Items where SHU Author is "Mountain, Gail"
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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.
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.
MAWSON, Sue and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2011). The SMART rehabilitation system for stroke self-management : issues and challenges for evidence-based health technology research. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 25 (1), 48-53.
MOUNTAIN, Gail and CRAIG, Claire (2011). The lived experience of redesigning lifestyle post retirement in the UK. Occupational Therapy International, 18 (1), 48-58.
ZHENG, H, NUGENT, C, MCCULLAGH, P, HUANG, Y, BURNS, W, DAVIES, R, BLACK, N, WRIGHT, Peter, MAWSON, Sue, ECCLESTON, C, HAWLEY, M and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2010). Smart self management : assistive technology to support people with chronic disease. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 16 (4), 224-227.
NASR, Nasrin, TORSI, Silvia, WRIGHT, Peter, MAWSON, Sue and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2010). Supporting the self management of stroke by applying a user-centred design approach. Clinical Rehabiliation, 24, 276-287.
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.
PICKSTONE, Caroline, NANCARROW, Susan, COOKE, Jo, VERNON, Wesley, MOUNTAIN, Gail, BOYCE, Rosalie A. and CAMPBELL, Jackie (2008). Building research capacity in the allied health professions. Evidence & Policy, 4 (1), 53-69.
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.
CRAIG, Claire and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2007). Lifestyle matters: an occupational approach to healthy ageing. Brackley, Speechmark.