Items where Research Area is "Primary care and other community based clinical subjects"

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Alotaibi, Mohammed (2014) An intelligent mobile diabetes management and educational system for Saudi Arabia (SAED). (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Amblum, Jeshni and Armstrong, Kirsty (2014) Primary and first contact care on a medical support mission to the Dominican Republic. In: 10th Faculty Conference 2014: Empowering Partnerships; 17 Jul 2014, Kingston, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Amblum, Jeshni (2014) VIMM outreach extends beyond mission trips. Vision, 22(1), p. 5.

Amblum, Jeshni (2014) We were greeted with smiles and gratitude in the Dominican Republic. Vision, 22(2), pp. 1-5.

Armstrong, Kirsty (2014) Common skin problems in the community and primary care. British Journal of Community Nursing, 19(10), pp. 482-488. ISSN (print) 1462-4753

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Grant, Robert (2014) Converting an odds ratio to a range of plausible relative risks for better communication of research findings. British Medical Journal (BMJ), 348, f7450. ISSN (print) 0959-8138

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Harris, T, Kerry, S, Victor, C, Ekeland, U, Woodcock, A, Iliffe, S, Whincup, P, Beighton, C, Ussher, M, Limb, E, David, L, Brewin, D, Adams, F and Cook, D (2014) OP03 Does a complex intervention by primary care nurses increase walking in 60–75 year olds? Outcomes at three and twelve months from the PACE-Lift (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation – Lift) cluster randomised controlled trial. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 68(Suppl 1), A5. ISSN (print) 0143-005X

Hickey, Gary (2014) Who's tale is this? Involving patients and the public in decision making in health and social care: why, what and how? In: Kingston Connections 2014; 21-29 Jun 2014, Kingston, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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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 (Unpublished)

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Odeh, B., Philip, N., Kayyali, R., Elnabhani, S., Griffiths, C., Wigmore, B., Robinson, P. and Wallace, C. (2014) Acceptability of telehealth by elderly patients. In: British Geriatrics Society Autumn Meeting; 20-23 Nov 2013, Yorkshire.

Odeh, Bassel, Kayyali, Reem, Elnabhani, Shereen, Philip, Nada and Pierscionek, Barbara (2014) Telehealth: what do we know and what is the future? In: Kingston Connections 2014; 21 - 29 Jun 2014, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Reffin, Jo, Dewar, Liz, Di Marco, Maria [Contributor], Doran, Nicola [Contributor], Eagle, Michelle [Contributor], Freebody, Jane [Contributor], Glover, Sally [Contributor], Hiscock, Andy [Contributor], Groves, Lynne [Contributor], James, Meredith [Contributor], Lavalee, Gerie [Contributor], Mayhew, Anna [Contributor], Macaulay, Siobhan [Contributor], Newman, Jane [Contributor], Narayan, Suni [Contributor], Ramdharry, Gita [Contributor], Bailey, Geraldine [Contributor], Sizer, Holly [Contributor], Wallace, Amanda [Contributor], White, Claire [Contributor] and Yirrell, Jackie [Contributor] (2014) Exercise advice for adults with muscle-wasting conditions. Muscular Dystrophy Campaign Support and Resources Hub,

Rogers, Annabelle, Harris, Tess, Victor, Christina, Woodcock, Alison, Limb, Elizabeth, Kerry, Sally, Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter, Ekelund, Ulf, Beighton, Carole, Ussher, Michael, Adams, Fredrika and Cook, Derek G (2014) Which older people decline participation in a primary care trial of physical activity and why: insights from a mixed methods approach. BMC Geriatrics, 14(46), ISSN (online) 1471-2318

Ross, Fiona, Smith, Pam, Byng, Richard, Christian, Sara, Allan, Helen, Price, Linnie and Brearley, Sally (2014) Learning from people with long-term conditions: new insights for governance in primary healthcare. Health & Social Care in the Community, 22(4), pp. 405-416. ISSN (print) 0966-0410

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