Faith Martin
Faith Martin
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Processes of self‐management in chronic illness
D Schulman‐Green, S Jaser, F Martin, A Alonzo, M Grey, R McCorkle, ...
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 44 (2), 136-144, 2012
4852012
Interventions to promote cancer awareness and early presentation: systematic review
J Austoker, C Bankhead, LJL Forbes, L Atkins, F Martin, K Robb, J Wardle, ...
British journal of cancer 101 (S2), S31, 2009
1742009
Twelve years–experience with the Patient Generated Index (PGI) of quality of life: a graded structured review
F Martin, L Camfield, K Rodham, P Kliempt, D Ruta
Quality of Life Research 16 (4), 705-715, 2007
782007
Factors that affect quality of life among people living with HIV attending an urban clinic in Uganda: a cohort study
D Mutabazi-Mwesigire, A Katamba, F Martin, J Seeley, AW Wu
PloS one 10 (6), e0126810, 2015
562015
Validation of the WeDQoL-Goals-Thailand measure: Culture-specific individualised quality of life
A Woodcock, L Camfield, JA McGregor, F Martin
Social Indicators Research 94 (1), 135-171, 2009
472009
Perceptions of quality of life among Ugandan patients living with HIV: a qualitative study
D Mutabazi-Mwesigire, J Seeley, F Martin, A Katamba
BMC Public Health 14 (1), 343, 2014
402014
Perceived barriers to self-management for people with dementia in the early stages
F Martin, A Turner, LM Wallace, K Choudhry, N Bradbury
Dementia 12 (4), 481-493, 2013
402013
Conceptualisation of self-management intervention for people with early stage dementia
F Martin, A Turner, LM Wallace, N Bradbury
European Journal of Ageing 10 (2), 75-87, 2013
392013
Relationship between CD4 count and quality of life over time among HIV patients in Uganda: a cohort study
DM Mwesigire, F Martin, J Seeley, A Katamba
Health and quality of life outcomes 13 (1), 1, 2015
342015
Tasks and strategies of self-management of living with antiretroviral therapy in Uganda
F Martin, T Kiwanuka, R Kawuma, F Zalwango, J Seeley
AIDS patient care and STDs 27 (12), 697-706, 2013
242013
Assessing individual quality of life in developing countries: piloting a global PGI in Ethiopia and Bangladesh
J Devine, D Ruta, F Martin, P Bevan, L Camfield
Quality of Life Research 13, 1545, 2004
242004
Finding Meaning: HIV Self-Management and Wellbeing among People Taking Antiretroviral Therapy in Uganda
S Russell, F Martin, F Zalwango, S Namukwaya, R Nalugya, R Muhumuza, ...
PloS one 11 (1), e0147896, 2016
232016
Qualitative evaluation of a self-management intervention for people in the early stage of dementia
F Martin, A Turner, LM Wallace, D Stanley, J Jesuthasan, N Bradbury
Dementia 14 (4), 418-435, 2015
232015
Development and qualitative evaluation of a self-management workshop for testicular cancer survivor-initiated follow-up.
F Martin, A Turner, C Bourne, L Batehup
Oncology nursing forum 40 (1), 2013
222013
Higher quality of life and lower depression for people on ART in Uganda as compared to a community control group
F Martin, S Russell, J Seeley
PloS one 9 (8), e105154, 2014
202014
Self-regulation: The Common-Sense Model of illness representation.
NR Reynolds, F Martin, RC Nanyonga, AA Alonzo
Sage Publications, Inc, 2012
192012
Behavioral activation for children and adolescents: a systematic review of progress and promise
F Martin, T Oliver
European child & adolescent psychiatry, 1-15, 2018
162018
Perceptions of links between quality of life areas: Implications for measurement and practice
F Martin
Social indicators research 106 (1), 95-107, 2012
162012
Reliability and validity of the thai “global person generated index”, an individualised measure of quality of life
F Martin, K Rodham, L Camfield, D Ruta
Applied Research in Quality of Life 5 (3), 219-232, 2010
162010
Quality of life in patients treated with first-line antiretroviral therapy containing nevirapine or efavirenz in Uganda: a prospective non-randomized study
DM Mwesigire, AW Wu, F Martin, A Katamba, J Seeley
BMC health services research 15 (1), 1, 2015
92015
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