Transportation of people seated in wheelchairs:

Jason Williams

PMG2024 Training | Conference | Exhibition

Monday 15 July to Wednesday 17 July 2024 in Telford. Our annual event provides an educational programme, industry exhibition and networking opportunities for professionals working in the field of posture and wheeled mobility.

Social psychological explanations for compliance in seating (2016)

Dr Dan Bowers/Dr Rachel Taylor, University of South Wales & Kate Morgan, Artificial Limb and Appliance Service, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Download Final Report 23-2-18

Posture and pressure management: social psychological explanations for compliance with use of clinically prescribed seating functions

The primary aim of this study is to identify the reasons that people give to explain their level of compliance with clinically prescribed seating functions among powered wheelchair users. The study also aims to explain variations in compliance using social psychological principles. Further work will develop an intervention based on psychological principles to increase positive healthcare behaviours for people in wheelchairs.


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