Matthew Parsons
Matthew Parsons
Professor of Gerontology, The University of Waikato
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Does a functional activity programme improve function, quality of life, and falls for residents in long term care? Cluster randomised controlled trial
N Kerse, K Peri, E Robinson, T Wilkinson, M von Randow, L Kiata, ...
BMj 337, 2008
Does functionally based activity make a difference to health status and mobility? A randomised controlled trial in residential care facilities (The Promoting Independent Living …
K Peri, N Kerse, E Robinson, M Parsons, J Parsons, N Latham
Age and Ageing 37 (1), 57-63, 2008
Factors predicting Registered Nurses’ intentions to leave their organization and profession: A job demands‐resources framework
W Moloney, P Boxall, M Parsons, G Cheung
Journal of Advanced Nursing 74 (4), 864-875, 2018
Assessing the impact of a restorative home care service in New Zealand: a cluster randomised controlled trial
AII King, M Parsons, E Robinson, D Jörgensen
Health & Social Care in the Community 20 (4), 365-374, 2012
Telecare for diabetes, CHF or COPD: effect on quality of life, hospital use and costs. A randomised controlled trial and qualitative evaluation
TW Kenealy, MJG Parsons, APB Rouse, RN Doughty, NF Sheridan, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0116188, 2015
Ageing in place
V Schofield, J Davey, S Keeling, M Parsons
Implications of population ageing: Opportunities and risks, 275-306, 2006
The providers’ profile of the disability support workforce in New Zealand
D Jorgensen, M Parsons, MG Reid, K Weidenbohm, J Parsons, S Jacobs
Health & Social Care in the Community 17 (4), 396-405, 2009
Quality of residential care for older people: does education for healthcare assistants make a difference?
BMS Smith, N Kerse, M Parsons
NZMA, 2005
Should care managers for older adults be located in primary care? A randomized controlled trial
M Parsons, H Senior, N Kerse, M Chen, S Jacobs, S Vanderhoorn, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 60 (1), 86-92, 2012
Why do older people in New Zealand enter residential care rather than choosing to remain at home, and who makes that decision?
D Jorgensen, H Arksey, M Parsons, H Senior, D Thomas
Ageing International 34 (1), 15-32, 2009
The New Zealand informal caregivers and their unmet needs
D Jorgensen, M Parsons, S Jacobs, H Arksey
New Zealand Medical Association, 2010
Promoting independence in frail older people: a randomised controlled trial of a restorative care service in New Zealand
HEJ Senior, M Parsons, N Kerse, MH Chen, S Jacobs, SV Hoorn, ...
Age and ageing 43 (3), 418-424, 2014
The Assessment of Services Promoting Independence and Recovery in Elders Trial (ASPIRE): a pre-planned meta-analysis of three independent randomised controlled trial …
M Parsons, HEJ Senior, N Kerse, M Chen, S Jacobs, S Vanderhoorn, ...
Age and Ageing 41 (6), 722-728, 2012
‘Doing with …’ rather than ‘doing for …’ older adults: rationale and content of the ‘Stay Active at Home’ programme
SF Metzelthin, GAR Zijlstra, E Van Rossum, JM de Man-van Ginkel, ...
Clinical rehabilitation 31 (11), 1419-1430, 2017
A restorative home care intervention in New Zealand: perceptions of paid caregivers
AII King, M Parsons, E Robinson
Health & Social Care in the Community 20 (1), 70-79, 2012
ASPIRE: Assessment of Services Promoting Independence and Recovery in Elders
M Parsons, C Anderson, H Senior, X Chen, N Kerse, D Jorgensen, ...
UniServices, 2006
The effect of a designated tool on person‐centred goal identification and service planning among older people receiving homecare in New Zealand
JGM Parsons, MJG Parsons
Health & social care in the community 20 (6), 653-662, 2012
Assessment without action; a randomised evaluation of the interRAI home care compared to a national assessment tool on identification of needs and service …
M Parsons, H Senior, X Mei‐Hu Chen, S Jacobs, J Parsons, N Sheridan, ...
Health & social care in the community 21 (5), 536-544, 2013
Caregiver assessment of support need, reaction to care, and assessment of depression
D Jorgensen, H Arksey, M Parsons, S Jacobs
Home health care services quarterly 28 (4), 130-150, 2009
Modified Wu-Zi-Yan-Zong prescription, a traditional Chinese polyherbal formula, suppresses lipopolysaccharide-induced neuroinflammatory processes in rat astrocytes via NF-κB …
KW Zeng, T Zhang, H Fu, GX Liu, XM Wang
Phytomedicine 19 (2), 122-129, 2012
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