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Implementing Person-Centered Outcome Measures in palliative care: An exploratory qualitative study using Normalisation Process Theory to understand processes and context. (2020)
Journal Article
Bradshaw, A., Santarelli, M., Mulderrig, M., Khamis, A., Sartain, K., Boland, J. W., …Murtagh, F. (in press). Implementing Person-Centered Outcome Measures in palliative care: An exploratory qualitative study using Normalisation Process Theory to understand processes and context. Palliative medicine, https://doi.org/10.1177/0269216320972049

Background: Despite evidence demonstrating the utility of using Person-Centered Outcome Measures within palliative care settings, implementing them into routine practice is challenging. Most research has described barriers to, without explaining the... Read More about Implementing Person-Centered Outcome Measures in palliative care: An exploratory qualitative study using Normalisation Process Theory to understand processes and context..

Living In The Movement: An Ethnographic Exploration Of Hospice Patients' Experiences Of Participating In Tai Chi (2020)
Journal Article
Bradshaw, A., Phoenix, C., & Shaunna, B. (2020). Living In The Movement: An Ethnographic Exploration Of Hospice Patients' Experiences Of Participating In Tai Chi. Psychology of sport and exercise, 49, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2020.101687

Purpose: Tai Chi is increasingly being used as a complimentary therapy in hospice care to help patients self-manage multiple and complex health needs. However, currently there is limited understanding of Tai Chi from patients’ perspective, including... Read More about Living In The Movement: An Ethnographic Exploration Of Hospice Patients' Experiences Of Participating In Tai Chi.