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Provision of dietary education in UK-based cardiac rehabilitation: a cross-sectional survey conducted in conjunction with the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation. (2023)
Journal Article
JAMES, E., BUTLER, T., NICHOLS, S., GOODALL, S. and O'DOHERTY, A.F. 2023. Provision of dietary education in UK-based cardiac rehabilitation: a cross-sectional survey conducted in conjunction with the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation. British journal of nutrition [online], First View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007114523002374

Dietary education is a core component of cardiac rehabilitation (CR). It is unknown how or what dietary education is delivered across the United Kingdom (UK). We aimed to characterise practitioners who deliver dietary education in UK CR and determine... Read More about Provision of dietary education in UK-based cardiac rehabilitation: a cross-sectional survey conducted in conjunction with the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation..

Current landscape of ecological momentary assessment (real-time data) methodology in cancer research: a systematic review. (2023)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., ARMITAGE, L. and TURNER, M. 2023. Current landscape of ecological momentary assessment (real-time data) methodology in cancer research: a systematic review. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(6), article number 151514. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2023.151514

To critically synthesize and describe the use and methods of ecological momentary assessment (EMA) in cancer research. A systematic review was conducted and has been reported according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-... Read More about Current landscape of ecological momentary assessment (real-time data) methodology in cancer research: a systematic review..

Decision‐making in nursing research and practice: application of the cognitive continuum theory: a meta‐aggregative systematic review. (2023)
Journal Article
O'CONNOR, T., GIBSON, J., LEWIS, J., STRICKLAND, K. and PATERSON, C. 2023. Decision-making in nursing research and practice: application of the cognitive continuum theory: a meta-aggregative systematic review. Journal of clinical nursing [online], 32(23-24), pages 7979-7995. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.16893

To explore how the Cognitive Continuum Theory has been used in qualitative nursing research and to what extent it has been integrated in the research process using the Qualitative Network for Theory Use and Methodology (QUANTUM). Theory, research and... Read More about Decision‐making in nursing research and practice: application of the cognitive continuum theory: a meta‐aggregative systematic review..

Serious mental health diagnoses in children on the child protection register: a record linkage study. (2023)
Working Paper
BALL, W.P., ANDERSON, C., BLACK, C., GORDON, S., LACKENBY, M., MURCHIE, M., OSTROVSKA, B., O'SULLIVAN, K., ROWLANDS, H., RZEWUSKA DÍAZ, M. and BUTLER, J.E. 2023. Serious mental health diagnoses in children on the child protection register: a record linkage study. Hosted on medRxiv [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.10.13.23296488

Children with experience of maltreatment, abuse or neglect are known to have a higher prevalence of poor mental health. Child Protection Services identify children most at risk of harm and in need of intervention. Mental healthcare usage in this popu... Read More about Serious mental health diagnoses in children on the child protection register: a record linkage study..

The lived experiences of critical care nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative systematic review. (2023)
Journal Article
ROURKE, S., DIMECH, A., BACON, R. and PATERSON, C. 2023. The lived experiences of critical care nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative systematic review. Intensive and critical care nursing [online], 80, article number 103555. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iccn.2023.103555

To critically synthesis the qualitative literature to understand the experiences of critical care nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. A meta-aggregation systematic review was reported according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews... Read More about The lived experiences of critical care nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative systematic review..

Exploring experiences among people diagnosed with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative descriptive study. (2023)
Journal Article
LEGGE, H., TOOHEY, K., KAVANAGH, P.S. and PATERSON, C. 2023. Exploring experiences among people diagnosed with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative descriptive study. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(6), article number 151508. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2023.151508

The objective of the study is to describe the experiences of people diagnosed with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic. Qualitative data were collected through semistructured interviews conducted with people affected by cancer in the Australian conte... Read More about Exploring experiences among people diagnosed with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative descriptive study..

Remote ischaemic conditioning for fatigue after stroke (RICFAST): a pilot randomised controlled trial. (2023)
Journal Article
MOYLE, B., KUDIERSKY, N., TOTTON, N., SASSANI, M., NICHOLS, S., JENKINS, T., REDGRAVE, J., BAIG, S., NAIR, K.P.S., MAJID, A. and ALI, A.N. 2023. Remote ischaemic conditioning for fatigue after stroke (RICFAST): a pilot randomised controlled trial. Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases [online], 32(12), article number 107420. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jstrokecerebrovasdis.2023.107420

Post stroke fatigue (PSF) affects 50 % of stroke survivors and can be disabling. Remote ischaemic conditioning (RIC) can preserve mitochondrial function, improve tissue perfusion and may mitigate PSF. This pilot randomised controlled trial evaluates... Read More about Remote ischaemic conditioning for fatigue after stroke (RICFAST): a pilot randomised controlled trial..

What qualitative research can tell us about food and nutrition security in the UK and why we should pay attention to what it’s telling us. (2023)
Journal Article
DOUGLAS, F. 2024. What qualitative research can tell us about food and nutrition security in the UK and why we should pay attention to what it’s telling us. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society [online], First View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0029665123003713

Poor dietary patterns leading to poorer health and increased health care use, have affected people living in disadvantaged economic circumstances in the UK for decades, which many fear will be exacerbated due to the UK's current so-called 'cost of li... Read More about What qualitative research can tell us about food and nutrition security in the UK and why we should pay attention to what it’s telling us..

Determining current approaches to the evaluation of the quality of healthcare simulation-based education provision: a scoping review. (2023)
Journal Article
POGSON, R., HENDERSON, H., HOLLAND, M., SUMERA, A., SUMERA, K. and WEBSTER, C.A. 2023. Determining current approaches to the evaluation of the quality of healthcare simulation-based education provision: a scoping review. MedEdPublish [online], 13, article number 207, [version 1; peer review: 1 approved, 2 approved with reservations]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12688/mep.19758.1

With an increase in simulation being used in healthcare education, there is a need to ensure the quality of simulation-based education is high. This scoping review was conducted to answer the question: What are the current approaches to the evaluatio... Read More about Determining current approaches to the evaluation of the quality of healthcare simulation-based education provision: a scoping review..

Clinical updates on the effects of high intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise in people diagnosed with cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis. (2023)
Journal Article
TOOHEY, K., HUNTER, M., PATERSON, C., TURNER, M. and SINGH, B. 2023. Clinical updates on the effects of high intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise in people diagnosed with cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of science and medicine in sport [online], 26(12), pages 667-675. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2023.09.020

This study is to provide an updated critical evaluation on the effectiveness of high intensity interval training (HIIT) on health outcomes among cancer survivors. A systematic search was conducted using databases CINAHL and Medline (via EBSCOhost pla... Read More about Clinical updates on the effects of high intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise in people diagnosed with cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis..

Mental health deserves better: resisting the dilution of specialist pre-registration mental health nurse education in the United Kingdom. (2023)
Journal Article
WARRENDER, D., CONNELL, C., JONES, E., MONTEUX, S., COLWELL, L., LAKER, C. and CROMAR-HAYES, M. 2023. Mental health deserves better: resisting the dilution of specialist pre-registration mental health nurse education in the United Kingdom. International journal of mental health nursing [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/inm.13236

This article aims to draw attention to increasing genericism in nurse education in the United Kingdom, which sees less specialist mental health education for mental health nursing students and offers opposition to such direction. In 2018, the Nursing... Read More about Mental health deserves better: resisting the dilution of specialist pre-registration mental health nurse education in the United Kingdom..

Managing the long-term effects of COVID-19: implications for community nurses. (2023)
Journal Article
KENNEDY, C. 2023. Managing the long-term effects of COVID-19: implications for community nurses. British journal of community nurses [online], 28(10), pages 473. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12968/bjcn.2023.28.10.473

This editorial investigates the long term effects that COVID-19 had on very aspect of life and what implications this may mean for community nurses. COVID-19 has disrupted almost every aspect of life since 2020. The initial and continuing challenges... Read More about Managing the long-term effects of COVID-19: implications for community nurses..

An exploration of interventions for supported self-management and behaviour change delivered as routine clinical care for people living with long-term health conditions. (2023)
Thesis
MCCALLUM, M. 2023. An exploration of interventions for supported self-management and behaviour change delivered as routine clinical care for people living with long-term health conditions. Robert Gordon University, PhD by Public Output thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-2271565

With our ageing, increasingly overweight and sedentary population, the National Health Service faces many challenges, not least the unprecedented rise in chronic long-term conditions. The first-line treatment for such conditions is lifestyle change,... Read More about An exploration of interventions for supported self-management and behaviour change delivered as routine clinical care for people living with long-term health conditions..

Weathering the storm: supporting students through co-producing a resilience toolkit in Higher Education. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
HENDERSON, S. and WORK, F. 2023. Weathering the storm: supporting students through co-producing a resilience toolkit in Higher Education. Presented at the 2023 Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology annual conference (DART-P 2023), 20 September 2023, [virtual event].

It is generally recognised that student wellbeing and mental health are key issues in Higher Education. COVID and lockdown led to unpreceded challenges and increased wellbeing concerns, yet students often do not access support for mental health issue... Read More about Weathering the storm: supporting students through co-producing a resilience toolkit in Higher Education..

Scan-associated distress in people affected by cancer: a qualitative systematic review. (2023)
Journal Article
HUSSAIN, M., CHAU, S., TURNER, M. and PATERSON, C. 2023. Scan-associated distress in people affected by cancer: a qualitative systematic review. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(5), article number 151502. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2023.151502

The term "scanxiety" has been coined to describe the anxiety commonly associated with individuals undergoing cancer-related imaging. Despite the prevalence and severity of scanxiety across various clinical and demographic populations, there remains a... Read More about Scan-associated distress in people affected by cancer: a qualitative systematic review..

Cost-effectiveness of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) vs moderate intensity steady-state (MISS) training in UK cardiac rehabilitation. (2023)
Journal Article
ALBUSTAMI, M., HARTFIEL, N., CHARLES, J.M., POWELL, R., BEGG, B., BIRKETT, S.T., NICHOLS, S., ENNIS, S., HEE, S.W., BANERJEE, P., INGLE, L., SHAVE, R., MCGREGOR, G. and EDWARDS, R.T. [2023]. Cost-effectiveness of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) vs moderate intensity steady-state (MISS) training in UK cardiac rehabilitation. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation [online], Articles In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2023.09.005

The objective of this study was to perform a cost-effectiveness analysis of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) compared with moderate intensity steady-state (MISS) training in people with coronary artery disease (CAD) attending cardiac rehabilit... Read More about Cost-effectiveness of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) vs moderate intensity steady-state (MISS) training in UK cardiac rehabilitation..

Preconception knowledge, beliefs and behaviours among people of reproductive age: a systematic review of qualitative studies. (2023)
Journal Article
WELSHMAN, H., DOMBROWSKI, S., GRANT, A., SWANSON, V., GOUDREAU, A. and CURRIE, S. 2023. Preconception knowledge, beliefs and behaviours among people of reproductive age: a systematic review of qualitative studies. Preventive medicine [online], 175, article number 107707. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2023.107707

The health of parents before pregnancy influences the short- and long-term health of their offspring. This systematic review explored the preconception knowledge, beliefs and behaviours held by women and men of childbearing age. Databases were search... Read More about Preconception knowledge, beliefs and behaviours among people of reproductive age: a systematic review of qualitative studies..

Understanding lived experiences of navigating supermarket foodscapes when living on a low income. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
DOUGLAS, F. and HUNTER, E. 2023. Understanding lived experiences of navigating supermarket foodscapes when living on a low income. Presented at the 8th United Kingdom congress on obesity (UKCO 2023), 14-15 September 2023, Belfast, UK.

Despite being a public health priority for over 30 years, the prevalence of obesity in the UK remains high. Strategies to tackle obesity have typically focused on behaviour change at the individual level, ignoring wider health and social inequities t... Read More about Understanding lived experiences of navigating supermarket foodscapes when living on a low income..

Understanding and supporting NHS employees with long COVID return to and remain in work: key barriers and facilitators. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
MACIVER, E., ADAMS, N.N., KENNEDY, C., DOUGLAS, F., SKÅTUN, D., HERNANDEZ SANTIAGO, V., TORRANCE, N. and GRANT, A. 2023. Understanding and supporting NHS employees with long COVID return to and remain in work: key barriers and facilitators. Presented at the 2023 Annual conference of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Study Group (BSA MedSoc 2023), 13-15 September 2023, Brighton, UK.

Long COVID (LC) is a debilitating illness with complex and dynamic symptoms, affecting all aspects of personal and work life. The process and implications of returning to work following chronic illness have been considered across various conditions;... Read More about Understanding and supporting NHS employees with long COVID return to and remain in work: key barriers and facilitators..

Towards resilience: examining complex and hybridised coping strategies used by NHS workers experiencing long COVID illness. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
ADAMS, N.N., MACIVER, E., KENNEDY, C., DOUGLAS, F., SKÅTUN, D., HERNANDEZ SANTIAGO, V., TORRANCE, N. and GRANT, A. 2023. Towards resilience: examining complex and hybridised coping strategies used by NHS workers experiencing long COVID illness. Presented at the 2023 Annual conference of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Study Group (BSA MedSoc 2023), 13-15 September 2023, Brighton, UK.

NHS workers faced an increased risk of contracting COVID-19 during the pandemic and many now experience long COVID (LC). Over 10,000 NHS workers are estimated absent from work due to LC. LC represents a complex, dynamic and often serious condition, f... Read More about Towards resilience: examining complex and hybridised coping strategies used by NHS workers experiencing long COVID illness..