WHERE ARE WE NOW?
THERAPEUTIC KNITTING MANUSCRIPT

In June 2012 we held a Therapeutic Knitting conference in Bath, UK. Hosted by Professor Paul Dieppe, Professor of Health and Wellbeing at Exeter Medical School. You can download a manuscript of the days proceedings from the link below –

MANUSCRIPTof Therapeutic Knitting conference

THE KNITTING EQUATION - Click here for the benefits at a glance

COMPLETED STUDIES:

Paper published in the February 2013 issue of the British Journal of Occupational Therapy. For reference purposes please look for –

Riley J, Corkhill B, Morris C (2013) The Benefits of Knitting for Personal and Social Wellbeing in Adulthood: Findings from an International Survey. British Journal of Occupational Therapy 76(2) 50-57.

We received an amazing response to this online survey with over 3,500 responses from 39 countries in just two weeks. Dr Jill Riley and Betsan Corkhill presented the preliminary results at the Annual Conference for Occupational Therapy in Brighton, UK (June 2011) and at the International Wellbeing Conference in Birmingham (July 2011). A BIG thank you to Professor Griffel for offering her help in sifting through this vast amount of data.

OTHER PEER REVIEWED STUDIES

Glover, Toni L.; Horgas, Ann L.; Castleman, Joan; Turpening, Paula; Kittelson, Sheri. An Experiential Learning Approach to Primary Palliative Care Nursing Education: The Comfort Shawl Project
Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, December 2017,19(6):534-538 Feature Articles

Clave-Brule, M., Mazloum, A., Park, R. J., Harbottle, E. J. and Birmingham, C. L. Managing anxiety
in eating disorders with knitting. Eating and Weight Disorders.  2009;14, e1-e5.

Duffy, K. Knitting through recovery one stitch at a time: Knitting as an experiential teaching
method for affect management in group therapy. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery.
 2007;2,67-83.

Rebmann, H. Warning - There’s a Lot of Yelling in Knitting: The Impact of Parallel Process
on Empowerment in a Group Setting. Social Work with Groups: A Journal of Community and
Clinical Practice.  2006;29:5-24.

Stannard, R. and Sanders, E. A. Motivations for Participation in Knitting Among Young Women.
Clothing and Textiles Research Journal.  2014:1-16.

Anderson, L. W., Gustavson, C. U. and Pehlivanova, M. Combatting compassion fatigue among
oncology nurses: An exploration of the Impact of a Knitting Intervention. Clinical Journal of
Oncology Nursing. 

Prigoda, E. and McKenzie, P. J. Purls of wisdom: A collectivist study of human information
behaviour in a public library knitting group. Journal of Documentation.  2007:1(63):90–114.


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