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Triccas, LT, Donovan-Hall, M, Burridge, J, Ellis-Hill, C, Dibb, B and Rushton, D (2016) Cognitive interviewing techniques used in developing questionnaires on functional electrical stimulation in spinal cord injury International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 23 (3). pp. 114-121.

Dibb, B, Ellis-Hill, C, Donovan-Hall, M, Burridge, J and Rushton, D (2014) Exploring positive adjustment in people with spinal cord injury Journal of Health Psychology, 19 (8). pp. 1043-1054.

Arnold, E, Bruton, A, Donovan-Hall, M, Fenwick, A, Dibb, B and Walker, E (2011) Ambulatory oxygen: Why do COPD patients not use their portable systems as prescribed? A qualitative study BMC Pulmonary Medicine, 11.

Donovan-Hall, MK, Burridge, J, Dibb, B, Ellis-Hill, C and Rushton, D (2011) The Views of People With Spinal Cord Injury About the Use of Functional Electrical Stimulation Artificial Organs, 35 (3). pp. 204-211.

Hughes, AM, Burridge, J, Freeman, C, Chappell, P, Lewin, P, Donovan-Hall, M, Dibb, B and Rogers, E (2009) Efficacy of iterative learning control for stroke rehabilitation Progress in Neurology and Psychiatry, 13 (5). pp. 16-20.

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Dibb, B and Donovan-Hall, M (2008) Carrying out qualitative research In: First Steps in Research. Elsevier, Oxford, pp. 203-230. ISBN 978-0-443-10398-8

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Dibb, B, Donovan-Hall, M, Ellis-Hill, C and Burridge, J (2010) If you break your back you lose your legs – they don’t tell you what else goes with it.’ Exploring adjustment in people with spinal cord injury. In: Annual conference of the Division of Health Psychology of the British Psychological Society, 2010-09-15 - 2010-09-17, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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