Jenny Setchell
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Physiotherapists demonstrate weight stigma: a cross-sectional survey of Australian physiotherapists
J Setchell, B Watson, L Jones, M Gard, K Briffa
Journal of Physiotherapy 60 (3), 157-162, 2014
Weight stigma in physiotherapy practice: patient perceptions of interactions with physiotherapists
J Setchell, B Watson, L Jones, M Gard
Manual Therapy 20 (6), 835-841, 2015
Individuals’ explanations for their persistent or recurrent low back pain: a cross-sectional survey
J Setchell, N Costa, M Ferreira, J Makovey, M Nielsen, PW Hodges
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 18 (1), 1-9, 2017
Connectivity: An emerging concept for physiotherapy practice
DA Nicholls, K Atkinson, WS Bjorbækmo, BE Gibson, J Latchem, J Olesen, ...
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 32 (3), 159-170, 2016
Objecting: Multiplicity and the practice of physiotherapy
J Setchell, DA Nicholls, BE Gibson
Health 22 (2), 165-184, 2018
Physical therapists' ways of talking about overweight and obesity: Clinical implications
J Setchell, BM Watson, M Gard, L Jones
Physical therapy 96 (6), 865-875, 2016
Researching stigma as an outsider: Considerations for qualitative outsider research
B Wigginton, J Setchell
Qualitative Research in Psychology 13 (3), 246-263, 2016
Weight-related stigma and health policy
P Thille, M Friedman, J Setchell
CMAJ 189 (6), E223-E224, 2017
Impact of identity on support for new roles in health care: a language inquiry of doctors’ commentary
J Setchell, LE Leach, BM Watson, DG Hewett
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 34 (6), 672-686, 2015
Addressing weight stigma in physiotherapy: Development of a theory-driven approach to (re) thinking weight-related interactions
J Setchell, M Gard, L Jones, BM Watson
Physiotherapy theory and practice 33 (8), 597-610, 2017
Enhancing human aspects of care with young people with muscular dystrophy: Results from a participatory qualitative study with clinicians
J Setchell, P Thille, T Abrams, LC McAdam, B Mistry, BE Gibson
Child: care, health and development 44 (2), 269-277, 2018
What has stigma got to do with physiotherapy?
J Setchell
Physiotherapy Canada 69 (1), 1-3, 2017
General practitioners’ perspectives on a proposed new model of service delivery for primary care management of knee osteoarthritis: a qualitative study
T Egerton, R Nelligan, J Setchell, L Atkins, KL Bennell
BMC family practice 18 (1), 1-12, 2017
Working against the grain: Criticality for an otherwise physiotherapy
BE Gibson, DA Nicholls, J Setchell, K Synne Groven
Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP, 2018
General practitioners’ views on managing knee osteoarthritis: a thematic analysis of factors influencing clinical practice guideline implementation in primary care
T Egerton, RK Nelligan, J Setchell, L Atkins, KL Bennell
BMC rheumatology 2 (1), 30, 2018
Keep fit: marginal ideas in contemporary therapeutic exercise
D Nicholls, P Jachyra, BE Gibson, C Fusco, J Setchell
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 10 (4), 400-411, 2018
Manipulating practices: A critical physiotherapy reader
B E Gibson, D A Nicholls, K Synne Groven, J Setchell
Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP (Nordic Open Access Scholarly Publishing), 2018
What constitutes back pain flare? A cross sectional survey of individuals with low back pain
J Setchell, N Costa, M Ferreira, J Makovey, M Nielsen, PW Hodges
Scandinavian journal of pain 17, 294-301, 2017
Infusing rehabilitation with critical research and scholarship: a call to action
J Setchell, DA Nicholls, N Wilson, BE Gibson
Physiotherapy Canada 70 (4), 301-302, 2018
Enhancing the human dimensions of children’s neuromuscular care: Piloting a methodology for fostering team reflexivity
P Thille, BE Gibson, T Abrams, LC McAdam, B Mistry, J Setchell
Advances in Health Sciences Education 23 (5), 867-889, 2018
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