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8-May-2023Acceptability of a progressive resistance training programme for ambulatory adolescents with spastic cerebral palsy in England: a qualitative studyRyan, JM; Kilbride, C; Noorkõiv, M; Theis, N; Shortland, A; Levin, W; Lavelle, G
4-Jul-2022Access, use and satisfaction with physiotherapy services among adults with cerebral palsy living in the United Kingdom and IrelandManikandan, M; Cassidy, E; Cook, G; Kilbride, C; Kerr, C; Walsh, A; Walsh, M; Ryan, JM
2013Action for Rehabilitation from Neurological Injury (ARNI): A pragmatic study of functional training for stroke survivorsKilbride, C; Norris, M; Theis, N; Mohagheghi, AA
2016Assessing the impact of upper limb disability following stroke: a qualitative enquiry using internet-based personal accounts of stroke survivorsPoltawski, L; Allison, R; Briscoe, S; Freeman, J; Kilbride, C; Neal, D; Turton, A; Dean, S
15-Nov-2017Changing physical activity behaviour for people with multiple sclerosis: protocol of a randomised controlled feasibility trial (iStep-MS)Ryan, J; Fortune, J; Stennett, A; Kilbride, C; Anokye, N; Victor, C; Hendrie, W; Abdul, M; De Souza, L; Lavelle, G; Brewin, D; David, L; Norris, M
10-Dec-2021Correlates of objectively measured physical activity among people with multiple sclerosis: A Cross-Sectional StudyFortune, J; Norris, M; Stennett, A; Kilbride, C; Lavelle, G; Hendrie, W; De Souza, L; Victor, C; Ryan, J
2010Developing theory and practice: Creation of a Community of Practice through Action Research produced excellence in stroke careKilbride, C; Perry, L; Flatley, M; Turner, E; Meyer, J
2014Development and preliminary evaluation of a novel low cost VR-based upper limb stroke rehabilitation platform using Wii technology.Tsekleves, E; Paraskevopoulos, I; Warland, A; Kilbride, C
28-Nov-2022Doing together: reflections on facilitating the co-production of participatory action research with marginalised populationsPettican, A; Goodman, B; Bryant, W; Beresford, P; Freeman, P; Gladwell, V; Kilbride, C; Speed, E
17-Aug-2022Editorial: Exploring physical activity and sedentary behaviour in physical disabilityRyan, J; Kerr, C; Kilbride, C; Norris, M
2013Enhanced clarity and holism: The outcome of implementing the ICF with an acute stroke multidisciplinary team in EnglandHarries, P; Kilbride, C; De Souza, L
2015Evaluation of an evidence based quality improvement innovation for patients with musculoskeletal low back pain in an accident and emergency settingPotier, T; Tims, E; Kilbride, C; Rantell, K
2023An examination of the factors associated with participation among ambulatory adolescents with cerebral palsyLavelle, G; Noorkõiv, M; Theis, N; Kilbride, C; Shortland, A; Ryan, JM
2013Exercise instructor-led functional training programme for community dwelling stroke survivors: A qualitative studyNorris, M; Kilbride, C; Mohagheghi, A; Victor, C
10-Mar-2020The experiences and views of patients, carers' and health care professionals on using modems in domiciliary non-invasive ventilation (NIV): a qualitative study.Mansell, SK; Kilbride, C; Wood, MJ; Gowing, F; Mandal, S
2014Exploring the experience of facilitating self-management with minority ethnic stroke survivors: a qualitative study of therapists’ perceptionsNorris, M; Jones, F; Kilbride, C; Victor, C
2015Exploring the relationship between hemi-inattention and functional recovery in the first six months after stroke: a longitudinal study with a multilevel modelling approach to data analysisStein, Stella (Maria)
2018The feasibility and acceptability of virtual reality gaming technologies for upper-limb stroke rehabilitation: A mixed-methods studyWarland, Alyson Isobel
2018The feasibility, acceptability and preliminary efficacy of a low-cost, virtual-reality based, upper-limb stroke rehabilitation device: a mixed methods studyWarland, A; Paraskevopoulos, I; Tsekleves, E; Ryan, J; Nowicky, A; Griscti, J; Levings, H; Kilbride, C
7-Jan-2023The Frail-LESS (LEss Sitting and Sarcopenia in Frail older adults) intervention to improve sarcopenia and maintain independent living via reductions in prolonged sitting: A randomised controlled feasibility trial protocolBailey, DP; Kilbride, C; Harper, JH; Victor, C; Brierley, ML; Hewson, DJ; Chater, AM