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Designing an ecosystem to promote the development of key student competencies required in the future of work (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Hamshire, C., Grogan, S., & Barrett, N. (2024, June). Designing an ecosystem to promote the development of key student competencies required in the future of work. Paper presented at ICED 2024, Nairobi, Kenya

At the University of Salford our educational purpose is ‘to prepare students for life’. However, understanding students’ experiences of higher education is not always straightforward within institutional structures that quantify their learning, with... Read More about Designing an ecosystem to promote the development of key student competencies required in the future of work.

Salford Twist Mill: Uncovering an Iconic Textile Factory (2024)
Journal Article
Miller, I. (2024). Salford Twist Mill: Uncovering an Iconic Textile Factory. Industrial Archaeology Review, 46(1), https://doi.org/10.1080/03090728.2024.2357425

The Salford Twist Mill of 1799-1801 has attracted much attention as a pioneering example of an iron-framed building, the first textile mill in England to have benefitted from steam heating and one of the earliest buildings in the world to have been p... Read More about Salford Twist Mill: Uncovering an Iconic Textile Factory.

Mathematical modelling of Oxygen diffusion from capillary to tissues during hypoxia through multiple points using fractional balance equations with memory (2024)
Journal Article
Srivastava, V., Tripathi, D., Srivastava, P. K., Kuharat, S., & Anwar Bég, O. (2024). Mathematical modelling of Oxygen diffusion from capillary to tissues during hypoxia through multiple points using fractional balance equations with memory. Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1615/CritRevBiomedEng.2024053461

The diffusion of oxygen through capillary to surrounding tissues through multiple points along the length has been addressed in many clinical studies, largely motivated by disorders including hypoxia. However relatively few analytical or numerical st... Read More about Mathematical modelling of Oxygen diffusion from capillary to tissues during hypoxia through multiple points using fractional balance equations with memory.

The engagement of the UK construction industry towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (2024)
Journal Article
Watts, G. (2024). The engagement of the UK construction industry towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, https://doi.org/10.1108/bepam-12-2022-0198

Purpose (limit 100 words) The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a blueprint for UN member states to achieve prosperity and peace. A resilient construction industry should positively contribute to the achievement of all SDGs. Yet it is curr... Read More about The engagement of the UK construction industry towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

“We” versus “You”: Exploring the Extent of Gendered Language in Purchasing and Supply Management Job Advertisements (2024)
Journal Article
Kelly, S., Hasche, N., Klézl, V., Marshall, D., & Stek, K. (2024). “We” versus “You”: Exploring the Extent of Gendered Language in Purchasing and Supply Management Job Advertisements. International Journal of Procurement Management, 20(3), 365 - 383. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJPM.2024.138966

This paper explores the use of gendered language in purchasing and supply management job advertisements across three English-speaking countries. We use secondary data from a global job advertisement website to analyse the extent to which gendered lan... Read More about “We” versus “You”: Exploring the Extent of Gendered Language in Purchasing and Supply Management Job Advertisements.

Early Versus Late Rapid Force Production During Single Joint Isometric Hamstring Assessment Using Force Plates (2024)
Journal Article
Ripley, N., Barber, R., Fahey, J., & Comfort, P. (in press). Early Versus Late Rapid Force Production During Single Joint Isometric Hamstring Assessment Using Force Plates. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research,

The aim of this study was to assess differences in time-matched early versus late rapid force (RF) development in female soccer players in the 90-90 isometric hamstring assessment. Twenty-one elite female soccer players (age: 20.7 ± 4.7 years; height... Read More about Early Versus Late Rapid Force Production During Single Joint Isometric Hamstring Assessment Using Force Plates.

Mitophagy and cancer: role of BNIP3/BNIP3L as energetic drivers of stemness features, ATP production, proliferation, and cell migration (2024)
Journal Article
Mauro-Lizcano, M., Sotgia, F., & Lisanti, M. P. (in press). Mitophagy and cancer: role of BNIP3/BNIP3L as energetic drivers of stemness features, ATP production, proliferation, and cell migration. Aging, 16(11), 9334—9349. https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.205939

Mitophagy is a selective form of autophagy which permits the removal of dysfunctional or excess mitochondria. This occurs as an adaptative response to physiological stressors, such as hypoxia, nutrient deprivation, or DNA damage. Mitophagy is promote... Read More about Mitophagy and cancer: role of BNIP3/BNIP3L as energetic drivers of stemness features, ATP production, proliferation, and cell migration.

Attitudes of Health Care Providers in Relation to Disability, Saudi Arabia (2024)
Journal Article
Woodman, A., Jaoua, N., Al-Jamea, L. H., Balilla, J., Al Zahrani, E. M., Al-Ansari, R. Y., & Qahtani, S. H. (in press). Attitudes of Health Care Providers in Relation to Disability, Saudi Arabia. #Journal not on list, https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0044-1787109

Background Among the main barriers that prevent people with disabilities from seeking help and support are negative attitudes of society in general and health care professionals in particular. However, only a few studies looked into the attitudes of... Read More about Attitudes of Health Care Providers in Relation to Disability, Saudi Arabia.

Relationship between Self-management and Quality of Life among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: A Cross-Sectional, Correlational Study (2024)
Journal Article
Al Gamal, E., Alnaser, Z., Mohammed, I., Kaliyaperumal, L., AL Qudah, A., Hyarat, S., …Long, T. (2024). Relationship between Self-management and Quality of Life among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: A Cross-Sectional, Correlational Study. #Journal not on list, https://doi.org/10.2174/0118744346309631240517111532

Background Diabetes is managed by prescribed medication and dietary measures to control blood sugar, but self-management is a vital aspect of this management. Self-management is a complex bio-psycho-social phenomenon, a crucial task in monitoring th... Read More about Relationship between Self-management and Quality of Life among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: A Cross-Sectional, Correlational Study.

Exploring the Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Neurodivergent and Neurotypical Young Individuals (2024)
Journal Article
Smusz, M., Allely, C., Birkbeck, C., & Bidgood, A. (2024). Exploring the Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Neurodivergent and Neurotypical Young Individuals. Sexuality and Disability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11195-024-09857-8

Purpose The literature indicates that sexuality education provided in schools/colleges in the United Kingdom (UK) may not be appropriate for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). There appears to be a lack of understanding of the subject rega... Read More about Exploring the Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Neurodivergent and Neurotypical Young Individuals.

Women, Ageing & Wellbeing at Work: Exploring Vulnerabilities Across the Life Course (2024)
Book Chapter
Edge, C., & Lowe, H. (in press). Women, Ageing & Wellbeing at Work: Exploring Vulnerabilities Across the Life Course. In Women, Organizations and Vulnerabilities: Global Archetypes. Bristol: Routledge

This chapter explores the vulnerabilities women face in respect of gendered inequalities that are demonstrated to exist in society including the gender health gap, with evidence from the UK showing how women are disproportionately predisposed to cert... Read More about Women, Ageing & Wellbeing at Work: Exploring Vulnerabilities Across the Life Course.

Numerical study of electroconductive non-Newtonian hybrid nanofluid flow from a stretching rotating disk with a Cattaneo–Christov heat flux model (2024)
Journal Article
Salawu, S. O., Anwar Bég, O., Usman, Bég, T. A., Kuharat, S., & Shamshuddin, M. (in press). Numerical study of electroconductive non-Newtonian hybrid nanofluid flow from a stretching rotating disk with a Cattaneo–Christov heat flux model. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1177/09544089241258019

Motivated by emerging technologies in smart functional nanopolymeric coating systems in pharmaceutical and robotics applications, the convective heat transfer characteristics in swirl coating with a magnetic hybrid power-law rheological nanofluid pol... Read More about Numerical study of electroconductive non-Newtonian hybrid nanofluid flow from a stretching rotating disk with a Cattaneo–Christov heat flux model.

Tafamidis use in amyloid cardiomyopathy (2024)
Journal Article
Robertson, D. (2024). Tafamidis use in amyloid cardiomyopathy. Journal of Prescribing Practice, 6(6), 234-236. https://doi.org/10.12968/jprp.2024.6.6.234

Deborah Robertson provides an overview of recently published articles that may be of interest to non-medical prescribers. Should you wish to look at any of the papers in more detail, a full reference is provided

“I must make the grade!”: the role of cognitive appraisals, irrational beliefs, exam anxiety, and affect, in the academic self-concept of undergraduate students (2024)
Journal Article
Turner, M. J., Evans, A. L., Fortune, G., & Chadha, N. J. (in press). “I must make the grade!”: the role of cognitive appraisals, irrational beliefs, exam anxiety, and affect, in the academic self-concept of undergraduate students. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1080/10615806.2024.2360732

Background and objectives Examination anxiety is a common occurrence, and is potentially detrimental to student attainment. In recent theorizing, it has been suggested that cognitive appraisals, as put forth in cognitive appraisal theory, and irrati... Read More about “I must make the grade!”: the role of cognitive appraisals, irrational beliefs, exam anxiety, and affect, in the academic self-concept of undergraduate students.

Assessing Building Performance in A Low Carbon Home: A comparative study of the energy modelling representing design and as-built phase (2024)
Conference Proceeding
Zhang, X., Fitton, R., Diaz Hernandez, H., Henshaw, G., Sitmalidis, A., Tsang, C., & Swan, W. (in press). Assessing Building Performance in A Low Carbon Home: A comparative study of the energy modelling representing design and as-built phase.

Buildings, as the second-largest carbon emitter, play a significant role in decarbonising efforts to achieve net zero in the UK. The proposed Future Homes Standard aims to ensure a 75-80% reduction in carbon emissions by increasing the building energ... Read More about Assessing Building Performance in A Low Carbon Home: A comparative study of the energy modelling representing design and as-built phase.

Climate Impact on Dissolved Organic Carbon Composition in a North‐Temperate Peatland and Recipient Surface Water (2024)
Journal Article
Berggren, M., Salimi, S., Sparkes, B., & Scholz, M. (2024). Climate Impact on Dissolved Organic Carbon Composition in a North‐Temperate Peatland and Recipient Surface Water. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 129(6), e2023JG007807. https://doi.org/10.1029/2023jg007807

Climate may regulate dissolved organic carbon (DOC) composition across the peat‐water interface, but experimental evidence is scarce. We manipulated the climate in peatland and recipient surface water mesocosms to reflect four different climate warmi... Read More about Climate Impact on Dissolved Organic Carbon Composition in a North‐Temperate Peatland and Recipient Surface Water.

Nested Cinema: An Immersive Fiction-Film Experience (2024)
Journal Article
Prokopic, P. (in press). Nested Cinema: An Immersive Fiction-Film Experience. Leonardo, 57(5), https://doi.org/10.1162/leon_a_02538

Nested Cinema is an original immersive experience that complicates the boundaries between the physical and the virtual, between the real and the imaginary. Nested Cinema reimagines film through the orchestration of technology across three distinct la... Read More about Nested Cinema: An Immersive Fiction-Film Experience.