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Rural homelessness : prevention practices in Wales (2019)
Journal Article
Gibbons, A., Madoc-Jones, I., Ahmed, A., Jones, K., Rogers, M., & Wilding, M. (2020). Rural homelessness : prevention practices in Wales. Social Policy and Society, 19(1), 133-144. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1474746419000368

Homelessness is largely understood as an urban issue and so rural homelessness is to a large extent invisible in both academic literature and in policy and practice discussions, just as it is often invisible in discourses of everyday rural life. This... Read More about Rural homelessness : prevention practices in Wales.

Challenges to implementing the new homelessness prevention agenda in Wales (2019)
Journal Article
Ahmed, A., Madoc-Jones, I., Gibbons, A., Jones, K., Rogers, M., & Wilding, M. (2020). Challenges to implementing the new homelessness prevention agenda in Wales. Social Policy and Society, 19(1), 157-169. https://doi.org/10.1017/S147474641900040X

Devolution presented an opportunity for the Welsh Government to introduce changes to housing and homelessness policy, and the subsequent homelessness reforms are seen as one of the best examples to date of the Welsh Government using its powers. Howev... Read More about Challenges to implementing the new homelessness prevention agenda in Wales.

Realist evaluation of the impact of paediatric nurse practitioner clinics, specialist paediatric nurses, and a children’s community nursing team in deflecting attendance at emergency departments and urgent care centres by children with long-term conditions (2019)
Report
Long, T., & Mitchell, C. (2019). Realist evaluation of the impact of paediatric nurse practitioner clinics, specialist paediatric nurses, and a children’s community nursing team in deflecting attendance at emergency departments and urgent care centres by children with long-term conditions

In 2018, the Greater Manchester Children’s Health and Wellbeing Board developed a 10-point strategy to achieve its objectives, the sixth of which was to reduce unnecessary hospital attendances and admissions for children with long term conditions suc... Read More about Realist evaluation of the impact of paediatric nurse practitioner clinics, specialist paediatric nurses, and a children’s community nursing team in deflecting attendance at emergency departments and urgent care centres by children with long-term conditions.

Visual ethics beyond the crossroads (2019)
Book Chapter
Clark, A. (2020). Visual ethics beyond the crossroads. In L. Pauwels, & D. Mannay (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods (2nd edition) (682-693). Sage

Reporting of ethical approval and informed consent in clinical research published in leading nursing journals : a retrospective observational study (2019)
Journal Article
Zhou, C., Wu, Y., Howarth, M., Hu, M., & Cong, W. (2019). Reporting of ethical approval and informed consent in clinical research published in leading nursing journals : a retrospective observational study. BMC Medical Ethics, 20(1), 94. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12910-019-0431-5

Background: Ethical considerations play a prominent role in the protection of human subjects in clinical research. To date the disclosure of ethical protection in clinical research published in the international nursing journals has not been explored... Read More about Reporting of ethical approval and informed consent in clinical research published in leading nursing journals : a retrospective observational study.

An inquiry into the experience of the dyslexic transactional analysis psychotherapist (2019)
Journal Article
Baker, J., & Widdowson, M. (2020). An inquiry into the experience of the dyslexic transactional analysis psychotherapist. Transactional Analysis Journal, 50(1), 24-40. https://doi.org/10.1080/03621537.2019.1690236

Dyslexia causes difficulties in reading, writing, and information processing and is known to impair academic performance unless adaptations are made to the teaching and learning environment. This article explores some of the ways currently practicing... Read More about An inquiry into the experience of the dyslexic transactional analysis psychotherapist.

Cardiologists' and patients' views about the informed consent process and their understanding of the anticipated treatment benefits of coronary angioplasty : a survey study (2019)
Journal Article
Astin, F., Stephenson, J., Probyn, J., Holt, J., Marshall, K., & Conway, D. (2020). Cardiologists' and patients' views about the informed consent process and their understanding of the anticipated treatment benefits of coronary angioplasty : a survey study. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 19(3), 260-268. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474515119879050

Background: Percutaneous coronary intervention is a common revascularisation technique. Serious complications are uncommon, but death is one of them. Seeking informed consent in advance of percutaneous coronary intervention is mandatory. Research s... Read More about Cardiologists' and patients' views about the informed consent process and their understanding of the anticipated treatment benefits of coronary angioplasty : a survey study.

Child sexual abuse and exploitation (2019)
Book Chapter
Peach, D. (2019). Child sexual abuse and exploitation. In S. Pollock, K. Parkinson, & I. Cummins (Eds.), Social Work and Society: Political and Ideological Perspectives (185-199). Bristol, UK: Policy Press

The sexual abuse and exploitation of children has endured, and continues, on what is arguably an unimaginable scale, with the World Health Organization (WHO and ISPCAN, 2006) estimating that worldwide 223 million children experience child sexual abus... Read More about Child sexual abuse and exploitation.

Wasted lives in scapegoat Britain : overlaps and departures between migration studies and disability studies (2019)
Journal Article
Duda-Mikulin, E., Scullion, L., & Currie, R. (2020). Wasted lives in scapegoat Britain : overlaps and departures between migration studies and disability studies. Disability and Society, 35(9), 1373-1397. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2019.1690428

The focus of this paper is to consider how disability studies and migration studies may be brought into further conversation with one another. While their experiences overlap and intersect in many ways, the lives of disabled people and migrants have... Read More about Wasted lives in scapegoat Britain : overlaps and departures between migration studies and disability studies.

It takes a community to care for the sick and disabled (2019)
Journal Article
MacVane Phipps, F. (2019). It takes a community to care for the sick and disabled. International Journal of Health Governance, 24(4), https://doi.org/10.1108/IJHG-09-2019-0065

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide a broad overview of the articles published in the current issue. Design/methodology/approach The review editor reads all articles accepted for the current issue of IJHG, identifying common theme... Read More about It takes a community to care for the sick and disabled.

Work, welfare and wellbeing? The impacts of welfare conditionality on people with mental health impairments in the UK (2019)
Journal Article
Dwyer, P., Scullion, L., Jones, K., McNeill, J., & Stewart, A. (2020). Work, welfare and wellbeing? The impacts of welfare conditionality on people with mental health impairments in the UK. Social Policy and Administration, 54(2), 311-326. https://doi.org/10.1111/spol.12560

The personal, economic and social costs of mental ill-health are increasingly acknowledged by many governments and international organisations. Simultaneously, in high income nations the reach of welfare conditionality has extended to encompass many... Read More about Work, welfare and wellbeing? The impacts of welfare conditionality on people with mental health impairments in the UK.

Optimising paediatric afferent component early warning systems : a hermeneutic systematic literature review and model development (2019)
Journal Article
Jacob, N., Moriarty, Y., Lloyd, A., Mann, M., Tume, L., Sefton, G., …Allen, D. (2019). Optimising paediatric afferent component early warning systems : a hermeneutic systematic literature review and model development. BMJ Open, 9(11), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-028796

Objective: To identify the core components of successful early warning systems for detecting and initiating action in response to clinical deterioration in paediatric inpatients. Methods: A hermeneutic systematic literature review informed by tra... Read More about Optimising paediatric afferent component early warning systems : a hermeneutic systematic literature review and model development.

Policy transfer and part 2 of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014 (2019)
Journal Article
Wilding, M., Madoc-Jones, I., Ahmed, A., Gibbons, A., Jones, K., & Rogers, M. (2020). Policy transfer and part 2 of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014. Social Policy and Society, 19(1), 171-182. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1474746419000344

Part 2 of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014and its implementation has been keenly observed by governments outside of Wales, as they continue to search for policy solutions to help address the homelessness crisis.This paper examines the extent to whichther... Read More about Policy transfer and part 2 of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014.

Homelessness prevention policy in an international context : The Housing Act (Wales) 2014 (2019)
Journal Article
Ahmed, A., & Madoc-Jones, I. (2020). Homelessness prevention policy in an international context : The Housing Act (Wales) 2014. Social Policy and Society, 19(1), 95-108. https://doi.org/10.1017/S147474641900037X

A review article preceding a series of articles in this special issue considering specific aspects of the impacts and implementation processes of the Welsh legislation – we contextualise the introduction of the prevention agenda in Wales by defining... Read More about Homelessness prevention policy in an international context : The Housing Act (Wales) 2014.

Fine balance between pragmatism and rigidness in system approaches to acute care (2019)
Journal Article
Roland, D., Rowland, A., Cotterill, S., Heal, C., Woby, S., Garratt, N., …Long, A. (2019). Fine balance between pragmatism and rigidness in system approaches to acute care. BMJ, 367, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l6226

Reluctance of the Royal College of General Practitioners to endorse NEWS2 (the second iteration of the national early warning score) has surprised some and been supported by others.1 This dichotomy over what seems to be a proved safety measure shows... Read More about Fine balance between pragmatism and rigidness in system approaches to acute care.

Promoting the consumer voice : the role of Healthwatch Salford's Enter and View programme (2019)
Journal Article
Leigh, J., Lawson, D., Griffin, S., & Yates Bolton, N. (2019). Promoting the consumer voice : the role of Healthwatch Salford's Enter and View programme. Nursing and Residential Care, 21(11), 621-624. https://doi.org/10.12968/nrec.2019.21.11.621

The daily business of running a care home means that, outside of regulatory inspections, assessing and improving the user experience can often be forgotten. Healthwatch Salford discuss their process of gaining constructive feedback using their innova... Read More about Promoting the consumer voice : the role of Healthwatch Salford's Enter and View programme.