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Rotator cuff-related shoulder pain (RCRSP): Semi-structured patient interviews to explore the barriers and enablers to rehabilitation exercises (2023)
Presentation / Conference
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.

Characterising redistributed manufacturing in healthcare through the lens of transdisciplinary innovation (2023)
Book Chapter
Kapletia, D., & Phillips, W. (2023). Characterising redistributed manufacturing in healthcare through the lens of transdisciplinary innovation. In M. Seyed Esfahani, & M. Halkes (Eds.), Healthcare Innovation Shaping Future Models of Delivery (243-262). World Scientific Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1142/9781800614192_0009

This chapter explores the emergence of Redistributed Manufacturing (RDM) as a disruptive system that can help address wicked or complex problems in healthcare, which cannot easily be solved by individual disciplines alone. RDM is presented as a new f... Read More about Characterising redistributed manufacturing in healthcare through the lens of transdisciplinary innovation.

Identifying patients at imminent risk of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest during the Emergency Medical call: The views of call-takers (2023)
Journal Article
Kirby, K., Voss, S., & Benger, J. (2023). Identifying patients at imminent risk of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest during the Emergency Medical call: The views of call-takers. Resuscitation Plus, 16, Article 100490. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resplu.2023.100490

There is little research on the triage of patients who are not yet in cardiac arrest when the emergency call is initiated, but who deteriorate and suffer a cardiac arrest during the prehospital phase of care. The aim of this study was to investigate... Read More about Identifying patients at imminent risk of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest during the Emergency Medical call: The views of call-takers.

Ontological insecurity of inattentiveness: Conceptualizing how risk management practices impact on patient recovery when admitted to an acute psychiatric hospital (2023)
Journal Article
Deering, K., Wagstaff, C., Williams, J., Bermingham, I., & Pawson, C. (2024). Ontological insecurity of inattentiveness: Conceptualizing how risk management practices impact on patient recovery when admitted to an acute psychiatric hospital. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 33(2), 420-430. https://doi.org/10.1111/inm.13245

Risk management which assesses and mitigates risks such as suicide and violence is under scrutiny, particularly within psychiatric inpatient settings. Restrictive practices, which result from risk assessment, such as observations, physical restraint... Read More about Ontological insecurity of inattentiveness: Conceptualizing how risk management practices impact on patient recovery when admitted to an acute psychiatric hospital.

Social connectedness in a locked-down world: A phenomenological study of older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic (2023)
Journal Article
Beardmore, A., Beynon, P., Crabbe, C., Fullforth, J., Groome, J., & Jones, M. (2023). Social connectedness in a locked-down world: A phenomenological study of older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Ageing and Longevity, 3(4), 465-482. https://doi.org/10.3390/jal3040020

Background: Whilst qualitative research has previously been conducted on older people’s personal resilience and wellbeing during COVID-19, there are fewer empirical studies on the impact it had on social connectedness for this age group. In this pape... Read More about Social connectedness in a locked-down world: A phenomenological study of older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Access to chronic pain services for adults from minority ethnic groups in the United Kingdom (UK): A scoping review (2023)
Journal Article
Leach, E., Ndosi, M., Jones, G., Ambler, H., Park, S., & Lewis, J. S. (in press). Access to chronic pain services for adults from minority ethnic groups in the United Kingdom (UK): A scoping review. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-023-01803-2

Background: Chronic pain services in the UK are required to provide services which meet the diverse needs of patients, but little is known about the access and use of these services by minority ethnic groups. Objective: To assess the available eviden... Read More about Access to chronic pain services for adults from minority ethnic groups in the United Kingdom (UK): A scoping review.

Gut bacteria promote proliferation in benign S/RG/C2 colorectal tumour cells, and promote proliferation, migration and invasion in malignant HCT116 cells (2023)
Journal Article
Robson, J. L., Thorn, R. M. S., Williams, A. C., Collard, T. J., & Qualtrough, D. (2023). Gut bacteria promote proliferation in benign S/RG/C2 colorectal tumour cells, and promote proliferation, migration and invasion in malignant HCT116 cells. Scientific Reports, 13(1), Article 17291. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-023-44130-6

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a significant global health burden with a rising incidence worldwide. Distinct bacterial populations are associated with CRC development and progression, and it is thought that the relationship between CRC and associated gu... Read More about Gut bacteria promote proliferation in benign S/RG/C2 colorectal tumour cells, and promote proliferation, migration and invasion in malignant HCT116 cells.

Sekundärprävention der Nutzung von Kindesmissbrauchsabbildungen im Internet: Ein internationaler Überblicksversuch (2023)
Journal Article
Merdian, H. L., Allardyce, S., DeBoeck, M., Gannon, C., Janssen, E., Klapilova, K., …Lehmann, R. (2023). Sekundärprävention der Nutzung von Kindesmissbrauchsabbildungen im Internet: Ein internationaler Überblicksversuch. Forensische Psychiatrie, Psychologie, Kriminologie, 17(4), 377-388. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11757-023-00796-2

Prevention of the consumption of online child sexual exploitation material presents society with ahost of new challenges and is apriority of the European Union (EU). Alongside the identification and prosecution of individuals who use child sexual exp... Read More about Sekundärprävention der Nutzung von Kindesmissbrauchsabbildungen im Internet: Ein internationaler Überblicksversuch.

Technical considerations for the developments of (child) sex offender registries (2023)
Report
McCartan, K., Constant, S., & Beg, Z. (2023). Technical considerations for the developments of (child) sex offender registries. ECPAT International

The aim of this document is NOT to support or proscribe the use of a sex offender registry, but rather it is to suggest points of consideration for countries contemplating developing or reviewing their own registry. The development, rollout, and main... Read More about Technical considerations for the developments of (child) sex offender registries.

Art and the schizophrenic spectrum (2023)
Book Chapter
Holt, N. (2023). Art and the schizophrenic spectrum. In P. Crawford, & P. Kadetz (Eds.), Palgrave Encyclopedia of the Health Humanities. (1). Palgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26825-1_20-1

There is an ‘art and health’ paradox in the literature on the schizophrenic spectrum, since features of the schizophrenic spectrum have been argued to facilitate artistic creativity (e.g., by enabling novel perspectives, images or insights), suggesti... Read More about Art and the schizophrenic spectrum.

Quantifying the microstructural and biomechanical changes in the porcine ventricles during growth and remodelling (2023)
Journal Article
Ahmad, F., Soe, S., Albon, J., Errington, R., & Theobald, P. (2023). Quantifying the microstructural and biomechanical changes in the porcine ventricles during growth and remodelling. Acta Biomaterialia, 171, 166-192. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actbio.2023.09.044

Cardiac tissue growth and remodelling (G & R) occur in response to the changing physiological demands of the heart after birth. The early shift to pulmonary circulation produces an immediate increase in ventricular workload, causing microstructural a... Read More about Quantifying the microstructural and biomechanical changes in the porcine ventricles during growth and remodelling.

Applying artificial intelligence in healthcare: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic (2023)
Journal Article
Balasubramanian, S., Shukla, V., Islam, N., Upadhyay, A., & Duong, L. (in press). Applying artificial intelligence in healthcare: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Production Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2023.2263102

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed vulnerabilities in global healthcare systems and highlighted the need for innovative, technology-driven solutions like Artificial Intelligence (AI). However, previous research on the topic has been limited and fragmented... Read More about Applying artificial intelligence in healthcare: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pieces of Us (2023)
Book
Sheffield, R. (2023). Pieces of Us. Cambria Books

Shops, churches, pubs, social clubs, libraries, parks, schools, streets, windowsills, gardens, pavements... These public spaces can have an extraordinary effect on well-being in a community. They bring people together and form the bonds that lead to... Read More about Pieces of Us.

Treating male lower urinary tract symptoms in primary healthcare using conservative interventions: The TRIUMPH cluster randomised controlled trial (2023)
Journal Article
Drake, M., Worthington, J., Frost, J., Sanderson, E., Cochrane, M., Cotterill, N., …Lane, A. (in press). Treating male lower urinary tract symptoms in primary healthcare using conservative interventions: The TRIUMPH cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ,

Objective(s): To determine whether a standardised and manualised intervention for Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) achieves superior symptomatic improvement versus usual care. Design: 2-arm cluster randomised controlled trial where sites were ran... Read More about Treating male lower urinary tract symptoms in primary healthcare using conservative interventions: The TRIUMPH cluster randomised controlled trial.

Major incident and "high risk" simulation: How should we do it..? (2023)
Presentation / Conference
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..?.

Connecting communities programme evaluation: Small grants fund (2023)
Report
Biddle, M., Dodd, E., Beardmore, A., & Jones, M. (2023). Connecting communities programme evaluation: Small grants fund. University of the West of England: Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Integrated Care System

This is a report on the evaluation of the Connecting Communities Small Grants Fund, one of five pilot projects developed by Age UK Bristol (AUKB) for the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Integrated Care System (BNSSG ICS) Ageing Well... Read More about Connecting communities programme evaluation: Small grants fund.

The incidence of physician-diagnosed food allergy declines with age: A specialist UK centre experience (2023)
Journal Article
Grammatikos, A., Moghaddas, F., White, P., Fox, C., Johnston, S., Tsiougkos, N., & Gompels, M. (2024). The incidence of physician-diagnosed food allergy declines with age: A specialist UK centre experience. Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 54(2), 143-144. https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.14405

The incidence of physician-diagnosed food allergy declined with age in a cohort of UK adults. Men were more likely to be diagnosed with food allergy than women. The incidence of shellfish, wheat & cereals and vegetable & herb allergies increase... Read More about The incidence of physician-diagnosed food allergy declines with age: A specialist UK centre experience.

An interactive agent-based modelling framework for assessing COVID-19 transmission risk on construction site (2023)
Journal Article
Qiao, Q., Cheung, C., Yunusa-Kaltungo, A., Manu, P., Cao, R., & Yuan, Z. (2023). An interactive agent-based modelling framework for assessing COVID-19 transmission risk on construction site. Safety Science, 168, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2023.106312

The outbreak of COVID-19 has impacted the world and society in its entirety. The labour-intensive construction industry is especially disrupted by COVID-19 and construction workers have a higher chance of exposure to COVID-19. Despite the extensivene... Read More about An interactive agent-based modelling framework for assessing COVID-19 transmission risk on construction site.

Long-term patient-reported outcomes of immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer: Population-based cohort study (2023)
Journal Article
Johnson, L., White, P., Jeevan, R., Browne, J., Gulliver-Clarke, C., O’Donoghue, J., …Potter, S. (2023). Long-term patient-reported outcomes of immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer: Population-based cohort study. British Journal of Surgery, 110(12), 1815-1823. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjs/znad276

BACKGROUND: Breast reconstruction is offered to improve quality of life for women after mastectomy for breast cancer, but information regarding the long-term patient-reported outcomes of different reconstruction procedures is currently lacking. The B... Read More about Long-term patient-reported outcomes of immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer: Population-based cohort study.

Disclosure control issues in complex medical data (2023)
Presentation / Conference
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.