Joanna Fadyl
Joanna Fadyl
Centre for Person Centred Research (PCR), AUT University
Verified email at aut.ac.nz
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Experience of recovery and outcome following traumatic brain injury: a metasynthesis of qualitative research
WMM Levack, NM Kayes, JK Fadyl
Disability & Rehabilitation 32 (12), 986-999, 2010
2222010
Approaches to vocational rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury: a review of the evidence
JK Fadyl, KM McPherson
The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation 24 (3), 195-212, 2009
1302009
Factors contributing to work-ability for injured workers: literature review and comparison with available measures
JK Fadyl, KM Mcpherson, PJ Schlüter, L Turner-Stokes
Disability & Rehabilitation 32 (14), 1173-1183, 2010
822010
Return to work after injury: a review of evidence regarding expectations and injury perceptions, and their influence on outcome
J Fadyl, K McPherson
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 18 (4), 362-374, 2008
772008
Understanding decisions about work after spinal cord injury
JK Fadyl, KM McPherson
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 20 (1), 69-80, 2010
632010
Interrogating discourse: The application of Foucault’s methodological discussion to specific inquiry
JK Fadyl, DA Nicholls, KM McPherson
Health: 17 (5), 478-494, 2013
492013
Foucault, the subject and the research interview: a critique of methods
JK Fadyl, DA Nicholls
Nursing inquiry 20 (1), 23-29, 2013
422013
Establishing a person-centred framework of self-identity after traumatic brain injury: a grounded theory study to inform measure development
WMM Levack, P Boland, WJ Taylor, RJ Siegert, NM Kayes, JK Fadyl, ...
BMJ open 4 (5), 2014
342014
Perspectives on quality of care for people who experience disability
JK Fadyl, KM McPherson, NM Kayes
BMJ quality & safety 20 (1), 87-95, 2011
312011
Re/creating entrepreneurs of the self: discourses of worker and employee ‘value’and current vocational rehabilitation practices
J Fadyl, K McPherson, D Nicholls
Sociology of health & illness 37 (4), 506-521, 2015
212015
Living life after traumatic brain injury: phase 1 of a longitudinal qualitative study
K McPherson, J Fadyl, A Theadom, A Channon, W Levack, N Starkey, ...
Journal of head trauma rehabilitation 33 (1), E44-E52, 2018
162018
Recovery and adaptation after traumatic brain injury in New Zealand: Longitudinal qualitative findings over the first two years
JK Fadyl, A Theadom, A Channon, KM McPherson
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 29 (7), 1095-1112, 2019
132019
Socially constructed ‘value’and vocational experiences following neurological injury
JK Fadyl, D Payne
Disability and rehabilitation 38 (22), 2165-2177, 2016
132016
The Work-ability Support Scale: evaluation of scoring accuracy and rater reliability
L Turner-Stokes, J Fadyl, H Rose, H Williams, P Schlüter, K McPherson
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 24 (3), 511-524, 2014
122014
Development of a new tool to evaluate work support needs and guide vocational rehabilitation: the Work-ability Support Scale (WSS)
JK Fadyl, KM McPherson, PJ Schlüter, L Turner-Stokes
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (3), 247-258, 2015
112015
Exploring participant experiences of research after traumatic brain injury
A Theadom, J Fadyl, T Hollands, A Foster, KM McPherson
Brain Injury 28 (7), 995-1002, 2014
82014
Optimising qualitative longitudinal analysis: Insights from a study of traumatic brain injury recovery and adaptation
JK Fadyl, A Channon, A Theadom, KM McPherson, ...
Nursing inquiry 24 (2), e12170, 2017
72017
Rethinking movement: Postmodern reflections on a dominant rehabilitation discourse
DA Nicholls, BE Gibson, J Fadyl
Rethinking Rehabilitation: Theory and Practice, 97-116, 2015
72015
Re-working disability: a Foucauldian discourse analysis of vocational rehabilitation in Aotearoa New Zealand
JK Fadyl
Auckland University of Technology, 2013
72013
Problematizing ‘productive citizenship’within rehabilitation services: insights from three studies
JK Fadyl, G Teachman, Y Hamdani
Disability and rehabilitation 42 (20), 2959-2966, 2020
52020
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