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Article

McClean, S., Brilleman, S. and Wye, L. (2015) What is the perceived impact of Alexander Technique lessons on health status, costs and pain management in the real life setting of an English hospital? The results of a mixed methods evaluation of an Alexander Technique service for those with chronic back pain. BMC Health Services Research. ISSN 1472-6963 [In Press]

Horrocks, S., Cook, J. R., Ashton, N. and Wye, L. (2012) Made to measure? Assessing feasibility of quality indicators for district nursing. British Journal of Community Nursing, 17 (1). 28 -34. ISSN 1462-4753

Davies, P., Wye, L., Horrocks, S., Salisbury, C. and Sharp, D. (2011) Developing quality indicators for community services: The case of district nursing. Quality in Primary Care, 19 (3). pp. 155-166. ISSN 1479-1072

Report or Working Paper

McClean, S. and Wye, L. (2012) Taking charge, choosing a new direction: A service evaluation of Alexander Technique lessons for pain clinic patients (SEAT): An approach to pain management. Project Report. UWE Bristol, Bristol.

Davies, P., Wye, L., Horrocks, S. and Salisbury, C. (2009) Developing quality indicators for community services: The case of district nursing. Report for NHS Bristol. Project Report. University of the West of England.

Conference or Workshop Item

McClean, S. and Wye, L. (2013) Taking charge, choosing a new direction: A service evaluation of Alexander Technique lessons for pain clinic patients: An approach to pain management. In: Long-term conditions: developing global, integrative and sustainable solutions, London, 11th-13th April.

Wye, L. and McClean, S. (2012) Pounds shillings and pence; ways to cost NHS complementary therapy services – the ‘Seat’ and ‘Biscuit’ studies. In: CAMSTRAND, Cardiff Metropolitan University, 28th-29th March 2012.

McClean, S. and Wye, L. (2012) Service users of a hospital based Alexander Technique service for pain have decreased pain levels and reduce their NHS costs associated with pain by half: Results of a mixed methods service evaluation. In: CAMSTRAND, Cardiff Metropolitan University, 28th-29th March, 2012.

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