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How do patients spend their time in stroke rehabilitation units in England? The REVIHR study (2019)
Journal Article
Chouliara, N., Fisher, R., Crosbie, B., Guo, B., Sprigg, N., & Walker, M. (in press). How do patients spend their time in stroke rehabilitation units in England? The REVIHR study. Disability and Rehabilitation,

Aim: To examine how patients spend their time in stroke rehabilitation units in England.Methods: We recruited 144 patients within a month after stroke from four stroke rehabilitation units and observed their activity type, interactions and location.... Read More about How do patients spend their time in stroke rehabilitation units in England? The REVIHR study.

The ‘New Medicine Service’: supporting adherence in people starting a new medication for a long-term condition: 26-week follow up of a pragmatic randomised controlled trial (2019)
Journal Article
Elliott, R. A., Boyd, M., Tanajewski, L., Barber, N., Gkountouras, G., Avery, A. J., …Chuter, A. (2019). The ‘New Medicine Service’: supporting adherence in people starting a new medication for a long-term condition: 26-week follow up of a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. BMJ Quality and Safety, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjqs-2018-009177+

Improving community support for older people’s needs through commissioning third sector services: a qualitative study (2019)
Journal Article
Chadborn, N., Craig, C., Sands, G., Schneider, J., & Gladman, J. (2019). Improving community support for older people’s needs through commissioning third sector services: a qualitative study. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 24(2), 116-123. doi:10.1177/1355819619829774

Aim: This exploratory study of commissioning third sector services for older people aimed to explore whether service data was fed back to commissioners and whether this could improve intelligence about the population and hence inform future commissio... Read More about Improving community support for older people’s needs through commissioning third sector services: a qualitative study.

Feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of remotely delivered problem-solving cognitive behaviour therapy versus usual care for young people with depression and repeat self-harm: lessons learnt (e-DASH) (2019)
Journal Article
Sayal, K., Roe, J., Ball, H., Atha, C., Kaylor-Hughes, C., Guo, B., …Morriss, R. (2019). Feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of remotely delivered problem-solving cognitive behaviour therapy versus usual care for young people with depression and repeat self-harm: lessons learnt (e-DASH). BMC Psychiatry, 19(1), doi:10.1186/s12888-018-2005-3

Background Self-harm and depression are strong risk factors for repeat self-harm and suicide. We aimed to investigate the feasibility of a randomised controlled trial (RCT) of remotely delivered problem-solving cognitive behaviour therapy (PSCBT)... Read More about Feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of remotely delivered problem-solving cognitive behaviour therapy versus usual care for young people with depression and repeat self-harm: lessons learnt (e-DASH).

A new normal?: Women's experiences of biographical disruption and liminality following treatment for early stage breast cancer (2016)
Journal Article
Trusson, D., Pilnick, A., & Roy, S. (2016). A new normal?: Women's experiences of biographical disruption and liminality following treatment for early stage breast cancer. Social Science and Medicine, 151, 121-129. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.01.011

Increasing numbers of women are surviving breast cancer, but little is known about the long-term implications of having survived a life-threatening illness and living with embodied reminders of its potential to return. Twenty-four women aged between... Read More about A new normal?: Women's experiences of biographical disruption and liminality following treatment for early stage breast cancer.