Research and References

A before-and-after service evaluation of Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing (TMW) on physical and psychological wellbeing in a mixed health population



Executive Summary – October 2014

Executive Summary – October 2014

Powerpoint Presentations 2014 – Dr Dave Quinn

TMW & Embodied Mindfulness in Mental & Physical Health – Dr Dave Quinn

Health Psychology & Neuropsychology in Dementia – the foundation of TMW – Dr Dave Quinn

TaiChi Focus Group Report February 2010 –

ML03 TaiChi Focus Group Report February 2010

Blake, H. and Batson, M. (2009). Exercise intervention in brain injury: a pilot randomized study of Tai Chi Qigong. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23: 589-598.

Cellar, D.F., Tulsky, D.S., Grey, G., Sarafian, B., Linn, E., Bonomi, A., Silberman, M., Yellen, S.B., Winicour, P. and Brannon, J. (1993). The functional assessment of cancer therapy scale: Development and validation of the general measure. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 11: 570-579.

Gemmall, C. and Leathem, J.M. (2006). A study investigating the effects of Tai Chi Chaun: Individuals with traumatic brain injury compared to controls. Brain Injury, 20: 151-156.

Klein, P.J. and Adams, W.D. (2004). Comprehensive therapeutic benefits of Taiji: A critical review. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 83: 735-745.

Kuramoto, A.M. (2006). Therapeutic benefits of Tai Chi exercise: Research review. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 105: 42-46

Leach, C., Lucock, M., Barkham, M., Stile, W.B., Noble, R. and Iveson, S. (2006). Transforming between Beck Depression Inventory and CORE-OM scores in routine clinical practice. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45: 153-166.

Meeting the Milestones NSF, 2002

Miller, S.D., Duncan, B.L., Brown, J., Sparks, J.A. and Claud, D.A. (2003). The Outcome Rating Scale: A preliminary study of the reliability, validity, and feasibility of a brief visual analog measure. Journal of Brief Therapy, 2: 91-100.
NSF For Older People, 2001

Hong, J.X.L and Chan, K.M. (2001) Tai chi: physiological characteristics and beneficial effects on health. Br J Sports Med, 35, 148-156

Shapira, M.Y., Chelouche, M., Yanai, R., Kaner, C. and Szold, A. (2001). Tai Chi Chaun practice as a tool for rehabilitation of severe head trauma: 3 case reports. Archives of Psychical Medicine Rehabilitation, 82: 1283-1285.

Wang, C., Bannuru, R., Ramel, J, Kupelnick, B., Scott, T. and Schmid, C.H. (2010). Tai Chi on psychological wellbeing: Systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 10: 23-39.

Wang, C., Collet, J.P. and Lau, J. (2004). The effect of Tai Chi on health outcomes in patients with chronic conditions: A systematic review.  Archives of International Medicine, 164: 493-501.