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Breckenridge, Jenna and Jones, Derek and Elliott, Ian and Nicol, Maggie (2012) Choosing a Methodological Path: Reflections on the Constructivist Turn. The Grounded Theory Review, 11 (1).
Maciver, Donald and Jones, D and Nicol, Maggie (2011) Parental experiences of pediatric chronic pain management services. Journal of Pain Management, 4 (4). pp. 371-380. ISSN 1939-5914
Dahlan, A and Nicol, Maggie and Maciver, Donald (2010) Elements of life satisfaction amongst elderly people living in institutions in Malaysia: A mixed methodology approach. Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy, 20 (2). pp. 71-79. ISSN 15691861
Maciver, Donald and Jones, Derek and Nicol, Maggie (2010) Parents' Experiences of Caring For a Child with Chronic Pain. Qualitative Health Research, 20 (9). pp. 1272-1282. ISSN 1049-7323
Gill, Jan and Gibson, Caroline and Nicol, Maggie (2010) Healthcare and Medical Graduates of 2009: Their Reactions to Four Key Proposals in the Scottish Government's Strategy for Tackling Alcohol Misuse. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 45 (2). pp. 200-206. ISSN 0735-0414
Gill, Jan and Gibson, Caroline and Nicol, Maggie (2009) A sample of 2009 Scottish Medical Graduates: their views on proposed changes to the sale of alcohol . BMJ Rapid Responses. ISSN 1468-5833
Tungpunkom, Patraporn and Nicol, Maggie (2009) Life skills programmes for chronic mental illnesses. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (4, CD0). ISSN 1464-780X
Bannigan, K and Boniface, G and Doherty, P and Nicol, Maggie and Porter-Armstrong, A and Scudds, R (2008) Priorities for occupational therapy research in the United Kingdom: Executive summary of the POTTER project. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71 (1). pp. 13-16. ISSN 0308-0226
Drever, F and Nicol, Maggie (1994) An inter-rater reliability study of the revised elderly person's disability scale. Occupational Therapy International, 1 (4). pp. 233-249. ISSN 0966-7903
Nicol, Maggie (2008) Incorporating cognitive-behavioural approaches into models of practice. In: Cognitive Behavioural Interventions in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy. Elsevier, pp. 19-31. ISBN 978-075068800-0
Nicol, Maggie and Elliott, Ian and Jones, D and Hilliam, A (2009) An Evaluation of the Mentally Healthy Workplaces training course. Project Report. NHS Health Scotland. (Unpublished)
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan (2012) Occupational therapists’ perceptions of preterm children’s academic difficulties in the early years of mainstream schooling. In: 4th Lothian Occupational Therapy Conference, Edinburgh, 2012.
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan (2010) The appeal of pragmatism for research employing a mixed methodology. In: 6th Mixed Methods International Conference, July 7-11, 2010, University of Leeds, UK in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore. (Unpublished)
Gill, Jan and Nicol, Maggie and Gibson, Caroline and O'May, Fiona (2009) Healthcare graduates for the 21st century; Knowledge and attitudes relating to alcohol and brief interventions. In: Learning & Teaching Conference, 27th November 2009, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan (2009) Qualitative Research via Internet: Asynchronous Online Discussions and the Use of WebCT. In: General Online Research Conference 09, April 2009, Vienna. (Unpublished)
Howden, Stella and Bovill, C and Nicol, Maggie (2007) Experiences of undergraduate interprofessional education in Scotland: emerging views of teamwork and professional identity. In: European Interprofessional Education Network in health and social care First International Conference , 12-14 September 2007 , Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland.
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan (2007) Occupational therapists’ perceptions on the academic difficulties preterm children present with in their first years of mainstream schooling. In: 2nd ISEI conference, The International Society on Early Intervention, 7th International Scientific Conference, June 14-16 2007 , Zagreb. (Unpublished)
Burns, J and Karkou, Vicky and Nicol, Maggie and Blair, S (2007) Orientation, Connection, Reflection: Arts Therapies with older people who have Dementia. In: Gerontological Society, 23/03/07, University of Stirling. (Unpublished)
Burns, J and Karkou, Vicky and Nicol, Maggie and Blair, S (2007) The patterns of practice of art therapists with older people who have dementia. In: Ist International Conference at Stirling - Citizenship: Responding to the Challenge of Dementia, 03/04/07, University of Stirling.
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan (2006) Emerging tools in qualitative research methods : asynchronous online discussion and the use of WebCT. In: Qualitative Research Conference in Health and Social Care 2006, Monday, 4th to Wednesday, 6th September 2006, Talbot Campus, Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)
Burns, J and Karkou, Vicky and Nicol, Maggie and Blair, S (2006) Patterns of Practice of Arts Therapists Working with People with Dementia: Initial results from Dance Movement Therapy. In: Second International Research Colloquium for Dance Therapy, Pforzheim, Germany. (Unpublished)
McMillan, Ian R and Nicol, Maggie (1999) Continuing professional development. In: Flexible Learning in Tertiary Education Conference. , 1999, Napier University, Edinburgh.. (Unpublished)
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan Children who are born preterm: Are their handwriting difficulties different to those of their full-term peers. In: Developmental Coordination Disorder & Handwriting UK Conferences; Knowledge Exchange: Bringing together research and practice, Queen Margaret University and Oxford Brookes University, Edinburgh.
Giatsi Clausen, Maria and Nicol, Maggie and Gill, Jan Using an e-learning tool to support qualitative e-research in occupational therapy. In: 9th COTEC Congress of Occupational Therapy, Stockholm.
Donaghy, Marie and Nicol, Maggie and Davidson, K (2008) Cognitive Behavioural Interventions in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy. Elsevier, Edinburgh. ISBN 978-0-7506-8800-0