Items where School or Centre is "~Pre-2012 Faculty Structure > Faculty of Health and Life Sciences > Department of Allied Health Professions" and Year is UNSPECIFIED
Number of items: 12.
Barnett, S. (1996) A literature review looking at contemporary developments in antimicrobial agents with special reference to applications in the field of podiatry. The Foot, 6. pp. 51-57.
Barnett, S. (1996) A literature review looking at contemporary developments in antimicrobial agents, with special reference to applications in the field of podiatry. The Foot, 6. pp. 51-57.
Dolan, P. and Swinkels, A. (1996) Regional assessment of joint position sense in the spine. Spine, 23 (5). pp. 590-597. ISSN 0362-2436
Douglas, F. (1996) Assessment of motor and process skills as an outcome measure in an elderly mental health setting. In: All Ireland Conference of Occupational Therapists, Ireland, January 1996.
Mullan, J. (1996) Management of the obese patient on intensive care. In: Course for physiotherapists at University College Hospitals and Bloomsbury Institute of Intensive Care, UK, 1996.
Phillips, R. (1996) Fetal abnormality detection (Bath experience). In: South West Radiologists Association, Bath, UK, 12th August, 1996.
Pringle, D. (1996) Concepts in electrotherapy. In: Inaugural Medical Defense Services Physiotherapy Conference, HQ RAMC, Aldershot, UK, June, 1996.
Pringle, D. (1996) Effective use of electrotherapy. In: Royal Hospital Haslar, Gosport, UK, July, 1996.
Walker, E. and Swinkels, A. (1996) Stress in physiotherapy teaching: A survey of full-time lecturers in England and Wales. In: British Association for Educational Research Annual Conference, Lancaster, UK, 1996.
Warner, C. (1996) A music therapy group with profoundly brain-injured people. In: 8th World Congress in Music Therapy, Hamburg, Germany, 25th July, 1996.
Williams, J. and Mullan, J. (1996) Occupational stress and neurological rehabilitation physiotherapists. Physiotherapy, 82 (11). pp. 606-614. ISSN 0031-9406
Woodley, J. (1996) Reproductive technology: A step too far? Inprint, 4 (2). pp. 110-115. ISSN 0969-2983