Items where Kingston Author is "Jones, Fiona"
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Number of items: 38.
Boger, Emma, Ellis, Jaimie, Latter, Sue, Foster, Claire, Kennedy, Anne, Jones, Fiona, Fenerty, Vicky, Kellar, Ian and Demain, Sara (2015) Self-management and self-management support outcomes: a systematic review and mixed research synthesis of stakeholder views. PLoS ONE, 10(7), e0130990. ISSN (online) 1932-6203
McKenna, Suzanne, Jones, Fiona, Glenfield, Pauline and Lennon, Sheila (2015) Bridges self-management program for people with stroke in the community: a feasibility randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Stroke, 10(5), pp. 679-704. ISSN (print) 1747-4930
Hewitt, Gillian, Sims, Sarah, Greenwood, Nan, Jones, Fiona, Ross, Fiona and Harris, Ruth (2014) Interprofessional teamwork in stroke care: is it visible or important to patients and carers? Journal of Interprofessional Care, ISSN (print) 1356-1820 (Epub Ahead of Print)
Riazi, Afsane, Aspden, Trefor and Jones, Fiona (2014) Stroke self-efficacy questionnaire: a Rasch-refined measure of confidence post stroke. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 46(5), pp. 406-412. ISSN (print) 1650-1977
Norris, Meriel, Jones, Fiona, Kilbride, Cherry and Victor, Christina (2014) Exploring the experience of facilitating self-management with minority ethnic stroke survivors: a qualitative study of therapists’ perceptions. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36(26), pp. 2252-2261. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Taylor, Elizabeth and Jones, Fiona (2014) Lost in translation: exploring therapists’ experiences of providing stroke rehabilitation across a language barrier. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36(25), pp. 2127-2135. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Appel, Caroline, Perry, Lin and Jones, Fiona (2014) Shoulder strapping for stroke-related upper limb dysfunction and shoulder impairments: systematic review. NeuroRehabilitation, 35(2), pp. 191-204. ISSN (print) 1053-8135
Woodman, Portia, Riazi, Afsane, Pereira, Carla and Jones, Fiona (2014) Social participation post stroke: a meta-ethnographic review of the experiences and views of community-dwelling stroke survivors. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36(24), pp. 2031-2043. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Harris, Ruth, Sims, Sarah, Hewitt, Gillian, Joy, Mark, Brearley, Sally, Cloud, Geoff, Drennan, Vari, Greenwood, Nan, Jones, Fiona, Kalra, Lalit, Mackenzie, Ann and Ross, Fiona (2013) Leadership of interprofessional stroke teams: how important is it for good team working? International Journal of Stroke, 8 (Suppl. 3), p. 32.
Lennon, Sheila, McKenna, Suzanne and Jones, Fiona (2013) Self-management programmes for people post stroke: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 27(10), pp. 867-878. ISSN (print) 0269-2155
Jones, Fiona, Livingstone, Elizabeth and Hawkes, Louise (2013) 'Getting the Balance between Encouragement and Taking Over' - Reflections on Using a New Stroke Self-Management Programme. Physiotherapy Research International, 18(2), pp. 91-99. ISSN (print) 1358-2267
Jones, Fiona, Riazi, Afsane and Norris, Meriel (2013) Self-management after stroke: time for some more questions? Disability and Rehabilitation, 35(3), pp. 257-264. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Sims, Sarah, Brearley, Sally, Hewitt, Gillian, Greenwood, Nan, Jones, Fiona, Ross, Fiona and Harris, Ruth (2013) How to develop a patient and carer advisory group in stroke care research. Nurse Researcher, 20(3), pp. 6-11. ISSN (print) 1351-5578
Jones, F (2013) Self-management: is it time for a new direction in rehabilitation and post stroke care? Panminerva Medica, 55(1), pp. 79-86. ISSN (online) 1827-1898
Jones, Fiona, Waters, Crystal, Benson, Laurence, Jones, Chris, Hammond, John and Bailey, Nicola (2012) Evaluation of a shared approach to interprofessional learning about stroke self-management. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 26(6), pp. 514-516. ISSN (print) 1356-1820
Jones, Fiona and Riazi, Afsane (2011) Self-efficacy and self-management after stroke: a systematic review. Disability and Rehabilitation, 33(10), pp. 797-810. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Riazi, Afsane and Jones, Fiona (2010) Further psychometric evaluation of the stroke self-efficacy questionnaire (SSEQ). International Journal of Stroke, 5(s3), pp. 26-29. ISSN (print) 1747-4930
Jones, Fiona and Jackson, Therese (2010) UK stroke forum 2009: main messages from the pre-conference therapy training on ‘life after stroke’. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 17(4), pp. 170-171. ISSN (print) 1741-1645
Jones, Fiona, Mandy, Anne and Partridge, Cecily (2009) Changing self-efficacy in individuals following a first time stroke: preliminary study of a novel self-management intervention. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(6), pp. 522-533. ISSN (print) 0269-2155
Jones, Fiona (2008) Stepping out: a programme focusing on self-management after stroke. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 15(12), pp. 540-541. ISSN (print) 1741-1645
Garrod, Rachel, Marshall, Johanna and Jones, Fiona (2008) Self efficacy measurement and goal attainment after pulmonary rehabilitation. The International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 3(4), pp. 791-796. ISSN (print) 1176-9106
Jones, Fiona, Partridge, Cecily and Reid, Fiona (2008) The stroke self-efficacy questionnaire: measuring individual confidence in functional performance after stroke. Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness, 17(7b), pp. 244-252. ISSN (print) 1752-9816
Jones, Fiona, Mandy, Anne and Partridge, Cecily (2008) Reasons for recovery after stroke: a perspective based on personal experience. Disability and Rehabilitation, 30(7), pp. 507-516. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Jones, Fiona (2006) Strategies to enhance chronic disease self-management: how can we apply this to stroke? Disability and Rehabilitation, 28(13/14), pp. 841-847. ISSN (print) 0963-8288
Simpson, Janet M. and Jones, Fiona (2004) Letter to the Editor. Physical or psychological change? Which is the most important rehabilitation outcome for older people who fall. Age and Ageing, 33(2), pp. 204-205. ISSN (print) 0002-0729
Jones, Fiona (2011) Self-management. In: Stokes, Maria and Stack, Emma, (eds.) Physical Management for Neurological Conditions. 3rd ed. London, U.K. : Churchill Livingstone. pp. 367-382. ISBN 9780702047121
Conference or Workshop Item
Jones, Fiona (2014) Improving the plot. How Bridges can help people with stroke and neurological conditions take control of their everyday lives. In: Kingston Connections 2014; 21 - 29 Jun 2014, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Norris, M., Kilbride, C., Victor, C. and Jones, F. (2012) The use of self-management in stroke survivors from ethnic minorities: a mixed methods study. In: The 7th UK Stroke Forum Conference; 04-06 Dec 2012, North Yorkshire, U.K..
Norris, M., Baird, Tess and Jones, F. (2012) Identifying the barriers to promoting self management in the acute environment. In: UK Stroke Forum Conference; 04 - 06 Dec 2012, Harrogate, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Woodman, P, Jones, F, Riazi, A and Mackenzie, A (2012) Social participation post stroke: a meta-ethnographic review of the experiences and views of community dwelling stroke survivors in the UK. In: UK Stroke Forum Conference; 04 - 06 Dec 2012, Harrogate, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Coster, K., Baird, T., Julien, C. and Jones, F. (2012) Who controls the goals? Service users guiding the development of long term goal setting with rehab support workers in a community stroke team. In: UK Stroke Forum 2012 Conference; 4-6 December 2012, Yorkshire, U.K..
Jones, F and Lennon, S (2009) A new stroke self-management programme: preliminary analysis of training for practitioners. In: 2009 UK Stroke Forum Conference; 01 - 03 Dec 2009, Glasgow, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Jones, F., Partridge, C. and Mandy, A. (2004) Towards a measurement of self-efficacy for stroke. In: British Geriatrics Society Autumn Meeting; 6-8 October 2004.
Harris, Ruth, Sims, Sarah, Hewitt, Hewitt, Joy, Mark, Brearley, Sally, Cloud, Geoff, Drennan, Vari, Greenwood, Nan, Jones, Fiona, Kalra, Lalit, Mackenzie, Ann and Ross, Fiona (2013) Interprofessional teamwork across stroke care pathways: outcomes and patient and carer experience. final report. NIHR service delivery and organisation programme. (Project Report) Southampton, U.K. : Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 371 p.