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  • Development and evaluation of a nurse-led, tailored stroke self-management intervention. 

    Kidd, Lisa; Lawrence, Maggie; Booth, Jo; Rowat, Anne; Russell, Sian (BioMed Central http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12913-015-1021-y, 2015-09)
    KIDD, L., LAWRENCE, M., BOOTH, J., ROWAT, A. and RUSSELL, S., 2015. Development and evaluation of a nurse-led, tailored stroke self-management intervention. BMC Health Services Research, 15, 359
    Background: Community nurses are well placed to promote and support stroke survivors to engage in self-management. The aim of this study was to develop a stroke self-management intervention that could be tailored towards ...
  • Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of basic versus biofeedback-mediated intensive pelvic floor muscle training for female stress or mixed urinary incontinence: protocol for the OPAL randomised trial. 

    Hagen, Suzanne; McClurg, Doreen; Bugge, Carol; Hay-Smith, Jean; Dean, Sarah Gerard; Elders, Andrew; Booth, Jo; Kilonzo, Mary; Glazener, Cathryn; Abdel-fattah, Mohamed; Agur, Wael Ibrahim; Guerrero, Karen; Norrie, John; McPherson, Gladys; McDonald, Alison; Stratton, Susan; Sergenson, Nicole; Grant, Aileen M.; Wilson, Lyndsay (BMJ Publishing Group https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024153, 2019-02-08)
    HAGEN, S., MCCLURG, D., BUGGE, C., HAY-SMITH, J., DEAN, S.G., ELDERS, A., BOOTH, J., and KILONZO, M. 2019. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of basic versus biofeedback-mediated intensive pelvic floor muscle training for female stress or mixed urinary incontinence: protocol for the OPAL randomised trial. BMJ open [online], 9(2), article ID e024153. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024153
    Introduction: Accidental urine leakage is a distressing problem that affects around one in three women. The main types of urinary incontinence (UI) are stress, urgency and mixed, with stress being most common. Current UK ...
  • Stroke self-management: what does good nursing support look like? 

    Kidd, Lisa; Lawrence, Maggie; Booth, Jo; Rowat, Anne (RCN Publishing http://dx.doi.org/10.7748/phc.25.3.24.e946, 2015-03)
    KIDD, L., LAWRENCE, M., BOOTH, J. and ROWAT, A., 2015. Stroke self-management: what does good nursing support look like? Primary Health Care, 25 (3), pp. 24-27.
    Nurses play a pivotal role in stroke self-management, yet there is a gap in our understanding of the perspectives of, and challenges faced, by stroke nurses in relation to the development, implementation and effect of ...