Nilsson, L., Durkin, J. (2017). Powered mobility intervention: understanding the position of tool use learning as part of implementing the ALP tool.
Disability and Rehabilitation Assistive Technology, 12(7):730-739
Nilsson, L. (2016). Övning i elrullstol – en metod för lärande. [Practice in a powered wheelchair – a method for learning]
Chapter 18 in paper book: Arbetsterapi för barn och ungdom. [Occupational therapy for children and adolescents] Editors: Ann-Christin Eliasson, Helene Lidström, Marie Peny-Dahlstrand. Studentlitteratur: Lund, Sweden
Nilsson, L., Durkin, J. (2014). Assessment of learning powered mobility use—Applying grounded theory to occupational performance.
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 51(6),963–74.
[PMID: 25357100]. DOI: 10.1682/JRRD.2013.11.0237
Nilsson, L. (2012). Driving to Learn a new intervention for people with stroke and spatial neglect.
Posture and Mobility Group Journal, 29(2) Winter, 15-19.
Nilsson, L. (2012). Using video methods in grounded theory. Chapter 6 in paper book: Grounded Theory: The philosophy, method and work of Barney Glaser.
Editors: Vivian Martin & Astrid Gynnild. Brown Walker Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA
Nilsson, L., Eklund, M., & Nyberg, P. (2011). Driving to Learn in a powered wheelchair: Inter-rater reliability of a tool for assessment of joystick-use.
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, (58), 447-454.
Nilsson, L., Eklund, M., Nyberg, P., & Thulesius, H. (2011).
Driving to Learn in a Powered Wheelchair: Identification of the Process of Growing Consciousness of Joystick-use in People with Profound Cognitive Disabilities.
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Nov-Dec (65)6, 652-660.
Nilsson, L. (2011). Communication mediated by a powered wheelchair: People with profound cognitive disabilities.
Disability Studies Quarterly, 31(04).
Nilsson, L. (2010).
People with profound cognitive disabilities learning joystick-use.
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, (17), 12, 678. (correspondence).
Nilsson, L., Nyberg, P., & Eklund, M. (2010).
Training characteristics important for growing consciousness of joystick-use in people with profound cognitive disabilities.
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, (17), 11, 588-595.
Nilsson L. (2007).
Driving to Learn. The process of growing consciousness of tool use – a grounded theory of de-plateauing.
Dissertation, Lund University, Faculty of Medicine, Institution of Health Sciences, Section of Occupational Therapy and Gerontology.
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Nilsson, L. & Eklund, M. (2006).
Driving to Learn: Powered wheelchair training for those with cognitive disabilities.
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, (13), 11, 517- 527.
Nilsson L. & Nyberg P. (2003).
Driving to learn: A new concept for training children with profound cognitive disabilities in powered wheelchair.
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, March/April, 57, 2
[PMID:12674317]. DOI: 10.5014/ajot.57.2.229.
Nilsson Lisbeth. (2000).
Driving to learn: The role of powered wheelchair training in rehabilitation.
A book produced with grants from the Swedish Handicap Institute.
Nilsson, L. & Nyberg, P. (1999).
Single-Switch Control Versus Powered Wheelchair for Training Cause-Effect Relationships. Which to Start with for Individuals at an Early Developmental Level?
Technology and Disability, 10, 1-4
Nilsson, Lisbeth. (1996).
What can be achieved by training in a powered wheelchair? A study of two multihandicapped preschool children.
Masters thesis. Lund University, Department of community health sciences Dalby/Lund