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Downstream UK (2022)
Exhibition / Performance
Berridge, S., Mc Ewen, L., & Chun, K. Downstream UK. [Performance]. December 2022 - December 2023. (Unpublished)

‘Downstream UK – a Pilot’ Dec’22-Dec’23: A community play: a drama piece about local water resilience and climate change, co-created with community members of Tewkesbury and in partnership with The Roses Theatre and acta Community Theatre. It was m... Read More about Downstream UK.

Applications of immersive technologies for occupational safety and health management in the construction industry: A systematic review (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Babalola, A., Manu, P., Cheung, C., Yunusa-Kaltungo, A., Da Silva Bartolo, P. J., Gao, S., & Perera, S. (2022). Applications of immersive technologies for occupational safety and health management in the construction industry: A systematic review.

The construction industry contributes significantly to workplace fatalities and injuries despite multiple interventions implemented by governments and construction companies. Recently, immersive technologies as part of a suite of industry 4.0 technol... Read More about Applications of immersive technologies for occupational safety and health management in the construction industry: A systematic review.

Somali 'influencers' in and beyond a school community using funds of knowledge to influence family and children's reading engagement (2022)
Journal Article
Carter, J., Mohammad, H., & Aidid, F. (2022). Somali 'influencers' in and beyond a school community using funds of knowledge to influence family and children's reading engagement. Educational Futures, 13(2),

Identifying approaches to enable traditionally ‘hard to reach’ children and families engage with book choice, book sharing and reading, has been an area for research and development for some years. Ensuring families have access to books is an essenti... Read More about Somali 'influencers' in and beyond a school community using funds of knowledge to influence family and children's reading engagement.

Song for a scar (2022)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2022). Song for a scar. The Contemporary Journal, 4,

One poem in a special issue of the journal on the theme of "Care"

The impact of COVID 19 on GCC construction industry (2022)
Journal Article
Umar, T. (2022). The impact of COVID 19 on GCC construction industry. International Journal of Service Science, Management, Engineering, and Technology, 13(2), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.4018/IJSSMET.20220301.oa1

The Coronavirus pandemic has badly affected everyone on the earth. Apart from losing thousands of lives, businesses and individuals are going to be affected by the long-lasting financial effects due to an expected global recession. The impact of the... Read More about The impact of COVID 19 on GCC construction industry.

The milieu culture of punk: Beyond the scene - A guide to thinking and researching culture (2022)
Book Chapter
Webb, P. (2023). The milieu culture of punk: Beyond the scene - A guide to thinking and researching culture. In A. Bennett (Ed.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music and Youth Culture (71 - 86). London: Bloomsbury Publishing

This chapter looks at the idea of Milieu Cultures as a tool and theoretical framework through which to examine and understand the culture of, in this example, Punk. The chapter looks at how using the framework of milieu cultures can help us understan... Read More about The milieu culture of punk: Beyond the scene - A guide to thinking and researching culture.

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.

Candles (2022)
Book Chapter
Sobers, S. (2022). Candles. In Sway of Shadows Response: Black Men Reminiscing (42 - 43). Taunton: Black Pansophy Books

In this short auto-ethnographic essay, Sobers uses material culture as a doorway into a deeply personal reflection. Focusing on a pair of candles given to him by his late brother, the chapter leads the reader through the complexity of family dynamics... Read More about Candles.

Reflections on anti-racism and memorialisation from South West UK (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S. (2022, December). Reflections on anti-racism and memorialisation from South West UK. Presented at OHCHR in-person consultations: Advancing racial justice and equality for Africans and people of African descent in Europe, UN House, Boulevard du Régent 37-40, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium

Sobers spoke at a roundtable discussion with 20 human rights advocates from across Europe, at the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner (OHCHR), Brussels. Sobers talked about the King Leopold II statue in Brussels, and points of... Read More about Reflections on anti-racism and memorialisation from South West UK.

Small anthropology, and black everyday life, material culture and narrative: An overview (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S. (2022, December). Small anthropology, and black everyday life, material culture and narrative: An overview

University of Liverpool, The Centre for Culture & Everyday Life Presents Small Anthropology, Black Everyday Lives, Material Culture and Narrative: An Overview Shawn-Naphtali Sobers 3pm, Monday 12th December 2022, SoTA library, 19-23 Abercrom... Read More about Small anthropology, and black everyday life, material culture and narrative: An overview.

eHealth and the delivery of person-centred care for children with life-limiting conditions: A realist evaluation (2022)
Thesis
Harris, N. eHealth and the delivery of person-centred care for children with life-limiting conditions: A realist evaluation. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9458142

Background: Children with life-limiting conditions have complex healthcare needs, creating associated “patient work” for their families and requiring multiple interactions with healthcare professionals (HCPs). Ehealth provides opportunities to enhanc... Read More about eHealth and the delivery of person-centred care for children with life-limiting conditions: A realist evaluation.

Dual wavelength retinal vessel oximetry – influence of fundus pigmentation (2022)
Journal Article
Hirsch, K., Cubbidge, R. P., & Heitmar, R. (2023). Dual wavelength retinal vessel oximetry – influence of fundus pigmentation. Eye, 37(11), 2246-2251. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-022-02325-7

Background: Clinical methods examining oxygenation parameters in humans have been used in many different care settings, but concerns have been raised regarding their clinical utility when assessing people with darker skin pigmentation. While saturati... Read More about Dual wavelength retinal vessel oximetry – influence of fundus pigmentation.

Planning policy relaxation’s threat to GI (2022)
Journal Article
Sinnett, D. (2022). Planning policy relaxation’s threat to GI. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 91, 422-424

Frameworks, principles, and accreditation: Making data governance work (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Ritchie, F. (2022, November). Frameworks, principles, and accreditation: Making data governance work. Presented at RSS Data Ethics and Governance – origins, progress and priorities, London

Presentation to the Royal Statistical Society Data Ethics Section, covering the origins and development of the Five Safes, the EDRU approach to problems-solving, principles-based regulation, and how these all need to work together to achieve effectiv... Read More about Frameworks, principles, and accreditation: Making data governance work.

Experimental validation of computerised models of clustering of platelet glycoprotein receptors that signal via tandem SH2 domain proteins (2022)
Journal Article
Maqsood, Z., Clark, J. C., Martin, E. M., Cheung, Y. F. H., Morán, L. A., Watson, S. E. T., …Watson, S. P. (2022). Experimental validation of computerised models of clustering of platelet glycoprotein receptors that signal via tandem SH2 domain proteins. PLoS Computational Biology, 18(11), Article e1010708. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1010708

The clustering of platelet glycoprotein receptors with cytosolic YxxL and YxxM motifs, including GPVI, CLEC-2 and PEAR1, triggers activation via phosphorylation of the conserved tyrosine residues and recruitment of the tandem SH2 (Src homology 2) dom... Read More about Experimental validation of computerised models of clustering of platelet glycoprotein receptors that signal via tandem SH2 domain proteins.

BRIVEST: A ‘real-world’ observational, single-centre study investigating the efficacy, safety and tolerability of Brivaracetam (2022)
Journal Article
Naddell, S., Manuel, M., Cavill, R., White, P., & Sieradzan, K. (2023). BRIVEST: A ‘real-world’ observational, single-centre study investigating the efficacy, safety and tolerability of Brivaracetam. Epilepsy and Behavior, 138, 108985. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.yebeh.2022.108985

Objective: Via measures of efficacy, tolerability, and safety, this open-label, single-center study assessed the overall effectiveness of Brivaracetam (BRV) for the treatment of epilepsy in the context of ‘real-world’ clinical practice. Methods: Unse... Read More about BRIVEST: A ‘real-world’ observational, single-centre study investigating the efficacy, safety and tolerability of Brivaracetam.

Global Displacement in the 21st Century - Towards an Ethical Framework (2022)
Book
Cole, P. (2022). Global Displacement in the 21st Century - Towards an Ethical Framework. Edinburgh University Press

In this book Phillip Cole calls for a radical review of what international protection looks like and who is entitled to it. The book brings together different issues of forced displacement to provide a systematic overview. It draws attention to group... Read More about Global Displacement in the 21st Century - Towards an Ethical Framework.

Dementia and Psychotherapy Revisited (2022)
Book
Cheston, R. (2022). Dementia and Psychotherapy Revisited. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill (Imprint: Open University Press)

People living with dementia have little opportunity to talk about their experiences and what is happening to them. This often makes it harder for them to adjust to, and to accept, the diagnosis. Dementia and Psychotherapy Reconsidered introduces a ne... Read More about Dementia and Psychotherapy Revisited.