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Current practices in the provision of one-to-one psychosocial support for young people with burn injuries and their families (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Armstrong-James, L., Cadogan, J., Williamson, H., Rumsey, N., & Harcourt, D. (2016, May). Current practices in the provision of one-to-one psychosocial support for young people with burn injuries and their families. Presented at British Burn Association Annual Meeting 2016,

Introduction Very little published research has evaluated psychosocial interventions for young people with burn injuries. A recent systematic review of psychosocial interventions for those with a range of appearance-altering conditions and injuries... Read More about Current practices in the provision of one-to-one psychosocial support for young people with burn injuries and their families.

A photographic exploration of family burn camp (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Armstrong-James, L., Harcourt, D., Rumsey, N., Williamson, H., & Cadogan, J. (2014, July). A photographic exploration of family burn camp. Poster presented at Appearance Matters 6

Background: The psychosocial impact of a burn may include adjusting to changes in appearance as a result of the injury such as scarring, or in some cases, amputation. There are a number of interventions to help young people manage the challenges of... Read More about A photographic exploration of family burn camp.

A qualitative study using photo-elicitation to explore the experiences of families at burn camp
Presentation / Conference
Armstrong-James, L., Cadogan, J., Williamson, H., Rumsey, N., & Harcourt, D. A qualitative study using photo-elicitation to explore the experiences of families at burn camp

Aims: To use photo-elicitation to explore the experiences of children with a burn injury and their families attending a family burn camp. Introduction: Burns camps aim to provide children with a fun and supportive environment, in which they carry... Read More about A qualitative study using photo-elicitation to explore the experiences of families at burn camp.



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