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Dr Kate Swainston
A qualitative exploration of the experiences of post-mortem forensic imaging in Malta: A psychological perspective.2023
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
A qualitative study to explore patients' perceptions of their postoperative outcomes following forefoot surgery2022
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
A qualitative study with orthopaedic practitioners on pain catastrophizing and surgical outcomes: shifting from a medical towards a biopsychosocial model of surgery2022
Dr Kate Swainston
A systematic review and qualitative synthesis of the experience of living with colorectal cancer as a chronic illness2022
Blossom Bell
Dr Kate Swainston
A systematic review and thematic synthesis of haematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) patients experiences of long-term monitoring clinics and associated impact of fear of cancer recurrence (FCR).2022
Dr Kate Swainston
Dr Grant McGeechan
Are you in or are you out? Attitudes to organ donor registration in England.2022
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
Chapter 2: The associations of pain catastrophizing and post-operative outcomes in domains of pain, quality of life and function in joint replacement surgery.2022
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
Dave Townshend
Does a high pre-operative pain catastrophizing score influence the outcomes following hallux surgery?2022
Dr Kate Swainston
Dr Christopher Hurst
Lorelle Dismore
Health and Lifestyle of Patients with Mesothelioma: Protocol for the Help-Meso Study2022
Dr Kate Swainston
Interventions to promote physical distancing behaviour during infectious disease pandemics or epidemics: A systematic review2022
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
Patients experiences of their post-operative outcomes following forefoot surgery.2022
Dr Kate Swainston
Period poverty and period dignity. Lightening Talk2022
Dr Kate Swainston
The implementation and evaluation of a university-based scheme to reduce period poverty.2022
Dr Kate Swainston
Lorelle Dismore
What psychological interventions are effective for the management of Persistent Physical Symptoms (PPS)? A systematic review and meta-analysis2022
Dr Kate Swainston
Women's experiences of interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome2022
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr John Steer
Dr Kate Swainston
Lorelle Dismore
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A qualitative study exploring the impact and effects following hospital discharge of COVID-192021
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
A qualitative study to understand patients' experiences of foot pain and surgical consultation for hallux valgus and/or hallux rigidus2021
Dr Kate Swainston
A systematic review and qualitative synthesis of the experience of living with colorectal cancer as a chronic illness.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
An exploration of subjective wellbeing and resilience of non-frontline NHS employees, following resilience training.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
Healthcare professionals within a community substance misuse service: An exploration of the impact of Covid-19.2021
Rebecca Healey
Dr Kate Swainston
Men's experiences of living with melanoma: An interpretive phenomenological analysis2021
Dr Kate Swainston
Parents experiences of having an infant with early onset group B streptococcus infection.2021
Alistair Reay
Dr Kate Swainston
Service user experience with a community substance misuse service: An exploration of the impact of COVID-19.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
Statistical analysis report: Driving following a diagnosis of dementia. Exploring the views and experiences of patients and their carers - a national survey.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
The effect of COVID-19 on Service User Experience within a Community Substance Misuse Service.2021
Alistair Reay
Dr Kate Swainston
The impact of COVID-19 on Supporting Treatment and Recovery Together (START) Community Substance Misuse Services: A Qualitative Review.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
Lorelle Dismore
The impact of influential life events and current issues on women’s decision-making for breast cancer reconstructive surgery.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
Lorelle Dismore
The impact of sharing life events and current issues on decision-making for breast reconstructive surgery: The perspectives of healthcare professionals.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
The lived experience of long-term late-effects monitoring for haematopoietic stem cell recipients in England: A qualitative exploration.2021
Bethany Wetherell
Dr Kate Swainston
Women’s Post-Natal Experiences of Pre-eclampsia/Eclampsia.2021
Dr Kate Swainston
An interpretive phenomenological exploration of the barriers, facilitators and benefits to male mental health help-seeking.2020
Dr Kate Swainston
Childhood eye cancer from a parental perspective: The lived experience of parents with children who have had retinoblastoma.2020
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
The associations of pain catastrophizing and post-operative outcomes in domains of pain, quality of life, and function in joint replacement surgery: A systematic review2020
Dr Kate Swainston
The lived experience of adjustment to prostate cancer.2020
Dr Grant McGeechan
Dr Kate Swainston
Young people's experiences of targeted community intervention for self-harm.2020
Dr Kate Swainston
Cyber consumer decision-making styles: a qualitative approach2019
Dr Grant McGeechan
Dr Kate Swainston
Experiences of living with colorectal cancer as a chronic illness: protocol for a systematic review and qualitative synthesis.2019
Dr Kate Swainston
The discursive construction of low risk to sexually transmitted infections between women who are sexually active with women.2019
Rebecca Healey
Dr Kate Swainston
The lived experience of men diagnosed with melanoma: A qualitative exploration using photo-elicitation.2019
Nicole Beddard
Dr Grant McGeechan
Dr Kate Swainston
The lived experiences of parents with children who have had retinoblastoma.2019
Dr Grant McGeechan
Dr Kate Swainston
Time to Care Service Evaluation2019
Dr Kate Swainston
Using photo-elicitation to explore the lived experience of informal caregivers of individuals living with dementia.2019
Dr Kate Swainston
Experiences of adjustment to prostate cancer.2018
Dr Kate Swainston
Let’s talk about sex! Or is it just relationships? Communicating sex and relationships education in a primary setting.2018
Dr Kate Swainston
Community led Sex and Relationship Education for Parents and their children: A qualitative evaluation.2017
Dr Kate Swainston
A qualitative investigation of the Bradford Speakeasy sex education programme.2016
Dr Kate Swainston
A UK collaborative study of student peer leaders.2016
Rebecca Healey
Dr Kate Swainston
Patients’ experiences of melanoma from diagnosis to post treatment using illness grids.2016
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Kate Swainston
Social constructions of the male contraception pill: When are we going to break the vicious circle?2016
Dr Kate Swainston
The motivations to volunteer in Therapeutic Care and impact on psychological wellbeing.2016
Dr Kate Swainston
Increasing physical activity through self-efficacy as a consequence of social support experienced from computer game interaction.2015
Dr Kate Swainston
Sexual Health Research in Practice: Experiences in the North East.2015
Dr Kate Swainston
Sexual knowledge, contraception and accessing contraceptive methods among British University students.2014
Dr Kate Swainston
Women's experiences of treatment decision-making in breast cancer.2014
Dr Kate Swainston
Dr Darren Flynn
The effectiveness of community engagement approaches and methods for health promotion interventions: Rapid Review: Phase 12006