Affiliation: St George's
- Strategies to enhance chronic disease self-management: how can we apply this to stroke?Fiona Jones
Faculty of Health and Social Care, 2nd Floor, Grosvenor Wing, St George s University of London, UK
Disabil Rehabil 28:841-7. 2006..However there has been minimal reported research on the utility of self-management programmes following stroke...
- Reasons for recovery after stroke: a perspective based on personal experienceFiona Jones
St George s, University of London, London, UK
Disabil Rehabil 30:507-16. 2008..It sought to identify the factors that were perceived to be enablers as well as challenges to recovery. Personal actions or experiences, which were perceived to be effective in influencing progress, would be identified...
- The Stroke Self-Efficacy Questionnaire: measuring individual confidence in functional performance after strokeFiona Jones
Faculty of Health and Social Care, St George s University of London, London, UK
J Clin Nurs 17:244-52. 2008..The aim was to develop a questionnaire for use by practitioners working in stroke care to measure self-efficacy judgements in specific domains of functioning relevant to individuals following stroke...
- Changing self-efficacy in individuals following a first time stroke: preliminary study of a novel self-management interventionFiona Jones
Faculty of Health and Social Care, St George s University of London, UK
Clin Rehabil 23:522-33. 2009..To examine the effects of a self-management workbook intervention designed for use with individuals disabled after first time stroke...
- Feasibility study of an integrated stroke self-management programme: a cluster-randomised controlled trialFiona Jones
Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George s, University of London, London, UK
BMJ Open 6:e008900. 2016..To test the feasibility of conducting a controlled trial into the effectiveness of a self-management programme integrated into stroke rehabilitation...
- Self-efficacy and self-management after stroke: a systematic reviewFiona Jones
Faculty of Health and Social Care, St George s University of London and Kingston University, London SW170RE, UK
Disabil Rehabil 33:797-810. 2011..The purpose of this review is to examine (1) the influence of self-efficacy on rehabilitation outcomes post-stroke, and (2) the evidence to support self-management interventions based on self-efficacy principals for stroke survivors...
- Building Bridges between healthcare professionals, patients and families: A coproduced and integrated approach to self-management support in strokeFiona Jones
Faculty of Health Social Care and Education, St Georges University of London and Kingston University, London, UK
NeuroRehabilitation 39:471-480. 2016..While self-management support is continuously co-produced in care and rehabilitation practices, most self-management programmes are typically provided as an 'add-on' to existing statutory care...
- Self efficacy measurement and goal attainment after pulmonary rehabilitationRachel Garrod
School of Physiotherapy, St George s, University of London, UK
Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis 3:791-6. 2008..Little is known about self-efficacy in COPD and its role as a mediator of goal attainment after rehabilitation. We hypothesized that higher baseline self efficacy may facilitate goal attainment...
- Implementing an interprofessional model of self-management support across a community workforce: A mixed-methods evaluation studyStefan Tino Kulnik
a Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George s, University of London, London, UK
J Interprof Care 31:75-84. 2017....
- Social participation post stroke: a meta-ethnographic review of the experiences and views of community-dwelling stroke survivorsPortia Woodman
Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George s University of London, London, UK
Disabil Rehabil 36:2031-43. 2014..This meta-synthesis aimed to identify, appraise and synthesise qualitative research on stroke survivors' views of their experiences of social participation...
- Evaluation of a shared approach to interprofessional learning about stroke self-managementFiona Jones
Kingston University and St George s University of London, London, UK
J Interprof Care 26:514-6. 2012..The project provided the opportunity for interprofessional teams to explore beliefs and attitudes to changes in practice together...
- An individual approach to stroke recoveryFiona Jones
School of Physiotherapy, St Georges Hospital, London, UK
Physiother Res Int 9:147-8. 2004
- The impact of working life on health behavior: the effect of job strain on the cognitive predictors of exerciseNicola Payne
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, United Kingdom
J Occup Health Psychol 7:342-53. 2002..Work also affected exercise indirectly through self-efficacy. Thus, work may be a target for behavior change intervention because of its impact at 2 stages of the TPB...
- Physical or psychological change? Which is the most important rehabilitation outcome for older people who fall?Janet M Simpson
Age Ageing 33:204-5. 2004
- The role of perceived need within the theory of planned behaviour: a comparison of exercise and healthy eatingNicola Payne
Psychology Academic Group, School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University, Queensway, Enfield, UK
Br J Health Psychol 9:489-504. 2004..This study examined the effect of perceived need on exercise and healthy eating using the theory of planned behaviour (TPB). In addition, it investigated the determinants of perceived need...
- Adherence to an exercise prescription scheme: the role of expectations, self-efficacy, stage of change and psychological well-beingFiona Jones
Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, UK
Br J Health Psychol 10:359-78. 2005..It also aimed to assess the impact of failure to adhere on self-efficacy and psychological well-being...