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The role of social support and social identification in challenge and threat, perceived stress, and life satisfaction (2024)
Journal Article
Turner, M. J., Gillman, J. C., Slater, M. J., Turner, M., & Slater, M. (2024). The role of social support and social identification in challenge and threat, perceived stress, and life satisfaction. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 18(7), e12982. https://doi.org/10.1111/spc3.12982

Individualistic appraisals have dominated contemporary stress theory and have too often overlooked socially derived perceptions of group resources. The aim of this study was to examine the effect of social support and social identification on individ... Read More about The role of social support and social identification in challenge and threat, perceived stress, and life satisfaction.

A Tale of Two (Lincolnshire) Jewries: Lincoln and Stamford in the Jewish Receipt Rolls (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Irwin, D. (2024, July). A Tale of Two (Lincolnshire) Jewries: Lincoln and Stamford in the Jewish Receipt Rolls. Paper presented at International Medieval Congress (IMC), Leeds University

This paper is presented as part of a series of panels that I organised on the medieval Lincoln Jewry. It examines the receipt roll evidence (TNA E 401) for Anglo-Jewry generally, before focusing on the evidence for Lincoln and Lincolnshire. It also a... Read More about A Tale of Two (Lincolnshire) Jewries: Lincoln and Stamford in the Jewish Receipt Rolls.

The Lincoln Jewry, II: Memory, Myth, and Archaeology (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Irwin, D. (2024, July). The Lincoln Jewry, II: Memory, Myth, and Archaeology. Presented at Leeds International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

This is the second of two sessions that I have organised for the Leeds International Medieval Congress. The proceedings will be published in due course. There was a Jewish community at Lincoln by the 1150s. It was one of the leading communities of... Read More about The Lincoln Jewry, II: Memory, Myth, and Archaeology.

The Lincoln Jewry I: Financial and Legal Sources (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Irwin, D. (2024, July). The Lincoln Jewry I: Financial and Legal Sources. Presented at Leeds International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

This is the first of two sessions that I have organised for the Leeds International Medieval Congress. The proceedings will be published in due course. There was a Jewish community at Lincoln by the 1150s. It was one of the leading communities of... Read More about The Lincoln Jewry I: Financial and Legal Sources.

From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas (2024)
Book Chapter
Herring, L. (2024). From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas. In L. Herring, & C. Parkinson (Eds.), Animal Activism On and Off Screen. Sydney University Press. https://doi.org/10.30722/sup.9781743329757

documentaries. This chapter explores what a fiction film can say about animal activism when read from a critical intersectional perspective. In 2012 Cloud Atlas was released to surprisingly little fanfare, garnering mixed reviews and underperforming... Read More about From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas.

Development of a 3D Digital Model of End-of-Service-Life Buildings for Improved Demolition Waste Management through Automated Demolition Waste Audit (2024)
Journal Article
Omer, M., Wang, Y. C., Quintana Roma, M., Bedrich, S., Nežerka, V., Ferriz-Papi, J., …Diez Ortiz, I. (2024). Development of a 3D Digital Model of End-of-Service-Life Buildings for Improved Demolition Waste Management through Automated Demolition Waste Audit. Environments, 11(7), 138. https://doi.org/10.3390/environments11070138

This paper presents the development of a 3D digital model of end-of-service-life buildings to facilitate a step change in preparation of pre-demolition protocols that can eliminate problems of inadequate documentation and extensive time spent in prep... Read More about Development of a 3D Digital Model of End-of-Service-Life Buildings for Improved Demolition Waste Management through Automated Demolition Waste Audit.

Association of latent class analysis-derived multimorbidity clusters with adverse health outcomes in patients with multiple long-term conditions: comparative results across three UK cohorts (2024)
Journal Article
Krauth, S. J., Steell, L., Ahmed, S., McIntosh, E., Dibben, G. O., Hanlon, P., …Jani, B. D. (in press). Association of latent class analysis-derived multimorbidity clusters with adverse health outcomes in patients with multiple long-term conditions: comparative results across three UK cohorts. #Journal not on list, 74, 102703. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eclinm.2024.102703

Background It remains unclear how to meaningfully classify people living with multimorbidity (multiple long-term conditions (MLTCs)), beyond counting the number of conditions. This paper aims to identify clusters... Read More about Association of latent class analysis-derived multimorbidity clusters with adverse health outcomes in patients with multiple long-term conditions: comparative results across three UK cohorts.

Reassembling nursing in the digital age: An actor‐network theory perspective (2024)
Journal Article
Wynn, M., & Garwood‐Cross, L. (in press). Reassembling nursing in the digital age: An actor‐network theory perspective. Nursing Inquiry, e12655. https://doi.org/10.1111/nin.12655

This article explores the application of actor‐network theory (ANT) to the nursing profession, proposing a novel perspective in understanding nursing in the context of modern digital healthcare. Traditional grand nursing theories, while foundational,... Read More about Reassembling nursing in the digital age: An actor‐network theory perspective.

Not just a pretty picture: Mapping Leaf Area Index at 10 m resolution using Sentinel-2 (2024)
Journal Article
Fernandes, R., Hong, G., Brown, L., Dash, J., Harvey, K., Kalimipalli, S., …Sun, L. (2024). Not just a pretty picture: Mapping Leaf Area Index at 10 m resolution using Sentinel-2. Remote Sensing of Environment, 311(2024), Article 114269. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2024.114269

Achieving the Global Climate Observing System goal of 10 m resolution leaf area index (LAI) maps is critical for applications related to climate adaptation, sustainable agriculture, and ecosystem monitoring. Five strategies for producing 10 m LAI map... Read More about Not just a pretty picture: Mapping Leaf Area Index at 10 m resolution using Sentinel-2.

Modelling Community Disaster Resilience: A Participatory Approach (2024)
Thesis
Tariq, H. (2024). Modelling Community Disaster Resilience: A Participatory Approach. (Thesis). University of Salford

Due to the increasingly complex nature of climate change impacts, decision-makers such as local government practitioners and community members need more inclusive tools to assess their communities' resilience to environmental risks and natural hazard... Read More about Modelling Community Disaster Resilience: A Participatory Approach.

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..

Degradation and residue dynamics of fluazinam in diverse indian soil types and water pH conditions: a comprehensive study using kinetic models (2024)
Journal Article
Mukhopadhyay, S., Mandal, J., Kanrar, B., Chatterjee, D., Bhattacharyya, A., & Majumder, S. (in press). Degradation and residue dynamics of fluazinam in diverse indian soil types and water pH conditions: a comprehensive study using kinetic models. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 12, 1394847. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2024.1394847

Fluazinam a promising fungicide, is not yet registered in India. Consequently it is important to study the dissipation of its specific formulation in Indian soil and water. This study focuses on the degradation and residue dynamics of Fluazinam (40%... Read More about Degradation and residue dynamics of fluazinam in diverse indian soil types and water pH conditions: a comprehensive study using kinetic models.

Authentic Pathology Specimen Reception: A Valuable Resource for Developing Biomedical Science Student Competencies and Employability (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Hussain, T., Namvar, S., & Jones, M. (2024, June). Authentic Pathology Specimen Reception: A Valuable Resource for Developing Biomedical Science Student Competencies and Employability. Poster presented at Horizons in STEM Education 2024, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

The pathology specimen reception is fundamental to the services provided by Biomedical Science laboratories worldwide. To ensure patient safety and sample quality control, prospective Biomedical Scientists should have a robust knowledge of the proces... Read More about Authentic Pathology Specimen Reception: A Valuable Resource for Developing Biomedical Science Student Competencies and Employability.

Journal clubs as an effective pedagogical tool to enhance academic literacy (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Jones, M., & Morgan, N. (2024, June). Journal clubs as an effective pedagogical tool to enhance academic literacy. Presented at Horizons in STEM Education 2024, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Introduction Journal clubs are routinely used within academic research institutes and allied health professions to boost critical thinking, data analysis and disseminate knowledge of novel research concepts. These group-based discussions regarding s... Read More about Journal clubs as an effective pedagogical tool to enhance academic literacy.

The World Without, the World Within and the Space Between: Amanda Dalton’s Adaptation of Nosferatu for BBC Radio 3 (2024)
Journal Article
McMurtry, L. (in press). The World Without, the World Within and the Space Between: Amanda Dalton’s Adaptation of Nosferatu for BBC Radio 3. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance,

Made for BBC Radio 3, the radio drama The Midnight Cry of the Death-Bird (2012) is an adaptation of Nosferatu (1922). Nosferatu is both a target text (of Dracula, 1897) and a source text (of The Midnight Cry). Thus, complex layers of adaptation and a... Read More about The World Without, the World Within and the Space Between: Amanda Dalton’s Adaptation of Nosferatu for BBC Radio 3.

The Effect of Using Anchored Wake Time to Derive 24‐h Device Measured Circadian Physical Behavior Patterns (2024)
Journal Article
Granat, M., Ahmadi, M., Stamatakis, E., & Hamer, M. (2024). The Effect of Using Anchored Wake Time to Derive 24‐h Device Measured Circadian Physical Behavior Patterns. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 34(7), e14684. https://doi.org/10.1111/sms.14684

Introduction: Tailoring physical activity interventions to individual chronotypes and preferences by time of day could promote more effective and sustainable behavior change; however, our understanding of circadian physical behavior patterns is very... Read More about The Effect of Using Anchored Wake Time to Derive 24‐h Device Measured Circadian Physical Behavior Patterns.

Nicosia Airport, Dwindle memories awakened, Past, Present, Future (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Yioutani-Iacovides, M. (2024, June). Nicosia Airport, Dwindle memories awakened, Past, Present, Future. Paper presented at 6th Conference Changing the Cities Rhodes, Greece, Rhodes, Greece

Memories are gradually disappearing, and time took its toll on Nicosia Airport, a unique example of Modernist Aviation Architecture. As it is left abandoned for nearly half a century due to political circumstances, the building is quietly fading awa... Read More about Nicosia Airport, Dwindle memories awakened, Past, Present, Future.

Normalization of rapid force to peak force in an isometric hamstring assessment using force plates (2024)
Journal Article
Barber, R., Fahey, J., Comfort, P., & Ripley, N. (2024). Normalization of rapid force to peak force in an isometric hamstring assessment using force plates. Apunts Sports Medicine, 59(223), 100450. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apunsm.2024.100450

Purpose The aim of this investigation was to determine the reliability of normalizing rapid force (RF) production to peak force assessed during an isometric knee flexor assessment, and to present a novel method of c... Read More about Normalization of rapid force to peak force in an isometric hamstring assessment using force plates.

An Adaptive Xception Model for Classification of Brain Tumors (2024)
Journal Article
Thakur, A., Mahesh, T. R., Khan, S. B., Palaiahnakote, S., Kumar V, V., Vinoth Kumar, V., …Mashat, A. (in press). An Adaptive Xception Model for Classification of Brain Tumors. International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence, https://doi.org/10.1142/s0218001424560056

Classification of different brain tumors is challenging due to unpredictable variations in intra-inter-classes. Unlike existing methods which are not effective for images of complex backgrounds, the proposed work aims at accurate classification of di... Read More about An Adaptive Xception Model for Classification of Brain Tumors.