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Establishing a national linked database for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in the UK: multi-method public and professional involvement to determine acceptability and feasibility (2024)
Journal Article
Harding, S., Samways, B., Dillon, A., Mukherjee, R., Butcher, S., Cook, P., & McQuire, C. (in press). Establishing a national linked database for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in the UK: multi-method public and professional involvement to determine acceptability and feasibility. #Journal not on list,

Introduction: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is one of the leading non-genetic causes of developmental disability worldwide and is thought to be particularly common in the UK. Despite this, there is a lack of data on FASD in the UK. Object... Read More about Establishing a national linked database for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in the UK: multi-method public and professional involvement to determine acceptability and feasibility.

Current nursing and midwifery contribution to leading digital health policy and practice: An integrative review (2024)
Journal Article
Janes, G., Chesterton, L., Heaslip, V., Reid, J., Lüdemann, B., Gentil, J., …Shannon, M. (in press). Current nursing and midwifery contribution to leading digital health policy and practice: An integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.16265

Aim: To review the current nursing and midwifery contribution to leading digital health (DH) policy and practice and what facilitates and/or challenges this. Design: Integrative literature review. Methods: Pre-defined inclusion criteria were used. St... Read More about Current nursing and midwifery contribution to leading digital health policy and practice: An integrative review.

Knowledge, understanding, and attitudes towards antibiotic use, prescription advice and antibiotic resistance among parents in Greater Manchester. (2024)
Thesis
Poolay Mootien, C. (2024). Knowledge, understanding, and attitudes towards antibiotic use, prescription advice and antibiotic resistance among parents in Greater Manchester. (Thesis). University of Salford

Background: Antibiotic resistance (ABR) is an important global public health issue. Understanding how much the public knows and understands about ABR is imperative to enable the development of more efficient ways to improve antibiotic stewardship (t... Read More about Knowledge, understanding, and attitudes towards antibiotic use, prescription advice and antibiotic resistance among parents in Greater Manchester..

Enablers and Barriers to Delivering Person Centred Dementia Care: Perceptions and Experiences of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiography Practitioners (2024)
Journal Article
Higgins, R., Spacey, A., & Innes, A. (in press). Enablers and Barriers to Delivering Person Centred Dementia Care: Perceptions and Experiences of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiography Practitioners. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmir.2024.101441

Introduction: There is a lack of evidence about the experiences of radiographers providing care to people living with dementia (PLWD). This study explored the perceptions and experiences of radiography practitioners when delivering person-centred de... Read More about Enablers and Barriers to Delivering Person Centred Dementia Care: Perceptions and Experiences of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiography Practitioners.

The conceptualisation of the ethnic person: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of how race and ethnicity are constructed in the literature of digital psychotherapies for depression (2024)
Conference Proceeding
Rodríguez-Dorans, E., Omylinska-Thurston, J., Liverpool, S., Viliardos, L., & Karkou, V. (2024). The conceptualisation of the ethnic person: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of how race and ethnicity are constructed in the literature of digital psychotherapies for depression.

Race and ethnicity constitute demographic data often collected in mental health research. However, their conceptualisation is unclear and their categorisation inconsistent, which affects how they are reported, analysed, and evaluated against research... Read More about The conceptualisation of the ethnic person: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of how race and ethnicity are constructed in the literature of digital psychotherapies for depression.

Expressive suppression mediates the relationship between sleep quality and generalized anxiety symptomology (2024)
Journal Article
Bendall, R. C. A., Elton, S. N., & Hughes, A. T. L. (2024). Expressive suppression mediates the relationship between sleep quality and generalized anxiety symptomology. Scientific reports, 14(1), 13575. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-024-63939-3

Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent worldwide mental health disorder, resulting in high societal costs. Emotion regulation and sleep quality are associated with the development of psychopathologies including anxiety. However, it is unknown wheth... Read More about Expressive suppression mediates the relationship between sleep quality and generalized anxiety symptomology.

Evaluation of a hybrid student placement counselling service (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Viliardos, L., & Roddy, J. (2024, May). Evaluation of a hybrid student placement counselling service. Paper presented at 30th BACP International Research Conference 2024 Enriching research, practice and policy with lived experience, Birmingham

The paper discusses a service evaluation of one TRaCCs clinic. The [anonymised for review] clinic has been collecting client data since September 2021 when all clients were seen remotely. Since 2022, the clinics have provided a hybrid service where... Read More about Evaluation of a hybrid student placement counselling service.

Investigating the long-term impact of interprofessional education (IPE) initiatives in care home settings (2024)
Report
Stephens, M., Kelly, S., Chadwick, A., Clark, A., Walker, S., & Chesterton, L. (2024). Investigating the long-term impact of interprofessional education (IPE) initiatives in care home settings. University of Salford: Health Education England

While emerging evidence suggests that IPE initiatives can have benefits in care homes, their lasting impact in this context remains unclear. This study investigated the long-term impact of IPE in five care homes in Greater Manchester, building upon a... Read More about Investigating the long-term impact of interprofessional education (IPE) initiatives in care home settings.

Child Protection - Update RCPCH Conference 2024 (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Fussey, E., & Rowland, A. (2024, March). Child Protection - Update RCPCH Conference 2024. Presented at Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2024, Birmingham