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    • Understanding Twitter 

      Maclean, Fiona; Jones, Derek; Carin-Levy, Gail; Hunter, Heather (College of Occupational Therapists, 2013-06-17)
      This opinion piece introduces, defines and considers the application of Twitter within occupational therapy research and education. It defines what this social networking tool is and examines its potential for use in ...
    • Parents' Experiences of Caring For a Child with Chronic Pain 

      Maciver, Donald; Jones, Derek; Nicol, Maggie (Sage, 2010-09)
      Involvement of parents in their children's pain management is universally accepted as best practice, yet there is little understanding of their needs. Twelve parents of children with chronic pain were recruited to this ...
    • Demystifying Theoretical Sampling in Grounded Theory Research. 

      Breckenridge, Jenna; Jones, Derek (2009-06)
      Theoretical sampling is a central tenet of classic grounded theory and is essential to the development and refinement of a theory that is 'grounded' in data. While many authors appear to share concurrent definitions of ...
    • Pain and the sociological imagination. 

      Jones, Derek (2009)
    • Internet research and informed consent: An ethical model for using archived emails 

      Watson, Mohinder; Jones, Derek; Burns, L. (Mark Allen Healthcare, 2007-09)
      Ethical conduct involving research participants rests on the Belmont principles of autonomy, beneficence and justice. Novel methods present new challenges in safeguarding these principles. The increasing use of data obtained ...
    • Psychosocial aspects of scuba diving for people with physical disabilities: an occupational science perspective. 

      Carin-Levy, Gail; Jones, Derek (Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, 2007-02)
      PURPOSE: This project investigated the psychosocial benefits of scuba diving for individuals with acquired physical impairments. METHOD: In-depth, semi-structured interviews were conducted with 3 volunteers recruited from ...