Items where SHU Author is "Burton, Maria"
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BURTON, Maria, COLLINS, Karen Anna, LIFFORD, Kate Joanna, BRAIN, Kate, WYLD, Lynda, CALDON, L., GATH, Jacqui, REVELL, Deirdre and REED, Malcolm William (2014). The information and decision support needs of older women (> 75 yrs) facing treatment choices for breast cancer: a qualitative study. Psycho‐Oncology.. (In Press)
BURTON, Maria, COLLINS, Karen, CALDON, Lisa J. M., WYLD, Lynda and REED, Malcolm W. R. (2014). Information needs of older women faced with a choice of primary endocrine therapy or surgery for early-stage breast cancer : a literature review. Current Breast Cancer Reports, 6 (3), 235-244.
MALLETT, Ross, BAKKER, Edward and BURTON, Maria (2014). Is physiotherapy self-referral with telephone triage viable, cost-effective and beneficial to musculoskeletal outpatients in a primary care setting? Musculoskeletal Care, 12 (4), 251-260.
GENT, Susannah, BURTON, Maria and HELLER, Ben (2012). Physiofun - Engineering for Life. [Image] (Unpublished)
BURTON, Maria, WALTERS, S. J., SALEH, M. and BRAZIER, J. E. (2012). An evaluation of patient-reported outcome measures in lower limb reconstruction surgery. Quality of Life Research, 21 (10), 1731-1743.
CHAMBERLAIN, Paul, REED, Heath, BURTON, Maria and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2011). Future bathroom: A study of user-centred design principles affecting usability, safety and satisfaction in bathrooms for people living with disabilities. In: Research and development work relating to assistive technology 2010-11. Department of Health, 28-29.
CHAMBERLAIN, Paul, REED, Heath, BURTON, Maria and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2011). ‘Future Bathroom’, What to make? Or How to Make? Challenges in meeting sustainable needs. In: BARTOLO, H., (ed.) Sustainable Intelligent manufacturing. Portugal, IST Press, 777-784.
BURTON, Maria, REED, Heath and CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2011). Age-related disability and bathroom use. Journal of Integrated Care, 19 (1), 37-43.
MCLEAN, S., BURTON, M., BRADLEY, L. and LITTLEWOOD, C. (2010). Interventions for enhancing adherence with physiotherapy: a systematic review. Manual Therapy, 15 (6), 514-521.