Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas

  • saraht at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Visiting Fellow
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Journal Articles

Books

  • Thomas, S., Thomas, P., Nock, A., Slingsby, V., Baker, R. and Hillier C, 2013. A Fatigue Management Programme for People with Multiple Sclerosis (Facilitators Manual and Patient Handbook).. Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Conferences

  • Moss-Morris, R., Harrison, A.M., Safari, R.M., Mercer, T., Norton, S., White, C., van de Linden, M. and Thomas, S., 2017. WHICH EXERCISE OR BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS ARE MOST EFFECTIVE FOR TREATING FATIGUE IN PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS)? A DETAILED SYSTEMATIC REVIEW WITH NETWORK META-ANALYSIS. A123.
  • Jeanette, R., Lund, S.L., Hilde, R., Sarah, T., Peter, T. and Grethe, L.I., 2017. A modified version of a UK group-based fatigue management programme for people with MS (FACETS) for an inpatient setting in Norway. 888-889.
  • Thomas, S., 2017. Présentation d’un programme de gestion de la fatigue (‘FACETS’). In: Journées de Neurologie de Langue Français. 28-31 March 2017 Toulouse.
  • Nyman, S.R., Hayward, C., Thomas, P., Thomas, S., Vassallo, M., Raftery, J. and Allen, H., 2016. Protocol for the TACIT trial (TAi ChI for people with demenTia): A randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of Tai Chi alongside usual care with usual care alone on the postural balance of community-dwelling people with dementia. In: 17th International Conference on Falls and Postural Stability 16 September 2016 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Ellis-Hill, C., Ellis-Hill, C., Thomas, S., Thomas, P. et al., 2016. HeART of Stroke - A community based Arts & Health group for people following a stroke. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the world Federation of Neurological Rehabilitation 10-12 July 2016 Glasgow, UK.
  • Gracey, F., Ellis-Hill, C., Thomas, S., Thomas, P. et al., 2016. Towards the abiding expanse: treatment components and processes in the HeART of Stroke¹ feasibility trial to support confidence and wellbeing post stroke. In: 13th Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the WFNR 11-12 July 2016 Glasgow , Scotland.
  • Thomas, S., Thomas, S., Fazakarley, L., Thomas, P.W. et al., 2015. Mii-vitaliSe - Development of a physiotherapist-supported Nintendo Wii (TM) intervention to encourage people with multiple sclerosis to become more active in the home. 775.
  • Ellis-Hill, C., Ellis-Hill, C., Thomas, S., Thomas, P. et al., 2015. Protocol and preliminary findings of a multi-centre randomised controlled feasibility study of an Arts for Health group (HeART of Stroke) to support self-confidence and wellbeing following a stroke. In: International Neuropsychological Society mid-year meeting 1-2 July 2015 Sydney.
  • Thomas, S., 2015. Enhancing adherence to behavioural interventions - the role of psychology. In: MS Frontiers 29-30 June 2015 London.
  • Thomas, S., Maclean, R., Nock, A. and de Groot, V., 2014. Group and individual programmes for fatigue management. 1011.
  • Williams, S., Newell, C., Griffiths, J. and Thomas, S., 2014. MotivATE: A Pre-Treatment Motivational Enhancement Website for Eating Disorders. Development and Qualitative Evaluation. E1.
  • Thomas, S., Thomas, P.W., Kersten, P., Jones, R., Green, C., Nock, A., Slingsby, V., Hillier, C.E.M., Galvin, K. and Baker, R., 2012. GROUP-BASED COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL APPROACH TO MANAGING FATIGUE IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IS EFFECTIVE: A MULTI-CENTRE PARALLEL ARM RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL.
  • Thomas, S., Thomas, P., Nock, A., Slingsby, V., Galvin, K., Baker, R., Moffat, N. and Hillier, C., 2007. Development and preliminary evaluation of a fatigue management programme for people with multiple sclerosis. S127-S128.
  • Thomas, S. and Baker, R., 2002. Loneliness & Social Isolation in Older Adults in Wales; key findings and implications for policy. In: Loneliness and isolation among older people in Wales: a half day conference 11 April 2002 Cardiff.

Reports

  • Thomas, P., Thomas, S. and Baker, R., 2005. Psychological treatments in Multiple Sclerosis: MS Society Scoping Exercise. London: Multiple Sc. Multiple Sclerosis Society.
  • Thomas, S., 2002. Loneliness & Social Isolation in Older People in Wales. Dorset RSU.

Posters

  • Thomas, S., Thomas, P.W., Kersten, P., Nock, A., Slingsby, V., Jones, R., Davies Smith, A., Galvin, K.T., Baker, R. and Hillier, C., 2015. ‘FACETS’ fatigue management programme for multiple sclerosis From research into practice. In: Researching Complex Interventions in Health: The State of the Art.

Grants

  • A feasibility study of a randomised controlled trial of an Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological wellbeing following a stroke (NIHR RfPB, 03 Feb 2014). In Progress
  • The Mii-vitaliSe study: A pilot randomised controlled trial of a home gaming system (Nintendo Wii) to increase activity levels, vitality and well-being in people with multiple sclerosis (Multiple Sclerosis Society, 01 Oct 2011). In Progress
  • Weight Estimation Intended to Guide How to dose Treatment in adults in the Emergency Department (WEIGHTED) (College of Emergency Medicine, 03 Jan 2011). In Progress
  • Evaluation of a pilot relapse support service for people with MS (MS Society, 01 Jan 2009). Completed
  • Multi-centre randomised controlled trial to assess the effectiveness of a group-based cognitive behavioural approach to managing fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis (FACETS Trial) (MS Society, 01 Jan 2007). Completed
  • Adaptation, development, process evaluation and three centre pilot study of a fatigue management programme in multiple sclerosis (BUPA Foundation, 03 Jan 2005). Completed
  • Adaptation, development and process evaluation of a fatigue management programme in multiple sclerosis (MS Trust, 01 Jan 2004). Completed
  • Loneliness and social isolation in older adults (Age Concern Cymru/National Assembly for Wales, 01 Jan 2002). Completed

External Responsibilities

Memberships

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