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Janice Pearse
Professor Tim Rapley
Dr Anna Basu
Grappling with uncertainty - experiences of parents of infants following perinatal stroke2022
Janice Pearse
Professor Tim Rapley
Dr Anna Basu
Grappling with uncertainty - experiences of parents of infants following perinatal stroke2022
Dr Jessica Blickwedel
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
Evaluation of the Training in Early Detection for Early Intervention (TEDEI) e-learning course using Kirkpatrick's method2021
Janice Pearse
Dr Jill Cadwgan
Dr Ceit Jesmont
Seamus Kelly
Dr Anna Basu
et al.
Feasibility Trial of Thumb Taping by Parents in Infants with Cerebral Palsy: Brief Report2020
Claire Marcroft
Janice Pearse
Pat Dulson
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Anna Basu
et al.
Current therapeutic management of perinatal stroke with a focus on the upper limb: a cross sectional survey of UK physiotherapists and occupational therapists2019
Dr Jill Cadwgan
Janice Pearse
Dr Anita Devlin
Dr Anna Basu
Fifteen Minute Consultation: Management of the upper limb in unilateral cerebral palsy2019
Dr Chris Lord
Professor Tim Rapley
Claire Marcroft
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
et al.
Determinants of parent-delivered therapy interventions in children with cerebral palsy: A qualitative synthesis and checklist2018
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Blythe Wright
Jess Baggaley
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
Early therapy in perinatal stroke: pilot feasibility trial2018
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Rose Watson
Pat Dulson
Jessica Baggaley
et al.
Feasibility Trial of an Early Therapy in Perinatal Stroke (eTIPS)2018
Janice Pearse
Promoting optimal bimanual performance in cerebral palsy2018
Dr Anna Basu
Emma Kirkpatrick
Blythe Wright
Janice Pearse
Kate Best
et al.
The Tyneside Pegboard Test: Development, validation, and observations in unilateral cerebral palsy2018
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
ABILHAND-Kids questionnaire: responsive to change or room for change?2017
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Mark Baker
Congenital mirror movements and unusual neurophysiology - is the reticulospinal tract to blame?2017
Dr Anna Basu
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Critical appraisal leaves our upper limb therapy intervention trial misrepresented2017
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Jess Baggaley
Rose Watson
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
Establishing the ingredients and mode of delivery of an early therapy intervention in perinatal stroke.2017
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Jessica Baggaley
Rose Watson
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
Participatory design in the development of an early therapy intervention for perinatal stroke2017
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Dr Tim Rapley
Publishing protocols for trials of complex interventions before trial completion – potential pitfalls, solutions and the need for public debate2017
Dr Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
Effect of parent-delivered action observation therapy on upper limb function in unilateral cerebral palsy: a randomised controlled trial2016
Jessica Baggaley
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
Experiences of using the ABILHAND-Kids questionnaire for children with unilateral CP in a UK setting2016
Dr Jill Cadwgan
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
Can taping improve hand posture and use in infants with asymmetric cerebral palsy?2015
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Dr Jill Cadwgan
Early intervention to improve hand function in hemiplegic cerebral palsy2015
Dr Javier Serradilla
Erin Baker
Hannah Preston
Charlotte Lambden
Janice Pearse
et al.
How does the assisting hand assessment relate to relative upper limb movement measured by actigraphy in children with hemiplegia?2015
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anna Basu
Parent-delivered play-based therapy improves hand function in hemiplegic cerebral palsy2014
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anna Basu
Compliance with a parent-delivered play-based therapy approach to upper limb rehabilitation in hemiplegic cerebral palsy2013
Dr Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
Motor planning ability is not related to lesion side or functional manual ability in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy2013
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anna Basu
Motor planning in childhood hemiplegia is biomechanically constrained2013
Dr Anna Basu
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Quantification of bimanual dexterity deficits in children with hemiplegia with a modified peg test2012
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Emma Kirkpatrick
Professor Janet Eyre
Raising awareness of the myth of the "unaffected hand" in childhood hemiplegia2011
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Botulinum toxin injection of biceps brachii significantly increases the efficacy of occupational therapy in hemiplegic cerebral pals: a randomised, double blinded, placebo controlled study.2009