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What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners? (2023)
Journal Article
Matthew, T., de Viggiani, N., & Emma, P. (2023). What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners?. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 19(4), 724-742. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPH-05-2022-0031

Purpose: Globally millions of children have a parent who is imprisoned. Research suggests that this has an adverse impact on the child and imprisonment of a parent is considered to be an adverse childhood experience (ACE). Parental incarceration will... Read More about What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners?.

How do emergency department staff respond to behaviour that challenges displayed by people living with dementia? A mixed-methods study (2023)
Journal Article
Goodwin, L., Liddiard, C., Manning, S., Benger, J. R., Benger, J., Carlton, E., …Voss, S. (2023). How do emergency department staff respond to behaviour that challenges displayed by people living with dementia? A mixed-methods study. BMJ Open, 13(8), Article e075022. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-075022

Objectives: To investigate staff experiences of, and approaches to behaviour that challenges displayed by patients with dementia in the emergency department (ED). Behaviour that challenges is defined as ‘actions that detract from the well-being of in... Read More about How do emergency department staff respond to behaviour that challenges displayed by people living with dementia? A mixed-methods study.

Access to first contact physiotherapy appointments in primary care: A scoping review (2023)
Journal Article
Lamb, K., Walsh, N., Comer, C., & McHugh, G. (2023). Access to first contact physiotherapy appointments in primary care: A scoping review. Musculoskeletal Care, 21(4), 1182-1194. https://doi.org/10.1002/msc.1798

Background: First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) is part of the drive to increase General Practice (GP) capacity by providing access to expert musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapists in GP surgeries. For the FCP model to provide effective MSK care at the... Read More about Access to first contact physiotherapy appointments in primary care: A scoping review.

Experiences of parents of trans young people: A qualitative literature review (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Hubbard, R. (2023, July). Experiences of parents of trans young people: A qualitative literature review. Paper presented at Sexualities and Social Work International Conference 2023, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Despite the perception that the experiences of parents of trans children and young people is under-researched there is a growing body of evidence gathered using qualitative methodologies from the US, Canada, the UK, Italy, Australia and Ireland, part... Read More about Experiences of parents of trans young people: A qualitative literature review.

Randomised trial of the clinical and cost effectiveness of a supraglottic airway device compared with tracheal intubation for in-hospital cardiac arrest (AIRWAYS-3): Protocol, design and implementation (2023)
Journal Article
Watkins, S., Chowdhury, F. J., Norman, C., Brett, S. J., Couper, K., Goodwin, L., …Benger, J. R. (2023). Randomised trial of the clinical and cost effectiveness of a supraglottic airway device compared with tracheal intubation for in-hospital cardiac arrest (AIRWAYS-3): Protocol, design and implementation. Resuscitation Plus, 15, Article 100430. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resplu.2023.100430

Survival from in-hospital cardiac arrest is approximately 18%, but for patients who require advanced airway management survival is lower. Those who do survive are often left with significant disability. Traditionally, resuscitation of cardiac arrest... Read More about Randomised trial of the clinical and cost effectiveness of a supraglottic airway device compared with tracheal intubation for in-hospital cardiac arrest (AIRWAYS-3): Protocol, design and implementation.

EULAR recommendations for the non-pharmacological management of systemic lupus erythematosus and systemic sclerosis (2023)
Journal Article
Parodis, I., Girard-Guyonvarc'h, C., Arnaud, L., Distler, O., Domján, A., Van den Ende, C. H. M., …Boström, C. (in press). EULAR recommendations for the non-pharmacological management of systemic lupus erythematosus and systemic sclerosis. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, https://doi.org/10.1136/ard-2023-224416

Objective: To develop evidence-based recommendations for the non-pharmacological management of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and systemic sclerosis (SSc). Methods: A task force comprising 7 rheumatologists, 15 other healthcare professionals and... Read More about EULAR recommendations for the non-pharmacological management of systemic lupus erythematosus and systemic sclerosis.

We need to talk about dementia (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Cheston, R., Dodd, E., & Woodstoke, N. (2023, June). We need to talk about dementia

Richard Cheston is a Dementia Research Professor at the University of Bristol. As a clinical psychologist with a background in group psychotherapy, he has extensive experience leading groups of people with dementia and is co-founder of the "Living We... Read More about We need to talk about dementia.

Talking openly about dementia – theory and principles (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Cheston, R., Dodd, E., & Woodstoke, N. (2023, June). Talking openly about dementia – theory and principles. Presented at Invited presentation to the psychology department and clinical training course, University of Padua

Using assimilation to track changes in talk during a Living Well with Dementia (LivDem) group (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Cheston, R., Dodd, E., & Woodstoke., N. (2023, June). Using assimilation to track changes in talk during a Living Well with Dementia (LivDem) group. Presented at Society for Psychotherapy Research annual conference, Trinity College, Dublin

Background. Whilst good dementia care is typically thought of as a person-centred process, psychotherapy generally plays little role in this. One reason for this is that there are relatively few psychologists, therapists and counsellors working in de... Read More about Using assimilation to track changes in talk during a Living Well with Dementia (LivDem) group.

Paramedic use of the ‘gold standards framework proactive identification guidance’ in screening patients for end of life: A mixed methods study with explanatory sequential design (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Kirby, K., Liddiard, C., Black, S., Diaper, A., Goodwin, L., Pocock, L., …Benger, J. (2023, June). Paramedic use of the ‘gold standards framework proactive identification guidance’ in screening patients for end of life: A mixed methods study with explanatory sequential design. Poster presented at 999 EMS research forum annual conference, The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Manchester Piccadilly

Background The role of the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) in End of Life (EOL) is often overlooked. The Gold Standards Framework Proactive Identification Guidance (GSFPIG) is an evidence-based screening tool to identify patients nearing EOL. We c... Read More about Paramedic use of the ‘gold standards framework proactive identification guidance’ in screening patients for end of life: A mixed methods study with explanatory sequential design.

The establishment, maintenance, and adaptation of high and low impact chronic pain: A framework for biopsychosocial pain research (2023)
Journal Article
Eccleston, C., Begley, E., Birkinshaw, H., Choy, E., Crombez, G., Fisher, E., …Keogh, E. (2023). The establishment, maintenance, and adaptation of high and low impact chronic pain: A framework for biopsychosocial pain research. PAIN, 164(10), 2143-2147. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002951

We present a framework for the study of states of chronic pain and transitions between those states. We capture in the framework the dynamic nature of pain: people live with pain that changes over time. First, we offer definitions of both acute and c... Read More about The establishment, maintenance, and adaptation of high and low impact chronic pain: A framework for biopsychosocial pain research.

Did stopping ultrasound surveillance during COVID-19 result in an increase of the dialysis access thrombosis rate? (2023)
Journal Article
Allsopp, K., & Smith, L. (in press). Did stopping ultrasound surveillance during COVID-19 result in an increase of the dialysis access thrombosis rate?. Journal of Vascular Access, https://doi.org/10.1177/11297298231180326

Purpose: The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in cessation and subsequent reduction of routine care including the outpatient ultrasound surveillance of AVF. This un-planned service disruption allowed evaluation of effectiveness of US surveillance in reduci... Read More about Did stopping ultrasound surveillance during COVID-19 result in an increase of the dialysis access thrombosis rate?.

Sensory training system for use at home by people with complex regional pain syndrome in England: Protocol for a proof-of-concept study (2023)
Journal Article
Coggins, J., Grieve, S., Hart, D., Llewellyn, A., Palmer, M., Boichat, C., & McCabe, C. (2023). Sensory training system for use at home by people with complex regional pain syndrome in England: Protocol for a proof-of-concept study. BMJ Open, 13(5), Article e070920. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-070920

INTRODUCTION: Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a disabling and distressing chronic pain condition characterised by a range of sensory, motor, autonomic and trophic symptoms. UK guidelines recommend therapy interventions to help normalise touc... Read More about Sensory training system for use at home by people with complex regional pain syndrome in England: Protocol for a proof-of-concept study.

Validation of a patient-reported outcome measure for giant cell arteritis (2023)
Journal Article
Ndosi, M., Almeida, C., Dawson, J., Dures, E., Greenwood, R., Bromhead, A., …Robson, J. C. (2024). Validation of a patient-reported outcome measure for giant cell arteritis. Rheumatology, 63(1), 181-189. https://doi.org/10.1093/rheumatology/kead201

OBJECTIVES: GCA is systemic vasculitis manifesting as cranial, ocular or large vessel vasculitis. A prior qualitative study developed 40 candidate items to assess the impact of GCA on health-related quality of life (HRQoL). This study aimed to determ... Read More about Validation of a patient-reported outcome measure for giant cell arteritis.

The ADAPT Study: Adapting the dementia care pathway for south Asian families in the UK (2023)
Journal Article
Cheston, R., & Dodd, E. (2023). The ADAPT Study: Adapting the dementia care pathway for south Asian families in the UK. Journal of Dementia Care, 30(5), 4-15

The ADAPT study got started because there were so few culturally appropriate dementia resources for South Asian families. Sahdia Parveen and colleagues describe the toolkit created by the study to help families navigate the system.

The reality of advanced airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest; why did paramedics deviate from their allocated airway management strategy during the AIRWAYS-2 randomised trial? (2023)
Journal Article
Kirby, K., Lazaroo, M., Green, J., Hall, H., Pilbery, R., Whitley, G. A., …Benger, J. (2023). The reality of advanced airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest; why did paramedics deviate from their allocated airway management strategy during the AIRWAYS-2 randomised trial?. Resuscitation Plus, 13, 100365. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resplu.2023.100365

Background: AIRWAYS-2 was a large multi-centre cluster randomised controlled trial investigating the effect on functional outcome of a supraglottic airway device (i-gel) versus tracheal intubation (TI) as the initial advanced airway during out-of-hos... Read More about The reality of advanced airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest; why did paramedics deviate from their allocated airway management strategy during the AIRWAYS-2 randomised trial?.

Plant and share: An evaluation of food for life get togethers' small grants (2023)
Report
Jones, M., Beardmore, A., Hills, S., & Ismail, S. (2023). Plant and share: An evaluation of food for life get togethers' small grants. National Lottery Community Fund

This is a follow-up survey of the 2022 round of Plant and Share grant holders. It builds upon the UWE’s survey of the Cook and Share grant programme. It provides additional evidence on the small grants component of FFLGT with respect to growing. It a... Read More about Plant and share: An evaluation of food for life get togethers' small grants.

The-state-of-the-art of soft robotics to assist mobility: A review of physiotherapist and patient identified limitations of current lower-limb exoskeletons and the potential soft-robotic solutions (2023)
Journal Article
Morris, L., Diteesawat, R. S., Rahman, N., Turton, A., Cramp, M., & Rossiter, J. (2023). The-state-of-the-art of soft robotics to assist mobility: A review of physiotherapist and patient identified limitations of current lower-limb exoskeletons and the potential soft-robotic solutions. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 20(1), 18. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12984-022-01122-3

Background: Soft, wearable, powered exoskeletons are novel devices that may assist rehabilitation, allowing users to walk further or carry out activities of daily living. However, soft robotic exoskeletons, and the more commonly used rigid exoskeleto... Read More about The-state-of-the-art of soft robotics to assist mobility: A review of physiotherapist and patient identified limitations of current lower-limb exoskeletons and the potential soft-robotic solutions.

My Food Community: Summary evaluation findings from the first delivery of the programme in 2021–22 (2022)
Report
Beardmore, A., Jones, M., Hills, S., & Ismail, S. (2022). My Food Community: Summary evaluation findings from the first delivery of the programme in 2021–22. Bristol: National Lottery Community Fund

The Soil Association’s My Food Community is a community leadership programme intended to create ‘a network for good food champions to learn, connect and take action’. My Food Community forms part of Food for Life Get Togethers, a UK-wide National Lot... Read More about My Food Community: Summary evaluation findings from the first delivery of the programme in 2021–22.

My Food community: Full evaluation report on the first delivery of a community food leadership programme (2022)
Report
Beardmore, A., Jones, M., Hills, S., & Ismail, S. (2022). My Food community: Full evaluation report on the first delivery of a community food leadership programme. Online: National Lottery Community Fund

In the context of the current cost of living crisis, many activists are working within their communities to promote access to affordable, healthy, and sustainable food. Yet there are very few opportunities share experiences, ideas and resources betw... Read More about My Food community: Full evaluation report on the first delivery of a community food leadership programme.