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An IPA study exploring clients’ experiences of living with complex mental health needs in a residential care home: Some voices are harder to hear (2021)
Thesis
Chivers, A. An IPA study exploring clients’ experiences of living with complex mental health needs in a residential care home: Some voices are harder to hear. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6955731

Objectives The aim of the research was to hear the voices of participants with complex mental health needs, gaining insight into the experience of living in residential care homes. These voices often get lost; as people with complex mental health ne... Read More about An IPA study exploring clients’ experiences of living with complex mental health needs in a residential care home: Some voices are harder to hear.

The impact of completing body image assessments on adolescents’ body image and engagement in body change strategies: Harmful or harmless? (2021)
Journal Article
Jarman, H., Slater, A., McLean, S., Marques, M., & Paxton, S. (2021). The impact of completing body image assessments on adolescents’ body image and engagement in body change strategies: Harmful or harmless?. Body Image, 39, 131-138. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bodyim.2021.07.003

Parents and educators have raised concerns that participating in body image research may cause or increase poor body image and engagement in body change strategies. This quasi-experimental study compared body image and body change strategy outcomes a... Read More about The impact of completing body image assessments on adolescents’ body image and engagement in body change strategies: Harmful or harmless?.

How do illness perceptions influence the effectiveness of self-management in individuals living in Bermuda with type 2 diabetes? (2021)
Thesis
Matthew, T. How do illness perceptions influence the effectiveness of self-management in individuals living in Bermuda with type 2 diabetes?. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/7212112

Diabetes is a chronic condition that occurs when blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high in the body (NHS, 2016). Diabetes UK (2009) estimates that self-management is 95% of managing diabetes. Self-management refers to an individual’s abil... Read More about How do illness perceptions influence the effectiveness of self-management in individuals living in Bermuda with type 2 diabetes?.

Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery (2021)
Journal Article
Richards, H., Jenkinson, E., White, P., & Harrad, R. (2021). Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery. Eye, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-021-01685-w

Background: 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... Read More about Patient reported psychosocial functioning following successful ptosis surgery.

Phenomenology, teleology, and theology (2021)
Book Chapter
Trizio, E. (2021). Phenomenology, teleology, and theology. In The Husserlian Mind. New York and London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

This chapter will investigate Husserl’s conception of God in relation to his project of a metaphysics of the “higher and ultimate questions”, which follows and presupposes the metaphysics of worldy facticity resulting from the elucidation of empirica... Read More about Phenomenology, teleology, and theology.

Offender-centric policing in cases of rape (2021)
Journal Article
Rumney, P. N., & McPhee, D. (in press). Offender-centric policing in cases of rape. Journal of Criminal Law, https://doi.org/10.1177/00220183211027453

The article explores the idea of 'offender-centric' policing in cases of rape, with its focus on suspect and offender admissions and behaviours. It features discussion of 11 cases, illustrating offender-centric pathways to charge or conviction, the c... Read More about Offender-centric policing in cases of rape.

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-valued... Read More about Considerations and priorities for incorporating the patient perspective on remission in Rheumatoid Arthritis: An OMERACT 2020 Special Interest Group report.

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., & Křížová, K. (2021). 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, 21(2), 167-193. 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.

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., Ardouin, K., & Stock, N. M. (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.

The integration of people convicted of a sexual offence into the community and their (risk) management (2021)
Journal Article
McCartan, K., & Richards, K. (2021). The integration of people convicted of a sexual offence into the community and their (risk) management. Current Psychiatry Reports, 23(8), https://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-021-01258-4

Purpose of Review: We are reviewing recent research into the community integration of men convicted of a sexual offence and their (risk) management. This is a high-profile political issue that binds together research in psychology, criminology, polit... Read More about The integration of people convicted of a sexual offence into the community and their (risk) management.

Essentials of Thematic Analysis (2021)
Book
Terry, G., & Hayfield, N. (2021). Essentials of Thematic Analysis. Washington DC: American Psychological Association

Terry, G. and Hayfield, N. (forthcoming, July 2021) Essentials of thematic analysis. American Psychological Association.

Place, power and leadership: Insights from mayoral governance and leadership innovation in Bristol, UK (2021)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R., Sweeting, D., & Oliver, T. (in press). Place, power and leadership: Insights from mayoral governance and leadership innovation in Bristol, UK. Leadership, https://doi.org/10.1177/17427150211028122

This article aims to enhance understanding of the role of place in urban leadership by examining the way leadership changed significantly following the introduction of mayoral governance into a UK city. In 2012, 10 cities in England held referendums... Read More about Place, power and leadership: Insights from mayoral governance and leadership innovation in Bristol, UK.

Expanding support services for adults born with cleft lip and/or palate in the United Kingdom: An exploratory evaluation of the cleft lip and palate association adult services programme (2021)
Journal Article
Ardouin, K., Davis, N., & Stock, N. M. (in press). Expanding support services for adults born with cleft lip and/or palate in the United Kingdom: An exploratory evaluation of the cleft lip and palate association adult services programme. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/10556656211025415

Background: The largest group of people living with repaired cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) are adults. Previous research has identified unmet treatment and psychosocial needs, yet few interventions exist. This article outlines 3 interventions develo... Read More about Expanding support services for adults born with cleft lip and/or palate in the United Kingdom: An exploratory evaluation of the cleft lip and palate association adult services programme.

Are psychosocial interventions effective at increasing condom use among Black men? A systematic review (2021)
Journal Article
Nwaosu, U., Raymond-Williams, R., & Meyrick, J. (in press). Are psychosocial interventions effective at increasing condom use among Black men? A systematic review. International Journal of STD and AIDS, https://doi.org/10.1177/09564624211024785

Black men experience a disproportionate burden of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the United Kingdom (UK). STIs can seriously affect the health and well-being of affected individuals. With condoms effective at preventing STI transmission, t... Read More about Are psychosocial interventions effective at increasing condom use among Black men? A systematic review.

Female undergraduates playing it 'safe' to stay 'safe': Further understanding sexual violence against women (2021)
Journal Article
Bovill, H., McCartan, K., & Waller, R. (in press). Female undergraduates playing it 'safe' to stay 'safe': Further understanding sexual violence against women. Journal of International Women's Studies, January 2022,

Women’s safety from sexual violence whilst at university is a global issue and the UK is no exception. Whilst the authors of this paper acknowledge that sexual violence can occur across the gender spectrum, most sexual violence ‘victims’ are women an... Read More about Female undergraduates playing it 'safe' to stay 'safe': Further understanding sexual violence against women.

Navigating entry into higher education: The transition to independent learning and living (2021)
Journal Article
Thompson, M., Pawson, C., & Evans, B. (in press). Navigating entry into higher education: The transition to independent learning and living. Journal of Further and Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877X.2021.1933400

Student transition into higher education can set the foundation for success at university. However, some students, perhaps in increasing numbers, find this transition difficult. This study explores contemporary students’ experiences when transitionin... Read More about Navigating entry into higher education: The transition to independent learning and living.

Clinically significant body dissatisfaction: Prevalence and association with depressive symptoms in adolescent boys and girls (2021)
Journal Article
McLean, S. A., Rodgers, R. F., Slater, A., Jarman, H. K., Gordon, C. S., & Paxton, S. J. (in press). Clinically significant body dissatisfaction: Prevalence and association with depressive symptoms in adolescent boys and girls. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-021-01824-4

Body dissatisfaction is distressing and a risk factor for adverse consequences including eating disorders. However, data pertaining to the prevalence of body dissatisfaction in adolescence, a key period for its emergence, are lacking. This is a subst... Read More about Clinically significant body dissatisfaction: Prevalence and association with depressive symptoms in adolescent boys and girls.

Exploring which aspects of a low‐intensity CBT intervention were found to contribute to a successful outcome from the service user point of view: A mixed methods study (2021)
Journal Article
Thompson, M., Parker, H., & Cave, J. (in press). Exploring which aspects of a low‐intensity CBT intervention were found to contribute to a successful outcome from the service user point of view: A mixed methods study. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12433

The broad area of psychotherapy research is sometimes subdivided into that which focuses on outcome and that which focuses on process. Research into the active processes of psychotherapy can sometimes be occupied with debates around common versus spe... Read More about Exploring which aspects of a low‐intensity CBT intervention were found to contribute to a successful outcome from the service user point of view: A mixed methods study.