Research posters

We often create posters describing different aspects of our research for meetings and conferences to help share our findings.

Unspoken, unseen and at times silenced

Well-being after stroke: The Pace of care

Living well with mild cognitive impairment

Mosleh Mistry Gibson 2019 BRI Symposium Poster


O_E Poster

Activity Setting Experiences of Disabled Youth: A Photo-Elicitation Study

Setchell MD poster

Mismatch between importance clinicians place on human aspects of care, and what actually happens

ISPRM Optimise poster

Knowledge mobilisation in rehabilitation

Vocational experiences following neurological injury: The importance of worker identities and 'value'

Enhancing clinical care for people with long-term neurological conditions.pdf

Integrating new technology into rehabilitation practice

Applying the necessity -concerns framework in rehabilitation

Physical activity engagement following cancer diagnosis

Enhancing capability and capacity in case management practice in New Zealand

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Implementation in rehabilitation- World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2019

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Voices of rehabilitation providers: talking about engagement

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The complexities of enacting person-centred practice in stroke rehabilitation

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Clinical documentation as a construction site: An analysis of stroke rehabilitation records

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Relationships in aphasia therapy: Why do we work as we do?


Developing a measure of therapeutic relationship relevant to the rehabilitation context


How clinicians view their role in self-management programmes: a metasynthesis

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What matters most in the therapeutic relationship in neurorehabilitation?

Research outputs

Full research publications from our members, can be found here.



Members of the Centre for Person Centred Research have put together a number of resources based on findings of their projects.

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