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The impact of COVID 19 on GCC construction industry (2022)
Journal Article
Umar, T. (2022). The impact of COVID 19 on GCC construction industry. International Journal of Service Science, Management, Engineering, and Technology, 13(2), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.4018/IJSSMET.20220301.oa1

The Coronavirus pandemic has badly affected everyone on the earth. Apart from losing thousands of lives, businesses and individuals are going to be affected by the long-lasting financial effects due to an expected global recession. The impact of the... Read More about The impact of COVID 19 on GCC construction industry.

Salutogenesis in Prison (2022)
Book Chapter
Woodall, J., De Viggiani, N., & South, J. (2022). Salutogenesis in Prison. In The Handbook of Salutogenesis. (2nd). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-79515-3

There is an increasing shift in prison health discourse towards a more salutogenic view of health. This implies conceptualising “prison health” as a systemic issue that considers how prison regimes and environments are health creating and health enha... Read More about Salutogenesis in Prison.

The Artisan Brand. Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Contemporary Craft Economies (2022)
Book
Mulholland, J. (in press). M. Massi, & A. Ricci (Eds.). The Artisan Brand. Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Contemporary Craft Economies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing

Investigating the changing forms and dynamics of the artisanal and craft sector, this timely book considers the opportunities, challenges and uncertainties associated with artisanal businesses in new economic times. An international range of case stu... Read More about The Artisan Brand. Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Contemporary Craft Economies.

“I identified as a rugby player…now I’m a Dad”: Fathers’ experiences of physical activity in the postnatal period (2022)
Thesis
Holley, S. “I identified as a rugby player…now I’m a Dad”: Fathers’ experiences of physical activity in the postnatal period. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9013027

Abstract Background: Fatherhood is a significant life event that has the potential to impact fathers’ wellbeing and mental health. However, fathers’ experiences have been largely neglected in research and there remains a lack of awareness of pater... Read More about “I identified as a rugby player…now I’m a Dad”: Fathers’ experiences of physical activity in the postnatal period.

Neurodivergent defendants & the poor lawyer: How might defence lawyers adapt to their clients’ needs? (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, T. (2022, June). Neurodivergent defendants & the poor lawyer: How might defence lawyers adapt to their clients’ needs?

Poor lawyering is arguably, at its core, a failure to be a good lawyer. One method of measuring ‘good’ lawyering is to assess how effectively lawyers discharge their professional duties (for example, acting in the best interests of a client). Whilst... Read More about Neurodivergent defendants & the poor lawyer: How might defence lawyers adapt to their clients’ needs?.

Professional perspectives on impacts, benefits and disadvantages of changes made to Community Continence Services during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the EPICCC-19 national survey (2022)
Journal Article
Palmer, C., Richardson, D., Rayner, J., Drake, M. J., & Cotterill, N. (2022). Professional perspectives on impacts, benefits and disadvantages of changes made to Community Continence Services during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the EPICCC-19 national survey. BMC Health Services Research, 22(1), 783. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-022-08163-3

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic required changes to the organisation and delivery of NHS community continence services which assess and treat adults and children experiencing bladder and bowel difficulties. Although strong evidence exists for the p... Read More about Professional perspectives on impacts, benefits and disadvantages of changes made to Community Continence Services during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the EPICCC-19 national survey.

Effect of inpatient rehabilitation treatment ingredients on functioning, quality of life, length of stay, discharge destination, and mortality among older adults with unplanned admission: An overview review (2022)
Journal Article
Lambe, K., Guerra, S., Salazar de Pablo, G., Ayis, S., Cameron, I., Foster, N., …Sheehan, K. (2022). Effect of inpatient rehabilitation treatment ingredients on functioning, quality of life, length of stay, discharge destination, and mortality among older adults with unplanned admission: An overview review. BMC Geriatrics, 22, Article 501. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-022-03169-2

Assessing acceptability and identifying barriers and facilitators to implementation of the EULAR recommendations for patient education in inflammatory arthritis: a mixed-methods study with rheumatology professionals in 23 European and Asian countries (2022)
Journal Article
Bennett, S., Zangi, H. A., Larsson, I., Beauvais, C., Boström, C., Domján, A., …Ndosi, M. (in press). Assessing acceptability and identifying barriers and facilitators to implementation of the EULAR recommendations for patient education in inflammatory arthritis: a mixed-methods study with rheumatology professionals in 23 European and Asian countries. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, -. https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2022-222253

Objectives: To disseminate and assess the level of acceptability and applicability of the EULAR recommendations for patient education among rheumatology professionals across Europe and 3 Asian countries, and identify potential barriers and facilitato... Read More about Assessing acceptability and identifying barriers and facilitators to implementation of the EULAR recommendations for patient education in inflammatory arthritis: a mixed-methods study with rheumatology professionals in 23 European and Asian countries.

Medium term results of the cementless Oxford mobile bearing medial unicompartmental knee replacement (2022)
Journal Article
Manara, J. R., Group, T. B. K., White, P., Bray, R., Davies, H., Eldridge, J., …Murray, J. (in press). Medium term results of the cementless Oxford mobile bearing medial unicompartmental knee replacement. European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00590-022-03289-w

Abstract Background Medial Unicompartmental Knee Replacement (UKR) has well-documented benefits over Total Knee Replace- ment in the treatment of anteromedial osteoarthritis of the knee. There has been an increasing move from cemented to cementl... Read More about Medium term results of the cementless Oxford mobile bearing medial unicompartmental knee replacement.

Primary pathways: Elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest (2022)
Journal Article
Edmonds, J., Lewis, F., & Fogg Rogers, L. (in press). Primary pathways: Elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest. International Journal of Science Education, Part B: Communication and Public Engagement, https://doi.org/10.1080/21548455.2022.2067906

Across Europe, there is concern about the number and diversity of pupils taking study routes leading to Engineering. There is growing evidence that these career choices begin to form at elementary school age (Moote et al., 2020). Science, maths and d... Read More about Primary pathways: Elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest.

The use of mechanical insufflation-exsufflation in invasively ventilated critically ill adults (2022)
Journal Article
Swingwood, E. L., Stilma, W., Tume, L. N., Cramp, F., Voss, S., Bewley, J., …Rose, L. (in press). The use of mechanical insufflation-exsufflation in invasively ventilated critically ill adults. Respiratory Care, https://doi.org/10.4187/respcare.09704

Mechanical insufflation-exsufflation (MI-E) is traditionally used in the neuromuscular population. There is growing interest of MI-E use in invasively ventilated critically ill adults. We aimed to map current evidence on MI-E use in invasively ventil... Read More about The use of mechanical insufflation-exsufflation in invasively ventilated critically ill adults.

POS0003 Development and validation of a disease specific patient reported outcome for giant cell arteritis (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Robson, J., Almeida, C., Dawson, J., Dures, E., Greenwood, R., Guly, C., …Ndosi, M. (2022). POS0003 Development and validation of a disease specific patient reported outcome for giant cell arteritis. . https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2022-eular.1769

Background Giant cell arteritis (GCA) is caused by inflammation of the blood vessels of the head and neck; patients can present with cranial, ocular or large vessel vasculitis involvement. Treatment is with glucocorticoids, steroid sparing agents a... Read More about POS0003 Development and validation of a disease specific patient reported outcome for giant cell arteritis.

Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities (2022)
Journal Article
Senior, T. J., Metcalfe, T., McClean, S., Wilson, A., Bowen, S., Ailes, M., & McGregor, E. (2022). Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 6(5), Article 40. https://doi.org/10.3390/mti6050040

For many living in rural areas, the loss of traditional community assets and increased social fragmentation are a common feature of everyday life. The empty village church is a poignant symbol of these challenges; yet, these are sites that hold consi... Read More about Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities.

Exploring the experiences and psychosocial support needs of informal carers of men with breast cancer: A qualitative study (2022)
Journal Article
Herring, B., Lewis-Smith, H., Paraskeva, N., & Harcourt, D. (in press). Exploring the experiences and psychosocial support needs of informal carers of men with breast cancer: A qualitative study. Supportive Care in Cancer, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-022-07095-2

Purpose: The provision of practical and emotional support for men who have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK falls primarily on their partners, close family members or friends. However, informal carers’ experiences are omitted from the rese... Read More about Exploring the experiences and psychosocial support needs of informal carers of men with breast cancer: A qualitative study.

A study on the effects of cognitive overloading and distractions on human movement during robot-assisted dressing (2022)
Journal Article
Camilleri, A. (2022). A study on the effects of cognitive overloading and distractions on human movement during robot-assisted dressing. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 9, Article 815871. https://doi.org/10.3389/frobt.2022.815871

For robots that can provide physical assistance, maintaining synchronicity of the robot and human movement is a precursor for interaction safety. Existing research on collaborative HRI does not consider how synchronicity can be affected if humans are... Read More about A study on the effects of cognitive overloading and distractions on human movement during robot-assisted dressing.

Black Asian minority ethnic healthcare student support in practice - Final report (2022)
Report
Griffiths, M., & Garvey, A. (in press). Black Asian minority ethnic healthcare student support in practice - Final report. Health Education England

This report has been written to share the 15-months (January 2021- April 2022) Black, Asian Minority Ethnic Healthcare Student Support in Practice Partner Collaboration Project. The project was led by the University of the West of England (UWE) Brist... Read More about Black Asian minority ethnic healthcare student support in practice - Final report.

Advancing the embedding framework: Using longitudinal methods to revisit French highly skilled migrants in the context of Brexit (2022)
Journal Article
Mulholland, J., & Ryan, L. (in press). Advancing the embedding framework: Using longitudinal methods to revisit French highly skilled migrants in the context of Brexit. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2022.2057282

There has been exponential growth in research about the impact of Brexit on the plans and projects of EU migrants in the UK. Much research focuses on highly visible migrants, such as the Poles. By focusing on French highly skilled migrants in London... Read More about Advancing the embedding framework: Using longitudinal methods to revisit French highly skilled migrants in the context of Brexit.

Addicted to leadership: From crisis to recovery (2022)
Book Chapter
Hartley, L., & Bolden, R. (2022). Addicted to leadership: From crisis to recovery. In Post-Pandemic Leadership: Exploring solutions to a crisis (112-126). Abingdon: Routledge

This chapter looks at why we default towards toxic types of leadership and compares this behaviour to the drivers behind drug and alcohol addiction. Changing our mental models of leadership, the authors argue, is akin to the process of recovery. They... Read More about Addicted to leadership: From crisis to recovery.

Testing the theory of self-determination as a predictor of quality of life in neurological conditions in long-term care (2022)
Thesis
McCourt, K. Testing the theory of self-determination as a predictor of quality of life in neurological conditions in long-term care. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/7743362

Self-determination theory (SDT; Deci & Ryan, 2008; Ryan & Deci, 2017) provides a framework for intervention development by setting out a comprehensive approach to motivation and health behaviour through its theory and measurement of autonomy, perceiv... Read More about Testing the theory of self-determination as a predictor of quality of life in neurological conditions in long-term care.

Allied healthcare professionals interventions for complex regional pain syndrome - which work? A systematic review of the literature (2022)
Journal Article
Friend, G., Walsh, N., & Llewellyn, A. (2022). Allied healthcare professionals interventions for complex regional pain syndrome - which work? A systematic review of the literature. Rheumatology, 61(S1), Article keac133.285. https://doi.org/10.1093/rheumatology/keac133.285

Background/Aims Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a severe chronic pain condition which usually occurs following limb trauma. Also associated with a range of signs and symptoms, including limb oedema, sensitivity to touch, skin colour and tem... Read More about Allied healthcare professionals interventions for complex regional pain syndrome - which work? A systematic review of the literature.