Items where Author is "Hearn, Jasmine Heath"

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Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Cotter, Imogen and Finlay, Katherine A. (2018) Efficacy of internet-delivered mindfulness for improving depression in caregivers of people with spinal cord injuries and chronic neuropathic pain; A randomized controlled feasibility trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. ISSN 0003-9993

Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Finlay, Katherine A. (2018) Internet-delivered mindfulness for people with depression and chronic pain following spinal cord injury; a randomised, controlled feasibility trial. Spinal Cord. ISSN 1476-5624

Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Selvarajah, Sen and Kennedy, Paul and Taylor, Julian (2018) Stigma and self-management: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the impact of chronic recurrent urinary tract infections after spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord Series and Cases. (In Press)

Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Finlay, Katherine A. and Fine, Philip A. and Cotter, Imogen (2017) Neuropathic pain in a rehabilitation setting after spinal cord injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of inpatients’ experiences. Spinal Cord Series and Cases, 3. pp. 1-9. ISSN 2058-6124

Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Daya, Zahra (2017) Mindfulness Interventions in Medical Education: A Systematic Review of their Impact on Undergraduate Medical Student Stress, Depression, Fatigue and Burnout. Medical Teacher. pp. 1-8. ISSN 1466-187X

Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Finlay, Katherine A. and Fine, Philip A. (2016) The devil in the corner: A mixed-methods study of metaphor use by those with spinal cord injury-specific neuropathic pain. The British Journal of Health Psychology. ISSN 2044-8287

Hearn, Jasmine Heath and Cotter, Imogen and Fine, Philip A. and Finlay, Katherine A. (2015) Living with chronic neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of community experience. Disability and Rehabilitation. ISSN 0963-8288

Thesis

Hearn, Jasmine Heath (2015) Exploring the experience of neuropathic pain following spinal cord injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis study. Doctoral thesis, University of Buckingham.

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