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Predicting multiple-target search performance using eye movements and individual differences (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Birch-Hurst, K., Jones, A. M., Ong, A., Stoker, K. M., Smith, M. L., Zhang, W., & Clark, K. (2023, August). Predicting multiple-target search performance using eye movements and individual differences. Poster presented at European Conference on Visual Perception, Paphos, Cyprus

Accuracy in visual search – the process of detecting a target amongst distractors – is critical for life-saving career searches such as radiology and airport security. These searches often contain multiple targets (e.g., a tumour and a fracture) and... Read More about Predicting multiple-target search performance using eye movements and individual differences.

Disability rights and robotics: Co-producing futures (2023)
Journal Article
Savage, S., & Curran, T. (2023). Disability rights and robotics: Co-producing futures. International Journal of Disability and Social Justice, 3(2), 26-48. https://doi.org/10.13169/intljofdissocjus.3.2.0026

People with lived experience of disability, family carers, students and academics in robotics and social sciences came together as co-researchers to ask: How can robotics technology support disability rights? How can co-production research be develop... Read More about Disability rights and robotics: Co-producing futures.

Inclusive spaces for neurodivergent/neurominority students in higher education (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Whelan, J. (2023, August). Inclusive spaces for neurodivergent/neurominority students in higher education. Presented at Professional Development Programme, Rwanda

Due to the epistemic, hermeneutical injustice of neurodivergent voices, inclusive language to express and interpret experiences has been excluded from centres of language generation (higher education, journalism, and governance). Through the use of t... Read More about Inclusive spaces for neurodivergent/neurominority students in higher education.

Going circular: history, present, and future of circRNAs in cancer. (2023)
Journal Article
Pisignano, G., Michael, D. C., Pirlog, R., Visal, T. H., Ladomery, M., & Calin, G. A. (2023). Going circular: history, present, and future of circRNAs in cancer. Oncogene, 42, 2783–2800. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41388-023-02780-w

To date, thousands of highly abundant and conserved single-stranded RNA molecules shaped into ring structures (circRNAs) have been identified. CircRNAs are multifunctional molecules that have been shown to regulate gene expression transcriptionally a... Read More about Going circular: history, present, and future of circRNAs in cancer..

HOCl vs OCl−: clarification on chlorine-based disinfectants used within clinical settings (2023)
Journal Article
Mehendale, F. V., Mehendale, F., Homyer, K. M., Clayton, G., Reynolds, D. M., Homyer, K., & Reynolds, D. (2023). HOCl vs OCl−: clarification on chlorine-based disinfectants used within clinical settings. Journal of Global Health Reports, 7, Article e2023052. https://doi.org/10.29392/001c.84488

Disinfection is a mainstay of infection prevention, the importance of which was highlighted throughout the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. There is frequent misuse of terminology surrounding chlorine solutions in the literature. This leads not only to confusion... Read More about HOCl vs OCl−: clarification on chlorine-based disinfectants used within clinical settings.

Professional responses to sibling sexual abuse (2023)
Journal Article
King-Hill, S., Gilsenan, A., & McCartan, K. (2023). Professional responses to sibling sexual abuse. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 29(3), 359-373. https://doi.org/10.1080/13552600.2023.2241482

Professional confidence and knowledge are essential in effectively responding to sibling sexual abuse (SSA). If professionals do not have knowledge of the area and confidence in their skills to deliver effective support, then there could be negative... Read More about Professional responses to sibling sexual abuse.

Development of a framework integrating agent-based modelling, building information modelling and immersive technologies for construction training and education (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Babalola, A., Cheung, C., Manu, P., & Yunusa-Kaltungo, A. (2023). Development of a framework integrating agent-based modelling, building information modelling and immersive technologies for construction training and education. In CIBW099W123: Digital Transformation of Health and Safety in Construction: Book of Proceedings (471-480). https://doi.org/10.24840/978-972-752-309-2

Effective construction management plays a crucial role in ensuring the successful execution and completion of construction projects. However, the construction industry continues to face numerous challenges, such as time delays and cost overruns, whic... Read More about Development of a framework integrating agent-based modelling, building information modelling and immersive technologies for construction training and education.

Parental engagement with complementary feeding information in the United Kingdom: A qualitative evidence synthesis (2023)
Journal Article
Spurlock, K., Deave, T., Lucas, P. J., & Dowling, S. (2023). Parental engagement with complementary feeding information in the United Kingdom: A qualitative evidence synthesis. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 19(4), Article e13553. https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.13553

Complementary feeding is the process of introducing solid foods to milk‐fed infants (also known as weaning). Current UK guidance states that complementary feeding should occur around 6 months but not before 4 months. This systematic review explores h... Read More about Parental engagement with complementary feeding information in the United Kingdom: A qualitative evidence synthesis.

Undefined benefit: Fixing the UK pensions system (2023)
Report
Churchill, J., Bonizzi, B., Dutta, S., & Buller, A. (2023). Undefined benefit: Fixing the UK pensions system. https://www.common-wealth.org/: Common Wealth

...most people in the UK have very poor pension cover, and the distribution of pension assets is steeply unequal, with lower average cover for women and other disadvantaged groups. The vast, state-subsidised private pension assets built up by a rich... Read More about Undefined benefit: Fixing the UK pensions system.

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.

Green infrastructure and regeneration (2023)
Journal Article
Sinnett, D. (2023). Green infrastructure and regeneration. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 92, 227-229

Acceptability of memory-aid technological devices for community-dwelling older adults with dementia to maintain quality of life (2023)
Thesis
Muponda, T. Acceptability of memory-aid technological devices for community-dwelling older adults with dementia to maintain quality of life. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/10393789

The rising prevalence of dementia cases due to ageing population presents a global challenge. Despite different types of memory aid devices available, evidence reveal that it is not widely accepted (Thordardottir et al., 2019). The current study aime... Read More about Acceptability of memory-aid technological devices for community-dwelling older adults with dementia to maintain quality of life.

The OdonAssist inflatable device for assisted vaginal birth—the ASSIST II study (United Kingdom) (2023)
Journal Article
Hotton, E. J., Hotton, E. J., Bale, N., Rose, C., White, P., Wade, J., …Reading, I. (2024). The OdonAssist inflatable device for assisted vaginal birth—the ASSIST II study (United Kingdom). American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 230(3), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajog.2023.05.018

Background: Decreasing rates of assisted vaginal birth have been paralleled with increasing rates of cesarean deliveries over the last 40 years. The OdonAssist is a novel device for assisted vaginal birth. Iterative changes to clinical parameters, de... Read More about The OdonAssist inflatable device for assisted vaginal birth—the ASSIST II study (United Kingdom).

World Book Night United Artists - Stories of and strategies for experimental, collaborative publishing (2023)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2023). World Book Night United Artists - Stories of and strategies for experimental, collaborative publishing. Axon: Creative Explorations, 13(1), 2-21. https://doi.org/10.54375/001/cbyvozki7k

Sarah Bodman reflects on 13 years of Bookarts at UWE Bristol's World Book Night (WBN) project; a text and image / artists' books-based event which has evolved from an initial collaboration with the artist and poet Nancy Campbell into an annual, inter... Read More about World Book Night United Artists - Stories of and strategies for experimental, collaborative publishing.

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.

Why we must reverse forty years of super-centralisation (2023)
Digital Artefact
Hambleton, R. (2023). Why we must reverse forty years of super-centralisation. [Website Article]

Strengthening the power of place in modern societies is essential if we want to co-create fair and sustainable ways of living. In the UK context this means giving a really significant boost to the tax raising powers of elected local governments. Th... Read More about Why we must reverse forty years of super-centralisation.

Paradoxes of multi-level leadership: Insights from an integrated care system (2023)
Journal Article
Bolden, R., Kars, S., Jarvis, C., & Sheffield, R. (2023). Paradoxes of multi-level leadership: Insights from an integrated care system. Journal of Change Management, 23(4), 337-357. https://doi.org/10.1080/14697017.2023.2234388

In this paper, we draw on systems leadership, complexity and paradox theory to elucidate the tensions that organisational actors experience when practising multi-level leadership. We explore these issues through a study of the perceptions and experie... Read More about Paradoxes of multi-level leadership: Insights from an integrated care system.