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Dynamic technique analysis of the female equestrian rider (2021)
Thesis
Wilkins, C. Dynamic technique analysis of the female equestrian rider. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/7033828

Equestrian dressage is the ultimate test of the rider’s ability to train the horse. The aim of this thesis was to present several methods to analyse the dynamic technique of dressage riders and horse-rider coordination. Competitive dressage riders we... Read More about Dynamic technique analysis of the female equestrian rider.

Considerations and priorities for incorporating the patient perspective on remission in Rheumatoid Arthritis: An OMERACT 2020 Special Interest Group report (2021)
Journal Article
Jones, B., Flurey, C. A., Proudman, S., Ferreira, R. J. O., Voshaar, M., Hoogland, W., …Boers, M. (in press). Considerations and priorities for incorporating the patient perspective on remission in Rheumatoid Arthritis: An OMERACT 2020 Special Interest Group report. Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.semarthrit.2021.07.010

Objective: To determine how best to incorporate the patient perspective into rheumatoid arthritis remission criteria. Methods: At OMERACT 2020, several studies, including a longitudinal multi-centre study testing the validity of adding patient-val... Read More about Considerations and priorities for incorporating the patient perspective on remission in Rheumatoid Arthritis: An OMERACT 2020 Special Interest Group report.

Assessing the environmental impacts of agrifood production (2021)
Journal Article
Jirapornvaree, I., Suppadit, T., & Kumar, V. (in press). Assessing the environmental impacts of agrifood production. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10098-021-02153-5

Agriculture, Forestry, and other land use approximately contribute to 24 percent of 2010 global Greenhouse Gas (GHGs) emissions. This study, therefore, focuses on assessing the environmental impacts of jasmine rice production. The Life Cycle Assessme... Read More about Assessing the environmental impacts of agrifood production.

It’s like bisexuality, but it isn’t: Pansexual and panromantic people’s understandings of their identities and experiences of becoming educated about gender and sexuality (2021)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., & Karolína, K. (in press). It’s like bisexuality, but it isn’t: Pansexual and panromantic people’s understandings of their identities and experiences of becoming educated about gender and sexuality. Journal of Bisexuality, https://doi.org/10.1080/15299716.2021.1911015

In this paper, we report on our survey research which sought to explore how pansexual and panromantic people experience and understand their identities. Eighty participants, mainly in the U.K., were recruited via social media and internet forums. The... Read More about It’s like bisexuality, but it isn’t: Pansexual and panromantic people’s understandings of their identities and experiences of becoming educated about gender and sexuality.

Atmospheric ammonia and nitrogen deposition on Irish Natura 2000 sites: Implications for Irish agriculture (2021)
Journal Article
Kelleghan, D., Hayes, E., Everard, M., Keating, P., Lesniak-Podsiadlo, A., & Curran, T. (2021). Atmospheric ammonia and nitrogen deposition on Irish Natura 2000 sites: Implications for Irish agriculture. Atmospheric Environment, 261, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2021.118611

With growing global demand for food, the agriculture sector worldwide is under pressure to intensify and expand, risking acceleration of negative biodiversity impacts. Agriculture is the dominant source of ammonia (NH3) emissions, which can impact bi... Read More about Atmospheric ammonia and nitrogen deposition on Irish Natura 2000 sites: Implications for Irish agriculture.

On stimulating fungi Pleurotus ostreatus with hydrocortisone (2021)
Journal Article
Dehshibi, M. M., Chiolerio, A., Nikolaidou, A., Mayne, R., Gandia, A., Ashtari, M., & Adamatzky, A. (in press). On stimulating fungi Pleurotus ostreatus with hydrocortisone. ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering,

Fungi cells can sense extracellular signals via reception, transduction, and response mechanisms, allowing them to communicate with their host and adapt to their environment. They feature effective regulatory protein expressions that enhance and regu... Read More about On stimulating fungi Pleurotus ostreatus with hydrocortisone.

Bridging in vitro and in vivo testing: The utilisation of a novel in vitro three-dimensional model of human bone marrow for toxicity and genotoxicity testing (2021)
Thesis
Vernon, A. Bridging in vitro and in vivo testing: The utilisation of a novel in vitro three-dimensional model of human bone marrow for toxicity and genotoxicity testing. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/7043785

Genotoxicity testing is required for all new compounds utilising 2D assays, such as the in vitro micronucleus (MN) assay, before moving to in vivo assays such as the rodent bone marrow MN assay. Two-dimensional cell culture has traditionally been use... Read More about Bridging in vitro and in vivo testing: The utilisation of a novel in vitro three-dimensional model of human bone marrow for toxicity and genotoxicity testing.

Factors associated with psychological adjustment in adults with cleft lip and/or palate: Findings from a national survey in the United Kingdom (2021)
Journal Article
Costa, B., Stock, N. M., & Ardouin, K. (in press). Factors associated with psychological adjustment in adults with cleft lip and/or palate: Findings from a national survey in the United Kingdom. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/10556656211028494

Objectives: Research has identified adults born with cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) to be at risk of poorer psychological outcomes compared to the general population. This study investigated factors that may contribute to positive and negative adjust... Read More about Factors associated with psychological adjustment in adults with cleft lip and/or palate: Findings from a national survey in the United Kingdom.

Chatting round the fireside - transport tales from the pandemic (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Lyons, G. (2021, July). Chatting round the fireside - transport tales from the pandemic. Paper presented at 19th Annual Transport Practitioners Meeting, Online

On 23 April 2020, one month after the UK Prime Minister announced a national lockdown in response to COVID-19, PTRC hosted an online Fireside Chat to address the implications for transport of the pandemic. At a point when working (full-time) from hom... Read More about Chatting round the fireside - transport tales from the pandemic.

Oxygen is instrumental for biological signalling: An overview (2021)
Journal Article
Hancock, J. (in press). Oxygen is instrumental for biological signalling: An overview. Oxygen,

Control of cellular function is extremely complex, being reliant on a wide range of components. Several of these are small oxygen-based molecules. Although reactive compounds containing oxygen are usually harmful to cells when accumulated to relative... Read More about Oxygen is instrumental for biological signalling: An overview.

A lesser bigotry? The UK conservative evangelical response to Stephen Sizer's antisemitism (2021)
Journal Article
Mendelsohn, J., & Howard, B. N. (2021). A lesser bigotry? The UK conservative evangelical response to Stephen Sizer's antisemitism. Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism, 4(1), 37-72. https://doi.org/10.26613/jca.4.1.72

Jewish commentators frequently lament that antisemitism is seen as a "lesser bigotry" by those claiming to oppose racism. This article argues that the response of British conservative evangelical Christians to the antisemitic activity of Rev. Dr. Ste... Read More about A lesser bigotry? The UK conservative evangelical response to Stephen Sizer's antisemitism.

A processual account of organisational change: Focusing attention on interaction and emergence (2021)
Thesis
McDermott, V. F. A processual account of organisational change: Focusing attention on interaction and emergence. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/1490879

This research proposes organisational change as unpredictable, uncontrollable and emergent, through the changing patterns of relating between participants. This contrasts with prescribed frameworks such as Six Sigma, which use a structured DMAIC (def... Read More about A processual account of organisational change: Focusing attention on interaction and emergence.

‘Speaking the data’: Renegotiating the digitally-mediated body through performative embodied praxis, sound and rhythmic affect (2021)
Journal Article
Hughes, K. L. (in press). ‘Speaking the data’: Renegotiating the digitally-mediated body through performative embodied praxis, sound and rhythmic affect. Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, https://doi.org/10.1177/15327086211027501

This article explores an alternative autoethnographic methodological approach, using embodied praxis and sound, for critically re-thinking contemporary subjective health practices of digital ‘self-tracking’; popularized in recent years through the ri... Read More about ‘Speaking the data’: Renegotiating the digitally-mediated body through performative embodied praxis, sound and rhythmic affect.

Who uses e-bikes in the UK and why? (2021)
Journal Article
Melia, S., & Bartle, C. (in press). Who uses e-bikes in the UK and why?. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation,

This article reports on the findings of a survey of 2,092 users and potential users of e-bikes in the UK. It analysed their characteristics, their motivations, journey purposes and the barriers they perceive to the wider use of e-bikes. It compared... Read More about Who uses e-bikes in the UK and why?.

Can the Green New Deal explicitly incorporate degrowth without losing its popular potential? (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Bell, K. (2021, July). Can the Green New Deal explicitly incorporate degrowth without losing its popular potential?. Paper presented at International Society for Ecological Economics and the European Society for Ecological Economics - Building Alternative Livelihoods in times of ecological and political crisis, Online (University of Manchester)

Reflections from the field (mountain, cityscape and park): Walking for management development and links to being-in-the world, belonging and ‘Ba’ (2021)
Journal Article
Turner, A., Edwards, G., Latham, C., & Shortt, H. (in press). Reflections from the field (mountain, cityscape and park): Walking for management development and links to being-in-the world, belonging and ‘Ba’. Journal of Management Development, https://doi.org/10.1108/JMD-11-2020-0362

Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper, based on reflections from practice, is to shed light on the realities of using walking as a tool for learning and development. We do this through an initial analysis of longitudinal reflective data spann... Read More about Reflections from the field (mountain, cityscape and park): Walking for management development and links to being-in-the world, belonging and ‘Ba’.

The craftsperson, tacit knowledge and digital embodiment (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C., Ho, W., & D'Agnano, F. (2021, July). The craftsperson, tacit knowledge and digital embodiment. Presented at EVA, London

We are increasingly living in a world of digital interfaces, computer screens for work, VR headsets for entertainment, displays in cars and on coffee machines. Computers, robotics and AI are beginning to present new ways and possibilities that can fo... Read More about The craftsperson, tacit knowledge and digital embodiment.

Propofol detection for monitoring of intravenous anaesthesia: A review (2021)
Journal Article
Ferrier, D., Kiely, J., & Luxton, R. (in press). Propofol detection for monitoring of intravenous anaesthesia: A review. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10877-021-00738-5

This paper presents a review of established and emerging methods for detecting and quantifying the intravenous anaesthetic propofol in solution. There is growing evidence of numerous advantages of total intravenous anaesthesia using propofol compared... Read More about Propofol detection for monitoring of intravenous anaesthesia: A review.

The development of the C-PAT: A concise tool to assess the quality of care in the cystectomy pathway (2021)
Journal Article
Uren, A., Cotterill, N., Abrams, P., Catto, J., Patel, B., McGrath, J., …Rowe, E. (in press). The development of the C-PAT: A concise tool to assess the quality of care in the cystectomy pathway. BJU International,

Objectives To develop and test the psychometric properties of a concise, patient reported questionnaire, designed to assess key aspects of the radical cystectomy (RC) patient pathway that are important to both patients and clinicians. Subjects/Pat... Read More about The development of the C-PAT: A concise tool to assess the quality of care in the cystectomy pathway.

Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery (2021)
Journal Article
Richards, H., Jenkinson, E., White, P., & Harrad, R. (in press). Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery. Eye,

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 research co... Read More about Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery.