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Publications

Latest Publications

2023

Richings, Lauren, Nelson, David, Goosey-Tolfrey, Victoria, Donnellan, Clare and Booth, Vicky (2023)Effectiveness of the ‘evidence-based scientific exercise guidelines’ in increasing cardiorespiratory fitness, cardiometabolic health and muscle strength in acute spinal cord injury rehabilitation: a systematic review. Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation, 5 (3). ISSN 2590-1095

El Nsouli, Dayana, Nelson, David, Nsouli, Latifa, Curtis, Ffion, Ahmed, Syed Imran, Mcgonagle, Ian, Kane, Ros and Ahmadi, Keivan (2023) The Application of Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Model in the Assessment of Interprofessional Simulation Activities Involving Pharmacy Students: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 87 (8). p. 100003. ISSN 0002-9459

Setchell, Bradley, Marafu, Takawira, Nelson, David and Manning, Joseph (2023) Effectiveness of preventative care strategies for reducing pressure injuries (PIs) in children aged 0-18 admitted to intensive care: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Tissue Viability, 32 (2). pp. 228-241. ISSN 0965-206X

2022

Nelson, David, Mcgonagle, Ian, Jackson, Christine, Gussy, Mark and Kane, Ros (2022) A rural-urban comparison of self-management in people living with cancer following primary treatment: A mixed methods study. Psycho-Oncology . ISSN 1057-9249

Nelson, David, Lowe, Simon, Barr, Kim, Blackwell, Joanna and Gussy, Mark (2022) Primary care staff at the ‘Deep end’: Experiences from Lincolnshire’s East Coast. British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) - Life .

2021

Toze, Michael, Ray, Mo, George, Thomas, Nelson, David and Sisson, Kelly (2021) End of life care for long-term neurological conditions: A meta-ethnographic review of the experiences of informal carers. Palliative Medicine, 35 (2). p. 335. ISSN 0269-2163

Nelson, David, Mcgonagle, Ian, Jackson, Christine and Kane, Ros (2021) What is known about the role of rural-urban residency in relation to self-management in people affected by cancer who have completed primary treatment? A scoping review. Supportive Care in Cancer, 29 (1). pp. 67-78. ISSN 0941-4355