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Effects of partnered dance in people with Parkinson’s (PWP) - A scoping review (2024)
Journal Article
Ka Cheng, T., & Sessa, S. (2024). Effects of partnered dance in people with Parkinson’s (PWP) - A scoping review. Synapse, 7-28

ABSTRACT Background: The European Physiotherapy Guidelines for Parkinson’s Disease (APPDE) suggest partnered dance shows benefits for people with Parkinson’s (PWP). However, the details of partnered dance for PWP are still ambiguous with regards t... Read More about Effects of partnered dance in people with Parkinson’s (PWP) - A scoping review.

Doing Working Class History: Research, Heritage and Engagement (2024)
Book
Harrison, L. (2024). O. Betts, & L. Price (Eds.). Doing Working Class History: Research, Heritage and Engagement. Routledge

Perhaps the most difficult aspect of researching, interpreting, and engaging with working-class history is how broad the terms of reference can be. Rarely a week seems to go by without the working-class, however defined (or undefined), being the subj... Read More about Doing Working Class History: Research, Heritage and Engagement.

Everyone has a tale to tell: Family history, family historians and working-class histories (2024)
Book Chapter
Harrison, L. (2024). Everyone has a tale to tell: Family history, family historians and working-class histories. In Doing Working Class History: Research, Heritage and Engagement. Routledge

In this chapter, Laura Harrison considers the multiple decade-long boom of family history and how it connects to the research and practice of working-class history. Family history, the chapter argues, has much to offer the historian both in terms of... Read More about Everyone has a tale to tell: Family history, family historians and working-class histories.

Les fondements de l'esprit: Les schémas comme concept intégratif en psychologie et en psychothérapie (2024)
Journal Article
Ward, T. (in press). Les fondements de l'esprit: Les schémas comme concept intégratif en psychologie et en psychothérapie. (00) Journal Not Listed, 6,

Résumé Cet article décrit la construction théorique du schéma et son évolution à partir de la psychologie cognitive. Il identifie des propriétés intéressantes des schémas qui peuvent justifier la pratique de l'association libre. Compte tenu du rôle d... Read More about Les fondements de l'esprit: Les schémas comme concept intégratif en psychologie et en psychothérapie.

IL-6 knockdown in a model of the human bone marrow, abrogates DNA damage induction in bystander cells post-chemotherapy induced cytokine release syndrome (2024)
Journal Article
Asurappulige, H., Ladomery, M., & Morse, R. (2024). IL-6 knockdown in a model of the human bone marrow, abrogates DNA damage induction in bystander cells post-chemotherapy induced cytokine release syndrome. Translational Oncology, 46, Article 102030. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranon.2024.102030

Following infection or exposure to therapeutic agents, an aggressive immune response may result, termed cytokine storm (CS) or cytokine release syndrome. Here the innate immune system becomes uncontrolled, leading to serious consequences including po... Read More about IL-6 knockdown in a model of the human bone marrow, abrogates DNA damage induction in bystander cells post-chemotherapy induced cytokine release syndrome.

UKIO 2024. Stanley Melville memorial lecture: Footsteps for our future - societal impact (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Griffiths, M. (2024, June). UKIO 2024. Stanley Melville memorial lecture: Footsteps for our future - societal impact

This keynote was presented as the Stanley Melville Memorial Lecture at UK Imaging and Oncology Conference in Liverpool. This was an eponymous lecture and through formal invitation. The areas covered in the keynote include the technological and Art... Read More about UKIO 2024. Stanley Melville memorial lecture: Footsteps for our future - societal impact.

Evolution of NHS-based health psychology training in Scotland and England (2024)
Report
Jardine, E., Dale, H., & Jenkinson, E. (2024). Evolution of NHS-based health psychology training in Scotland and England. The Psychologist: British Psychological Society

Way back in 2006, a British Psychological Society briefing paper stated: 'Given the current demands on the NHS for the expertise that Health Psychologists can offer, there is a clear need for a consolidated career pathway and designated funding fo... Read More about Evolution of NHS-based health psychology training in Scotland and England.

Animal–staff interactions (2024)
Book Chapter
Melfi, V., Ward, S., Pawson, C., & Hosey, G. (2024). Animal–staff interactions. In Human-Animal Interactions in Zoos: Integrating Science & Practice (33-45). United Kingdom: CABI. https://doi.org/10.1079/9781800622715.0004

Research on human–animal interactions has focused predominantly on the visitor–animal domain with little attention given to staff and the impacts that these work-based interactions have on both the animals and people involved. Some staff (keepers, ve... Read More about Animal–staff interactions.

Traces of tolerance in European history: A student-oriented and educational approach (2024)
Report
Carter, J., & Whitehouse, S. (2024). Traces of tolerance in European history: A student-oriented and educational approach. Prague: European Union

This chapter and working group report is part of the outcomes of an Erasmus Plus funded project: Citizenship Education in the Context of European Values. The teacher support materials found in this book are based on the work of an interdisciplinary... Read More about Traces of tolerance in European history: A student-oriented and educational approach.

Electroactive composite biofilms integrating Kombucha, Chlorella and synthetic proteinoid Proto–Brains (2024)
Journal Article
Nikolaidou, A., Mougkogiannis, P., & Adamatzky, A. (2024). Electroactive composite biofilms integrating Kombucha, Chlorella and synthetic proteinoid Proto–Brains. Royal Society Open Science, 11(5), Article 240238. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.240238

In this study, we present electroactive biofilms made from a combination of Kombucha zoogleal mats and thermal proteinoids. These biofilms have potential applications in unconventional computing and robotic skin. Proteinoids are synthesized by therma... Read More about Electroactive composite biofilms integrating Kombucha, Chlorella and synthetic proteinoid Proto–Brains.

The role of GBGI in levelling up in Bristol (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Bray, I., Sinnett, D., & West, H. (2024, May). The role of GBGI in levelling up in Bristol. Paper presented at RECLAIM Conference 2024, London

We examined the association between provision and experience of a range of green-blue-grey infrastructure and neighbourhood satisfaction, life satisfaction, wellbeing and general health. We found that satisfaction with greenspace was the most consist... Read More about The role of GBGI in levelling up in Bristol.

The role of GBGI in levelling up in Bristol: A secondary analysis (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Bray, I., Sinnett, D., & West, H. (2024, May). The role of GBGI in levelling up in Bristol: A secondary analysis. Poster presented at RECLAIM Conference 2024, London

This poster summarises the results of our analysis of green-blue-grey infrastructure in relation to health and social outcomes in Bristol.

Separateness in the home: From home-ness to work-ness in a post-covid environment (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Marco, E., Sinnet, D., & Oliveira, S. (2024, May). Separateness in the home: From home-ness to work-ness in a post-covid environment. Presented at Urban Studies Conference, Helsinki, Finland

COVID-19 brought unprecedented restrictive lockdown measures across the globe. This ‘enforced togetherness’ brought transformative changes in how homes were used and inhabited. The home was tested to its limits and the use of its spaces renegotiated,... Read More about Separateness in the home: From home-ness to work-ness in a post-covid environment.

Developing a framework for the prevention of sibling sexual behaviour (2024)
Journal Article
McCartan, K., & King-Hill, S. (in press). Developing a framework for the prevention of sibling sexual behaviour. Child Abuse and Neglect, Article 106849. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2024.106849

Sibling sexual behaviour (SSB) is an existing, but poorly defined, area of professional practice and an emerging research area. Much of the research conversations are focused on defining the issue and thinking about the treatment and management of pe... Read More about Developing a framework for the prevention of sibling sexual behaviour.

Editorial: The RNA revolution and cancer (2024)
Journal Article
Dlamini, Z., Ladomery, M., & Kahraman, A. (2024). Editorial: The RNA revolution and cancer. Frontiers in Endocrinology, 15, Article 1422599. https://doi.org/10.3389/fendo.2024.1422599

RNA biology has revolutionized cancer understanding and treatment, especially in endocrine-related malignancies. This editorial highlights RNA's crucial role in cancer progression, emphasizing its influence on tumor heterogeneity and behavior. Proces... Read More about Editorial: The RNA revolution and cancer.

Curating salutogenic spaces in post-pandemic hybrid work environments: A photo-elicitation qualitative study (2024)
Journal Article
McClean, S., Shortt, H., von Bulow, C., & Pike, G. (2024). Curating salutogenic spaces in post-pandemic hybrid work environments: A photo-elicitation qualitative study. Wellbeing, Space and Society, 6, Article 100204. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wss.2024.100204

This article investigates the lived experience of hybrid working and the impact this has on knowledge workers’ psychosocial health and wellbeing. Specifically, we focus on how the workplace can promote or hinder wellbeing and how hybrid working is ex... Read More about Curating salutogenic spaces in post-pandemic hybrid work environments: A photo-elicitation qualitative study.

Developing emotional preparedness and mental resilience through high-fidelity simulation: A ‘bridge too far’ for institutions teaching major trauma management and mass-casualty medicine? (2024)
Journal Article
Smith, A. D., Newton, J., & Smith, A. (2024). Developing emotional preparedness and mental resilience through high-fidelity simulation: A ‘bridge too far’ for institutions teaching major trauma management and mass-casualty medicine?. BMC Medical Education, 24(1), Article 544. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-024-05526-8

Background: Clinical acumen represents only part of being adequately equipped to attend a major incident. The emotive sights, sounds and smells of these dynamic environments are all-encompassing experiences, and responders must also be armed with the... Read More about Developing emotional preparedness and mental resilience through high-fidelity simulation: A ‘bridge too far’ for institutions teaching major trauma management and mass-casualty medicine?.

Anticancer effects of the Novel Pyrazolyl-Urea GeGe-3 (2024)
Journal Article
Williams, A., Cooper, E., Clark, B., Perry, L., Ponassi, M., Iervasi, E., …Ladomery, M. (2024). Anticancer effects of the Novel Pyrazolyl-Urea GeGe-3. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 25(10), Article 5380. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms25105380

In a screen of over 200 novel pyrazole compounds, ethyl 1-(2-hydroxypentyl)-5-(3-(3-(trifluoromethyl) phenyl)ureido)-1H-pyrazole-4-carboxylate (named GeGe-3) has emerged as a potential anticancer compound. GeGe-3 displays potent anti-angiogenic prope... Read More about Anticancer effects of the Novel Pyrazolyl-Urea GeGe-3.

Resistance to bacteriophage incurs a cost to virulence in drug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii (2024)
Journal Article
Manley, R., Fitch, C., Francis, V., Temperton, I., Turner, D., Fletcher, J., …Temperton, B. (2024). Resistance to bacteriophage incurs a cost to virulence in drug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii. Journal of Medical Microbiology, 73(5), Article 001829. https://doi.org/10.1099/jmm.0.001829

Introduction . Acinetobacter baumannii is a critical priority pathogen for novel antimicrobials (World Health Organization) because of the rise in nosocomial infections and its ability to evolve resistance to last resort antibiotics. A. baumannii is... Read More about Resistance to bacteriophage incurs a cost to virulence in drug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii.