Items where SHU Author is "Craig, Claire"
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CRAIG, Claire, GUBLER, Ursi and CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2016). Exhibition in a box : uncovering occupational identity through objects. In: 40th College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Harrogate, 28th-30th June 2016.
CRAIG, Claire (2016). Photography as method in care home research. In: 40th College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Harrogate, 28th-30th June 2016.
CRAIG, Claire and CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2016). Digital health : promoting or preventing access to care? In: 1st COTEC-ENOTHE Congress, Galway, Ireland, 15-19 June 2016.
CRAIG, Claire (2016). Moving stories : using photography to understand the experiences of older people living in care homes. In: 1st COTEC-ENOTHE Congress, Galway, Ireland, 15-19 June 2016.
KANTARTZIS, Sarah, VAN BRUGGEN, Hanneke, CRAIG, Claire, PISKUR, Barbara, SCHILLER, Sandra, SIMO, Salvador and POLLARD, Nicholas (2016). Creating a think tank for occupation-based social transformation. In: 1st COTEC-ENOTHE Congress, Galway, Ireland, 15-19 June 2016.
CRAIG, Claire and FINLAY, Linda (2016). Working with groups. In: CURTIN, Michael, ADAMS, Jo and EGAN, Mary, (eds.) Occupational Therapy for People Experiencing Illness, Injury or Impairment, 7th ed. London, Elsevier. (In Press)
CHAMBERLAIN, Paul, CRAIG, Claire and DEXTER, Matt (2016). InTacT: Insights into Telehealth and Care Technologies. In: LANGDON, Pat, LAZAR, Jonathan, HEYLIGHEN, Ann and DONG, Hua, (eds.) Designing around people : CWUAAT 2016. Switzerland, Springer, 85-94.
SPRANGE, Kirsty, MOUNTAIN, Gail, SHORTLAND, Katy, CRAIG, Claire, BLACKBURN, Daniel, BOWIE, Peter, HARKNESS, Kirsty and SPENCER, Maggie (2015). Journeying through Dementia, a community-based self-management intervention for people aged 65 years and over : a feasibility study to inform a future trial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 1 (42).
BATEMAN, Roger, CRAIG, Claire, HAWLEY, Glyn and STIRLING, Eve (2015). Learning beyond borders : pioneering interdisciplinary learning and teaching approaches to promote socially responsible design practices. In: Learning and Teaching Conference 2015, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, 25 June 2015. (Unpublished)
BATEMAN, Roger and CRAIG, Claire (2015). Developing interdisciplinary learning and teaching approaches to promote socially responsible design practices. In: In a planet of our own, Mumbai, India, 3rd-5th December 2015. (Submitted)
PHILLIPS, Mark, DULAKE, Nick, WILLOX, Matt, GWILT, Ian, CRAIG, Claire and AUTON, Kevin (2015). Home health monitoring – EyKos HealthHub (product design concept). [Artefact]
CRAIG, Claire (2014). Photography in care homes: methods for a revealing practice. SAGE Research Methods Cases.
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.
CRAIG, Claire (2013). Fototherapie : Kreative Fotoarbeiten mit Jugendlichen, Erwachsenen und alten Menschen. Bern, Hans Huber.
CRAIG, Claire and KILLICK, John (2013). Kreativitat und Kommunikation bei Menschen mit Demenz. Bern, Hans Huber.
CRAIG, Claire, GWILT, Ian, LANGLEY, Joe and PARTRIDGE, Rebecca (2013). Thinking through design and rehabilitation. In: ENCARNAÇÃO, Pedro, AZEVEDO, Luís, GELDERBLOM, Gert Jan, NEWELL, Alan and MATHIASSEN, Niels-Erik, (eds.) Assistive technology : from research to practice. AAATE 2013. Assistive Technology Research Series (33). IOS Press, 798-803.
CRAIG, Claire and HURTLEY, Rosemary (2012). Reflections of hope : for people with dementia. Farnham, CWR.
CRAIG, Claire and KILLICK, John (2012). Creativity and communication in persons with dementia : a practical guide. London, Jessica Kingsley.
CRAIG, Claire and PISKUR, Barbara (2012). Student perspectives on the development and evaluation of a joint international education to promote employability in Europe. Work: a journal of prevention, assessment and rehabilitation, 41 (4), 439-447.
MOUNTAIN, Gail and CRAIG, Claire (2012). What should be in a self-management programme for people with early dementia? Aging and Mental Health, 16 (5), 576-583.
CRAIG, Claire (2011). Creativity outdoors. In: GILLIARD, Jane and MARSHALL, Mary, (eds.) Transforming the quality of life for people with dementia through contact with the natural world : fresh air on my face. London, Jessica Kingsley, 116-126.
LANGLEY, Joseph, YOXALL, Alaster, CRAIG, Claire and REED, Heath (2011). Assisted Services - Physical support or psychological blow? In: Design 4 Health European Conference and Exhibition, Sheffield, UK, July 13-15.
MOUNTAIN, Gail and CRAIG, Claire (2011). The lived experience of redesigning lifestyle post retirement in the UK. Occupational Therapy International, 18 (1), 48-58.
KAMAT, Seri, YOXALL, Alaster, CRAIG, Claire, CARRE, Matt and ROWSON, Jenn (2010). Understanding grip choice and comfort whilst hoovering. Proceedings of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 66, 1338-1343.
CRAIG, Claire and FINLAY, Linda (2010). Working with groups. In: CURTIN, Michael, MOLINEUX, Matthew and SUPYK, Jo-Anne, (eds.) Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction, 6th ed. Churchill Livingstone, 253-264.
CRAIG, Claire (2009). Exploring the self through photography : activities for use in group work. London, Jessica Kingsley.
CRAIG, Claire (2009). Study skills for health and social care students. SAGE Study Skills Series . London, Sage.
MOUNTAIN, Gail, MOZLEY, Caroline, CRAIG, Claire and BALL, Linda (2008). Occupational therapy led health promotion for older people : feasibility of the Lifestyle Matters Programme. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 7 (10), 406-413.
CRAIG, Claire and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2007). Lifestyle matters: an occupational approach to healthy ageing. Brackley, Speechmark.
CRAIG, Claire (2003). Morning coffee : revisiting the social aspects of eating. In: MARSHALL, Mary, (ed.) Food, glorious food : perspectives on food and dementia. London, Hawker Publications.