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Bannerman, Elaine and Jones, Jacklyn and Lockhart, D A holistic approach to the learning experience for nutrition and dietetic students, including volunteering opportunities with community groups. In: 7th Annual Enhancement Themes Conference, 2-3 March 2010, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Bovill, C and Leppard, Margaret Population policies and education: exploring the contradictions of neo‐liberal globalisatiti. Globalisation, Societies and Education .
Bovill, C and Morss, K and Bulley, Catherine Active student participation in curriculum design: lessons from a first year curriculum design project and from the literature. In: 2nd International Pedagogical Research in Higher Education (PRHE) Conference: Curriculum Change for Learning, 16-17 June 2008, Liverpool Hope University, UK. (Unpublished)
Bulley, Catherine and Salisbury, Lisa and Shiels, J and Wilkie, K and McGuire, C Patient and carer experiences of functional electrical stimulation. In: Scottish NMAHP Research Into Practice 2007: the right methods for the right questions; Edinburgh, UK, 23/10/2007., 23 October 2007, Edinburgh, UK.. (Unpublished)
Bulley, Catherine and Salisbury, Lisa and Whiteford, S and Donaghy, Marie Patient experiences of COPD: the impacts of interactions with health professionals. In: Physiotherapy Research Society Spring Meeting., 27 March 2007, Research Centre for Clinical Kinaesiology (RCCK) Cardiff University.. (Unpublished)
Bulley, Catherine Accessing lymphoedema services in Fife. In: Physiotherapy Research Society Meeting, 18/4/2005., London, UK. (Unpublished)
Bulley, Catherine and Donaghy, Marie and Payne, A and Mutrie, N An Individual-specific heart rate monitoring method of determining daily physical activity pattern in minutes. In: Congress and Exhibition of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy., 20-22/10/2000, Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)
Bulley, Catherine and Donaghy, Marie and Payne, A and Mutrie, N The development of a Scottish Physical Activity Questionnaire for Students: a tool for use in population studies. In: Scottish Physiotherapists Research Workshop., 14/4/02., Stirling University.. (Unpublished)
Bulley, Catherine and Mcphee, R A needs assessment of Lymphoedema services in Fife: an exploration of Physiotherapy and District Nursing Management. In: Physiotherapy Research Society Meeting, 28/4/04., London, UK. (Unpublished)
Campbell, J and Oulton, Judith A and McPake, Barbara and Buchan, James Increasing access to ‘free’ health services: are health workers not a missing link? International Journal of Clinical Practice. ISSN 1368-5031 (In Press)
Chouliara, Zoë and Papadioti-Athanasiou, V and Power, KG and Swanson, V Breast self-examination in younger women in Greece: trust, adherence rates and information-seeking. Dodoni-Scientific Journal.
Coda, Andrea and Carline, Tom and Santos, Derek Validation of the Tekscan F-Scan system in healthy children. .. (Submitted)
Conroy, Kylie and Davidson, Isobel and Warnock, Mary Potential of Nutraceuticals against Obesity Complications. In: Nutraceuticals and Health - Review of Human Evidence. CRC Press, pp. 133-151. ISBN 978 1 4665 1722 6
Coutts, Fiona and Grainger, A and Bulley, Catherine Perometer (400T) Measurement of lower limb volume: development of a standardised protocol. In: World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress., 2-6 June 2007., Vancouver. (Unpublished)
Darling, Stephen and Martin, Douglas and Macrae, C. Neil Categorical proactive interference effects occur for faces. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. ISSN 0954-1446 (In Press)
Donaghy, Marie and Morss, K An evaluation of the effectiveness of a framework designed to facilitate reflection within the discipline of physiotherapy. In: International Congress World Conference for Physical Therapy, 7-12 June 2003, Barcelona, Spain.
Dunphy, Michelle and Howden, Stella and Thomson, Colin E A qualitative study to explore podiatrists experiences of Motivational Interviewing, self management and diabetes. In: NHS Education Scotland Confoerence 2011.
Finkelstein, David Alfred, Lord Noyes, and Ulysses. James Joyce Quarterly. ISSN 0021-4183
Finkelstein, David Publishing. In: Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel. Blackwell, Oxford. (Submitted)
Finkelstein, David Publishing and the Materiality of the Book. In: The New Cambridge History of English Literature: The Victorian Period. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Submitted)
Finkelstein, David Transatlantic Print Culture, 1880–1940: Emerging Media, Emerging Modernism (review). Victorian Studies, 52 (3). pp. 516-518. ISSN 1527-2052
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.
Glover, Peter and Bulley, Catherine Exploration of physiotherapists’ motivations to embark upon taught master’s level study. In: Physiotherapy Research Society Spring Meeting., 27 March 2007, Research Centre for Clinical Kinaesiology (RCCK) Cardiff University.. (Unpublished)
Goodall, Karen and Darling, Stephen and Myles, J and Hutt, A The contributions of adult attachment and schizotypy to working memory. In: 12th European Congress of Psychology, 5-8 July 2011, Istanbul, Turkey. (Unpublished)
Gunning, Melanie and Murray, L Assessing foetal heart rate habituation: A review. Early Human Development. ISSN 0378-3782 (Submitted)
Gunning, Melanie and Murray, L Contibutions of maternal and infant factors to still face responding at 3 months. Child Development. ISSN 0009-3920 (Submitted)
Hamid, M and McCluskey, Jane T and McClenaghan, N H and Flatt, P R Comparison of the secretory properties of four insulin-secreting cell lines. Endocrine research, 28 (1-2). pp. 35-47. ISSN 0743-5800
Hislop, Jane Barriers encountered by the single homeless in accessing primary health care. In: Scottish Physiotherapy Research Workshop, 2001, Stirling, Scotland. (Unpublished)
Hislop, Jane and Bulley, Catherine and Mercer, Tom Reliability and concurrent validity of GT1M and MTI actigraph Accelerometers using a mechanical set up. In: ICAMPAM, 23rd to 27th May 2011, Glasgow, Scotland.
Hislop, Jane and Bulley, Catherine and Reilly, John Concurrent validity of the GT1M witht MTI Accelerometer in Preschool children during free-play. In: World Physiotherapy Congress, 23 rd June 2011, Amsterdam, Holland.
Hislop, Jane and Murray, Rowena and Newton, Mary Evaluation of six-month writing for publication programme. In: World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, 2-6 June 2007, Vancouver.
Hislop, Jane and Murray, Rowena and Newton, Mary Qualitative evaluation of a writing for publication course. In: NHS Education for Scotland conference on education Research and Development, Glasgow, Scotland.
Hislop, Jane and Smith, Jo A qualitative evaluation of physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow. In: World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, 2-6 June 2007, Vancouver.
Houston, Muir and Rimmer, Russell School mathematics and university outcomes. Other. Work in progress. (Unpublished)
Karkou, Vicky Arts Therapies in Addiction: A Pilot Research Project - Second Part. Psychiatric Notebooks, 78. pp. 63-76.
Kirkwood, Steve and McKinlay, Andy and McVittie, Chris 'They're more than animals': Refugees' accounts of racially motivated violence. British Journal of Social Psychology. ISSN 2044-8309
L'Etang, Jacquie Public relations, culture and anthropology towards an ethnographic research agenda. Journal of Public Relations Research, 24 (2). pp. 165-183. ISSN 1062-726X
Lee, Seung-won and Goldblatt, Joe J A Comparative Analysis of the Perceived Effects of Two Economic Recessions on Event Organizations. Tourism Review International . ISSN 1544-2721 (Submitted)
Maciver, Donald and Morley, M and Forsyth, Kirsty and Bertram, Nicholas and Edwards, Tracey and Heasman, D and Rennison, Jane and Rush, Robert and Willis, S A RASCH analysis of the Model of Human Occupation Screening Tool Single Observation Form (MOHOST-SOF) in mental health. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. ISSN 0308-0226 (Submitted)
Maclean, Fiona and Carin-Levy, Gail and Hunter, Heather Examining the Person-Environment-Occupation Model (PEO Model) in a physical acute health care setting. In: Council of Occupational Therapy for the European Countries, May 2012, Stockholm.
Magarey, Anthea and Bannerman, Elaine Evaluation of micronutrient intakes of children and adolescents: National Nutrition Survey 1995 and comparison with 1985 data. Nutrition & Dietetics, 60 (1). pp. 16-22. ISSN 1446-6368
McCormack, Brendan and Taylor, Brian J and McConville, Joanne E and Slater, Paul F and Murray, Bridget J The Usability of the Northern Ireland Single Assessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People. Project Report. University of Ulster.
McPake, Barbara Health Systems Reforms in Uganda: processes and outputs. Institute of Public Health, Makerere University, Uganda.
Monaghan, L and Paget, A and Young, D and Aichison, K and Davidson, Isobel and Clapham, Michael Validation of new mobile phone dietary assessment tool DietPhone against diet diaries and urinary nitrogen. In: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. OC022. Nutrition Society.
Murray, L and Gunning, Melanie and Cooper, P and Johnson, P and Selinger, M and Andrews, D The effects of adversity, maternal mental state and mother-infant interactions on infant growth. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. ISSN 00219630 (Submitted)
Nguyen, Noel and Wrench, Alan A and Gibbon, Fiona and Hardcastle, William J Articulatory, acoustic and perceptual aspects of fricative/stop coarticulation. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference in Spoken Language Processing..
O'May, Fiona and Gill, Jan and Black, Heather and Chick, Jonathan and Rush, Robert People with alcohol-related harm – who else suffers? In: Kettil Bruun Society Thematic Meeting, Alcohol’s harm to others; perceptions, policies, approaches, 14th – 17th September 2015, Helsinki. (Unpublished)
Peacock, Susi E-Learning, the untapped potential. In: LT Scotland. (Unpublished)
Peacock, Susi and Murray, Sue and Girdler, Simon T and Dean, John and Mastrominico, Bianca and Brown, Douglas Self-recorded video diaries in online synchronous learning environments. In: Queen Margaret University, Research Conference ‘Niche Distinctiveness’. (Unpublished)
Peppé, Sue JE and Martinez-Castilla, P Assessing the user of prosodic accent in Spanish and English clinical populations. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. Euphonia Ediciones, Madrid, pp. 420-424.
Pieczka, Magda The Disappearing Act: Public Relations Consultancy in Theory and Research. In: International Communication Association, May 2008, Montreal, Canada. (Unpublished)
Powell, Mandy Youth cultures, media practices and citizenship: really useful knowledge? Journal of Learning, Media and Technology. ISSN 1743-9884 (In Press)
Prior, Susan and Duncan, Edward Assessment Skills for Practice. In: Skills for Practice in Occupational Therapy. Churchill Livingstone.
Purcell, Clíona and Bulley, Catherine and Macpherson, Colin and MacMillan, C and Crawford, L and Joyce, D 10,000 steps a day to improve health: investigating fast and slow walking speeds. In: World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, 2-6 June 2007, Vancouver. (Unpublished)
Reid, Marie A review of the satiating effects of carbohydrates on appetite in the obese and non obese. Appetite. ISSN 0195-6663 (In Press)
Reid, Marie and Bunting, Jane and Hammersley, Richard and Wilson, Stuart Understanding the role of psychological expectancies in food choice. Nutrition Research Reviews. ISSN 0954-4224 (Unpublished)
Reid, Marie and Duffy, Maresa and Hammersley, Richard Soft drinks and obesity. Nutrition in Practice. ISSN 1470-4722 (In Press)
Reid, Marie and Duffy, Maresa and Hammersley, Richard and Drummond, Sandra Effects of sucrose drinks on macronutrient intake, body weight and mood in overweight women. Appetite. ISSN 0195-6663 (Submitted)
Reid, Marie and Hammersley, Richard A cognitive model of transient mood rating in ingestion research. Nutrition Research Reviews. ISSN 0954-4224 (Submitted)
Reid, Marie and Hammersley, Richard and Duffy, Maresa Effects of sucrose drinks on appetite and mood state in obese females. British Journal of Nutrition. ISSN 0007-1145 (Submitted)
Reid, Marie and Williams, Sarah and Hammersley, Richard Managing eating disorder patients in Primary Care: a UK based qualitative study. European Journal of Public Health. (Submitted)
Renton, Linda and Maclean, Fiona Diversity in Professional Development through underpinning practice with theory; a joint OT/academic development. In: Council of Occupational Therapy for the European Countries.
Roberston, James Whose Music Is It Anyway? In: ‘The Music of Music Therapy’ Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge); International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services Conference (Edinburgh, 2009); Forensic Arts Therapies Advisory Group (FATAG) Conference (QMU, 2009).. (Unpublished)
Salisbury, Lisa and Shiels, J and Bulley, Catherine and McGuire, C and Wilkie, K and Smith, M The patient journey after stroke: what services do patients in Lothian access and what are their experiences – a qualitative exploration. In: 2nd UK Stroke Forum Conference, Harrogate, UK, 4-6/12/2007, 4-6 December 2007, Harrogate, UK. (Unpublished)
Santos, Derek Examination of the lower limb in high risk patients. In: Tissue Viability Society Annual Conference.
Scandrett, Eurig Contesting Environmental Justice in a Devolved Scotland: Between Community Action and Public Policy. In: Environmental Justice in Action. Asiaworld, Taipei, pp. 221-242.
Scandrett, Eurig Popular Education in the University. In: Why critical pedagogy and popular education matter today. C-SAP, Birmingham, pp. 42-47.
Seaman, Claire Leading the Family Business: Leadership, Situation and Succession. In: Advancing Women and Leadership: Moving the Needle through Applied Theory Building. Women and Leadership (4). George Washington University. (In Press)
Sharma, H and Bulley, Catherine and van Wijck, Frederike Experiences of an Exercise Referral Scheme from the perspective of people with chronic stroke: a qualitative study. In: the Society for Research in Rehabilitation, 15 January 2008, Oxford, UK. (Unpublished)
Shiels, J and Salisbury, Lisa and Bulley, Catherine and McGuire , C and Wilkie, K Stroke patient and carer experiences of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) as provided through a Lothian drop foot clinic – a qualitative exploration. In: 2nd UK Stroke Forum Conference, 4-6 December 2007, Harrogate, UK. (Unpublished)
Shiels, J and Wilkie, K and Salisbury, Lisa and Bulley, Catherine Service development: the establishment of a new Lothian Functional Electrical Stimulation Clinic – an evaluation and exploration. In: British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Spring Meeting, 19-20 May 2008, Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)
Spenceley, H and Vernon, M and McMillan, Ian R Postgraduate Diploma in occupational therapy – an educational design for living life? In: College of Occupational Therapists 27th Annual Conference, Glasgow.
Spencer, S and Rush, Robert and Clegg, J The contribution of spoken language and socioeconomic background to adolescents’ educational achievement at age 16 years. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders. ISSN 1368-2822 (In Press)
Thomson, A and Ellis, Mairghread JH The nature of decision making within a specialist diabetes multidisciplinary team: a qualitative approach. Podiatry Now, 15 (12). pp. 8-14.
Wildman, Amarjit Unlocking our Potential: Older people a key to Scotland’s future? In: National Forum on Ageing Futures Group, 2009, COPA, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
Williams, Sarah and Reid, Marie An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of the "anorexic voice". Journal of Clinical Psychology. (Submitted)
Wood, Emma and Somerville, Ian Corporate identity. In: Neo-Liberal Scotland: rethinking Scotland in a global context. Cambridge Scholars.