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“It’s not therapy; I’m not a therapist”: Exploring the perspectives of Arts Health Practitioners on how arts on referral can improve psychosocial outcomes in adults with health conditions (2021)
Conference Proceeding
White, E., Holt, N., & Jenkinson, E. (2021). “It’s not therapy; I’m not a therapist”: Exploring the perspectives of Arts Health Practitioners on how arts on referral can improve psychosocial outcomes in adults with health conditions. In . N. Daykin, & A. Coulter (Eds.), Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference 2021 CHW21 Research Proceedings (143-146)

Introduction The rationale for this research was to explore the perspectives of art for health practitioners about how art interventions can improve psychosocial outcomes for adults with physical health conditions. Existing literature tends to foc... Read More about “It’s not therapy; I’m not a therapist”: Exploring the perspectives of Arts Health Practitioners on how arts on referral can improve psychosocial outcomes in adults with health conditions.

Risk-taking behavior and the consumption of alcohol mixed with energy drink among Australian, Dutch and UK students (2021)
Journal Article
Johnson, S. J., Benson, S., Scholey, A., Alford, C., & Verster, J. C. (2021). Risk-taking behavior and the consumption of alcohol mixed with energy drink among Australian, Dutch and UK students. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(10), 14. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18105315

The relationship between risk-taking behavior, alcohol consumption and negative alcoholrelated consequences is well known. The current analyses were conducted to investigate whether alcohol mixed with energy drink (AMED) is related to risk-taking beh... Read More about Risk-taking behavior and the consumption of alcohol mixed with energy drink among Australian, Dutch and UK students.

Which psychosocial interventions improve sex worker well-being? A systematic review of evidence from resource-rich countries (2021)
Journal Article
Turner, K., Meyrick, J., Miller, D., & Stopgate, L. (2021). Which psychosocial interventions improve sex worker well-being? A systematic review of evidence from resource-rich countries. BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, 48(e1), e88-e100. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjsrh-2021-201028

Objective: To establish the state of the evidence base around psychosocial interventions that support well-being in sex workers in order to inform policy and practice within a resource-rich geographical context. Methods: Published and unpublished stu... Read More about Which psychosocial interventions improve sex worker well-being? A systematic review of evidence from resource-rich countries.

‘It’s time we invested in stronger borders’: Media representations of refugees crossing the English Channel by boat (2021)
Journal Article
Parker, S., Bennett, S., Cobden, C. M., & Earnshaw, D. (2022). ‘It’s time we invested in stronger borders’: Media representations of refugees crossing the English Channel by boat. Critical Discourse Studies, 19(4), 348-363. https://doi.org/10.1080/17405904.2021.1920998

Refugees crossing the Mediterranean Sea in small boats has become a common sight in the media, particularly since the so-called ‘refugee crisis’ in 2015. The number of boats crossing the English Channel between the French and UK coasts has been incre... Read More about ‘It’s time we invested in stronger borders’: Media representations of refugees crossing the English Channel by boat.

Achieving consensus on the values and activities of all healthcare educators: A mixed-methods study (2021)
Journal Article
Browne, J., Bullock, A., Parker, S., Poletti, C., Gallen, D., & Jenkins, J. (2021). Achieving consensus on the values and activities of all healthcare educators: A mixed-methods study. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 11(1), https://doi.org/10.22230/jripe.2021v11n1a313

Background: To facilitate a stronger recognition of the importance of the healthcare educator role and clearer communication regarding IPE, consensus is needed regardingn the values and areas of activity that all healthcare educators share, regardles... Read More about Achieving consensus on the values and activities of all healthcare educators: A mixed-methods study.

Senior executive women's views on female solidarity: The role of perceived gender salience (2021)
Book Chapter
Arman, G., & Okay-Somerville, B. (2021). Senior executive women's views on female solidarity: The role of perceived gender salience. In Exploring gender at work: Multiple perspectives (339-359). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-64319-5_18

The study explores senior female executives' views on supporting female subordinates in managerial careers (i.e., female solidarity). The chapter provides a distinctive approach to female managerial career development by contextualizing the study in... Read More about Senior executive women's views on female solidarity: The role of perceived gender salience.

The ethos of the nourished wounded healer: A narrative inquiry (2021)
Journal Article
Hadjiosif, M. (2021). The ethos of the nourished wounded healer: A narrative inquiry. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 23(1), 43-69. https://doi.org/10.1080/13642537.2021.1881137

Despite a plethora of texts on the 'wounded healer', little systematic research has been conducted on unpacking the implications and embedded assumptions of this concept. This paper takes the 'wounded healer' into the research arena by approaching it... Read More about The ethos of the nourished wounded healer: A narrative inquiry.

Applied and laboratory-based autonomic and neurophysiological monitoring during sustained attention tasks (2021)
Thesis
Stephenson, A. Applied and laboratory-based autonomic and neurophysiological monitoring during sustained attention tasks. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6822634

Fluctuations during sustained attention can cause momentary lapses in performance which can have a significant impact on safety and wellbeing. However, it is less clear how unrelated tasks impact current task processes, and whether potential disturba... Read More about Applied and laboratory-based autonomic and neurophysiological monitoring during sustained attention tasks.

The impact of collectivism orientation and gender identity on work-life balance and life satisfaction relationship: A UK –Spain comparison (2021)
Journal Article
Valero Pizarro, I., & Arman, G. (2021). The impact of collectivism orientation and gender identity on work-life balance and life satisfaction relationship: A UK –Spain comparison. Journal of Management and Business Education, 4(1), https://doi.org/10.35564/jmbe.2021.0004

Difficulties in balancing work and non-work roles have a negative impact on an individual’s life satisfaction. This study investigates the relationship between work-life balance and life satisfaction across the United Kingdom and Spain. It also expl... Read More about The impact of collectivism orientation and gender identity on work-life balance and life satisfaction relationship: A UK –Spain comparison.

Anonymity versus advocacy: Challenges and pitfalls of ethical island research (2020)
Journal Article
Matheson, K., Pawson, C., & Clegg, P. (2020). Anonymity versus advocacy: Challenges and pitfalls of ethical island research. Round Table, 109(6), 720-729. https://doi.org/10.1080/00358533.2020.1849500

The purpose of much island research is to advocate for island communities, to encourage island scholarship by islanders themselves, and where that is not possible, to promote the voices of islanders ‘on their own terms’ (Baldacchino, 2008). However,... Read More about Anonymity versus advocacy: Challenges and pitfalls of ethical island research.

Does latent inhibition underpin creativity, positive schizotypy and anomalous cognition? (2020)
Journal Article
Holt, N., Simmonds-Moore, C., & Moore, S. (2020). Does latent inhibition underpin creativity, positive schizotypy and anomalous cognition?. Journal of Parapsychology, 84(2), 156-178. https://doi.org/10.30891/jopar.2020.02.02

This paper presents two experiments in which an experimental paradigm developed to examine the efficacy of filtering mechanisms of attention, Latent Inhibition (LI), was adapted to include a psi component. LI assesses the processing of irrelevant sti... Read More about Does latent inhibition underpin creativity, positive schizotypy and anomalous cognition?.

Acceptability and feasibility of early identification of mental health difficulties in primary schools: A qualitative exploration of UK school staff and parents’ perceptions (2020)
Journal Article
Childs-Fegredo, J., Burn, A., Duschinsky, R., Humphrey, A., Ford, T., Jones, P. B., & Howarth, E. (2021). Acceptability and feasibility of early identification of mental health difficulties in primary schools: A qualitative exploration of UK school staff and parents’ perceptions. School Mental Health, 13, 143–159. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12310-020-09398-3

© 2020, The Author(s). One in eight children aged 5–19years in the UK suffer from a psychiatric disorder, while fewer than 35% are identified and only 25% of children access mental health services. Whilst government policy states that primary schools... Read More about Acceptability and feasibility of early identification of mental health difficulties in primary schools: A qualitative exploration of UK school staff and parents’ perceptions.

A PhD FAQ [Blog] (2020)
Other
Thompson, M., & Saunders, A. (2020). A PhD FAQ [Blog]

Embarking on a PhD can be one of the most rewarding, frustrating, liberating, challenging and exciting adventures of your professional life. However, it isn’t for everyone and should not be undertaken lightly. If it works for you, it can be incredibl... Read More about A PhD FAQ [Blog].

Giving a voice to patient experiences through the insights of pragmatism (2020)
Journal Article
Deering, K., Williams, J., Stayner, K., & Pawson, C. (2021). Giving a voice to patient experiences through the insights of pragmatism. Nursing Philosophy, 22(1), Article e12329. https://doi.org/10.1111/nup.12329

As a philosophical position, pragmatism can be critiqued to distinguish truth only with methods that bring about desired results, predominantly with scientific enquiry. The article hopes to dismiss this oversimplification and propose that within ment... Read More about Giving a voice to patient experiences through the insights of pragmatism.

Amplifying recall after delays via initial interviewing: Inoculating truth-tellers' memory as a function of encoding quality (2020)
Journal Article
Harvey, A. C., Vrij, A., Leal, S., Deeb, H., Hope, L., & Mann, S. (2020). Amplifying recall after delays via initial interviewing: Inoculating truth-tellers' memory as a function of encoding quality. Acta Psychologica, 209, Article 103130. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2020.103130

Typically, truth-tellers report more detailed statements when interviewed immediately, compared to after delays (displaying forgetting), whereas liars report statements containing similar amounts of detail when interviewed immediately or after a dela... Read More about Amplifying recall after delays via initial interviewing: Inoculating truth-tellers' memory as a function of encoding quality.

‘Just eating and sleeping’: Asylum seekers’ constructions of belonging within a restrictive policy environment (2020)
Journal Article
Parker, S. (2020). ‘Just eating and sleeping’: Asylum seekers’ constructions of belonging within a restrictive policy environment. Critical Discourse Studies, 17(3), 243-259. https://doi.org/10.1080/17405904.2018.1546198

The ‘refugee crisis’ in Europe has drawn attention to the reasons why people risk desperate journeys to seek safety. However, less research has focussed on what happens to those on the move once they have reached their destination country. In recent... Read More about ‘Just eating and sleeping’: Asylum seekers’ constructions of belonging within a restrictive policy environment.

Tracking momentary experience in the evaluation of arts-on-prescription services: Using mood changes during art workshops to predict global wellbeing change (2020)
Journal Article
Holt, N. J. (2020). Tracking momentary experience in the evaluation of arts-on-prescription services: Using mood changes during art workshops to predict global wellbeing change. Perspectives in Public Health, 140(5), 270-276. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757913920913060

Aims: To measure the immediate impact of participating in arts-on-prescription workshops on multiple dimensions of mood and to evaluate whether improvement in mood is a mechanism for change, predicting improvements in global wellbeing before and afte... Read More about Tracking momentary experience in the evaluation of arts-on-prescription services: Using mood changes during art workshops to predict global wellbeing change.