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Latchem-Hastings, Julie, Randell, Elizabeth, Button, Kate, Jones, Fiona, Lowe, Rachel, Davies, Helen, Wood, Fiona, Davies, Freya, Poile, Vincent, O'Halloran, Rhian, Stensland, Barbara, Tallantyre, Emma, Playle, Rebecca, Edwards, Adrian and Busse, Monica 2021. Lifestyle, exercise and activity package for people living with progressive multiple sclerosis (LEAP-MS): protocol for a single-arm feasibility study. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 7 , 111. 10.1186/s40814-021-00852-w

Lowe, Rachel, Barlow, Christy, Lloyd, Barry, Latchem-Hastings, Julie, Poile, Vincent, Scoble, Charlotte, Dean-Young, Andrew, Button, Kate, Playle, Rebecca and Busse, Monica 2021. Lifestyle, exercise and activity package for people living with progressive Multiple Sclerosis (LEAP-MS): adaptions during the COVID-19 pandemic and remote delivery for improved efficiency. Trials 22 , 286. 10.1186/s13063-021-05245-1

Busse, Monica, Latchem-Hastings, Julie, Button, Kate, Poile, Vince, Davies, Freya, O'Halloran, Rhian, Stensland, Barbara, Tallantyre, Emma, Lowe, Rachel, Wood, Fiona, Dawes, Helen, Edwards, Adrian and Jones, Fiona 2021. A web-based physical activity intervention for people with progressive Multiple Sclerosis: application of consensus-based intervention development guidance. BMJ Open 11 (3) , e045378. 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-045378

Latchem-Hastings, Julie 2021. Caring relations at the margins of neurological care home life: the role of 'hotel service' staff in brain injury rehabilitation. Journal of Long-Term Care , pp. 12-23. 10.31389/jltc.49

Latchem, Julie 2017. Shaping and sharing futures in brain injury rehabilitation. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Latchem, Julie 2016. Troubling researcher-led recruitment: the self-selection of brain injured adults who lack capacity to consent. York Policy Review 3 , pp. 1-11.

Latchem, Julie, Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2016. Physiotherapy for vegetative and minimally conscious state patients: family perceptions and experiences. Disability & Rehabilitation 38 (1) , pp. 22-29. 10.3109/09638288.2015.1005759

Nicholls, David A., Atkinson, Karen, Bjorbaekmo, Wenche S., Gibson, Barbara E., Latchem, Julie, Olesen, Jens, Ralls, Jenny and Setchell, Jennifer 2016. Connectivity: an emerging concept for physiotherapy practice. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 32 (3) , pp. 159-170. 10.3109/09593985.2015.1137665

Latchem, Julie and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Breaking down barriers: the importance of good relationships. Nursing and Residential Care 17 (1) , pp. 30-33. 10.12968/nrec.2015.17.1.30

Adam, Barbara Elisabeth, Groves, Christopher Robert, Davis, Juliet, Oliver, Seth, Latchem, Julie, Stokes, Elen, Bennett, Jan and Renold, Emma 2014. Promise through the lens of time. Presented at: Futures in Question, Goldsmiths, University of London, 11-12 September 2014.

Latchem, Julie and Kitzinger, Jenny 2012. What is important to residents with neurological conditions and their relatives in rehabilitation and long-term care centres? [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Available at:

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