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Computation-effective structural performance assessment using Gaussian Process-based finite element model updating and reliability analysis (2020)
Journal Article
Moravej, H., Chan, T. H. T., Jesus, A., & Nguyen, K. (in press). Computation-effective structural performance assessment using Gaussian Process-based finite element model updating and reliability analysis. International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, https://doi.org/10.1142/s0219455420420031

Structural health monitoring data has been widely acknowledged as a significant source for evaluating the performance and health conditions of structures. However, a holistic framework that efficiently incorporates monitored d... Read More about Computation-effective structural performance assessment using Gaussian Process-based finite element model updating and reliability analysis.

There and Back Again: The Practicality of GPU Accelerated Digital Audio (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Renney, H., Gaster, B. R., & Mitchell, T. J. (2020, July). There and Back Again: The Practicality of GPU Accelerated Digital Audio. Paper presented at NIME’20: Proceedings of the 20th New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Online

General-Purpose GPU computing is becoming an increas-ingly viable option for acceleration, including in the audiodomain. Although it can improve performance, the intrin-sic nature of a device like the GPU involves data transfersand execution commands... Read More about There and Back Again: The Practicality of GPU Accelerated Digital Audio.

Racialised professionals’ experiences of selective incivility in organisations: A multi-level analysis of subtle racism (2020)
Journal Article
Ozturk, M. B., & Berber, A. (in press). Racialised professionals’ experiences of selective incivility in organisations: A multi-level analysis of subtle racism. Human Relations,

This article explores how racialised professionals experience selective incivility in UK organisations. Analysing 22 in-depth, semi-structured interviews, we provide multi-level findings that relate to individual, organisational and societal phenomen... Read More about Racialised professionals’ experiences of selective incivility in organisations: A multi-level analysis of subtle racism.

Exploring young people's interpretations of female genital mutilation in the UK using a community-based participatory research approach (2020)
Journal Article
Ali, S., de Viggiani, N., Abzhaparova, A., Salmon, D., & Gray, S. (2020). Exploring young people's interpretations of female genital mutilation in the UK using a community-based participatory research approach. BMC Public Health, 20, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09183-6

BACKGROUND: Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a deeply-rooted cultural practice mainly undertaken in Africa, the Middle East and Asian countries. Evidence to date suggests that although first-generation migrants to the West are abandoning FGM, the c... Read More about Exploring young people's interpretations of female genital mutilation in the UK using a community-based participatory research approach.

Draw of a Drawing (2020)
Book Chapter
Banou, S. (in press). Draw of a Drawing. In D. Hallama, R. Liptau, A. K. Hougaard, G. Lidia, S. Ammon, C. Rikke Lyngsø, & E. Drach (Eds.), Artefakte des Entwerfens (182-191). Berlin: Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin

Draw of a Drawing is a transcription of the installation Kaleidoscopic City (a survey of Edinburgh focused on the transitory elements of the urban). As such it marks the moment that the elements of the survey are projected upon a single surface. Und... Read More about Draw of a Drawing.

Integrated supply–demand energy management for optimal design of off-grid hybrid renewable energy systems for residential electrification in arid climates (2020)
Journal Article
Mokhtara, C., Negrou, B., Bouferrouk, A., Yao, Y., Settou, N., & Ramadan, M. (2020). Integrated supply–demand energy management for optimal design of off-grid hybrid renewable energy systems for residential electrification in arid climates. Energy Conversion and Management, 221, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2020.113192

The growing research interest in hybrid renewable energy systems (HRESs) has been regarded as a natural and yet critical response to address the challenge of rural electrification. Based on a Bibliometric analysis performed by authors, it was conclud... Read More about Integrated supply–demand energy management for optimal design of off-grid hybrid renewable energy systems for residential electrification in arid climates.

Deep learning model for demolition waste prediction in a circular economy (2020)
Journal Article
Akanbi, L. A., Oyedele, A. O., Oyedele, L. O., & Salami, R. O. (2020). Deep learning model for demolition waste prediction in a circular economy. Journal of Cleaner Production, 274, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.122843

An essential requirement for a successful circular economy is the continuous use of materials. Planning for building materials reuse at the end-of-life of buildings is usually a difficult task because limited time are usually made available for build... Read More about Deep learning model for demolition waste prediction in a circular economy.

Power crafting at work: A phenomenological study on individual differences (2020)
Journal Article
Berber, A., & Acar, A. G. (in press). Power crafting at work: A phenomenological study on individual differences. Human Relations, https://doi.org/10.1177/0018726720942828

What does having power mean, not for, but to an individual at work? In this paper, we focus on the individual’s concerns and experiences in the work setting and discuss how individuals conceptualise and construct their own power at work. This perspec... Read More about Power crafting at work: A phenomenological study on individual differences.

The effectiveness of conservative interventions for the management of syndromic hypermobility: A systematic literature review (2020)
Journal Article
Palmer, S., Davey, I., Oliver, L., Preece, A., Sowerby, L., & House, S. (in press). The effectiveness of conservative interventions for the management of syndromic hypermobility: A systematic literature review. Clinical Rheumatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10067-020-05284-0

Introduction: ‘Syndromic hypermobility’ encompasses heritable connective tissue disorders such as hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and hypermobility spectrum disorders which are characterised by excessive joint range of motion and pain. Conservativ... Read More about The effectiveness of conservative interventions for the management of syndromic hypermobility: A systematic literature review.

Embedding Academic Skills At UWE Bristol (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Peters, M., & Sebire, L. (2020, July). Embedding Academic Skills At UWE Bristol. Paper presented at ARLIS (Art Libraries Society), Glasgow

Presentation delivered by Morwenna Peters and Ludovik Sebire at ARLIS Conference 2019. Outlines what UWE librarians deliver to support the development of students' academic literacy with examples; the benefits and challenges of this role and futu... Read More about Embedding Academic Skills At UWE Bristol.

Measuring the heavens (2020)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2020). Measuring the heavens. Printmaking Today, 29(114), 22-23

Article exploring Kate Bernstein’s artist’s book tribute to astronomers, libraries and printers.

Care goes underground: Thinking through relations of care in the maintenance and repair of urban water infrastructures (2020)
Journal Article
Buser, M., & Boyer, K. (in press). Care goes underground: Thinking through relations of care in the maintenance and repair of urban water infrastructures. cultural geographies, https://doi.org/10.1177/1474474020942796

This paper extends understanding of the underground city and the workings of the urban backstage through a critical analysis of water infrastructure maintenance and repair. It is based on analysis of ethnographic work undertaken with water maintenanc... Read More about Care goes underground: Thinking through relations of care in the maintenance and repair of urban water infrastructures.

Body image concerns and psychological wellbeing among injured combat veterans with scars and limb loss: A review of the literature (2020)
Journal Article
Keeling, M., Williamson, H., Williams, V., Kiff, J., & Harcourt, D. (in press). Body image concerns and psychological wellbeing among injured combat veterans with scars and limb loss: A review of the literature. Military Behavioral Health, https://doi.org/10.1080/21635781.2020.1792013

A narrative literature review aimed to determine the nature and prevalence of body image and psychosocial concerns and associated support needs among veterans with combat-related appearance-altering injuries. A systematic approach to a narrative revi... Read More about Body image concerns and psychological wellbeing among injured combat veterans with scars and limb loss: A review of the literature.

Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists (2020)
Book
Presence, S., Wayne, M., & Newsinger, J. (Eds.). (2020). Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists. London: Routledge

Comprising essays from some of the leading scholars and practitioners in the field, this is the first book to investigate twenty-first-century radical film practices across production, distribution and exhibition at a global level. This book explo... Read More about Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists.

A multi agent-based approach for energy efficient water resource management (2020)
Journal Article
Aydin, M. E., & Keles, R. (in press). A multi agent-based approach for energy efficient water resource management. Computers and Industrial Engineering,

Water supply remains one of globally recognised challenging problems due to the scarcity in the water sources, the environmental concerns and hardness in access to clean and fresh water. Besides, energy consumption is also under focus as much as acce... Read More about A multi agent-based approach for energy efficient water resource management.

Promoting engagement in physical activity in early rheumatoid arthritis: A proof‐of‐concept intervention study (2020)
Journal Article
Cramp, F., Thomas, R., Haase, A. M., Domaille, M., Manns, S., Swales, C., …Walsh, N. E. (in press). Promoting engagement in physical activity in early rheumatoid arthritis: A proof‐of‐concept intervention study. Musculoskeletal Care, https://doi.org/10.1002/msc.1493

Objective(s): The aim of this study is to test the feasibility and acceptability of promoting engagement in physical activity in early rheumatoid arthritis (PEPA-RA) to inform a future trial. Design: A ‘proof of concept’ study was carried out. Sett... Read More about Promoting engagement in physical activity in early rheumatoid arthritis: A proof‐of‐concept intervention study.

Towards evidence based psychosocial interventions to support workers in reducing the health and wellbeing impacts of working shifts (2020)
Thesis
Hazleton, S. Towards evidence based psychosocial interventions to support workers in reducing the health and wellbeing impacts of working shifts. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/4598084

Shift work is becoming more prevalent as a working pattern, with current literature suggesting that working shifts may negatively impact on many aspects of health and wellbeing. Following requests from organisations for public health support in this... Read More about Towards evidence based psychosocial interventions to support workers in reducing the health and wellbeing impacts of working shifts.

Fenofibrate toxicity and impact on clinical biomarkers in patients with dyslipidaemia (2020)
Thesis
Fombon, I. Fenofibrate toxicity and impact on clinical biomarkers in patients with dyslipidaemia. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/3829730

Introduction and aims: Fenofibrate is the most widely used fibric acid derivative for managing mixed dyslipidaemia, characterised by elevated levels of cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL cholesterol and low levels of HDL cholesterol. Fenofibrate is a... Read More about Fenofibrate toxicity and impact on clinical biomarkers in patients with dyslipidaemia.

International practice patterns of antibiotic therapy and laboratory testing in bronchiolitis (2020)
Journal Article
Zipursky, A., Kuppermann, N., Finkelstein, Y., Zemek, R., Plint, A. C., Babl, F. E., …Schuh, S. (2020). International practice patterns of antibiotic therapy and laboratory testing in bronchiolitis. Pediatrics, 146(2), https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2019-3684

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: International patterns of antibiotic use and laboratory testing in bronchiolitis in emergency departments are unknown. Our objective is to evaluate variation in the use of antibiotics and nonindicated tests in infants with... Read More about International practice patterns of antibiotic therapy and laboratory testing in bronchiolitis.

Autistic subjectivities: A critical narrative analysis of the stories of women who self-identified as autistic in adulthood (2020)
Thesis
Pearse, J. Autistic subjectivities: A critical narrative analysis of the stories of women who self-identified as autistic in adulthood. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/5382733

Until recently, autism was assumed to be a predominantly male phenomenon, but a growing number of women are now identifying as autistic in adulthood after many years of unexplained difficulties in their everyday lives. The findings of the few studies... Read More about Autistic subjectivities: A critical narrative analysis of the stories of women who self-identified as autistic in adulthood.


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