Items where SHU Author is "Ibbotson, Rachel"
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HOMER, Catherine, ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq, IBBOTSON, Rachel and TOD, Angela (2015). Weight gain following stroke in younger age (below 70 years) in men and women: challenges and opportunities for prevention and action. Project Report. Sheffield, UK, Collaboration for Leadership in applied Health Research and Care.
COLLINS, Karen, HUGHES, Philippa, IBBOTSON, Rachel, FOY, George and BROOKS, David (2015). Views and experiences of using integrated care pathways (ICPs) for caring for people in the last days to hours of life: results from a cross sectional survey of UK professionals. British Medical Journal Supportive and Palliative Care. (In Press)
HOMER, Catherine, TOD, Angela, ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq and IBBOTSON, Rachel (2014). Weight gain after a stroke : the issue and control. In: RCN 2014 Annual International Nursing Research Conference, Glasgow, 2-4 April 2014.
HOMER, Catherine, ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq, IBBOTSON, Rachel and TOD, Angela (2014). Long term weight gain following stroke : exploring incidence and explanations. In: BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, 10-12 September 2014. (Submitted)
BRUMMELL, Stephen, TOD, Angela M, MCDONNELL, Ann, GUERIN, Maria, BEATTIE, Vanessa and IBBOTSON, Rachel (2014). An evaluation of the role of support workers in lung cancer. Cancer Nursing Practice, 14 (1), 22-27.
MCCLIMENS, Alex, IBBOTSON, Rachel, KENYON, Charlotte, MCLEAN, Sionnadh and SOLTANI, Hora (2012). Confidence and performance in objective structured clinical examination. British Journal of Midwifery, 20 (10), 746-751.
MCCLIMENS, Alex, DOEL, Mark, IBBOTSON, Rachel, PARTRIDGE, Nick, MUSCROFT, Elaine and LOCKWOOD, Lesley (2012). How do the ’Peace Gardens’ make you feel? public space and personal wellbeing in City Centre Sheffield. Journal of Urban Design, 17 (1), 117-133.
DIXON, Simon, SHACKLEY, Phil, BONHAM, Jim and IBBOTSON, Rachel (2012). Putting a value on the avoidance of false positive results when screening for inherited metabolic disease in the newborn. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease, 35 (1), 169-176.