and it is important to provide them with the skills to live independently. Ma... Read More about Evaluating Brain-in-Hand for adults with an acquired brain injury.

Informing evaluation of a smartphone application for people with acquired brain injury: a stakeholder engagement study (2018)
Journal Article
Kettlewell, J., Phillips, J., Radford, K. A., & das Nair, R. (2018). Informing evaluation of a smartphone application for people with acquired brain injury: a stakeholder engagement study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 18(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12911-018-0611-0

Background Brain in Hand is a smartphone application (app) that allows users to create structured diaries with problems and solutions, attach reminders, record task completion and has a symptom monitoring system. Brain in Hand was designed to supp... Read More about Informing evaluation of a smartphone application for people with acquired brain injury: a stakeholder engagement study.