Categories for Group setting

  • What is uniquely ‘Bridges’ about this stroke group? Helping others to help yourself

    Billy Mann

    20 Jun 2016
    On four successive Mondays in April 2016 I helped with on a research project into whether the step process method in stroke rehabilitation as pioneered by Bridges Self-Management can be made to work in a group setting. The more interesting details of the study, by University College London’s (UCL) Ella Clark, will I’m sure appear in more scholarly quarters,… View Article
  • Testing Bridges in a group setting for stroke: first research reflections

    Ella Clark

    25 May 2016
    “I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort, where we overlap.”  Ani DiFrancoSelf-management is becoming more established as a way to improve clinical outcomes, feelings of loneliness, quality of life, and reducing the burden of care on health care systems1–3. For stroke this is particularly important, as it… View Article