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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,

Background: Sibling sexual behaviour (SSB) is an existing, but difficult to define, area of professional practice and an emerging contemporary research area. Much of the research conversations are focused on defining the issue and thinking about the... Read More about Developing a framework for the prevention of sibling sexual behaviour.

“I can't provide what my child needs”: Early feeding experiences of caregivers of children with craniofacial microsomia (2024)
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Stock, N., Costa, B., Johns, A., McKinney, C., Drake, A., Schefer, A., & Heike, C. (in press). “I can't provide what my child needs”: Early feeding experiences of caregivers of children with craniofacial microsomia. Journal of Pediatric Nursing,

Purpose: Craniofacial microsomia (CFM) is a congenital condition that can be associated with feeding challenges in infants. As part of the larger ‘Craniofacial microsomia: Accelerating Research and Education (CARE)’ program, this study described care... Read More about “I can't provide what my child needs”: Early feeding experiences of caregivers of children with craniofacial microsomia.

How is theory used to understand and inform practice in the alternative provision sector in England: trends, gaps and implications for practice (2024)
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Johnston, C., Malcolm, A., & Jodie Pennacchia, J. (in press). How is theory used to understand and inform practice in the alternative provision sector in England: trends, gaps and implications for practice. International Journal of Inclusive Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2024.2342363

This article examines how theory features in the research literatures concerning the English alternative (education) provision (AP) sector. Despite increasing interest over the past decade in how AP can (re)engage school-aged young people in learning... Read More about How is theory used to understand and inform practice in the alternative provision sector in England: trends, gaps and implications for practice.

“Friends? Supported. Partner? Not so much …”: Women's experiences of friendships, family, and relationships during perimenopause and menopause (2024)
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Hayfield, N., Moore, H., & Terry, G. (in press). “Friends? Supported. Partner? Not so much …”: Women's experiences of friendships, family, and relationships during perimenopause and menopause. Feminism and Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1177/09593535241242563

In recent years, there has been increased cultural interest in perimenopause and menopause. The importance of peri/menopause in many women's lives makes this topic particularly pertinent for feminist psychologists. Some feminist scholars have acknowl... Read More about “Friends? Supported. Partner? Not so much …”: Women's experiences of friendships, family, and relationships during perimenopause and menopause.

A conceptual thematic framework of psychological adjustment in caregivers of children with craniofacial microsomia (2024)
Journal Article
Stock, N. M., Costa, B., Parnell, J., Johns, A., Crerand, C., Feragen, K., …Heike, C. (in press). A conceptual thematic framework of psychological adjustment in caregivers of children with craniofacial microsomia. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/10556656241245284

Objective: Children with craniofacial microsomia (CFM) have complex healthcare needs, resulting in evaluations and interventions from infancy onward. Yet, little is understood about families’ treatment experiences or the impact of CFM on caregivers’... Read More about A conceptual thematic framework of psychological adjustment in caregivers of children with craniofacial microsomia.

Psychosocial experiences of Spanish-speaking parents of children with craniofacial microsomia (2024)
Journal Article
Stock, N., Rahman, M., Avila, S., Heike, C., Stueckle, L., Schefer, A., & Johns, A. (in press). Psychosocial experiences of Spanish-speaking parents of children with craniofacial microsomia. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery,

Craniofacial microsomia (CFM) and microtia psychosocial research in the U.S. is primarily with English-speaking participants. Given that 19% of the U.S. is Latino and there is a higher prevalence of CFM in Latino populations, this study aims to descr... Read More about Psychosocial experiences of Spanish-speaking parents of children with craniofacial microsomia.

The LivDem 2023 survey: Facilitator views on benefits and the more active involvement of carers in the Living well with Dementia (LivDem) course (2024)
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Cheston, R., Reilly, F., Topalova, N., Woodstoke, N., & Dodd, E. (2024). The LivDem 2023 survey: Facilitator views on benefits and the more active involvement of carers in the Living well with Dementia (LivDem) course. FPOP Bulletin, 166(April), 48-55. https://doi.org/10.53841/bpsfpop.2024.1.166.48

Introduction. The Living Well with Dementia (LivDem) intervention is an eight-week, group based post-diagnostic course for people living with dementia that aims to facilitate adjustment to the diagnosis. We set out to establish the views of course fa... Read More about The LivDem 2023 survey: Facilitator views on benefits and the more active involvement of carers in the Living well with Dementia (LivDem) course.

“Difficulty mentioning the M word”: Perceptions of a woman disclosing negative menopause symptoms in the workplace (2024)
Journal Article
Daly, K., Phillips-Pike, G., Clarke, V., & Beck, V. (in press). “Difficulty mentioning the M word”: Perceptions of a woman disclosing negative menopause symptoms in the workplace. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management,

Purpose This qualitative study explores general perceptions of a woman experiencing negative menopausal symptoms in the workplace. It examines the socio-cultural understandings informing the responses of a mixed participant group, including those un... Read More about “Difficulty mentioning the M word”: Perceptions of a woman disclosing negative menopause symptoms in the workplace.

Updating ‘Stockpiling as resilience’ in the context of the cost of living crisis: Tracking changes in resilience strategies in the U.K. (2024)
Journal Article
Benker, B. (in press). Updating ‘Stockpiling as resilience’ in the context of the cost of living crisis: Tracking changes in resilience strategies in the U.K. Food, Culture and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/15528014.2024.2329441

Using the seven resilience strategies identified in the previous paper entitled “Stockpiling as Resilience,” this study offers an update on the previous study 1 year later with interviews with the same households. The first paper was the result of in... Read More about Updating ‘Stockpiling as resilience’ in the context of the cost of living crisis: Tracking changes in resilience strategies in the U.K..

Assessing appearance, speech, and hearing (dis)satisfaction in individuals with cleft lip and/or palate: A contribution to general population norms (2024)
Journal Article
Stock, N. M., Costa, B., White, P., Eve, L., & Bates, A. (in press). Assessing appearance, speech, and hearing (dis)satisfaction in individuals with cleft lip and/or palate: A contribution to general population norms. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/10556656241241127

Background: Individuals with cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) may grow up with a visible facial difference, alongside speech and/or hearing challenges. Self-perceptions are stronger predictors of psychosocial adjustment than objective assessments, high... Read More about Assessing appearance, speech, and hearing (dis)satisfaction in individuals with cleft lip and/or palate: A contribution to general population norms.

“When I was younger, my story belonged to everyone else”: Co-production of resources for adults living with craniosynostosis (2024)
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Stock, N. M., Costa, B., Bannister, W., Ashby, C., Matthews, N., Hebden, L., …Wilkinson-Bell, K. (in press). “When I was younger, my story belonged to everyone else”: Co-production of resources for adults living with craniosynostosis. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/10556656241236580

Objective: Despite growing recognition that congenital craniofacial conditions have lifelong implications, psychological support for adults is currently lacking. The aim of this project was to produce a series of short films about living with cranios... Read More about “When I was younger, my story belonged to everyone else”: Co-production of resources for adults living with craniosynostosis.

Pediatric medical traumatic stress in individuals with craniofacial conditions (2024)
Journal Article
Crerand, C., Feragen, K., Johns, A., Umbaugh, H., McClinchie, M., Drake, A., …Stock, N. (in press). Pediatric medical traumatic stress in individuals with craniofacial conditions. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, https://doi.org/10.1044/2024_PERSP-23-00236

Purpose: This article reviews the literature focused on the psychological effects of craniofacial care for patients and their families. It provides an overview of pediatric medical traumatic stress associated with craniofacial conditions and related... Read More about Pediatric medical traumatic stress in individuals with craniofacial conditions.

A systematic review of the effectiveness of reading comprehension interventions in the South African multilingual context (2024)
Journal Article
Carter, J., Podpadec, T., Pillay, P., Babayiğit, S., & Gazu, K. A. (2024). A systematic review of the effectiveness of reading comprehension interventions in the South African multilingual context. Educational Research and Evaluation, 29(1-2), 69-103. https://doi.org/10.1080/13803611.2024.2314522

International comparative measures show that South Africa has extremely low standards in reading. A variety of programmes aimed at boosting reading have been developed, however, the effectiveness of these programmes is unclear. Prior reviews of effec... Read More about A systematic review of the effectiveness of reading comprehension interventions in the South African multilingual context.

“It’s on your shoulders now” Transitioning from child-to-adult UK cleft lip/palate services: An exploration of young adults' narratives (2024)
Journal Article
McWilliams, D., Thornton, M., Hotton, M., Swan, M., & Stock, N. (in press). “It’s on your shoulders now” Transitioning from child-to-adult UK cleft lip/palate services: An exploration of young adults' narratives. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/10556656241236006

Objectives Treatment for cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) in the United Kingdom is administered on a standardised pathway from diagnosis to early adulthood, with options to be re-referred in later life. At age 16, patients become responsible for their... Read More about “It’s on your shoulders now” Transitioning from child-to-adult UK cleft lip/palate services: An exploration of young adults' narratives.

Understanding the impact of children's and young people's self-harm on parental well-being: a systematic literature review of qualitative and quantitative findings (2024)
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Martin, F., Ferrey, A., Hobbs, L., Lascelles, K., van Even, S., & Oliver, T. (in press). Understanding the impact of children's and young people's self-harm on parental well-being: a systematic literature review of qualitative and quantitative findings. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, https://doi.org/10.1111/camh.12692

Background: Self-harm in children and young people is increasing. Parents are vital in supporting young people; however, parents may experience distress linked to the self-harm. Previous reviews have highlighted the emotional impact and need for info... Read More about Understanding the impact of children's and young people's self-harm on parental well-being: a systematic literature review of qualitative and quantitative findings.

Early experiences of parents of children with craniofacial microsomia (2024)
Journal Article
Stock, N. M., Johns, A., McWilliams, D., Costa, B., Heike, C., Feragen, K., …Tumblin, M. (2024). Early experiences of parents of children with craniofacial microsomia. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 53(3), 296-307. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jogn.2024.01.001

Objective: To describe the early health care experiences of parents of children with craniofacial microsomia (CFM), a congenital diagnosis often identified at birth. Design: Qualitative descriptive. Setting: Homes of participants. Participants: Paren... Read More about Early experiences of parents of children with craniofacial microsomia.

‘Do I cry or just carry on’: A story completion study of healthcare professionals’ anticipated responses to experiencing chest pain (2024)
Journal Article
Vries, C., & Flurey, C. A. (in press). ‘Do I cry or just carry on’: A story completion study of healthcare professionals’ anticipated responses to experiencing chest pain. Journal of Health Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1177/13591053231221400

Healthcare professionals may experience barriers to seeking healthcare that differ from the general population. We explored healthcare professionals’ anticipated responses to experiencing chest pain following a period of stress using qualitative stor... Read More about ‘Do I cry or just carry on’: A story completion study of healthcare professionals’ anticipated responses to experiencing chest pain.

In/secure childhoods: Children and conflict in Kashmir (2024)
Journal Article
Brännlund, E., Buser, M., Holt, N., Mytton, J., Fazli, A., Leeson, L., …Sinha, V. (2024). In/secure childhoods: Children and conflict in Kashmir. Childhood, 31(1), 48-66. https://doi.org/10.1177/09075682241226521

This paper focuses on art productions by children participating in an art-based wellbeing intervention project in Kashmir. Drawing on feminist security studies, we conducted narrative analysis to explore how children represent in/security. The locati... Read More about In/secure childhoods: Children and conflict in Kashmir.

Thriving communities Bristol evaluation report 2023 (2023)
Report
Holt, N., & Dunn, L. (2023). Thriving communities Bristol evaluation report 2023. Arts Council and National Academy of Social Prescribing

Thriving Communities Bristol developed partnerships between grassroots organisations with the aim of improving practice and knowledge of social prescribing in the city. Between June 2021 and June 2022, the project’s partners identified need and de... Read More about Thriving communities Bristol evaluation report 2023.