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Perceptions of the impact a military career has on children (2014)
Journal Article
Rowe, S. L., Keeling, M., Wessely, S., & Fear, N. T. (2014). Perceptions of the impact a military career has on children. Occupational Medicine, 64(7), 490-496. https://doi.org/10.1093/occmed/kqu096

© The Author 2014. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Society of Occupational Medicine. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oup.com. BACKGROUND: The perceived effects of a military career on ser... Read More about Perceptions of the impact a military career has on children.

Developing compassion in pre-registration education (2014)
Journal Article
Pryce-Miller, M., & Emanuel, V. (in press). Developing compassion in pre-registration education. Nursing Times, 110(37), 17-19

Compassion is a fundamental aspect of nursing and student nurses have to be able to demonstrate compassion in practice. Nurse educators in higher education institutions and clinical settings need to work together to prepare and support student nurses... Read More about Developing compassion in pre-registration education.

Culture clash: Appearance concerns in black and minority ethnic groups (2014)
Journal Article
Stock, N. M. (2014). Culture clash: Appearance concerns in black and minority ethnic groups. Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, 3(7), 294-295. https://doi.org/10.12968/joan.2014.3.7.346

Around the world, men and women of all cultures and ethnicities are being exposed to Western appearance ideals. Paired with a lack of representation of black and minority ethnic (BME) men and women in the mainstream media, the public's appreciation o... Read More about Culture clash: Appearance concerns in black and minority ethnic groups.

The psychology of facial disfigurement: Implications for whole face transplantation (2014)
Journal Article
Rumsey, N. (2014). The psychology of facial disfigurement: Implications for whole face transplantation. Current Otorhinolaryngology Reports, 2(3), 210-216. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40136-014-0058-5

A decade has passed since the publication of the first report from the Royal College of Surgeons in England Working Party on Face Transplantation. Based on evidence available at the time, this report concluded that it was unwise to proceed with whole... Read More about The psychology of facial disfigurement: Implications for whole face transplantation.

Does appearance matter? (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Harcourt, D. (2014, July). Does appearance matter?. Presented at US Scleroderma Foundation National Patient Education Conference 2014

Using innovative methods in appearance research (2014)
Book Chapter
Harcourt, D. (2014). Using innovative methods in appearance research. In N. Rumsey, & D. Harcourt (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of AppearanceOxford University Press

"It feels so good it almost hurts": Young adults' experiences of orgasm and sexual pleasure (2014)
Journal Article
Opperman, E., Braun, V., Clarke, V., & Rogers, C. (2014). "It feels so good it almost hurts": Young adults' experiences of orgasm and sexual pleasure. Journal of Sex Research, 51(5), 503-515. https://doi.org/10.1080/00224499.2012.753982

Orgasm is a "goal" of much sexual activity, and a source of potentially intense pleasure and fulfillment, yet can be fraught with difficulty or distress. Relatively little social science research has explored people's experiences around, and their me... Read More about "It feels so good it almost hurts": Young adults' experiences of orgasm and sexual pleasure.

Where might we go from here? (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Harcourt, D., & Rumsey, N. (2014, July). Where might we go from here?. Paper presented at Appearance Matters 6

A photographic exploration of family burn camp (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Armstrong-James, L., Harcourt, D., Rumsey, N., Williamson, H., & Cadogan, J. (2014, July). A photographic exploration of family burn camp. Poster presented at Appearance Matters 6

Background: The psychosocial impact of a burn may include adjusting to changes in appearance as a result of the injury such as scarring, or in some cases, amputation. There are a number of interventions to help young people manage the challenges of... Read More about A photographic exploration of family burn camp.

Psychosocial predictors, assessment, and outcomes of cosmetic procedures: A systematic rapid evidence assessment (2014)
Journal Article
Brunton, G., Paraskeva, N., Caird, J., Bird, K. S., Kavanagh, J., Kwan, I., …Thomas, J. (2014). Psychosocial predictors, assessment, and outcomes of cosmetic procedures: A systematic rapid evidence assessment. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, 38(5), 1030-1040. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00266-014-0369-4

Background: Recent breast implant complications led to a UK government policy review of the evidence concerning cosmetic interventions. We synthesised cosmetic intervention research evidence covering psychosocial factors associated with requesting pr... Read More about Psychosocial predictors, assessment, and outcomes of cosmetic procedures: A systematic rapid evidence assessment.

Does appearance matter? (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Harcourt, D. (2014, May). Does appearance matter?. Presented at Association of Breast Surgery Annual Conference

The psychosocial impact of being a young person with an unusual appearance (2014)
Journal Article
Williamson, H. (2014). The psychosocial impact of being a young person with an unusual appearance. Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, 3(4), 186-188. https://doi.org/10.12968/joan.2014.3.4.186

Living with an unusual or different appearance as a result of a disfigurement from birth, an accident or illness can be particularly challenging for young people in today's appearance-obsessed society. Heidi Williamson explores the psychological and... Read More about The psychosocial impact of being a young person with an unusual appearance.

Black and South Asian women’s experiences of breast cancer: A qualitative study (2014)
Journal Article
Patel, G., Harcourt, D., Naqvi, H., & Rumsey, N. (2014). Black and South Asian women’s experiences of breast cancer: A qualitative study. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 11(2), 135-149

Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in the UK, and affects women of all ethnic groups. The psychosocial impact of breast cancer has been well documented. However, research conducted in this area has been primarily focused on white... Read More about Black and South Asian women’s experiences of breast cancer: A qualitative study.

Assessing quality in qualitative data (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Rumsey, N. (2014, April). Assessing quality in qualitative data. Paper presented at Training School: Measures used in Appearance Research



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