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Tim Chapman
Erika Johanson
Dr Lisa Robinson
Early Intervention Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Following Major Musculoskeletal Trauma: How Soon Is Too Soon?2022
Dr Lisa Robinson
Ruth Pearce
Dr James Frith
Strategies to improve uptake and adherence of non-pharmacologic interventions for orthostatic hypotension in older people: a qualitative study2022
Dr Lisa Robinson
Use of a modified Delphi process to develop research priorities in major trauma2022
Linda Tinkler
Dr Lisa Robinson
Clinical research nursing and factors influencing success: a qualitative study describing the interplay between individual and organisational leadership influences and their impact on the delivery of clinical research in healthcare2020
Dr Lisa Robinson
Dr Kate Hackett
Conceptualizing the key components of rehabilitation following major musculoskeletal trauma: A mixed methods service evaluation2020
Dr Lisa Robinson
Living with incurable cancer: what are the rehabilitation needs in a palliative setting?2019
Dr Lisa Robinson
Ruth Pearce
Dr James Frith
Acceptability of non-drug therapies in older people with orthostatic hypotension: a qualitative study2018
Jacqueline Claydon
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Dr Lisa Robinson
Paul Fearon
Challenges experienced during rehabilitation after traumatic multiple rib fractures: a qualitative study2018
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor Lynn Rochester
A process evaluation of a Psychomotor Dance Therapy Intervention (DANCIN) for behavior change in dementia: Attitudes and beliefs of participating residents and staff2017
Dr Lisa Robinson
District nurses' experiences of musculoskeletal wellbeing: A qualitative study2016
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor Julia Newton
Consulting patients in setting priorities in myalgic encephalomyelitis (M.E.) research: Findings from a national on-line survey2015
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor Julia Newton
Promoting self-management and adherence with strength and balance training for older people with long-term conditions: a mixed-methods study2014
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor Julia Newton
Self-management and adherence with exercise-based falls prevention programmes: a qualitative study to explore the views and experiences of older people and physiotherapists2014
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
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Falls and Fall-Related Injury Are Common in Older People with Chronic Liver Disease2012
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor Julia Newton
Professionals and the public: power or partnership in health research?2012
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Dr James Frith
Dr Simon Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Katharine Wilton
Jessie Pairman
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Dr Lisa Robinson
Professor David Jones
Appreciation of the benefits of exercise programmes in non-alcoholic liver disease: implications of fatigue and impact upon activities of daily living2008
Dr James Frith
Dr Lisa Robinson
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Professor David Jones
et al.
Falls are common in primary biliary cirrhosis and associate with dysautonomia and distal lower limb weakness2008