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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
Involving the public through participatory visual research methods
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
A way into empathy: A ‘case’ of photo-elicitation in illness research
This article explores the use of photo-elicitation as one way to generate empathy in research (and clinical) relationships with acquired brain injury survivors through a re-examination of the process and products ofphoto-elicity research conducted several years ago. Expand
Using Visual and Narrative Methods to Achieve Fair Process in Clinical Care
A step by step illustration of an innovative visual approach, called photovoice or photo-elicitation, to achieve fair process in clinical work with acquired brain injury survivors and others living with chronic health conditions is provided. Expand
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
Pilot study of intensive exercise on endurance, advanced mobility and gait speed in adults with chronic severe acquired brain injury
People with chronic ABI can improve endurance, demonstrate the ability to do advanced gait and improve ambulatory status with 6 weeks of intensive exercise, greater than minimal detectable change (MDC) for this population. Expand
There will be some changes made: A survivor perspective on post-acquired brain injury residential transition
The insights and suggestions shared by this group of chronic acquired brain injury survivors add to already existing knowledge of post-injury residential transitions and strategies professional caregivers may use to maximize the ease and success of the survivor's transitional experience. Expand