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An emergent process for activating system change: Insights from Golden Key Bristol (2022)
Journal Article
Fouracre, B., Fisher, J., Bolden, R., Coombs, B., Isaac, B., & Pawson, C. (in press). An emergent process for activating system change: Insights from Golden Key Bristol. Housing, Care and Support, https://doi.org/10.1108/HCS-12-2021-0039

Purpose: This paper presents insights into the way in which system change can be activated around the provision of services and support for people experiencing multiple disadvantage in an urban setting. Design/methodology/approach: The article is... Read More about An emergent process for activating system change: Insights from Golden Key Bristol.

Students’ representations of menopause and perimenopause: Out of control bodies and empathetic expert doctors (2022)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., & Campbell, C. (in press). Students’ representations of menopause and perimenopause: Out of control bodies and empathetic expert doctors. Sex Roles, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-022-01320-2

Representations of peri/menopause are influential in relation to how peri/menopause is understood and how peri/menopausal women are perceived, both of which have important implications for health and wellbeing. In this paper, we report results from a... Read More about Students’ representations of menopause and perimenopause: Out of control bodies and empathetic expert doctors.

Report on the 2021 networking event “Close reading, open minds: Literature for health and wellbeing”
Report
Rogers, S., Greenham, D., Ramsey-Wade, C., & Holt, N. Report on the 2021 networking event “Close reading, open minds: Literature for health and wellbeing”. UWE Bristol

In March 2021, an emerging group of researchers at UWE Bristol organized a virtual symposium, aiming to establish a network of collaborators and work towards fundable projects. The event fostered collaboration between arts and science disciplines to... Read More about Report on the 2021 networking event “Close reading, open minds: Literature for health and wellbeing”.