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Interventions to promote physical distancing behaviour during infectious disease pandemics or epidemics: A systematic review (2022)
Journal Article
Epton, T., Ghio, D., Ballard, L. M., Allen, S. F., Kassianos, A. P., Hewitt, R., …Drury, J. (2022). Interventions to promote physical distancing behaviour during infectious disease pandemics or epidemics: A systematic review. Social Science and Medicine, 303, 114946. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2022.114946

Objectives: Physical distancing, defined as keeping 1–2m apart when co-located, can prevent cases of droplet or aerosol transmitted infectious diseases such as SARS-CoV2. During the COVID-19 pandemic, distancing was a recommendation or a requirement... Read More about Interventions to promote physical distancing behaviour during infectious disease pandemics or epidemics: A systematic review.

The use of “art” as a resource in recovery from the impact of sexual abuse in childhood: A qualitative systematic review (2022)
Journal Article
Rouse, A., Jenkinson, E., & Warner, C. (in press). The use of “art” as a resource in recovery from the impact of sexual abuse in childhood: A qualitative systematic review. Arts and Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, https://doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2022.2034900

Background: A qualitative systematic review was undertaken to identify the therapeutic impact of arts-based activities as experienced by adults sexually abused in childhood. Methods: Sixteen studies, identified through a systematic search protocol, w... Read More about The use of “art” as a resource in recovery from the impact of sexual abuse in childhood: A qualitative systematic review.

“It’s been ugly”: A large-scale qualitative study into the difficulties frontline doctors faced across two waves of the COVID-19 pandemic (2021)
Journal Article
Harris, S., Jenkinson, E., Carlton, E., Roberts, T., & Daniels, J. (2021). “It’s been ugly”: A large-scale qualitative study into the difficulties frontline doctors faced across two waves of the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(24), Article 13067. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph182413067

This study aimed to gain an uncensored insight into the most difficult aspects of working as a frontline doctor across successive COVID-19 pandemic waves. Data collected by the parent study (CERA) was analysed using conventional content analysis. Par... Read More about “It’s been ugly”: A large-scale qualitative study into the difficulties frontline doctors faced across two waves of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Neurocognitive function following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A systematic review (2021)
Journal Article
Zook, N., Voss, S., Blennow Nordstrom, E., Brett, S. J., Jenkinson, E., Shaw, P., …Benger, J. (2022). Neurocognitive function following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A systematic review. Resuscitation, 170, 238-246. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resuscitation.2021.10.005

Objectives: The primary aim of this review was to investigate neurocognitive outcomes following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). Specifically, the focus was on identifying the different neurocognitive domains that are assessed, the measures use... Read More about Neurocognitive function following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A systematic review.

Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery (2021)
Journal Article
Richards, H., Jenkinson, E., White, P., & Harrad, R. (2021). Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery. Eye, 36, 1651–1655. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-021-01685-w

Background: Ptosis may result in increased anxiety, appearance-related distress and social avoidance, and impacts visual function. Previous work demonstrates the benefits of ptosis surgery for health-related quality of life, but there is a paucity of... Read More about Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery.

“Nobody can fail at it, everybody succeeds”: Perceived processes of change following attendance at an arts on prescription programme (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Holt, N., Elliot, C., & Jenkinson, E. (2021). “Nobody can fail at it, everybody succeeds”: Perceived processes of change following attendance at an arts on prescription programme. In N. Daykin, & A. Coulter (Eds.), Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference 2021 CHW21 Research Proceedings (66-68)

Introduction As the delivery of social prescribing schemes is increasing nationally (NHS England, 2019; Fixsen & Polley, 2019), evaluation of their impact and efficacy is pressing: quantitative, qualitative and econometric (Public Health England, 20... Read More about “Nobody can fail at it, everybody succeeds”: Perceived processes of change following attendance at an arts on prescription programme.

A mixed-methods evaluation of the longitudinal impact of arts on prescription (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Zalantai, B., Holt, . . N., Chase, M., & Jenkinson, E. (2021). A mixed-methods evaluation of the longitudinal impact of arts on prescription. In N. Daykin, & A. Coulter (Eds.), Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference 2021 CHW21 Research Proceedings (153-155)

Introduction Art on prescription is one pathway in social prescribing schemes that involves referral by health workers to visual arts programmes, for individuals experiencing social isolation and low to moderate levels of stress, anxiety and depres... Read More about A mixed-methods evaluation of the longitudinal impact of arts on prescription.

“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.

A rapid systematic review of public responses to health messages encouraging vaccination against infectious diseases in a pandemic or epidemic (2021)
Journal Article
Lawes-Wickwar, S., Ghio, D., Tang, M. Y., Keyworth, C., Stanescu, S., Westbrook, J., …Epton, T. (2021). A rapid systematic review of public responses to health messages encouraging vaccination against infectious diseases in a pandemic or epidemic. Vaccines, 9(2), 1-26. https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines9020072

Public health teams need to understand how the public responds to vaccination messages in a pandemic or epidemic to inform successful campaigns encouraging the uptake of new vaccines as they become available. A rapid systematic review was performed b... Read More about A rapid systematic review of public responses to health messages encouraging vaccination against infectious diseases in a pandemic or epidemic.

Covid-19 public health roadmap: Alcohol consumption (2020)
Report
Shorter, G., Knowles, N., Abdin, S., Jenkinson, E., Armitage, C., Epton, T., …Behavioural Science and Disease Prevention, T. (2020). Covid-19 public health roadmap: Alcohol consumption. British Psychological Society

Covid-19 public health roadmap: Stopping smoking (2020)
Report
Knowles, N., Chater, A., Lewis, L., Jenkinson, E., Byrne-Davis, L., Hart, J., …Behavioural Science and Disease Prevention, T. (2020). Covid-19 public health roadmap: Stopping smoking. British Psychological Society

Covid-19 public health roadmap: Sleep hygiene (2020)
Report
Jenkinson, E., Ellis, J., Chater, A., Whittaker, E., Hart, J., Byrne-Davis, L., …Shorter, G. (2020). Covid-19 public health roadmap: Sleep hygiene. British Psychological Society

Living with Moebius syndrome (2020)
Journal Article
Jenkinson, E., Bogart, K., Hamlet, C., & Davies, L. (2020). Living with Moebius syndrome. Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, 9(6), 233-237. https://doi.org/10.12968/joan.2020.9.6.233

Moebius syndrome is a congenital neurological disorder that impacts facial expression, communication and appearance. In this article, the authors will discuss the psychological and social impacts of living with this rare form of facial palsy. Existin... Read More about Living with Moebius syndrome.

Experiences of living with visible difference: Individual and social reflections (2019)
Journal Article
Sharratt, N. D., Jenkinson, E., Moss, T., Clarke, A., & Rumsey, N. (2019). Experiences of living with visible difference: Individual and social reflections. Health Psychology Update, 28(2),

Many health conditions impact upon an individual’s appearance and result in an altered appearance (“visible difference”). The presence of visible difference is associated with a variety of psychosocial difficulties and challenges, yet calls for an i... Read More about Experiences of living with visible difference: Individual and social reflections.

Postcards from researchers (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Holt, N. J., Jenkinson, E., & Clarke, V. (2019, July). Postcards from researchers. Presented at Exploring the potential for creative and arts-based methods for applied psychological research, UWE, Bristol

A workshop, drawing on guerrilla kindness craftivism, to share inspiration and research ideas gained from the BPS creative methods seminar.

Lived experience of Silver-Russell syndrome: Implications for management during childhood and into adulthood (2019)
Journal Article
Ballard, L. M., Jenkinson, E., Byrne, C. D., Child, J. C., Davies, J. H., Inskip, H., …Fenwick, A. (2019). Lived experience of Silver-Russell syndrome: Implications for management during childhood and into adulthood. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 104(1), 76-82. https://doi.org/10.1136/archdischild-2018-314952

© Article author(s) (or their employer(s) unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2019. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted. Objective There is limited information on the psychosocial imp... Read More about Lived experience of Silver-Russell syndrome: Implications for management during childhood and into adulthood.

Living with alopecia areata: An online qualitative survey study (2018)
Journal Article
Davey, L., Clarke, V., & Jenkinson, E. (2019). Living with alopecia areata: An online qualitative survey study. British Journal of Dermatology, 180(6), 1377-1389. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjd.17463

© 2018 British Association of Dermatologists Background: Living with alopecia areata (AA) totalis and universalis (collectively referred to here as AA) involves unpredictable, sometimes rapid hair loss. There is currently no effective treatment and p... Read More about Living with alopecia areata: An online qualitative survey study.

Initial validation of the CAR Romantic Relationships and Intimacy Scale (CARRIS) (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Sharratt, N., Moss, T., Jenkinson, E., Clarke, A., & Rumsey, N. (2018, September). Initial validation of the CAR Romantic Relationships and Intimacy Scale (CARRIS). Paper presented at The British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Newscastle, England

Objectives: Whilst participants with an appearance altering condition have expressed distress and anxiety in relation to their capacity to engage in romantic relationships, there exists no measure of the effect of visible difference upon this domain.... Read More about Initial validation of the CAR Romantic Relationships and Intimacy Scale (CARRIS).

Understandings and experiences of visible difference and romantic relationships: A qualitative exploration (2018)
Journal Article
Sharratt, N. D., Jenkinson, E., Moss, T., Clarke, A., & Rumsey, N. (2018). Understandings and experiences of visible difference and romantic relationships: A qualitative exploration. Body Image, 27, 32-42. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bodyim.2018.08.002

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd The association between disfigurement (‘visible difference’) and romantic relationships has received relatively little consideration in the research literature. This qualitative research, conducted in the United Kingdom, explored... Read More about Understandings and experiences of visible difference and romantic relationships: A qualitative exploration.

Development and initial validation of the CAR romantic relationships and intimacy scale (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Sharratt, N., Moss, T., Jenkinson, E., Clarke, A., & Rumsey, N. (2018, June). Development and initial validation of the CAR romantic relationships and intimacy scale. Paper presented at Appearance Matters 8, Bath, UK

Whilst participants with a disfiguring or appearance altering condition have expressed distress, fear, and anxiety in relation to their capacity to engage in physical intimacy and romantic relationships, there exists no measure of the perceived impac... Read More about Development and initial validation of the CAR romantic relationships and intimacy scale.