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Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and Investigative interviewing : a systematic review highlighting clinical and legal implications and recommendations (2021)
Journal Article
Gilbert, D., Allely, C., Mukherjee, R., & Cook, P. (2022). Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and Investigative interviewing : a systematic review highlighting clinical and legal implications and recommendations. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 40(1), 170-185. https://doi.org/10.1002/bsl.2552

Individuals with foetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are estimated to be 19 times more likely to encounter the criminal justice system (CJS) in comparison to individuals without FASD. During encounters with the CJS, investigative interviews are... Read More about Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and Investigative interviewing : a systematic review highlighting clinical and legal implications and recommendations.

The need for children's advocacy centres : hearing the voices of children (2021)
Journal Article
Cook, D., Livesley, J., Long, T., Sam, M., & Rowland, A. (2021). The need for children's advocacy centres : hearing the voices of children. Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1080/24694193.2021.1989085

Children and young people (CYP) can be empowered to take on roles as agents of change in their own communities. CYP want to be heard and should be actively involved in the coproduction, design and development of services aimed at them to ensure that... Read More about The need for children's advocacy centres : hearing the voices of children.

What matters more for employees' mental health : job quality or job quantity? (2021)
Journal Article
Wang, S., Kamerāde, D., Burchell, B., Coutts, A., & Balderson, U. (2021). What matters more for employees' mental health : job quality or job quantity?. Cambridge Journal of Economics, beab054. https://doi.org/10.1093/cje/beab054

Recent debates about whether the standard full-time working week (35-40 hours) can be replaced by a shorter working week have received extensive attention. Using 2015 European Working Conditions Survey data, this study contributes to these debates... Read More about What matters more for employees' mental health : job quality or job quantity?.

Chapter 5 : Learning theory for personal and professional development (2021)
Book Chapter
Leigh, J., & Warburton, T. (2021). Chapter 5 : Learning theory for personal and professional development. In A. Darvill, M. Stephens, & J. Leigh (Eds.), Transition to nursing practice : from student to registered nurse (second edition) (99-118). SAGE Publications

One of our defining features as human beings is an enormous capacity to learn new things, be they skills, behaviours or bodies of knowledge. It is something that starts at birth, continues to the grave and shapes our lives at every point in between.... Read More about Chapter 5 : Learning theory for personal and professional development.

Chapter 6 : Identifying and developing clinical leadership in relation to transition (2021)
Book Chapter
Leigh, J., & Chadwick, A. (2021). Chapter 6 : Identifying and developing clinical leadership in relation to transition. In A. Darvill, M. Stephens, & J. Leigh (Eds.), Transition to nursing practice : from student to registered nurse (second edition) (119-135). SAGE Publications

This chapter will explore the concepts of leadership and management. This chapter will first define leadership and management and then discuss what is meant by clinical leadership. Next, self-assessment will be applied to help determine areas of lead... Read More about Chapter 6 : Identifying and developing clinical leadership in relation to transition.

Chapter 9 : Contemporary issues and trends in nursing (2021)
Book Chapter
Stephens, M., Vasilica, C., Davis, D., Darvill, A., Leigh, J., & Priestley, C. (2021). Chapter 9 : Contemporary issues and trends in nursing. In A. Darvill, M. Stephens, & J. Leigh (Eds.), Transition to nursing practice : from student to registered nurse (second edition) (194-216). SAGE Publications

The purpose of this chapter is to increase your awareness of what contemporary issues are and your roles and responsibilities in responding to these contemporary issues as they arise. This will include issues that cause discomfort or make you think d... Read More about Chapter 9 : Contemporary issues and trends in nursing.

The Ostrich Community Internet-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy program for distress related to carrying debt : a digital hand to help people to face up to and cope with debt (2021)
Book Chapter
Dubrow-Marshall, L., & Smail, D. (2022). The Ostrich Community Internet-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy program for distress related to carrying debt : a digital hand to help people to face up to and cope with debt. In J. Prescott (Ed.), Digital Innovations for Mental Health Support (18-36). Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-7991-6.ch002

Many individuals struggling with debt will experience associated psychological stress that negatively impacts on both their physical and psychological health (Elliott, 2016). People in debt may be too ashamed to participate in support groups or to se... Read More about The Ostrich Community Internet-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy program for distress related to carrying debt : a digital hand to help people to face up to and cope with debt.

Digitising creative psychological therapy : Arts for the Blues (A4B) (2021)
Book Chapter
Farish-Edwards, F., Parsons, A., Starkey, J., Dubrow-Marshall, L., Thurston, S., Omylinska-Thurston, J., & Karkou, V. (2022). Digitising creative psychological therapy : Arts for the Blues (A4B). In J. Prescott (Ed.), Digital Innovations for Mental Health Support (1-17). Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-7991-6.ch001

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a need to adapt and develop psychological interventions that address the mental health of those in need. As a result, Arts for the Blues (A4B), an evidence-based creative group psychotherapy model,... Read More about Digitising creative psychological therapy : Arts for the Blues (A4B).

Improving outcomes for children affected by parental involvement with the criminal justice system in Scotland (2021)
Journal Article
Long, T., Lockwood, K., Loucks, N., Nugent, B., Raikes, B., Sharratt, K., & Gallagher, L. (2021). Improving outcomes for children affected by parental involvement with the criminal justice system in Scotland. Applied Research in Quality of Life, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11482-021-10012-0

With 20-27,000 children in Scotland experiencing a parent’s imprisonment and many more their parent’s involvement in the wider criminal justice system, it is vital that children’s needs and preferences are understood and acted upon. Parental imprison... Read More about Improving outcomes for children affected by parental involvement with the criminal justice system in Scotland.

Active neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester : summary and recommendations (2021)
Report
Larrington-Spencer, H., Sherriff, A., & Price, A. (2021). Active neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester : summary and recommendations

Active neighbourhoods are being introduced across Greater Manchester as part of the Bee Network. Active neighbourhoods are places where people are prioritised over vehicles and are part of a policy landscape seeking to connect place and mobility and... Read More about Active neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester : summary and recommendations.

Active neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester : qualitative insights into resident experiences across four case study interventions (Full report) (2021)
Report
Larrington-Spencer, H., Sherriff, A., & Price, A. (2021). Active neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester : qualitative insights into resident experiences across four case study interventions (Full report)

Active neighbourhoods are being introduced across Greater Manchester as part of the Bee Network. Active neighbourhoods are places where people are prioritised over vehicles and are part of a policy landscape seeking to connect place and mobility and... Read More about Active neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester : qualitative insights into resident experiences across four case study interventions (Full report).

“Lockdown's changed everything” : mothering adult children in prison in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic (2021)
Journal Article
Lockwood, K. (2021). “Lockdown's changed everything” : mothering adult children in prison in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic. Probation Journal, 68(4), 458-475. https://doi.org/10.1177/02645505211050855

The Covid-19 pandemic occurred at a time when families of prisoners were gaining visibility in both academia and policy. Research exploring the experiences of families of prison residents has tended to focus on intimate partners and children, despite... Read More about “Lockdown's changed everything” : mothering adult children in prison in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Female Genital Mutilation (2021)
Book Chapter
Mulongo, P., Rowland, A., & McAndrew, S. Female Genital Mutilation. In P. Ali, & M. Rogers (Eds.), A comprehensive guide to gender-based violence. The University of Sheffield. Manuscript submitted for publication

This chapter explores the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM). Common terminology, definitions, and the differing types of FGM will be considered, together with the identification of countries where it is practiced and its global prevalence.... Read More about Female Genital Mutilation.

COVID sex lives : survey 2 report (2021)
Report
Garwood-Cross, L., Hakim, J., Hinds, R., Katz, R., Light, B., Mercer, J., …Upton, M. (2021). COVID sex lives : survey 2 report

This report presents initial findings from the second survey of Covid Sex Lives project. Public health measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus are translated into media messaging by organisations that target the health of different groups. Thi... Read More about COVID sex lives : survey 2 report.

Biosciences for antibiotic resistance : a mixed methods study assessing the level of knowledge and learning experiences among preregistration nursing students in Uganda (2021)
Thesis
Nantamu, M. Biosciences for antibiotic resistance : a mixed methods study assessing the level of knowledge and learning experiences among preregistration nursing students in Uganda. (Thesis). University of Salford

Biosciences form the basis on which our understanding of human biology and body functions is established. They guide nurses to detect risks to health and improve and sustain health through informed decisions. Task-shifting has expanded the scope of p... Read More about Biosciences for antibiotic resistance : a mixed methods study assessing the level of knowledge and learning experiences among preregistration nursing students in Uganda.

Dementia and place : practices, experiences and connections (2021)
Book
Ward, R., Clark, A., & Phillipson, L. (2021). Dementia and place : practices, experiences and connections. Bristol: Policy Press

Giving voice to the lived experiences of people with dementia across the globe, including Australia, Canada, Sweden and the UK, this critical and evidence-based collection engages with the realities of life for people living with dementia at home and... Read More about Dementia and place : practices, experiences and connections.

Introduction : placing dementia (2021)
Book Chapter
Phillipson, L., Clark, A., & Ward, R. (2021). Introduction : placing dementia. In R. Ward, A. Clark, & L. Phillipson (Eds.), Dementia and place : practices, experiences and connections. Bristol: Policy Press

Conclusion : dementia emplaced (2021)
Book Chapter
Clark, A., Ward, R., & Phillipson, L. (2021). Conclusion : dementia emplaced. In R. Ward, A. Clark, & L. Phillipson (Eds.), Dementia and place: practices, experiences and connections (208-217). Bristol: Policy Press