Items where SHU Author is "Kilner, Karen"
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BURTON, Maria, KILNER, Karen, GORDON, Frances, COLLINS, Karen, WYLD, Lynda, LIFFORD, Kate, ALLISON, Annabel and REED, Malcolm (2017). Information needs and decision making preferences of older women offered a choice between surgery and primary endocrine therapy for early breast cancer. Psych-oncology. (In Press)
ALRENI, Ahmad Salah Eldin, HARROP, Deborah, LOWE, Anna, POTIA, Tanzila, KILNER, Karen and MCLEAN, Sionnadh Mairi (2017). Measures of upper limb function for people with neck pain. A systematic review of measurement and practical properties. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice. (In Press)
SIMPER, Trevor, BRECKON, Jeff and KILNER, Karen (2016). Group motivational interviewing in the 'Small Changes' weight management project: a quasi-experimental trial. The Journal of Behavioral Health. (In Press)
BRYAN, Karen, GARVANI, Gillian, GREGORY, Juliette and KILNER, Karen (2015). Language difficulties and criminal justice: the need for earlier identification. International journal of language and communication disorders, 50 (6), 763-775.
WILLIAMSON, Kevin, KILNER, Karen and CLIBBENS, Nicola (2015). A comparison of the nutrient intake of a community-dwelling first episode psychosis cohort, aged 19-64, with data from the United Kingdom population. British Journal of Nutrition, 4 (e28), 1-8.
CHAPMAN, Ann L N, JOHNSON, David and KILNER, Karen (2014). Leadership styles used by senior medical leaders : patterns, influences and implications for leadership development. Leadership in Health Services, 27 (4), 283-298.
MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, WHITFIELD, Malcolm, KILNER, Karen and ALLMARK, Peter (2013). Doctors' and nurses' perceptions of barriers to conducting handover in hospitals in the Czech Republic. American Journal of Nursing Research, 1 (1), 1-9.
FERGUSON, Sally, AYLOTT, Jill and KILNER, Karen (2010). An evaluation of the Clinical Directed Enhanced Service for People with Learning Disabilities in the Yorkshire and the Humber Region. Project Report. Speakup Self Advocacy and Sheffield Hallam University.