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IP12 Advanced logistics for end-to-end collaboration and coordination (2022)
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Mahdjoubi, L. (2022). IP12 Advanced logistics for end-to-end collaboration and coordination

Infrastructure and construction projects are increasingly adopting off-site construction, and are becoming more competitive and collaborative, making well-timed delivery of off-site components/volumes essential. Logistics for off-site construction an... Read More about IP12 Advanced logistics for end-to-end collaboration and coordination.

IP5a standardisation and classification of project cost data (2022)
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Mahdjoubi, L. (2022). IP5a standardisation and classification of project cost data. UK: Living Lab

Benchmarking is a fundamental tool for improving performance in the delivery of transport infrastructure projects. The sector has seen a significant boost in funding in recent years, and there is an urgent need to use benchmarking to inform decision-... Read More about IP5a standardisation and classification of project cost data.

UWE Priority side road study observation and collisions (2022)
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Flower, J., Bolado Saenz, J., & Parkin, J. (2022). UWE Priority side road study observation and collisions. Road Safety Trust

This report summarises research undertaken by the Centre for Transport and Society at the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) in relation to the provision of priority footways across side road junctions as a means for providing enhanced... Read More about UWE Priority side road study observation and collisions.

Surviving to thriving: Impact of art interventions on the wellbeing of women who have experienced sexual violence (2022)
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Holt, N., Grace, P., & Halliwell, E. (2022). Surviving to thriving: Impact of art interventions on the wellbeing of women who have experienced sexual violence. One Story

This evaluation report describes a series of art workshops designed to support the wellbeing of people who have experienced sexual violence, run through Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS; www.sarsas.org.uk), led by socially enga... Read More about Surviving to thriving: Impact of art interventions on the wellbeing of women who have experienced sexual violence.

Leadership in global higher education: Findings from a scoping study (2022)
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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.

Strengthening networks for community-based action on 'good food': Short report (2022)
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Hills, S., Ismail, S., Beardmore, A., & Jones, M. (2022). Strengthening networks for community-based action on 'good food': Short report. Food for Life Get Togethers Programme

‘Food for Life Get Togethers’ are regular community activities that connect people from all ages and backgrounds through growing, cooking and eating good food. The programme seeks to support the aspirations of community food organisers of which an im... Read More about Strengthening networks for community-based action on 'good food': Short report.

Strengthening networks for community-based action on 'good food' (2022)
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Hills, S., Ismail, S., Beardmore, A., & Jones, M. (2022). Strengthening networks for community-based action on 'good food'. Food For Life: Get Togethers Programme

‘Food for Life Get Togethers’ are regular community activities that connect people from all ages and backgrounds through growing, cooking and eating good food. The programme seeks to support the aspirations of community food organisers of which an im... Read More about Strengthening networks for community-based action on 'good food'.

Art on referral: Remote delivery in primary and secondary care during the coronavirus pandemic (2022)
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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.

Future brief: COVID-19 and the environment: Links, impacts and lessons learned (2022)
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Shale, N., Jenner, N., & Bird, E. (2022). Future brief: COVID-19 and the environment: Links, impacts and lessons learned. Luxembourg: European Commission DG Environment

Introduction Since early 2020, the disease caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), known as COVID-19 (first detected at the end of 2019), has hit societies worldwide, unsparingly, causing massive impacts on people’... Read More about Future brief: COVID-19 and the environment: Links, impacts and lessons learned.

The impact of sibling sexual abuse on adults who were harmed as children (2022)
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McCartan, K., Anning, A., & Qureshi, E. (in press). The impact of sibling sexual abuse on adults who were harmed as children. Home Office & SARSAS

Sibling Sexual Abuse (SSA) is an under researched form of sexual abuse. It is believed to be the most common form of familial sexual abuse often lasting a prolonged period, with significant lifelong impacts for the victims/survivors (including, psych... Read More about The impact of sibling sexual abuse on adults who were harmed as children.

Making community-scale food systems more resilient: Reorienting consumption practices by supporting community-scale supply chain models (2022)
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Sanderson Bellamy, A. (2022). Making community-scale food systems more resilient: Reorienting consumption practices by supporting community-scale supply chain models. Global Food Security Programme

Food insecurity increased in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic due to affordability challenges with job loss and accessibility problems related to lockdowns and uneven food distribution. Community-scale organisations played a crucial role in provid... Read More about Making community-scale food systems more resilient: Reorienting consumption practices by supporting community-scale supply chain models.

Climate action hub: Empowering youth engagement project report (2022)
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Laggan, S., Davies, L., Fogg-Rogers, L., Portus, R., Adkins, D., & Williams, S. Climate action hub: Empowering youth engagement project report. UKRI HEIF

This report summarises the knowledge exchange activities of the CAH-OOT project: Climate Action Hub - empOwering yOuth engagemenT. This project, funded by a joint faculty award from the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF), enabled representatives... Read More about Climate action hub: Empowering youth engagement project report.

Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK (2022)
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Collings, S., Chatterjee, K., & Cope, A. (2022). Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK. Bristol: UWE Bristol

Between the ages of 16 and 24, young people experience a succession of life changes. During this time, transport plays an important role in helping young people to connect to new experiences, to become independent and to develop their identify. Howev... Read More about Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK.

Systems change for multiple complex needs: A practical tool (2022)
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Bolden, R., Isaac, B., Pawson, C., & Gasper, R. (2022). Systems change for multiple complex needs: A practical tool. Bristol: Golden Key

This tool is intended to be used by anyone who is developing or running a systems change activity or project for people with multiple complex needs. We encourage you to use the tool to identify practical actions in seven key areas which can improve t... Read More about Systems change for multiple complex needs: A practical tool.

Golden key local evaluation - Phase 5 final report (2022)
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Isaac, B., Pawson, C., Bolden, R., Warren, S., Buser, M., & Anning, A. (2022). Golden key local evaluation - Phase 5 final report. Bristol: Golden Key

This final local evaluation report marks the culmination of an intensive eight-years following the work of Golden Key (GK) to transform services for people in Bristol with severe and multiple disadvantage. Previous phases of the local evaluation hav... Read More about Golden key local evaluation - Phase 5 final report.

An inquiry into de/colonising educational relationships in higher education : An inquiry report (2022)
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Richards, M., Fatmakhanu (fatima) Pirbhai-Illich, Fran Martin, Willow Iorga, & Mustafee, R. (2022). An inquiry into de/colonising educational relationships in higher education : An inquiry report. University of Exeter (UK) and University of Regina (Canada)

This document reports on an 18 month inquiry into "de/colonising educational relationships in higher education" an element of which was a seminar series run for faculty, administrative staff and doctoral students at the University of Exeter. We led... Read More about An inquiry into de/colonising educational relationships in higher education : An inquiry report.