Affiliation: University of Hertfordshire
- Muscle rehabilitation in haemophiliaK Beeton
Department of Physiotherapy, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Haemophilia 4:532-7. 1998..Further research is needed to establish the relevance of this area in patients with haemophilia but the clinical evidence supports the developing work in this field...
- Total joint arthroplasty in haemophiliaK Beeton
Department of Physiotherapy, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
Haemophilia 6:474-81. 2000....
- An exploration of health-related quality of life in adults with haemophilia--a qualitative perspectiveK Beeton
School of Paramedic Sciences, Physiotherapy and Radiography, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK
Haemophilia 11:123-32. 2005..A more positive affirmation of haemophilia may need to be considered when developing QoL measures...
- Recent developments in clinimetric instrumentsK Beeton
University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
Haemophilia 12:102-7. 2006..More widespread use of these tools will enable the sharing of data across the world so promoting best practice and ultimately enhancing patient care...
- Parents of children with haemophilia--a transforming experienceK Beeton
School of Health and Emergency Professions, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Herts, UK
Haemophilia 13:570-9. 2007..Further studies are required in order to develop a more complete understanding of the impact of haemophilia on parent's lives...
- Evaluation of outcome of care in patients with haemophiliaK Beeton
Department of Physiotherapy, University of Hertfordshire, Free and University College Medical School, London
Haemophilia 8:428-34. 2002..Overall, these measures provide useful tools for evaluating outcome, but none have been specifically developed for patients with haemophilia. Further studies would be useful to evaluate these tools and others in more depth...
- Experience of prophylaxis treatment in children with severe haemophiliaT T Yee
Haemophilia Centre and Haemostasis Unit, Royal Free NHS Trust, UK
Haemophilia 8:76-82. 2002..Parents' incentives for prophylaxis were that the children undertook many physical activities and sports previously not recommended, there was less parental anxiety and an overall improvement in the quality of life for the whole family...