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Social prescribing of urban agriculture: The importance of minimizing risks from soil contamination (2024)
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Beesley, L., & Hardman, M. (2024). Social prescribing of urban agriculture: The importance of minimizing risks from soil contamination. Cities, 149, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2024.104971

The value of Green Social Prescribing (GSP) of Urban Agriculture (UA) is well proven, with many cities witnessing a rise in such activities. However, with burgeoning interest, there comes an increased need to understand the potential risks associated... Read More about Social prescribing of urban agriculture: The importance of minimizing risks from soil contamination.

Circular Economy in Construction - A Stakeholder Perspective (2024)
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Wadee, A., & Ferriz-Papi, J. (2024). Circular Economy in Construction - A Stakeholder Perspective. #Journal not on list, 1-A, 19-27. https://doi.org/10.26341/issn.2241-4002-2024-1a-2-T02055

Natural resources are finite, therefore, their efficient use is necessary for a sustainable future in the construction industry. Making better use of the materials at our disposal is paramount for resource efficiency and environmental impact reductio... Read More about Circular Economy in Construction - A Stakeholder Perspective.

Exploring the experiences of an autistic male convicted of stalking (2024)
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Rawdon, N., Vinter, L. P., Allely, C., & Wheatley, R. (2024). Exploring the experiences of an autistic male convicted of stalking. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1080/14789949.2024.2339537

Despite an increasing number of studies which examine the interplay between autism and offending mechanisms, there has been a lack of research investigating the interplay between autism and stalking. It was anticipated that findings from this investi... Read More about Exploring the experiences of an autistic male convicted of stalking.

Frames as pre-signal context: Using a semiotic framing approach to explain how prior experiences shape present interpretations of control signals. (2024)
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Aitken, A. (2024). Frames as pre-signal context: Using a semiotic framing approach to explain how prior experiences shape present interpretations of control signals. Semiotica, https://doi.org/10.1515/sem-2023-0025

Innes’s (2004; 2014) ‘control signals’ provides a semiotic perspective for explaining how acts of social control send ‘signals’ about the effectiveness of security mechanisms. A cross-cutting theme infers that ‘culture and situation matter’ in the re... Read More about Frames as pre-signal context: Using a semiotic framing approach to explain how prior experiences shape present interpretations of control signals..

The link between digital skills and financial inclusion – evidence from consumers survey data from low-income areas (2024)
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Vik, P., Kamerade, D., & Dayson, K. (in press). The link between digital skills and financial inclusion – evidence from consumers survey data from low-income areas. Journal of Consumer Policy,

Financial and digital inclusion are key consumer policy agendas for governments globally. Yet, despite the importance of online interfaces to manage finances and make payments, the link between financial and digital inclusion remains under-researched... Read More about The link between digital skills and financial inclusion – evidence from consumers survey data from low-income areas.

Disaster scenario optimised link state routing protocol and message prioritisation (2024)
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Aliyu, U., Takruri, H., Martin, |., Abubakar, H. |., Gidado, H., Hamid, |., & Adamu, A. (2024). Disaster scenario optimised link state routing protocol and message prioritisation. IET Networks, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1049/ntw2.12125

Natural and artificial (human‐made) disasters have been steadily increasing all over the world, signifying the importance of providing reliable and energy friendly communication network to survivors in the aftermath of a disaster. On the other hand,... Read More about Disaster scenario optimised link state routing protocol and message prioritisation.

Numerical simulation of natural convection in a rectangular enclosure filled with porous medium saturated with magnetic nanofluid using Buongiorno’s two-component model (2024)
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Venkatadri, K., Murthy, K. V. N., Bég, T. A., Bég, O. A., & Kuharat, S. (in press). Numerical simulation of natural convection in a rectangular enclosure filled with porous medium saturated with magnetic nanofluid using Buongiorno’s two-component model. #Journal not on list,

Motivated by studying emerging nanofluid-based magnetic fuel cells and hybrid direct absorber solar collectors, a numerical study is presented for buoyancy-driven flow in a vertical enclosure containing a porous medium saturated with magnetised nanof... Read More about Numerical simulation of natural convection in a rectangular enclosure filled with porous medium saturated with magnetic nanofluid using Buongiorno’s two-component model.

Enhancing Academic Support for Students in Higher Education Quality Assurance in Education (2024)
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Gomis, K., Saini, M., Pathirage, C., & Arif, M. (in press). Enhancing Academic Support for Students in Higher Education Quality Assurance in Education. Quality Assurance in Education,

Purpose: The need to enhance student support is evident in higher education (HE) curricula.In addition to the complications created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the current strategies used in academia are criticised for their lack of appropriate student... Read More about Enhancing Academic Support for Students in Higher Education Quality Assurance in Education.

Altered Handwritten Text Detection in Document Images Using Deep Learning (2024)
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Patil, G., Shivakumara, P., Gornale, S. S., & Lopresti, D. P. (2024). Altered Handwritten Text Detection in Document Images Using Deep Learning. #Journal not on list, https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218001424520062

Handwritten documents possess immense significance in domains such as law, history, and administration. However, they are vulnerable to forgery, which can undermine their credibility and reliability. This paper aims to establish a dependable techniqu... Read More about Altered Handwritten Text Detection in Document Images Using Deep Learning.

A service mapping exercise of four health and social care staff mental health and wellbeing services, Resilience Hubs, to describe health service provision and interventions (2024)
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Allsopp, K., Varese, F., French, P., Young, E., White, H., Chung, P., …Hind, D. (in press). A service mapping exercise of four health and social care staff mental health and wellbeing services, Resilience Hubs, to describe health service provision and interventions. BMC Health Services Research, 24(1), 430. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-024-10835-1

Background: NHS England funded 40 Mental Health and Wellbeing Hubs to support health and social care staff affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We aimed to document variations in how national guidance was adapted to the local contexts of four Hubs in t... Read More about A service mapping exercise of four health and social care staff mental health and wellbeing services, Resilience Hubs, to describe health service provision and interventions.

Globe-LFMC 2.0, an enhanced and updated dataset for live fuel moisture content research (2024)
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Yebra, M., Scortechini, G., Adeline, K., Aktepe, N., Almoustafa, T., Bar-Massada, A., …Younes Cardenas, N. (in press). Globe-LFMC 2.0, an enhanced and updated dataset for live fuel moisture content research. Scientific Data, 11(1), 332. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-024-03159-6

Globe-LFMC 2.0, an updated version of Globe-LFMC, is a comprehensive dataset of over 280,000 Live Fuel Moisture Content (LFMC) measurements. These measurements were gathered through field campaigns conducted in 15 countries spanning 47 years. In cont... Read More about Globe-LFMC 2.0, an enhanced and updated dataset for live fuel moisture content research.

Characteristics of Strong Midwifery Leaders and Enablers of Strong Midwifery Leadership: An International Appreciative Inquiry (2024)
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Pezaro, D. S., ZARBIV, G., JONES, J., FEIKA, M. L., FITZGERALD, L., LUKHELE, S., …HARDTMAN, P. (2024). Characteristics of Strong Midwifery Leaders and Enablers of Strong Midwifery Leadership: An International Appreciative Inquiry. Midwifery, 132, 103982. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2024.103982

Objectives This research aimed to identify the characteristics of strong midwifery leaders and explore how strong midwifery leadership may be enabled from the perspective of midwives and nurse-midwives globally.... Read More about Characteristics of Strong Midwifery Leaders and Enablers of Strong Midwifery Leadership: An International Appreciative Inquiry.

Rehabilitation interventions to modify physical frailty in adults before lung transplantation: a systematic review protocol (2024)
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McGarrigle, L., Norman, G., Hurst, H., & Todd, C. (2024). Rehabilitation interventions to modify physical frailty in adults before lung transplantation: a systematic review protocol. BMJ Open, 14(4), e078561. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-078561

Introduction Lung transplantation is the gold-standard treatment for end-stage lung disease for a small group of patients meeting strict acceptance criteria after optimal medical management has failed. Physical frailty is prevalent in lung transplant... Read More about Rehabilitation interventions to modify physical frailty in adults before lung transplantation: a systematic review protocol.

What characteristics are most important in stratifying patients into groups with different risk of diabetic foot ulceration? (2024)
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Naemi, R., Chockalingam, N., Lutale, J. K., & Abbas, Z. G. (2024). What characteristics are most important in stratifying patients into groups with different risk of diabetic foot ulceration?. Journal of Diabetes Investigation, https://doi.org/10.1111/jdi.14193

Aims/Introduction: This study aimed to assess if patients can be divided into different strata, and to explore if these correspond to the risk of diabetic foot complications. Materials and Methods: A set of 28 demographic, vascular, neurological and... Read More about What characteristics are most important in stratifying patients into groups with different risk of diabetic foot ulceration?.

Computation of hydromagnetic tangent hyperbolic non-Newtonian flow from a rotating non- isothermal cone to a non-darcy porous medium with thermal radiative flux (2024)
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Abdul Gaffar, S., Anwar Bég, O., Kuharat, S., & Bég, T. A. (in press). Computation of hydromagnetic tangent hyperbolic non-Newtonian flow from a rotating non- isothermal cone to a non-darcy porous medium with thermal radiative flux. #Journal not on list,

A theoretical and numerical study is conducted on nonlinear, steady-state thermal convection boundary layer flow of a magnetized incompressible Tangent Hyperbolic non-Newtonian fluid from a rotating cone to a non-Darcy porous medium. Power-law variat... Read More about Computation of hydromagnetic tangent hyperbolic non-Newtonian flow from a rotating non- isothermal cone to a non-darcy porous medium with thermal radiative flux.

Differences in Biomechanical Determinants of ACL Injury Risk in Change of Direction Tasks Between Males and Females: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (2024)
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Donelon, T. A., Edwards, J., Brown, M., Jones, P. A., O’Driscoll, J., & Dos’Santos, T. (in press). Differences in Biomechanical Determinants of ACL Injury Risk in Change of Direction Tasks Between Males and Females: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sports Medicine - Open, 10(1), 29. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40798-024-00701-z

Background: Change of direction (COD) movements are associated with non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in multidirectional sports. Females appear at increased risk compared to males, which could be attributable to whole body kinema... Read More about Differences in Biomechanical Determinants of ACL Injury Risk in Change of Direction Tasks Between Males and Females: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

MHD peristaltic two-phase Williamson fluid flow, heat and mass transfer through a ureteral tube with microliths: <i>Electromagnetic therapy simulation</i> (2024)
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Deepalakshmi, P., Siva, E. P., Tripathi, D., Bég, O. A., & Kuharat, S. (2024). MHD peristaltic two-phase Williamson fluid flow, heat and mass transfer through a ureteral tube with microliths: Electromagnetic therapy simulation. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A Applications, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1080/10407782.2024.2333501

The ureter typically experiences a frequency of one to five peristaltic contractions per minute. However, it is important to note that these contractions can be disrupted by various physical and mechanical irritants. Ionic contents in the urine make... Read More about MHD peristaltic two-phase Williamson fluid flow, heat and mass transfer through a ureteral tube with microliths: <i>Electromagnetic therapy simulation</i>.

Sarrus-inspired deployable polyhedral mechanisms (2024)
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Gu, Y., Zhang, X., Wei, G., & Chen, Y. (2024). Sarrus-inspired deployable polyhedral mechanisms. Mechanism and Machine Theory, 193, 105564. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mechmachtheory.2023.105564

Deployable polyhedral mechanisms (DPMs) have witnessed flourishing growth in recent years because of their potential applications in robotics, space exploration, structure engineering, and so forth. This paper firstly presents the construction, mobil... Read More about Sarrus-inspired deployable polyhedral mechanisms.

Association between protein intake and muscle wasting in critically ill children: A prospective cohort study (2024)
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Tume, L. N., Simons, C., Latten, L., Huang, C., Comfort, P., Compton, V., …Valla, F. V. (in press). Association between protein intake and muscle wasting in critically ill children: A prospective cohort study. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, https://doi.org/10.1002/jpen.2627

Background: Survival from pediatric critical illness in high‐income countries is high, and the focus now must be on optimizing the recovery of survivors. Muscle mass wasting during critical illness is problematic, so identifying factors that may redu... Read More about Association between protein intake and muscle wasting in critically ill children: A prospective cohort study.

Innovative drilling fluid containing sand grafted with a cationic surfactant capable of drilling high pressure and high temperature geothermal and petroleum wells (2024)
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Martin, C., Nourian, A., Babaie, M., & Nasr, G. (in press). Innovative drilling fluid containing sand grafted with a cationic surfactant capable of drilling high pressure and high temperature geothermal and petroleum wells. #Journal not on list, 237, 212767. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoen.2024.212767

Maintaining the rheology and filtration properties of a drilling fluid plays a vital role during a drilling operation. With the current challenges of high pressure and high temperature environments, there is an urgent need to design... Read More about Innovative drilling fluid containing sand grafted with a cationic surfactant capable of drilling high pressure and high temperature geothermal and petroleum wells.