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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Helen Hanson
Ruth Hart
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Experiences of employment among young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a qualitative study2018
Ruth Hart
Professor Fai Ng
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Katie Hackett
Dr Richard Lee
et al.
What impact does written information about fatigue have on patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases? Findings from a qualitative study2017
Ruth Hart
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Andrea Myers
et al.
Being as normal as possible: How young people ages 16-25 years evaluate the risks and benefits of treatment for inflammatory arthritis2016
Ruth Hart
Dr Katie Hackett
Rob Newton
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Ben Thompson
et al.
The F-Word: Why Is Talking about Fatigue so Hard?2016
Dr Richard Lee
Ruth Hart
Rose Watson
Dr Tim Rapley
Qualitative synthesis in practice: some pragmatics of meta-ethnography2015
Ruth Hart
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Dr Ben Thompson
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Andrea Myers
et al.
Young people's decisions about biologic therapies: who influences them and how?2015
Ruth Hart
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Ben Thompson
Professor Tim Rapley
et al.
Being as Normal as Possible: How Young People Value the Risks and Benefits of Treatment2014
Ruth Hart
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Professor Tim Rapley
et al.
Making Decisions about Biologic Therapies: Young People’s Reflections on the Process and Experience2014
Helen Hanson
Ruth Hart
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
The Vocational Experiences of Young People with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and the Role of the Multidisciplinary Team Supporting Positive Employment Outcomes2014
Helen Hanson
Ruth Hart
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
The vocational experiences of young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and the role of the multidisciplinary team supporting positive employment outcomes2014
Helen Hanson
Ruth Hart
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Working on it: A Qualitative Study Exploring Factors Associated with Positive Vocational Outcomes in Young Adults with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis2014
Ruth Hart
Dr Ben Thompson
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Dr Lesley Kay
Professor Tim Rapley
et al.
Young people's decisions about biologic therapies: Who influences them and how?2014
Helen Hanson
Ruth Hart
Professor David Deehan
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Employment Issues Among Young Adults with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA): Patient Perspectives and Current Clinical Practice2013
Ruth Hart
Emerita Professor Helen Foster
Dr Lesley Kay
Dr Ben Thompson
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
Young people's decisions about biologic therapies: Who influences them and how?2013
Ruth Hart
Making the links between teachers' professional standards, induction, performance management and continuing professional development2011
Ruth Hart
Trying to get by: children and young people talk about poverty2011
Ruth Hart
Trying to Get By: Consulting with Children and Young People on Child Poverty2011
Ruth Hart
Young People with SEN/LDD: Research into Planning for Adult Life and Services2011
Ruth Hart
Adult basic skills development and family learning2010
Ruth Hart
Positivity in Practice: Approaches to Improving Perceptions of Young People and their Involvement in Crime and Anti-social Behaviour2010
Ruth Hart
The impact of adult basic skills development on individuals and employers2010
Ruth Hart
The Impact of the Baby Peter Case on Applications for Care Orders2010
Ruth Hart
Narrowing the Gap in Outcomes: Governance2009
Ruth Hart
Older people and alcohol: A summary and recommendations arising from research in Ayrshire & Arran2004