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Bendall, Amy 2019. Exploring employability skills development in the context of undergraduate level cardiorespiratory physiotherapy: student views. Physiotherapy 105 (S1) , e199-e200. 10.1016/j.physio.2018.11.215

Thomas, H. A. and Bendall, Amy 2019. Exploring the experiences of final-year BSc (Hons) physiotherapy students? that influence views on future career specialisation in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy. Physiotherapy 105 , e115-e116. 10.1016/j.physio.2018.11.099

Bendall, Amy and Coleman, Danielle 2017. Physiotherapy students' experiences of completing a 'shadow' on-call: the considerations that clinical educators and academics could make to maximise the learning experience. ACPRC Journal 49 (S) , pp. 18-19.

Bendall, Amy and Scanlon, Claire 2017. Physiotherapy student responses to working in the critical care environment. Presented at: The National Association of Educators in Practice Conference, Birmingham, UK.,, 21 April 2017..

Pierrepoint, Sarah and Bendall, Amy 2017. An experimental cross-over study investigating the effect of 3 body position on respiratory muscle strength and lung function in healthy subjects. ACPRC journal 50 , pp. 105-112.

Bendall, Amy and Christley, Philippa 2017. Respiratory on-call working post qualification: reporting the views of final-year physiotherapy students. Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care 49 , pp. 20-29.

Morgan, Jill and Bendall, Amy 2016. Recruiting to physiotherapy at Cardiff University - The multi-mini interview. Presented at: Welsh Board of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy - Welsh Physiotherapy Conference, SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, UK, 28 June 2016.

Morgan, Jill and Bendall, Amy 2016. Candidate evaluation of the Multiple Mini-interview (MMI) as a selection tool for physiotherapy undergraduate students. Presented at: Welsh Board of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy - Welsh Physiotherapy Conference, SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, UK, 28 June 2016.
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Bendall, Amy 2016. Setting the scene - the impact of critical illness. Presented at: Rehabilitation During and After Critical Illness, South Wales Critical Care Network, Life Sciences Hub, Cardiff Bay, UK, 14 April 2016.

Bendall, Amy and Watt, Alice 2015. Final-year physiotherapy undergraduate students' perceptions of preparedness for emergency on-call respiratory physiotherapy: a questionnaire survey. Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care 47 , pp. 4-13.

Bendall, Amy 2012. Encouraging attainment of mobility goals within the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) model for colorectal patients: a service improvement project. Presented at: All Wales Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Learning Event, Llandrindod Wells, Wales, July 2012.

Bendall, Amy and Jones, C. 2012. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery and the role of the physiotherapist. Presented at: NHS Wales Awards 2012. Category: Improving Patient Safety, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Wales, June 2012.

Bendall, Amy and Jones, C. 2012. Identification of realistic mobility goals for patients following upper gastrointestinal surgery within the ERAS model. Presented at: Wales Professional Practice Affairs Board: Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Conference, Cardiff, UK, 1 June 2012.

Bendall, Amy and Pickering, Dawn 2005. Questionnaire survey on treatment principles used in the management of Cerebral Palsy. Presented at: Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists Annual Conference, Swansea, UK, April 2005.
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Bendall, Amy and Morgan, Jill Interviewer evaluation of the Multiple Mini-Interview (MMI) as a selection tool for physiotherapy undergraduate students. Presented at: Welsh Board of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy - Welsh Physiotherapy Conference, SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, UK, 28 June 2016.
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