Items where SHU Author is "Cook, Sarah"
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KILLASPY, Helen, MARSTON, Louise, GREEN, Nicholas, HARRISON, Isobel, LEAN, Melanie, COOK, Sarah, MUNDY, Timothy, CRAIG, Thomas, HOLLOWAY, Frank, LEAVEY, Gerard, KOESER, Leonardo, MCCRONE, Paul, ARBUTHNOTT, Maurice, OMAR, Rumana Z and KING, Michael (2015). Clinical effectiveness of a staff training intervention in mental health inpatient rehabilitation units designed to increase patients' engagement in activities (the Rehabilitation Effectiveness for Activities for Life [REAL] study): single-blind, cluster-randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2 (1), 38-48.
FEGAN, Colette and COOK, Sarah (2014). The therapeutic power of volunteering. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 20 (3), 217-224.
SPRANGE, Kirsty, MOUNTAIN, Gail A, BRAZIER, John, COOK, Sarah, CRAIG, Claire, HIND, Daniel, WALTERS, Stephen J, WINDLE, Gill, WOODS, Robert, KEETHARUTH, Anju D, CHATER, Tim and HORNER, Kath (2013). Lifestyle Matters for maintenance of health and wellbeing in people aged 65 years and over: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 14 (1), p. 302.
BARBER, Rosemary, BOOTE, Jonathan D., PARRY, Glenys D., COOPER, Cindy, YEELES, Philippa and COOK, Sarah (2012). Can the impact of public involvement on research be evaluated? : a mixed methods study. Health Expectations, 15 (3), 229-241.
FEGAN, Colette and COOK, Sarah (2012). Experiences of volunteering: a partnership between service users and a mental health service in the UK. Work (Reading, Mass.), 43 (1), 13-21.
COOK, Sarah, HILL, Cathy, MUNDY, Timothy, KILLASPY, Helen, HOLLOWAY, Frank, CRAIG, Tom, TAYLOR, Deborah and FREEMAN, Lara (2012). GetREAL Intervention Manual. A staff training intervention for inpatient mental health rehabilitation units aimed at increasing patients’ engagement in activities. Manual. Sheffield, Faculty of Health & Wellbeing, Sheffield Hallam University and UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, University College London.
COOK, Sarah and CHAMBERS, Eleni (2009). What helps and hinders people with psychotic conditions doing what they want in their daily lives. The British journal of occupational therapy, 72 (6), 238-248.
COOK, Sarah, CHAMBERS, Eleni and COLEMAN, Julie (2009). Occupational therapy for people with psychotic conditions in community settings: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23, 40-52.
COOK, Sarah (2006). Intervention schedule, occupational therapy for people with psychotic conditions in community settings. Manual. Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)