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Somatosensory stimulation to improve lower-limb recovery after stroke (2020)
Thesis
Aries, A. M. (2020). Somatosensory stimulation to improve lower-limb recovery after stroke. (Thesis). Keele University

Introduction Increasing lower-limb sensation could improve walking post-stroke but evidence for this is limited. This thesis reports: 1) Review of published literature on somatosensory stimulation of the foot to enhance lower-limb function post-st... Read More about Somatosensory stimulation to improve lower-limb recovery after stroke.

A mixed methods study exploring organisational factors influencing the development of services for people with dementia in English hospices (2019)
Thesis
Hodges, E. (2019). A mixed methods study exploring organisational factors influencing the development of services for people with dementia in English hospices. (Thesis). Keele University. Retrieved from https://keele-repository.worktribe.com/output/414942

Hospices are being challenged by changing demographics in the UK population. Originating from a response to cancer, hospices have struggled to diversify. As the population ages, dementia creates a particular challenge. A report by the Alzheimer’s Soc... Read More about A mixed methods study exploring organisational factors influencing the development of services for people with dementia in English hospices.

Supporting people with an intellectual disability and dementia: a constructivist grounded theory study exploring care providers’ views and experiences (2019)
Thesis
Herron, D. L. (2019). Supporting people with an intellectual disability and dementia: a constructivist grounded theory study exploring care providers’ views and experiences. (Thesis). Keele University. Retrieved from https://keele-repository.worktribe.com/output/417814

Background A growing field of research illustrates that carers often lack the necessary training and knowledge to provide the best care and support for people with an intellectual disability and dementia. Less research has explored carers’ support n... Read More about Supporting people with an intellectual disability and dementia: a constructivist grounded theory study exploring care providers’ views and experiences.