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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Jenni Hislop
Dr Laura Ternent
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Implementing participation-focused services: A study to develop the Method for using Audit and Feedback in Participation Implementation (MAPi)2020
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
The meaning of leisure to children and young people with significant physical disabilities: Implications for optimising participation2020
Dr Jane Goodwin
Jan Lecouturier
Dr Anna Basu
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Johanna Smith
et al.
Standing frames for children with cerebral palsy: a mixed-methods feasibility study2018
Dr Jane Goodwin
Jan Lecouturier
Johanna Smith
Dr Anna Basu
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
et al.
Understanding frames: A qualitative study of young people's experiences of using standing frames as part of postural management for cerebral palsy2018
Dr Jane Goodwin
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Dr Anna Basu
Denise Howel
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
Understanding frames: A UK survey of parents and professionals regarding the use of standing frames for children with cerebral palsy2018
Jennifer McAnuff
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Improving participation outcomes and interventions in neurodisability: co-designing future research2017
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Methods for designing interventions to change healthcare professionals’ behaviour: a systematic review2017
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Dr Sara McCafferty
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
What constitutes successful commissioning of transition from children’s to adults’ services for young people with long-term conditions and what are the challenges? An interview study2017
Michael Sykes
Jennifer McAnuff
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
When is audit and feedback effective in dementia care? A systematic review2017
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Niina Kolehmainen
Implementing a video-based intervention to empower staff members in an autism care organization: a qualitative study2016
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