Bridges publications

Kulnik ST, Poestges H, Brimicombe L, Hammond J and Jones F. (2016)  Implementing an interprofessional model of self-management support across a community workforce: a mixed methods evaluation study.  Journal of Interprofessional care, Dec 6:1-10. [Epub ahead of print].  Abstract here.

Jones F, Poestges H & Brimicombe L. (2016)  Building bridges between healthcare professionals, patients and families: A coproduced and integrated approach to self-management support in stroke.  Neurorehabilitation, 39(4), pp. 471-480.  Full text here.

Jones F, Gage H, Drummond A, Bhalla A, Grant R, Lennon S, McKevitt C, Riazi A and Liston M. (2015) Feasibility study of an integrated stroke self-management programme: a cluster-randomised controlled trial.  BMJ Open.  Full text here.

McKenna S, Martin S, Jones F, Gracey F, and Lennon S. (2015) The Bridges stroke self-management program for stroke survivors in the community: stroke, carer and health professional participants' perspectives.  Phys Med Rehabil Int.  2(1): 1030.

Jones F & Brimicombe L (2014) Every interaction counts: The 'Bridges' approach to stroke self-management.  International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitaiton, 21(4), pp. 158-159.

Makela P, Gawned S, Jones F. (2014 ) Starting early: integration of self-management support into an acute stroke service. BMJ Qual Improv Report 2014;3: doi:10.1136/bmjquality.u202037.w1759.  Full text here.

Hale L, Jones, F, Mulligan H, Levack W, Smith C, Claydon L, Milosavljevic S, Taylor D, Allan J, MacKenzie N, Flannery J, Edwards S, Rabone T, Alcock M. (2014) Developing the Bridges stroke self-management programme for New Zealand stroke survivors: A case study.  International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 21(8), pp. 381-388.

McKenna, S; Jones F; Glenfield P; and Lennon S. (2013) Bridges self-management programme for people with stroke in the community: feasibility randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Stroke. doi: 10.1111/ijs.12195

Jones F., Bailey N. (2013) How can we train stroke practitioners about self-management? Description and evaluation of a pathway wide training programme. European Journal of Person Centered Healthcare. 1: 1: 246-254.

Lennon. S, Mckenna S, Jones F. (2013) Self-management programmes for people post stroke: A systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation. Early online 29 March . DOI: 10.1177/0269215513481045

Jones F. (2013) Self-management: is it time for a new direction in rehabilitation and post stroke care?  Pan Minerva Medica 55,1,79-86.

Jones, F., Benson, L., Jones, C., Waters, C., Hammond, J., Bailey, N. (2012) Evaluation of a shared approach to interprofessional learning about stroke self-management. Journal of Interprofessional Care.26 (6):514-6. doi: 10.3109/13561820.2012.702147.

Jones, F., Livingstone, E. and Hawkes, L. (2012) ‘Getting the Balance between Encouragement and Taking Over’ — Reflections on Using a New Stroke Self-Management Programme. Physiotherapy Research International. ePub doi: 10.1002/pri.1531

Jones,F., Riazi, A., Norris, M. (2012) Self-management after stroke: Time for some more questions? Disability and Rehabilitation. Posted early online on June 12, 2012. doi:10.3109/09638288.2012.691938

Jones F, Riazi A. (2010) Systematic review of self-efficacy and stroke. Disability and Rehabilitation. 33, 10: 797–810.

Jones F, Mandy A, Partridge C. (2009) Changing self-efficacy in individuals following first stroke: preliminary study of a novel self-management intervention. Clinical Rehabilitation. 23: 6: 522-533

Jones F, Mandy A, Partridge, C. (2008) Reasons for recovery after stroke: a perspective based on personal experiences. Disability and Rehabilitation. 30: 7: 507-516