Elizabeth Kendall
Elizabeth Kendall
The Hopkins Centre, Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Indigenous ways of knowing: Implications for participatory research and community
PAL Cochran, CA Marshall, C Garcia-Downing, E Kendall, D Cook, ...
American Journal of Public Health 98 (1), 22-27, 2008
4592008
Critically appraising qualitative research: A guide for clinicians more familiar with quantitative techniques
S Kisely, E Kendall
Australasian Psychiatry 19 (4), 364-367, 2011
2042011
Recovery following stroke: the role of self-management education
E Kendall, T Catalano, P Kuipers, N Posner, N Buys, J Charker
Social science & medicine 64 (3), 735-746, 2007
1772007
Psychosocial adjustment following closed head injury: A model for understanding individual differences and predicting outcome
E Kendall
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 6 (2), 101-132, 1996
1701996
Patient-centered approaches to health care: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials
SS McMillan, E Kendall, A Sav, MA King, JA Whitty, F Kelly, AJ Wheeler
Medical Care Research and Review 70 (6), 567-596, 2013
1672013
Culturally competent research with American Indians and Alaska Natives: findings and recommendations of the first symposium of the work group on American Indian Research andá…
JY Caldwell, JD Davis, B Du Bois, H Echo-Hawk, JS Erickson, RT Goins, ...
American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal of theá…, 2005
1522005
Burden of treatment for chronic illness: a concept analysis and review of the literature
A Sav, MA King, JA Whitty, E Kendall, SS McMillan, F Kelly, B Hunter, ...
Health Expectations 18 (3), 312-324, 2015
1492015
The effectiveness of culturally appropriate interventions to manage or prevent chronic disease in culturally and linguistically diverse communities: a systematic literature review
S Henderson, E Kendall, L See
Health & social care in the community 19 (3), 225-249, 2011
1332011
An integrated model of psychosocial adjustment following acquired disability
E Kendall, N Buys
JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION-WASHINGTON- 64, 16-20, 1998
1301998
‘You say treatment, I say hard work’: treatment burden among people with chronic illness and their carers in Australia
A Sav, E Kendall, SS McMillan, F Kelly, JA Whitty, MA King, AJ Wheeler
Health & social care in the community 21 (6), 665-674, 2013
1192013
Missing discourses: concepts of joy and happiness in disability
N Sunderland, T Catalano, E Kendall
Disability & Society 24 (6), 703-714, 2009
1122009
Extinguishing the social?: state sponsored self‐care policy and the Chronic Disease Self‐management Programme
E Kendall, A Rogers
Disability & Society 22 (2), 129-143, 2007
1122007
Identity transition following traumatic brain injury: A dynamic process of contraction, expansion and tentative balance
H Muenchberger, E Kendall, R Neal
Brain injury 22 (12), 979-992, 2008
1102008
Community-based service delivery in rehabilitation: the promise and the paradox
E Kendall, N Buys, J Larner
Disability and rehabilitation 22 (10), 435-445, 2000
1002000
Self-managing versus self-management: reinvigorating the socio-political dimensions of self-management
E Kendall, C Ehrlich, N Sunderland, H Muenchberger, C Rushton
Chronic Illness 7 (1), 87-98, 2011
982011
The intensive care unit liaison nurse: towards a clear role description
W Chaboyer, MM Foster, M Foster, E Kendall
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 20 (2), 77-86, 2004
982004
Culturally and linguistically diverse peoples’ knowledge of accessibility and utilisation of health services: exploring the need for improvement in health service delivery
S Henderson, E Kendall
Australian journal of primary health 17 (2), 195-201, 2011
972011
Transfer out of intensive care: a qualitative exploration of patient and family perceptions
W Chaboyer, E Kendall, M Kendall, M Foster
Australian Critical Care 18 (4), 138-145, 2005
962005
A systematic review of randomized controlled trials of animal-assisted therapy on psychosocial outcomes
A Maujean, CA Pepping, E Kendall
Anthrozo÷s 28 (1), 23-36, 2015
872015
Occupational stress: Factors that contribute to its occurrence and effective management
E Kendall, P Murphy, V O’Neill, S Bursnall
Western Australia: Work Cover, 2000
832000
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