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Peoples’ experiences of painful diabetic neuropathy: A qualitative interview study (2021)
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McCabe, C., Cramp, F., Gauntlett-Gilbert, J., & Davies, B. (2021). Peoples’ experiences of painful diabetic neuropathy: A qualitative interview study. Pain and Rehabilitation, 50, 14-21

Objective Painful diabetic neuropathy (PDN) is a common complication of diabetes. This study explored the experience and impact of living with PDN. Design People with PDN were recruited through local NHS clinics and by national advertisement in di... Read More about Peoples’ experiences of painful diabetic neuropathy: A qualitative interview study.

The content of nostalgic memories among people living with dementia (May 2021) (2021)
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Ismail, S., dodd, E., gary christopher, , Wildschut, T., Sedikides, C., & Cheston, R. (in press). The content of nostalgic memories among people living with dementia (May 2021). International Journal of Aging and Human Development,

Although dementia may affect the reliability of autobiographical memories, the psychological properties of nostalgic memories may be preserved. We compared the content of nostalgic (n = 36) and ordinary (n = 31) narratives of 67 participants living w... Read More about The content of nostalgic memories among people living with dementia (May 2021).

Co-producing knowledge in health and social care research: Reflections on the challenges and ways to enable more equal relationships (2021)
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Andrews, H., Bagnall, D., Davies, R., Davies, P., Farr, M., & Brangan, E. (2021). Co-producing knowledge in health and social care research: Reflections on the challenges and ways to enable more equal relationships. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 8, https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-021-00782-1

Researchers are increasingly encouraged to co-produce research, involving members of the public, service users, policy makers and practitioners in more equal relationships throughout a research project. The sharing of power is often highlighted as a... Read More about Co-producing knowledge in health and social care research: Reflections on the challenges and ways to enable more equal relationships.

“They were aware of who I was as a person”: Patients’ and health professionals’ experiences of using the PEGASUS intervention to facilitate decision-making around breast reconstruction (2021)
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Tollow, P., Paraskeva, N., Clarke, A., White, P., Powell, J., Cox, D., & Harcourt, D. (in press). “They were aware of who I was as a person”: Patients’ and health professionals’ experiences of using the PEGASUS intervention to facilitate decision-making around breast reconstruction. European Journal of Cancer Care,

Objective: Many women choose to have breast reconstruction after mastectomy, however, decision-making can be difficult and expectations are often unmet. The PEGASUS intervention (Patient Expectations and Goals: Assisting Shared Understanding of Surge... Read More about “They were aware of who I was as a person”: Patients’ and health professionals’ experiences of using the PEGASUS intervention to facilitate decision-making around breast reconstruction.

‘You come back fighting. That's what gives you the drive to achieve’: The extraordinary psychological construction of the super-rich in entertainment documentaries (2021)
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Carr, P., Goodman, S., Jowett, A., & Abell, J. (in press). ‘You come back fighting. That's what gives you the drive to achieve’: The extraordinary psychological construction of the super-rich in entertainment documentaries. Discourse and Society, 32, https://doi.org/10.1177/09579265211013117

Inequality in society is legitimised through the 'meritocracy myth' and existing research claims that the affluence of the super-rich is the result of their superior traits. Discursive Social Psychology examines the ways in which psychological concep... Read More about ‘You come back fighting. That's what gives you the drive to achieve’: The extraordinary psychological construction of the super-rich in entertainment documentaries.

A set of efficient heuristics and meta-heuristics to solve a multi-objective pharmaceutical supply chain network (2021)
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Ghasemi, P., Goodarzian, F., & Kumar, V. (in press). A set of efficient heuristics and meta-heuristics to solve a multi-objective pharmaceutical supply chain network. Computers and Industrial Engineering,

In this paper, we propose a new multi-objective optimization approach for the pharmaceutical supply chain network (PSCN) design problem to minimize the total cost and the delivery time of pharmaceutical products to the hospital and pharmacy, while ma... Read More about A set of efficient heuristics and meta-heuristics to solve a multi-objective pharmaceutical supply chain network.

The quiet revolution in machine vision - A state-of-the-art survey paper, including historical review, perspectives, and future directions (2021)
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Smith, M., Smith, L., & Hansen, M. (in press). The quiet revolution in machine vision - A state-of-the-art survey paper, including historical review, perspectives, and future directions. Computers in Industry,

Abstract Over the past few years, what might not unreasonably be described as a true revolution has taken place in the field of machine vision, radically altering the way many things had previously been done and offering new and exciting opportuniti... Read More about The quiet revolution in machine vision - A state-of-the-art survey paper, including historical review, perspectives, and future directions.

Who is willing to share their AV? Insights about gender differences among seven countries (2021)
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Polydoropoulou, A., Tsouros, I., Thomopoulos, N., Pronello, C., Elvarsson, A., Sigþórsson, H., …Di Ciommo, F. (2021). Who is willing to share their AV? Insights about gender differences among seven countries. Sustainability, 13(9), https://doi.org/10.3390/su13094769

The introduction of shared autonomous vehicles into the transport system is suggested to bring significant impacts on traffic conditions, road safety and emissions, as well as overall reshaping travel behaviour. Compared with a private autonomous veh... Read More about Who is willing to share their AV? Insights about gender differences among seven countries.

Molecular hydrogen: Redox reactions and possible biological interactions (2021)
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Hancock, J. T., LeBaron, T. W., & Russell, G. (in press). Molecular hydrogen: Redox reactions and possible biological interactions. Reactive Oxygen Species,

Molecular hydrogen (H2), either as a gas or as hydrogen-rich water (HRW), is suggested to be a useful treatment for a range of human diseases and also to improve agricultural output. It is often posited that H2 accomplishes its biological action, in... Read More about Molecular hydrogen: Redox reactions and possible biological interactions.

State of post-injury first response systems in Nepal—A nationwide survey (2021)
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Banstola, A., Smart, G., Raut, R., Ghimire, K. P., Pant, P., Joshi, P., …Mytton, J. (in press). State of post-injury first response systems in Nepal—A nationwide survey. Frontiers in Public Health, 9, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2021.607127

Injuries account for 9.2% of all deaths and 9.9% of the total disability-adjusted life years in Nepal. To date, there has not been a systematic assessment of the status of first response systems in Nepal. An online survey was cascaded through governm... Read More about State of post-injury first response systems in Nepal—A nationwide survey.

Diverse teams researching diversity: Negotiating identity, place and embodiment in qualitative research (2021)
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Mathijssen, B., McNally, D., Dogra, S., Maddrell, A., Beebeejaun, Y., & McClymont, K. (in press). Diverse teams researching diversity: Negotiating identity, place and embodiment in qualitative research. Qualitative Research, https://doi.org/10.1177/14687941211006004

Fieldwork encounters are not only contingent to biographical subjectivities, but are mediated by a confluence of identity, place and embodiment. This paper offers reflexive accounts of researchers with various socio-cultural and disciplinary backgrou... Read More about Diverse teams researching diversity: Negotiating identity, place and embodiment in qualitative research.

Science-narrative explorations of ‘drought thresholds’ in the maritime Eden catchment, Scotland: Implications for local drought risk management (2021)
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McEwen, L. (2021). Science-narrative explorations of ‘drought thresholds’ in the maritime Eden catchment, Scotland: Implications for local drought risk management. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 9, https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2021.589980

Drought in the UK is a ‘hidden’ pervasive risk, defined and perceived in different ways by diverse stakeholders and sectors. Scientists and water managers distinguish meteorological, agricultural, hydrological, and socio-economic drought. Historicall... Read More about Science-narrative explorations of ‘drought thresholds’ in the maritime Eden catchment, Scotland: Implications for local drought risk management.

The prevention of‑ and first response to‑ injuries in Nepal: A review of policies and legislation (2021)
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Dharel, M. R., Dangi, A., Rai, W. B., Joshi, S. K., Pant, P. R., & Mytton, J. (2021). The prevention of‑ and first response to‑ injuries in Nepal: A review of policies and legislation. Health Research Policy and Systems, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-021-00686-1

Background: Injuries, the cause of an estimated 4.5 million deaths annually and many more disabilities worldwide each year, are the predictable outcome of particular circumstances. One of the most effective ways to prevent injuries is through policy... Read More about The prevention of‑ and first response to‑ injuries in Nepal: A review of policies and legislation.

"Have we done enough?" A cross-condition exploration of the experiences of parents caring for a child with an appearance-affecting condition or injury (2021)
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Thornton, M., Harcourt, D., Deave, T., Kiff, J., & Williamson, H. (in press). "Have we done enough?" A cross-condition exploration of the experiences of parents caring for a child with an appearance-affecting condition or injury. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, https://doi.org/10.1080/17518423.2021.1901150

Children and young people (CYP) with appearance-affecting conditions/injuries report common pervasive psychosocial difficulties, regardless of cause, nature or extent of their visible differences. Parents or carers can also experience psychosocial di... Read More about "Have we done enough?" A cross-condition exploration of the experiences of parents caring for a child with an appearance-affecting condition or injury.

Assessing the economic and environmental impact of jasmine rice production: Life cycle assessment and Life Cycle Costs analysis (2021)
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Jirapornvaree, I., Suppadit, T., & Kumar, V. (2021). Assessing the economic and environmental impact of jasmine rice production: Life cycle assessment and Life Cycle Costs analysis. Journal of Cleaner Production, 303, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.127079

Climate change is a threat to food security that has compelled government around the globe to adopt concrete measures to explore sustainable farming practices. This study, therefore, is focused on assessing the environmental and economic impacts of a... Read More about Assessing the economic and environmental impact of jasmine rice production: Life cycle assessment and Life Cycle Costs analysis.

Fuzzy tuned PID controller for envisioned agricultural manipulator (2021)
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Paul, S., Arunachalam, A., Andreasson, H., Khodadad, D., & Rubanenko, O. (in press). Fuzzy tuned PID controller for envisioned agricultural manipulator. International Journal of Automation and Computing, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11633-021-1280-5

The implementation of image-based phenotyping systems has become an important aspect of crop and plant science research which has shown tremendous growth over the years. Accurate determination of features using images requires stable imaging and very... Read More about Fuzzy tuned PID controller for envisioned agricultural manipulator.