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OpenAIR@RGU is the open access institutional repository of Robert Gordon University. It contains examples of research outputs produced by staff and research students, as well as related information about the university's funded projects and staff research interests. Further information is available in the repository policy. Any questions about submissions to the repository or problems with access to any of its content should be sent to the Publications Team at publications@rgu.ac.uk



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Frantz Fanon’s revolutionary contribution. (2020)
Book Chapter
HARMS SMITH, L. 2020. Frantz Fanon's revolutionary contribution. In Morley, C., Ablett, P., Noble, C. and Cowden, S. (eds.) The Routledge handbook of critical pedagogies for social work. London: Routledge [online], pages 399-411. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351002042-33

There are many reasons why Frantz Fanon’s work is relevant today. Given ongoing Coloniality evident in global power asymmetries and neoliberal economic arrangements with grave levels of global (and within-state) inequality, Fanon’s characterisation o... Read More about Frantz Fanon’s revolutionary contribution..

Explaining the relationship between religiosity and increased wellbeing avoidance of identity threat as a key factor. (2020)
Journal Article
PHILLIPS, R., CONNELLY, V. and BURGESS, M. [2020]. Explaining the relationship between religiosity and increased wellbeing avoidance of identity threat as a key factor. Journal of beliefs and values [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13617672.2020.1799152

Previous research outlines a relationship between religiosity and increased mental and physical wellbeing. However, to date findings from quantitative and qualitative research do not offer an unambiguous explanation for this relationship. The study a... Read More about Explaining the relationship between religiosity and increased wellbeing avoidance of identity threat as a key factor..

Investigating the incidence, nature, severity and potential causality of medication errors in hospital settings in Qatar. (2020)
Journal Article
THOMAS, B., PALLIVALAPILA, A., EL KASSEM, W., AL HAIL, M., PAUDYAL, V., MCLAY, J., MACLURE, K. and STEWART, D. 2020. Investigating the incidence, nature, severity and potential causality of medication errors in hospital settings in Qatar. International journal of clinical pharmacy [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11096-020-01108-y

Background: Medication errors are a major public health concern that negatively impact patient safety and health outcomes. Effective and efficient medication error reporting systems and practices are imperative in reducing error incidence and severit... Read More about Investigating the incidence, nature, severity and potential causality of medication errors in hospital settings in Qatar..

Implementation and adoption of nationwide electronic health records in secondary care in England: final qualitative results from prospective national evaluation in "early adopter" hospitals. (2011)
Journal Article
SHEIKH, A., CORNFORD, T., BARBER, N., AVERY, A., TAKIAN, A., LICHTNER, V., PETRAKAKI, D., CROWE, S., MARSDEN, K., ROBERTSON, A., MORRISON, Z., KLECUN, E. PRESCOTT, R., QUINN, C., JANI, Y., FIOCOCIELLO, M., VOUTSINA, K., PATON, J., FERNANDO, B., JACKLIN, A. and CRESSWELL, K. 2011. Implementation and adoption of nationwide electronic health records in secondary care in England: final qualitative results from prospective national evaluation in 'early adopter' hospitals. BMJ [online], 343(7829) article ID d6054. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.d6054

Objectives: To evaluate the implementation and adoption of the NHS detailed care records service in 'early adopter' hospitals in England. Design: Theoretically informed, longitudinal qualitative evaluation based on case studies. Setting: 12 'early ad... Read More about Implementation and adoption of nationwide electronic health records in secondary care in England: final qualitative results from prospective national evaluation in "early adopter" hospitals..

Correction: “There are too many, but never enough": qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression. (2012)
Journal Article
CRESSWELL, K., MORRISON, Z., KALRA, D. and SHEIKH, A. 2012. Correction: “There are too many, but never enough": qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression. PLoS ONE [online], 7(10). Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371...-4c30-b966-243f010a0a1b

This is a correction to the article published in a previous issue of PLoS ONE.


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