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Lost and Found: Artists’ books, absence and existence (2024)
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Bodman, S. (2024, March). Lost and Found: Artists’ books, absence and existence. Paper presented at Książka artystyczna Obecność i nieobecność

Some of the ways that absence has been expressed through artists’ books - the loss of biodiversity, memory, relationships and culture. Examples include works by Roelof Bakker, Caren Florance, Ben Jenner, Gracia & Louise, Essence Press, Sophie Loss, E... Read More about Lost and Found: Artists’ books, absence and existence.

Reading for Science: The use of scientific literary materials in primary schools (2024)
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Lewis, F., Edmonds, J., Carter, J., Alston, A., & Sargeant, S. (2024, March). Reading for Science: The use of scientific literary materials in primary schools. Paper presented at NARST 2024 Science Education for the rest of us, Denver, USA

Scientific literary materials (SLMs) present science content in genres such as narratives and poems as well as traditional non-fiction genres. SLMs have the potential to engage children and teachers who are non-science enthusiasts or specialists wit... Read More about Reading for Science: The use of scientific literary materials in primary schools.

A 'language of the body': Weightlifting and (reptilian) rhythms of regulation (2024)
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Hughes, K. (2024, March). A 'language of the body': Weightlifting and (reptilian) rhythms of regulation. Paper presented at 2024 International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative Inquiry, Online

This audio-visual presentation recontextualizes postmodern ‘punk’ feminist writer Kathy Acker’s essay ‘Against Ordinary Language: The Language of the Body’ (1993) as a critical experimental work of narrative autoethnography. It will be proposed that... Read More about A 'language of the body': Weightlifting and (reptilian) rhythms of regulation.

Enhancing self-directed upper-limb (UL) exercise practice using GripAble gaming device and Lycra arm sleeve in people with stroke (PwS): An evaluative study (2023)
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Pearce, A., Ruiz Garate, V., Welsby, J., Caleb-Solly, P., & Kumar, P. (2023, December). Enhancing self-directed upper-limb (UL) exercise practice using GripAble gaming device and Lycra arm sleeve in people with stroke (PwS): An evaluative study. Poster presented at UK Stroke Forum, Birmingham

Background: The national clinical guidelines recommend repetitive task training to enhance UL rehabilitation in PwS. GripAble™ (a self-directed exergaming device) has shown to increase repetitive practice in PwS. Previous studies have shown that a Ly... Read More about Enhancing self-directed upper-limb (UL) exercise practice using GripAble gaming device and Lycra arm sleeve in people with stroke (PwS): An evaluative study.

Lycra sleeve compression and its physiological and biomechanical effects on the upper limb in healthy adults (2023)
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Kumar, P., Stokes, A., Barber, K., Hockey, H., Harris, B., Ho, J., …Diteesawat, R. (2023, December). Lycra sleeve compression and its physiological and biomechanical effects on the upper limb in healthy adults. Poster presented at UK Stroke Forum, Birmingham

Background Previous studies have shown beneficial effects of a Lycra arm sleeve in people with stroke (PwS), however, the mechanism of these effects is unclear. The aim was to investigate the effects of a Lycra arm sleeve on pressure, temperature,... Read More about Lycra sleeve compression and its physiological and biomechanical effects on the upper limb in healthy adults.

To investigate the biomechanical and physiological effects of Lycra sleeve on the upper limb in healthy adults (2023)
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Kumar, P., Stokes, A., Barber, K., Hockey, . H., Harris, B., Ho, J., & Brooks, M. (2023, December). To investigate the biomechanical and physiological effects of Lycra sleeve on the upper limb in healthy adults. Poster presented at UK Stroke Forum, Birmingham

Background Previous studies have shown beneficial effects of a Lycra arm sleeve in people with stroke (PwS), however, the mechanism of these effects is unclear. The aim was to investigate the effects of a Lycra arm sleeve on pressure, temperature,... Read More about To investigate the biomechanical and physiological effects of Lycra sleeve on the upper limb in healthy adults.

International humanitarian law and healthcare (2023)
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Quenivet, N. (2023, November). International humanitarian law and healthcare. Presented at Bristol Global Emergency Care Conference, Bristol

After a brief overview of the key principles of international humanitarian law (IHL), this presentation focuses on the protection offered by IHL to medical personnel and medical units. The concepts of 'medical personnel' and 'medical units' are defin... Read More about International humanitarian law and healthcare.

Supporting new teachers: Insights from the education system in England (2023)
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Grant, W. (2023, November). Supporting new teachers: Insights from the education system in England. Presented at Webinars for Teacher Educators

How to prepare student teachers and support them in their first few years in school is a fundamental consideration for education systems around the world. In this webinar we discuss how this is approached in England. Will Grant, Programme Lead for th... Read More about Supporting new teachers: Insights from the education system in England.

Chronic post cancer treatment pain – how can we increase unity across pathways? (2023)
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Armoogum, J., Llewellyn, A., Harcourt, D., Foster, C., & McCabe, C. (2023, November). Chronic post cancer treatment pain – how can we increase unity across pathways?. Poster presented at UKONS, Cardiff, Wales

Background: Chronic post cancer treatment pain is pain that persists or recurs for longer than three months and is caused by surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy . It can occur months or years after cancer treatment has finished. Limited knowl... Read More about Chronic post cancer treatment pain – how can we increase unity across pathways?.

Evaluation of the impacts of patient and public involvement on cancer nursing doctoral study exploring cancer survivors’ experiences of living with chronic post cancer treatment pain (2023)
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Armoogum, J., Hepburn, J., Prior, M., McCabe, C., Harcourt, D., Llewellyn, A., …Gibson, A. (2023, November). Evaluation of the impacts of patient and public involvement on cancer nursing doctoral study exploring cancer survivors’ experiences of living with chronic post cancer treatment pain. Poster presented at UKONS, Cardiff, Wales

Background. Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) can help shape research. It is important to capture the impacts that PPI have on cancer nursing doctoral research. Methods: Two Public Contributors, who were cancer survivors living with chronic post... Read More about Evaluation of the impacts of patient and public involvement on cancer nursing doctoral study exploring cancer survivors’ experiences of living with chronic post cancer treatment pain.

Evaluation of a live educational webinar on ‘Managing Chronic Pain’ (2023)
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Armoogum, J., Galligan, M., Cook, J., Mills, E., Munro, D., Wicke, K., & Wilson, T. (2023, November). Evaluation of a live educational webinar on ‘Managing Chronic Pain’. Poster presented at UKONS, Cardiff, Wales

1: Background Chronic cancer-related pain (CRP) is frequently reported, yet poorly understood. It is essential healthcare professionals have knowledge and skills to support those impacted with chronic and late effect CRP. However, literature shows t... Read More about Evaluation of a live educational webinar on ‘Managing Chronic Pain’.

Comparison of the effects of antibiotics and essential oils against Acinetobacter baumannii in planktonic and biofilm conditions (2023)
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Salim, J., Nariapara, V., Adukwu, E., & Snook, A. (2023, November). Comparison of the effects of antibiotics and essential oils against Acinetobacter baumannii in planktonic and biofilm conditions. Poster presented at Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minoritised Scientists, Phoenix, AZc, USA

Background: Acinetobacter baumannii is a common nosocomial pathogen causing pneumonia, bacteraemia, wound and urinary tract infections. Due to improper and frequent antibiotic use A. baumannii has become multi-drug resistant, the World Health Organi... Read More about Comparison of the effects of antibiotics and essential oils against Acinetobacter baumannii in planktonic and biofilm conditions.

Integrating health in local plans: An impact evaluation (2023)
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Bird, E., Le Gouais, A., Hanss, K., Callway, R., Chang, M., & Kidger, J. (2023, November). Integrating health in local plans: An impact evaluation. Paper presented at Prevention Research 2023, Edinburgh, Scotland

The Local Plan is a statutory policy document through which local planning authorities in England seek to shape urban regeneration and other land use management. Research suggests that for planning policy to have a meaningful impact on promoting heal... Read More about Integrating health in local plans: An impact evaluation.

High-fidelity simulation in healthcare education: Considerations for design, delivery and debriefing (2023)
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Newton, J. (2023, November). High-fidelity simulation in healthcare education: Considerations for design, delivery and debriefing. Poster presented at 4th Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care, Gothenburg, Sweden

Background: High-Fidelity Simulation (HFS) is a well-recognised teaching and learning tool[1]; and one capable of facilitating skill retention and knowledge retrieval[2]. Attitudes, values and behaviours may also be shaped by HFS, fostering a deeper... Read More about High-fidelity simulation in healthcare education: Considerations for design, delivery and debriefing.

CURIOs for care: Designing physical prompts for research (2023)
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Fennell, J. (2023, November). CURIOs for care: Designing physical prompts for research. Poster presented at UK Dementia Congress, Aston University, Birmingham UK

As design researchers, we are drawn towards creating tangible artifacts. The CURIOs for Care project embraces this appeal of making physical artefacts as a means of inquiry and as a creative tool to invite stories about individuals' experiences with... Read More about CURIOs for care: Designing physical prompts for research.

The power of a HUG: Implementation of assistive technology across a health board (2023)
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Fennell, J., & Lloyd, M. (2023, November). The power of a HUG: Implementation of assistive technology across a health board. Paper presented at UK Dementia Congress, Aston University, Birmingham UK

HUG, a soft comforter specifically designed for individuals with advanced dementia, was developed by the HUG by LAUGH team at Cardiff Metropolitan University. With weighted arms and legs, a soft body, and a simulated beating heart, HUG aims to provid... Read More about The power of a HUG: Implementation of assistive technology across a health board.

Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (EPRR) guideline integration into simulation-based-learning activities amongst paramedic, nursing and physician associate trainees (2023)
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Newton, J. (2023, November). Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (EPRR) guideline integration into simulation-based-learning activities amongst paramedic, nursing and physician associate trainees. Presented at ASPiH 2023 - Sustainable Simulation, Brighton Metropole

The recommendations for major incident exercising are set-out within Section 10 of the NHS England (2022) Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (EPRR) framework. Despite this, limited evidence exists to guide clinical educators deliver the q... Read More about Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (EPRR) guideline integration into simulation-based-learning activities amongst paramedic, nursing and physician associate trainees.

Rotator cuff-related shoulder pain (RCRSP): Semi-structured patient interviews to explore the barriers and enablers to rehabilitation exercises (2023)
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Singh, V., Berry, A., & Cramp, F. (2023, November). Rotator cuff-related shoulder pain (RCRSP): Semi-structured patient interviews to explore the barriers and enablers to rehabilitation exercises. Presented at Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Conference 2023, Birmingham UK

Purpose: RCRSP accounts for 50-85% of diagnoses for shoulder pain and rehabilitative exercises are recommended for management. In practice, 50-70% of patients are either non-adherent or only partially adherent to exercise. This study aimed to explore... Read More about Rotator cuff-related shoulder pain (RCRSP): Semi-structured patient interviews to explore the barriers and enablers to rehabilitation exercises.

Major incident and "high risk" simulation: How should we do it..? (2023)
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Newton, J. (2023, October). Major incident and "high risk" simulation: How should we do it..?. Presented at The Trauma Care Conference (2023), Engineers House, Jacob's Well Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 E1H

As part of the 2023 Regional Trauma Care Conference, a 40 minute presentation will be provided to demonstrate an array of best-practice recommendations for delivering major incident and high-risk simulation within clinical and educational settings. A... Read More about Major incident and "high risk" simulation: How should we do it..?.

Disclosure control issues in complex medical data (2023)
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Green, E., Ritchie, F., Smith, J., Western, D., & White, P. (2023, September). Disclosure control issues in complex medical data. Paper presented at UNECE/Eurostat Expert Group on Statisticial Data Confidentiality, Wiesbaden

The covid19 pandemic assisted the acceleration of routine access to medical records for research. In the UK platforms including OpenSafely and NHSDigital, alongside emerging hospital trust based Trusted Research Environments (TREs), demonstrate the u... Read More about Disclosure control issues in complex medical data.