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Salami slicing: clarifying common misconceptions for social science early-career researchers. (2022)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. 2022. Salami slicing: clarifying common misconceptions for social science early-career researchers. SN social sciences [online], 2(7), article 88. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s43545-022-00389-6

The term Salami Slicing is used often within academia to refer to the needless separation of a single research study, attached data set, and argument, that should form a single publication, into two or several separate publications for submission in... Read More about Salami slicing: clarifying common misconceptions for social science early-career researchers..

An independent evaluation of the Queen's Nurse Development Programme (QNDP). [Infographic summary] (2021)
Digital Artefact
KENNEDY, C., MACIVER, E., TEODOROWSKI, P., ADAMS, N. and GRANT, A. 2021. An independent evaluation of the Queen's Nurse Development Programme (QNDP). [Infographic summary]. Hosted on Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland [online]. Available from: https://www.qnis.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/QNDP_Infographic_FINAL_NA_SA_2.pdf

Research conducted by Robert Gordon University (RGU) evaluated the experiences of the first community nurses to complete the Queen’s Nurse Development Programme (QNDP) and has found participants experienced a transformative journey with notable self-... Read More about An independent evaluation of the Queen's Nurse Development Programme (QNDP). [Infographic summary].

The Queen's Nurse Programme: an independent evaluation from Robert Gordon University (RGU). [Digital Advert] (2021)
Digital Artefact
KENNEDY, C., MACIVER, E., TEODOROWSKI, P., ADAMS, N. and GRANT, A. 2021. The Queen's Nurse Programme: an independent evaluation from Robert Gordon University (RGU). [Digital Advert]. Hosted on Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland [online]. Available from: https://www.qnis.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Digital-advert-1920-x-1080.pdf

Six years on from the initial consideration of a Queen's Nurse Development Programme (QNDP) for Scotland, there is now a growing community of more than 100 Queen's Nurses in Scotland making ripples across the country, acting as role models and passio... Read More about The Queen's Nurse Programme: an independent evaluation from Robert Gordon University (RGU). [Digital Advert].

A real time, longitudinal, qualitative evaluation of the first two cohorts to participate in the Queen’s Nurse Development Programme. (2021)
Report
KENNEDY, C., MACIVER, E., TEODOROWSKI, P., ADAMS, N. and GRANT, A. 2021. A real time, longitudinal, qualitative evaluation of the first two cohorts to participate in the Queen’s Nurse Development Programme. Evaluation report. Aberdeen: Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland [online]. Available from: https://www.qnis.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/QNDP-Final-Report_Typeset-1.pdf

Background: The Queens Nurse Development Programme (QNDP) has been delivered to community nurses in Scotland since 2017, born out of a commitment to reintroduce the Queen’s Nurse title in Scotland after 50 years. The aim of the QNDP was to connect in... Read More about A real time, longitudinal, qualitative evaluation of the first two cohorts to participate in the Queen’s Nurse Development Programme..

Examining oilmen's notions of ‘fatherhood masculinity’ as a pathway to understand increased offshore oilfield safety behaviours. (2021)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. 2022. Examining oilmen’s notions of ‘fatherhood masculinity’ as a pathway to understand increased offshore oilfield safety behaviours. Safety science [online], 145, article 105501. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2021.105501

This study explores how notions of fatherhood masculine identity held by offshore oilfield workers positively influenced safety and risk predispositions in the workplace. Findings are based on a ‘rapid’, two week, embedded ethnography of a remote off... Read More about Examining oilmen's notions of ‘fatherhood masculinity’ as a pathway to understand increased offshore oilfield safety behaviours..

Developing a socioecological framework of understanding to deconstruct the complex personal growth narratives of health and social care students, entering healthcare practice early during the Covid-19 pandemic. (2021)
Presentation / Conference
ADAMS, N.N., BUTLER-WARKE, A., TORRANCE, N., GRANT, A., KENNEDY, C., KYDD, A., CUNNINGHAM, S. and DOUGLAS, F. 2021. Developing a socioecological framework of understanding to deconstruct the complex personal growth narratives of health and social care students, entering healthcare practice early during the Covid-19 pandemic. Presented at 2021 British Sociological Association (BSA) annual conference: remaking the future, 13 April 2021, [virtual conference].

During the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant lockdown, UK health and social care students were offered the opportunity to become ‘early entrants’: nursing and midwifery students were asked to enter extended paid placements, while some student pharmacis... Read More about Developing a socioecological framework of understanding to deconstruct the complex personal growth narratives of health and social care students, entering healthcare practice early during the Covid-19 pandemic..

Collaborate and die! Exploring different understandings of organisational cooperation within Scotland's uncertain North Sea oil and gas industry. (2021)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. and MUELLER-HIRTH, N. 2021. Collaborate and die! Exploring different understandings of organisational cooperation within Scotland's uncertain North Sea oil and gas industry. Energy research and social science [online], 73, article ID 101909. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2021.101909

This study ethnographically explores how collaboration is enacted within two differently structured sub-sea engineering organisations local to the oil & gas industry in Aberdeen, Scotland. Literature suggests organisational collaboration practices ar... Read More about Collaborate and die! Exploring different understandings of organisational cooperation within Scotland's uncertain North Sea oil and gas industry..

Do newer antidepressant drugs really have reduced side effects? Examining a random "real world" sample of 300+ receivers of medications. (2020)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. 2020. Do newer antidepressant drugs really have reduced side effects? Examining a random "real world" sample of 300+ receivers of medications. IAFOR Journal of psychology and the behavioral sciences [online], 6(1), article number 05, pages 75-100. Available from: https://doi.org/10.22492/ijpbs.6.1.05

Newer antidepressant drugs are frequently cited as having reduced side effect profiles to that of their older counterparts. However, recent studies have begun to dispute this claim, citing selective sampling, short clinical trials, and clinical trial... Read More about Do newer antidepressant drugs really have reduced side effects? Examining a random "real world" sample of 300+ receivers of medications..

North-east COVID-19 observatory: issue 5. (2020)
Other
KYDD, A., TEODOROWSKI, P., PAPADATOU, Z., VELO HIGUERAS, M., MACLEAN, C. and OZA, R. (eds.) 2020. North-east COVID-19 observatory: issue 5. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.

Welcome to our fifth themed issue in which we are focusing on gender issues. We have two guest speakers to provide a male and female perspective, and we have provided resources that address the oft-marginalised gender groups.