Elizabeth Mayland
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Recovery-related anxiety and disability following upper limb injury: the importance of context
EC Mayland, EJ Hay-Smith, GJ Treharne
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (19), 1753-1759, 2015
172015
Stressors in early-stage doctoral students
J Cornwall, EC Mayland, J van der Meer, RA Spronken-Smith, C Tustin, ...
Studies in Continuing Education 41 (3), 363-380, 2019
102019
Flexion-withdrawal reflexes in the upper-limb adapt to the position of the limb
ZA Riley, ET Krepkovich, EC Mayland
Palo Alto, CA, 2009
42009
Constructing Normalcy in Dementia Care: Carers’ Perceptions of Their Roles and the Supports They Need
L Hale, E Mayland, M Jenkins, Y Buttery, P Norris, M Butler, M Holland, ...
The Gerontologist 60 (5), 905-915, 2020
2020
The Utility and Value of The Physiotherapy eSkills Training Online Resource During Work-integrated learning: A mixed methods study.
E Preston, C Chapple, E Mayland, L Ada, L Hale
Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice 18 (2), 12, 2020
2020
A conceptual exploration of psychological distress following mild to moderate traumatic upper limb injuries
EC Mayland
University of Otago, 2016
2016
A Conceptual Exploration of Psychological Distress Following Mild to Moderate Traumatic Upper Limb Injuries: A Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the …
EC Mayland
University of Otago, Wellington, 2015
2015
My hand! Multi-faceted appearance-related distress following traumatic upper limb injury
EC Mayland, GJ Treharne, EJC Hay-Smith
Sources of distress following minor to moderate traumatic upper limb injury
EC Mayland, EJ Hay-Smith, GJ Treharne
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