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Ambulance clinicians implementing evidence-based practice: Mind the gap! Attitudes, perceptions and experiences of student paramedics (2023)
Journal Article
Newton, J., & Smith, A. (2023). Ambulance clinicians implementing evidence-based practice: Mind the gap! Attitudes, perceptions and experiences of student paramedics. British Paramedic Journal, 8(3), 11-19. https://doi.org/10.29045/14784726.2023.12.8.3.11

Background: Evidence-based practice (EBP) represents the conscientious and judicious use of the best contemporaneous evidence in partnership with patient values and clinical expertise to guide healthcare professionals. As a result, EBP is a recommend... Read More about Ambulance clinicians implementing evidence-based practice: Mind the gap! Attitudes, perceptions and experiences of student paramedics.

Evaluation of a live educational webinar on ‘Managing Chronic Pain’ (2023)
Presentation / Conference
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’.

Community of Practice in a seminar setting: An action research approach to graduate employability and skills in higher education (2023)
Thesis
Bird, S. Community of Practice in a seminar setting: An action research approach to graduate employability and skills in higher education. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/10395446

United Kingdom higher education institutions play a valuable role in preparing students for graduate roles through the development of employability skills and preparedness for employment. This study explores the impact of a transitional Community of... Read More about Community of Practice in a seminar setting: An action research approach to graduate employability and skills in higher education.

The spirit of modern academic legal education: Towards governing principles (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Platsas, A. E. (2023). The spirit of modern academic legal education: Towards governing principles. In The European Conference on Education 2023 Official Conference Proceedings (1479-1488). https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2188-1162.2023.118

The contribution promotes the idea of principles in academic legal education. Principles are taken to be abstract notions that can offer a certain direction of things in academic legal education. The paper posits that such principles should be taken... Read More about The spirit of modern academic legal education: Towards governing principles.

Exploring the potential of a pronunciation guide app to support non-native speaking students in higher education (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Western, D. (2023). Exploring the potential of a pronunciation guide app to support non-native speaking students in higher education. In ICETC '23: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Education Technology and Computers (78–85). https://doi.org/10.1145/3629296.3629309

Non-native speaking (NNS) students form an important part of the student population in the UK and many other countries’ higher education sectors. They face numerous additional challenges compared with their native speaking counterparts. Software to s... Read More about Exploring the potential of a pronunciation guide app to support non-native speaking students in higher education.

Development of online cancer resources to support pre-registration nurses and allied health professionals to increase their knowledge and understanding of cancer care (2023)
Journal Article
Armoogum, J., Taylor, V., Cruickshank, S., Donaldson, J., Wyatt, D., Tanay, M., …Potter, L. (2023). Development of online cancer resources to support pre-registration nurses and allied health professionals to increase their knowledge and understanding of cancer care. British Journal of Nursing, 32(17),

Cancer rates are increasing, and more people are living with cancer and its consequences. Healthcare students will be caring for people affected by cancer in all clinical contexts. However, pre-registration programmes can include limited cancer edu... Read More about Development of online cancer resources to support pre-registration nurses and allied health professionals to increase their knowledge and understanding of cancer care.

Absence of value - Masculinity, disability and class in alternative provision (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Johnston, C. (2023, September). Absence of value - Masculinity, disability and class in alternative provision. Presented at Driving Impact - Supporting the Educational Outcomes and Progression of Working-Class Boys Conference, Manchester Met University

In this paper, I explore aspects of alternative provision (AP), education settings created to provide short-term support for school-aged young people in England excluded from or unable to be placed in ‘regular’ schools. AP is an element of the Engli... Read More about Absence of value - Masculinity, disability and class in alternative provision.

Operation JACKSCREW (2023)
Digital Artefact
Galona, O. Operation JACKSCREW. [Video]

The summer 2022 major incident simulation depicted a serious aviation disaster and enabled 505 participants, 7 programmes of study and 18 external partners to engaged in this 4 day event. Having gained recognition at an international level and hailed... Read More about Operation JACKSCREW.

Assessment of policy-society interface to increase female participation: A study of aerospace engineering in the Maldives (2023)
Report
Afaal, S., & Bakthavatchaalam, V. (2023). Assessment of policy-society interface to increase female participation: A study of aerospace engineering in the Maldives. https://sdgs.un.org/: The United Nations

This study aims to identify and analyse the various factors leading to low female participation in Maldivian aerospace industry and discuss the policies required to improve this sector. Using a qualitative method, data from both male and female aeros... Read More about Assessment of policy-society interface to increase female participation: A study of aerospace engineering in the Maldives.

Correct for the wrong reason: Why we should know more about mathematical common student errors in e-assessment questions (2023)
Journal Article
Sikurajapathi, B., Henderson, K., & Gwynllyw, R. (2023). Correct for the wrong reason: Why we should know more about mathematical common student errors in e-assessment questions. MSOR Connections, 21(Special Issue: CETL-MSOR Conference 2022 Part 1), 43-51. https://doi.org/10.21100/msor.v21i1

Students may arrive at an incorrect answer when answering a mathematical question due to several reasons, such as random errors, calculation errors or misreading the question. Such errors are sometimes referred to as Common Student Errors (CSEs). Thi... Read More about Correct for the wrong reason: Why we should know more about mathematical common student errors in e-assessment questions.

Special Issue - Creative Higher Education Curriculum and Pedagogy - Editorial (2023)
Journal Article
Agusita, E., & Naudin, A. (2023). Special Issue - Creative Higher Education Curriculum and Pedagogy - Editorial. Makings, 4(1),

Research in Art, Design and Media (ADM) Higher Education matters because it has the potential to enhance educational practice from the perspective of creative pedagogies and the cultural and creative industries. Specifically in practice-based ADM edu... Read More about Special Issue - Creative Higher Education Curriculum and Pedagogy - Editorial.

Disruptive learning and optimal flow: Game jams in heterotopic affinity space (2022)
Thesis
King, A. Disruptive learning and optimal flow: Game jams in heterotopic affinity space. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9303643

Game jams are intensive, time-bound videogame-development events where students, professionals, and hobbyists form teams to create games against the clock. Jams are popular, offering accessible, informal learning environments which promote teamwork,... Read More about Disruptive learning and optimal flow: Game jams in heterotopic affinity space.

Are you talking about me? Patients’ involvement in curriculum design and development (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Piggin, C., Moreno-Chamorro, D., Bowles, A., & Berrou, I. (2022, October). Are you talking about me? Patients’ involvement in curriculum design and development. Poster presented at 8th International Nurse Education Conference 19-22 October 2022 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain

Background: Patients have always been involved in the delivery and assessment of learning in our independent prescribing programme. However, they have not been extensively involved in curriculum design. Aim: We sought to develop a framework of pat... Read More about Are you talking about me? Patients’ involvement in curriculum design and development.

Building university research capacity in Uzbekistan (2022)
Book Chapter
Ruziev, K., & Mamasolieva, M. (2022). Building university research capacity in Uzbekistan. In M. Chankseliani, I. Fedyukin, & I. Frumin (Eds.), Building Research Capacity at Universities: Insights from Post-Soviet Countries (285-303). (1). Palgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-12141-8_15

By analysing relevant policy documents, official statistics, and primary data from interviews, this chapter tries to explain why higher education remained one of the least reformed areas in Uzbekistan until 2016 and why reforms have accelerated since... Read More about Building university research capacity in Uzbekistan.

Cosmopolitan legal education: From Irnerius and the Westphalian paradigm to the modern law school (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Platsas, A. E. (2022). Cosmopolitan legal education: From Irnerius and the Westphalian paradigm to the modern law school. In The European Conference on Education 2022: Official Conference Proceedings (295–304). https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2188-1162.2022.26

The law school has not always been one that would be predominantly engaged with national legal matter. The subject of law, as a field of learning, has for a number of centuries been the toy of national educational systems, because law has been the to... Read More about Cosmopolitan legal education: From Irnerius and the Westphalian paradigm to the modern law school.

Leadership in global higher education: Findings from a scoping study (2022)
Report
Watermeyer, R., Bolden, R., Knight, C., & Holm, J. (2022). Leadership in global higher education: Findings from a scoping study. York: Advance HE

This scoping study was commissioned by Advance HE to inform the development of a higher education (HE) leadership survey, with the aim of investigating what works for leadership in higher education and related organisations. The timing of this study... Read More about Leadership in global higher education: Findings from a scoping study.

Conditions for play (2022)
Physical Artefact
Davis, R., & Paul, A. Conditions for play. [Manifesto Poster]. UWE City Campus

This co-created Manifesto poster/print is the physical output of qualitative data collected by asking UWE Arts and Design students at City Campus this question: "What does play mean to you in your creative practice?" Responses were gathered a... Read More about Conditions for play.

Selling our Youth: Graduate Stories of Class, Gender and Work in Challenging Times (2022)
Book
Waller, R., Bradley, H., & Bentley, L. (2022). Selling our Youth: Graduate Stories of Class, Gender and Work in Challenging Times. Bingley: Emerald

Selling Our Youth explores how the class origins of recent graduates continue to shape their labour market careers and thus reproduce class privilege and class disadvantage. It shows how class and gender combine to influence these young adults’ oppor... Read More about Selling our Youth: Graduate Stories of Class, Gender and Work in Challenging Times.