Items where Author is "Jones, T"

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Journal article

KETTLEWELL, J., RADFORD, K., KENDRICK, D., PATEL, P., BRIDGER, K., KELLEZI, B., DAS NAIR, R., JONES, T. and TIMMONS, S., 2022. Qualitative study exploring factors affecting the implementation of a vocational rehabilitation intervention in the UK major trauma pathway. BMJ Open, 12 (3): e060294. ISSN 2044-6055

BRIDGER, K., KELLEZI, B., KENDRICK, D., RADFORD, K., TIMMONS, S., RENNOLDSON, M., JONES, T. and KETTLEWELL, J., 2021. Patient perspectives on key outcomes for vocational rehabilitation interventions following traumatic injury. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18 (4): 2035. ISSN 1661-7827

KELLEZI, B., EARTHY, S., SLENEY, J., BECKETT, K., BARNES, J., CHRISTIE, N., HORSLEY, D., JONES, T. and KENDRICK, D., 2020. What can trauma patients' experiences and perspectives tell us about the perceived quality of trauma care? A qualitative study set within the UK National Health Service. Injury. ISSN 0020-1383

CHRISTIE, N., BECKETT, K., EARTHY, S., KELLEZI, B., SLENEY, J., BARNES, J., JONES, T. and KENDRICK, D., 2016. Seeking support after hospitalisation for injury: a nested qualitative study of the role of primary care. British Journal of General Practice, 66 (642), e24-e31. ISSN 0960-1643

KELLEZI, B., BECKETT, K., EARTHY, S., BARNES, J., SLENEY, J., CLARKSON, J., REGEL, S., JONES, T. and KENDRICK, D., 2015. Understanding and meeting information needs following unintentional injury: comparing the accounts of patients, carers and service providers. Injury, 46 (4), pp. 564-571. ISSN 0020-1383

Conference contribution

SALE, C., GREEVES, J.P., JONES, T., VARLEY, I., HOBSON, R.M., DUTTON, J. and FRASER, W.D., 2011. Effect of carbohydrate feeding on the bone metabolic response to exhaustive running. In: American Society of Bone and Mineral Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, USA, September 2011, San Diego, USA.

Research

RAM, M. and JONES, T., 2009. Ethnic minority business in the uk: a review of research and policy development. Other. Nottingham: East Midlands Development Agency.

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