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Number of items: 17.
Walsh, N., Badlan, K. and Hurley, M. (2009) Patient and professional views of long-term management strategies for osteoarthritis of the knee: A qualitative study. Rheumatology, 48 (1). i154-i161.
Langley-Johnson, C., Dyer, C., Gruffydd-Jones, K., Ward, S. and Badlan, K. (2007) What are the needs of patients following discharge from hospital after an acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 16 (6). pp. 363-368. ISSN 1471-4418
Badlan, K. (2006) Young people living with cystic fibrosis: An insight into their subjective experience. Health and Social Care in the Community, 14 (3). pp. 264-270. ISSN 0966-0410
Badlan, K. (1994) Home Intravenous Therapy in Cystic Fibrosis. INPRINT.
Conference or Workshop Item
Badlan, K. (2009) The impact of work-based learning on the professional development of the academic: reflection on the learning experienced in supporting a relationship with work-based learners. In: Universities Association for Life-Long Learning Work-Based Learning Conference, Bristol, July 2009.
Dyer, J. and Badlan, K. (2009) Cystic fibrosis: Preparing practitioners to meet the needs of a specialist service. A joint venture between Bristol Regional CF Centres and the University of the West of England. In: The European Cystic Fibrosis Meeting, Brest, France, 1 June 2009.
Langley-Johnson, C., Dyer, C., Gruffydd-Jones, K., Ward, S. and Badlan, K. (2007) What are the needs of patients after discharge from hospital with an acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive airways disease (COPD). In: European Respiratory Society Annual Congress, Stockholm, Sweeden, 16th September, 2007.
Branchflower, D., Smith, E., Earlam, F., Sayers, R., Badlan, K. and Scarborough, K. (2006) Parallel workshop: A timeline view of a service user involvement strategy. In: Patient & Community Voices in Professional Learning: Building a Platform for Change, Claire College Cambridge with University of Leeds, 15th September, 2006.
Badlan, K. (2006) Young people living with cystic fibrosis: An insight into their subjective experience. In: Second Colloquium of Qualitative Research in the Allied Health Professions: Developing Practice, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 4th May, 2006.
Fitzpatrick, J., Day, T., Badlan , K., Briddon, J., Ben Ali, Y., Scarborough, K. and Witt-Way, J. (2005) Empowerment for writing. In: CLWR Launch event, University of the West of England, Bristol, 5th July, 2005.
Badlan, K. (2004) Living with cystic fibrosis: The subjective perspective. In: Cystic Fibrosis Trust Autumn Branch Meeting, Bristol, UK, 19th November, 2004.
Badlan, K. (2004) Psychosocial issues that impact on poor adherence to treatment in young adults living with cystic fibrosis. In: South West Cystic Fibrosis Network Meeting, Bristol, UK, 8th October, 2004.
Badlan, K. (2004) An exploration into the life experiences of young adults living with cystic fibrosis. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group 36th Annual Conference, York, UK, 17th September, 2004.
Morris, M., Badlan, K., Means, R. and Mitchell, T. (2004) A phenomenological study exploring how young adults live with cystic fibrosis and the impact this has on their adherence to treatment. In: The Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 10th September, 2004.
Badlan, K. (2004) An exploration into the experiences of young adults living with cystic fibrosis: The emotional costs. In: Postgraduate Forum Meeting, Warwick University, UK, 26th May, 2004.
Badlan, K. (2002) Awareness of chest physiotherapy, a complex issue: The need to develop insight into living with cystic fibrosis. In: North West BSA Medical Sociology Study Group, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, 5th June, 2002.
Badlan, K. (2000) Health beliefs and coping strategies: Do they influence levels of compliance with chest physiotherapy in adults with cystic fibrosis? In: Faculty of Health and Social Care Regional Research Seminar, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, July, 2000.
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