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The identification and management of depression in UK Kidney Care: Results from the Mood Maps Study (2024)
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Chilcot, J., Pearce, C. J., Hall, N., Busby, A. D., Hawkins, J., Vraitch, B., …Farrington, K. (in press). The identification and management of depression in UK Kidney Care: Results from the Mood Maps Study. Journal of Renal Care, 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1111/jorc.12489

Background: Depression is common in people with chronic kidney disease, yet little is known about how depression is identified and managed as part of routine kidney care. Objectives: The primary objective was to survey all UK adult kidney centres to... Read More about The identification and management of depression in UK Kidney Care: Results from the Mood Maps Study.

A Mixed Methods Study Investigating Mortality and Morbidity Associated with Urinary Incontinence During Older Womens Secondary Care Admissions and Exploring Nurses Experiences of Delivering Related Care (U-INconti)- a research protocol (2023)
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Iles-Smith, H., & McMillan, I. (2023). A Mixed Methods Study Investigating Mortality and Morbidity Associated with Urinary Incontinence During Older Womens Secondary Care Admissions and Exploring Nurses Experiences of Delivering Related Care (U-INconti)- a research protocol. BMJ Open, 13, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-067937

Introduction Urinary incontinence (UI) is associated with increasing age and is more frequently experienced by women. Despite 40% prevalence in the community, little is known about the prevalence/incidence of UI in older women during hospital admiss... Read More about A Mixed Methods Study Investigating Mortality and Morbidity Associated with Urinary Incontinence During Older Womens Secondary Care Admissions and Exploring Nurses Experiences of Delivering Related Care (U-INconti)- a research protocol.

The impact of COVID-19 on children, young people, and families in Sihanoukville, Cambodia: the mitigating work of M'Lop Tapang (2023)
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Kelly, A., Guest, K., Chamroeun, U., Sinat, D., & Graeme, A. (in press). The impact of COVID-19 on children, young people, and families in Sihanoukville, Cambodia: the mitigating work of M'Lop Tapang. Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing,

Globally, children have been adversely affected by the wide variety of impacts of SARS-CoV-2 (Coronavirus | COVID-19). Vulnerable children who depend on the support of education and health and social care systems were left unprotected as these system... Read More about The impact of COVID-19 on children, young people, and families in Sihanoukville, Cambodia: the mitigating work of M'Lop Tapang.

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy with Clients who are Neurodivergent: Experiences and Practice Recommendations (2023)
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Bowers, C., & Widdowson, M. (2023). Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy with Clients who are Neurodivergent: Experiences and Practice Recommendations. International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research, 14(1), 32-54. https://doi.org/10.29044/v14i1p32

This qualitative research study uses Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) (Smith, Flowers & Larkin, 2009; Smith & Nizza, 2022) to explore how Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy can be used effectively with clients who are neurodivergent.... Read More about Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy with Clients who are Neurodivergent: Experiences and Practice Recommendations.

Exploring support, experiences and needs of older women and health professionals to inform a self-management package for urinary incontinence: a qualitative study (2023)
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Fu, Y., Jackson, C., Nelson, E. A., Iles-Smith, H., & McGowan, L. (2023). Exploring support, experiences and needs of older women and health professionals to inform a self-management package for urinary incontinence: a qualitative study. BMJ Open, 13(7), e071831. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-071831

Objectives: Many women attempt to manage urinary incontinence (UI) independently with variable success while health professionals may be unaware of their needs. This study aimed to (1) understand older women’s experiences of UI, their self-management... Read More about Exploring support, experiences and needs of older women and health professionals to inform a self-management package for urinary incontinence: a qualitative study.

The Application of the Path to Intended Violence Model and the TRAP-18 in the Case of the Christchurch Mosque Shooter (2023)
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Allely, C., Wicks, S., & McLaren, S. (in press). The Application of the Path to Intended Violence Model and the TRAP-18 in the Case of the Christchurch Mosque Shooter. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management,

Objectives and Method: In this case analysis, we applied the Path to Intended Violence model (PTIV) and the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18) in order to study the 28-year-old shooter (herein referred to as BT) who perpetrated tw... Read More about The Application of the Path to Intended Violence Model and the TRAP-18 in the Case of the Christchurch Mosque Shooter.

Urinary Incontinence in women 55yrs and older: A scoping review to understand prevalence, incidence, and mortality of UI during secondary care admission (2023)
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Iles-Smith, H., McMillan, I., Rosson, L., McCarthy, R., Haas- Eckersley, R., Russell, M., … McGowan, L. (2023). Urinary Incontinence in women 55yrs and older: A scoping review to understand prevalence, incidence, and mortality of UI during secondary care admission. Women's Health, https://doi.org/10.1177/17455057231179061

Background Up to 40% of older women living in the community experience urinary incontinence (UI). In community settings, UI impacts the quality of life, morbidity, and mortality rates. However, little is known about UI and its impact on older women... Read More about Urinary Incontinence in women 55yrs and older: A scoping review to understand prevalence, incidence, and mortality of UI during secondary care admission.

Achieving consensus on psychosocial and physical rehabilitation management for people living with kidney disease (2023)
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Coyne, E., Briggs, J., Loud, F., Bristow, P., Young, H. M. L., Castle, E. M., …Greenwood, S. A. (2023). Achieving consensus on psychosocial and physical rehabilitation management for people living with kidney disease. Clinical Kidney Journal, 16(11), 2185–2193. https://doi.org/10.1093/ckj/sfad116

People living with chronic kidney disease (CKD) need to be able to live well with their condition. The provision of psychosocial interventions (psychological, psychiatric and social care) and physical rehabilitation management is variable across Engl... Read More about Achieving consensus on psychosocial and physical rehabilitation management for people living with kidney disease.

‘Why would you swap your nice warm van, where you can eat your butties and listen to the radio?’ Mainstreaming a niche of cycle logistics in the United Kingdom (2023)
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Sherriff, G., Blazejewski, L., & Davies, N. (in press). ‘Why would you swap your nice warm van, where you can eat your butties and listen to the radio?’ Mainstreaming a niche of cycle logistics in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science, 99, 103062. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2023.103062

Due to a high level of dependency on fossil fuels, transport is not only a priority for decarbonsation but also a particularly challenging sector to decarbonise. Significant low-carbon energy transitions in mobility will require changes in practices,... Read More about ‘Why would you swap your nice warm van, where you can eat your butties and listen to the radio?’ Mainstreaming a niche of cycle logistics in the United Kingdom.

PROTOCOL: Domestic abuse interventions for mothers in or exiting prison: an evidence and gap map (2023)
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Rogers, M., Lockwood, K., Speake, E., & Campbell, F. (2023). PROTOCOL: Domestic abuse interventions for mothers in or exiting prison: an evidence and gap map. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1002/cl2.1313

This is the protocol for a evidence and gap map. The objectives are as follows: to identify existing research and gaps in evidence according to the types of interventions, settings, study design and outcomes; to use the EGM findings to inform subsequ... Read More about PROTOCOL: Domestic abuse interventions for mothers in or exiting prison: an evidence and gap map.

Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes? (2023)
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Day, A., Clark, A., & Hazel, N. (2023). Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes?. Journal of Children's Services, https://doi.org/10.1108/JCS.0220220011

Purpose The disproportionate representation in juvenile justice systems of children who are, or have been, in the care of the state is a major cause of concern internationally. However, the experiences of this particular group are largely absent fro... Read More about Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes?.

‘Not the last resort’: The impact of an interprofessional training care home initiative on students, staff, and residents (2023)
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Kelly, S., Stephens, M., Clark, A., Chesterton, L., & Hubbard, L. (2023). ‘Not the last resort’: The impact of an interprofessional training care home initiative on students, staff, and residents. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 37(5), 774-782. https://doi.org/10.1080/13561820.2023.2168258

This paper reports on an innovative interprofessional education (IPE) initiative conducted in three care homes across Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom (UK). Students from a variety of professions including nursing, physiotherapy, social work,... Read More about ‘Not the last resort’: The impact of an interprofessional training care home initiative on students, staff, and residents.

Time to change the reference ranges of children’s physiological observations in emergency care? A prospective study (2023)
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Brennan, L., Heal, C., Brown, S., Roland, D., & Rowland, A. (2023). Time to change the reference ranges of children’s physiological observations in emergency care? A prospective study. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, https://doi.org/10.1111/jpc.16328

Background High heart and respiratory rates are key indicators in many published guidelines to identify and treat serious bacterial infection and sepsis in children but the credibility of evidence underpinning what is considered abnormal is questi... Read More about Time to change the reference ranges of children’s physiological observations in emergency care? A prospective study.

Approaches to the identification and management of depression in people living with chronic kidney disease: a scoping review of 860 papers (2023)
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Pearce, C., Hall, N., Hudson, J., Farrington, K., Ryan Tucker, M., Wellsted, D., …Chilcot, J. (2023). Approaches to the identification and management of depression in people living with chronic kidney disease: a scoping review of 860 papers. Journal of Renal Care, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1111/jorc.12458

Background Depression is prevalent across the spectrum of Chronic Kidney Disease and associated with poorer outcomes. There is limited evidence regarding the most effective interventions and care pathways for depression in Chronic Kidney Disease.... Read More about Approaches to the identification and management of depression in people living with chronic kidney disease: a scoping review of 860 papers.

Systematic review of the evidence to support expert practice in the education and care of children and young people with special educational needs and disability in the UK (2022)
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Clarry, L., Wood, A., & Long, T. (in press). Systematic review of the evidence to support expert practice in the education and care of children and young people with special educational needs and disability in the UK. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, https://doi.org/10.1111/1471-3802.12589

Scopus, Ebsco, ERIC, and British Education Index were interrogated in a systematic review of primary research since 2014 addressing expert practice and outcomes in education and care for young people with special educational needs and disability in t... Read More about Systematic review of the evidence to support expert practice in the education and care of children and young people with special educational needs and disability in the UK.

Higher rates of bullying reported by “white” males: gender and ethno-racial intersections and bullying in the workplace (2022)
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Patel, T., Kamerade, D., & Carr, L. (2022). Higher rates of bullying reported by “white” males: gender and ethno-racial intersections and bullying in the workplace. Work, Employment and Society, https://doi.org/10.1177/09500170221134397

Existing workplace bullying literature suggests that ethno-racial minorities and women are more likely be bullied in relation to their ethnicity, race, or gender. However, very few studies apply an intersectional framework of analysis to consider f... Read More about Higher rates of bullying reported by “white” males: gender and ethno-racial intersections and bullying in the workplace.

Incivility impacts on sense of belonging in undergraduate nursing students (2022)
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Heaslip, V., & Crossthwaite, G. (2022). Incivility impacts on sense of belonging in undergraduate nursing students. Evidence-Based Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2022.103320

Commentary on: Patel SE, Chrisman M, Russell CL, Lasiter S, Bennett K, Pahls M. Cross-sectional study of the relationship between experiences of incivility from staff nurses and undergraduate nursing students’ sense of belonging to the nursing profes... Read More about Incivility impacts on sense of belonging in undergraduate nursing students.

Experiences of vulnerability in adult male prisoners: an integrative review (2022)
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Heaslip, V., Dugdale, C., Parker, J., Johnsen, B., & Hean, S. (2022). Experiences of vulnerability in adult male prisoners: an integrative review. Prison Journal, 103(1), 122-153. https://doi.org/10.1177/00328855221139868

Vulnerability linked to offenders tends to focus on victims and society. Understanding prisoner vulnerability, is important to better address the negative impact of prison life. This paper reviews the evidence on vulnerability reported by male prison... Read More about Experiences of vulnerability in adult male prisoners: an integrative review.