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A 'language of the body': Weightlifting and (reptilian) rhythms of regulation (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Hughes, K. (2024, March). A 'language of the body': Weightlifting and (reptilian) rhythms of regulation. Paper presented at 2024 International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative Inquiry, Online

This audio-visual presentation recontextualizes postmodern ‘punk’ feminist writer Kathy Acker’s essay ‘Against Ordinary Language: The Language of the Body’ (1993) as a critical experimental work of narrative autoethnography. It will be proposed that... Read More about A 'language of the body': Weightlifting and (reptilian) rhythms of regulation.

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.

What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners? (2023)
Journal Article
Matthew, T., de Viggiani, N., & Emma, P. (2023). What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners?. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 19(4), 724-742. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPH-05-2022-0031

Purpose: Globally millions of children have a parent who is imprisoned. Research suggests that this has an adverse impact on the child and imprisonment of a parent is considered to be an adverse childhood experience (ACE). Parental incarceration will... Read More about What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners?.

Critical perspectives on art on prescription (2023)
Journal Article
Jensen, A., Bungay, H., & Holt, N. (in press). Critical perspectives on art on prescription. Perspectives in Public Health, https://doi.org/10.1177/1757913923117077

The positive outcomes of engaging in the arts are increasingly reported in the research literature, supporting the use of the arts to enhance individual and community health and wellbeing. However, little attention is given to the less positive aspec... Read More about Critical perspectives on art on prescription.

Art on referral: Remote delivery in primary and secondary care during the coronavirus pandemic (2022)
Report
Holt, N., Baber, D., Matthews, J., Lines, R., & Disney, B. (2022). Art on referral: Remote delivery in primary and secondary care during the coronavirus pandemic. Fresh Arts, Southmead Hospital and CreativeShift, Bristol

Between July 2020 and February 2021 Fresh Arts at Southmead Hospital and CreativeShift delivered remote arts on referral programmes to over 100 participants during the coronavirus pandemic. A referral pathway was developed with cultural organisations... Read More about Art on referral: Remote delivery in primary and secondary care during the coronavirus pandemic.

A manifesto for 2.8 million minds (2022)
Report
Sim, N., Brown, T., Leadbitter, J., & Pimlott, S. (2022). A manifesto for 2.8 million minds. London: Greater London Authority

A young people’s project commissioned by the Mayor of London There are currently 2,879,900 children and young people aged 0-25 who live in London. Between November 2021 and May 2022, over 120 people contributed to A Manifesto for 2.8 Million Mi... Read More about A manifesto for 2.8 million minds.

Student loneliness: A study of UWE Bristol students’ loneliness experience and coping strategies
Report
Rengel, B., Sultani, S., & Cottrell, F. Student loneliness: A study of UWE Bristol students’ loneliness experience and coping strategies. UWE Bristol Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Team

Loneliness is a concern among university students. Although there are numerous studies on loneliness, many focus on a single aspect of this unpleasant feeling. The present research looked at loneliness from different angles: the extent and forms of l... Read More about Student loneliness: A study of UWE Bristol students’ loneliness experience and coping strategies.