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Visual metaphors of living with brain injury: exploring and communicating lived experience with an invisible injury
Brain injury can affect cognitive, emotional and physical functioning – consequences that pose challenges to understanding survivors' perspectives on their lives. Furthermore, the injury may beExpand
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Involving the public through participatory visual research methods
  • Laura S. Lorenz, B. Kolb
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Health expectations : an international journal of…
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Objectives  To show how providing cameras to patients and community residents can be effective at involving the public in generating understanding of consumer, community, and health system problemsExpand
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A way into empathy: A ‘case’ of photo-elicitation in illness research
Brain injury patients often face a lack of empathy that leads to feelings of being disrespected and powerless. This article explores the use of photo-elicitation as one way to generate empathy inExpand
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Imagining illness: Public health and visual culture
through the juxtaposition of autonomous entries. In the case of this volume, Giorcelli argues that the book ‘reconsiders the cliché that clothes represent a “second skin” by showing how the bodyExpand
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Pilot study of intensive exercise on endurance, advanced mobility and gait speed in adults with chronic severe acquired brain injury
Abstract Background and purpose: Effects of high-intensity exercise on endurance, mobility and gait speed of adults with chronic moderate-to-severe acquired brain injury (ABI) were investigated. ItExpand
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Healthy body, healthy mind: A mixed methods study of outcomes, barriers and supports for exercise by people who have chronic moderate-to-severe acquired brain injury.
BACKGROUND Few people with chronic moderate-to-severe brain injury are following recommended physical activity guidelines. OBJECTIVE Investigate effects of planned, systematic physical activityExpand
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There will be some changes made: A survivor perspective on post-acquired brain injury residential transition
Abstract Primary objective: Brain injury survivors experience many transitions post-injury and it is important that they experience these in the most supportive and integrative ways possible. ThisExpand
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