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International research collaborations: lessons learned and practical tips. (2022)
Journal Article
GOLDSWORTHY, S., BARON, S., MUIR, N., BUTTON, D., GOODHAND, K. and FASKEN, L. 2022. International research collaborations: lessons learned and practical tips. Nurse education today [online], 119, article 105591. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2022.105591

The importance of creating international research collaborations for the purpose of producing high quality educational research aimed at enhancing or promoting consistency in health care practice has become even more apparent since the start of the C... Read More about International research collaborations: lessons learned and practical tips..

Midwives', health visitors', family nurse practitioners' and women's experiences of the NHS Grampian's Financial Inclusion Pathway in practice: a qualitative investigation of early implementation and impact. [Report] (2022)
Report
DOUGLAS, F., MACIVER, E., DAVIS, T. and LITTLEJOHN, C. 2022. Midwives', health visitors', family nurse practitioners' and women's experiences of the NHS Grampian's Financial Inclusion Pathway in practice: a qualitative investigation of early implementation and impact. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.

All Local Child Poverty Action Plans require midwives, health visitors and family nurses to identify families with children under five at risk of financial hardship, and to refer them for help to increase their household incomes. This strategy (the s... Read More about Midwives', health visitors', family nurse practitioners' and women's experiences of the NHS Grampian's Financial Inclusion Pathway in practice: a qualitative investigation of early implementation and impact. [Report].

What are the qualitative experiences of people affected by kidney failure receiving haemodialysis? (2022)
Journal Article
MCKIE, A.L., TURNER, M. and PATERSON, C. 2023. What are the qualitative experiences of people affected by kidney failure receiving haemodialysis? Journal of renal care [online], 49(3), pages 170-190. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jorc.12442

People affected by kidney failure receiving haemodialysis experience complexity within their health condition unlike any other chronic illness or condition. Kidney failure impacts the individual in all areas of their life including relationships and... Read More about What are the qualitative experiences of people affected by kidney failure receiving haemodialysis?.

The GP can't help me, there's no point bothering them: exploring the complex healthcare journeys of NHS workers in Scotland suffering from long COVID: a longitudinal study. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
ADAMS, N.N., MACIVER, E., KENNEDY, C., DOUGLAS, F., SKÅTUN, D., HERNANDEZ SANTIAGO, V., KYDD, A., TORRANCE, N. and GRANT, A. 2022. The GP can't help me, there's no point bothering them: exploring the complex healthcare journeys of NHS workers in Scotland suffering from long COVID: a longitudinal study. Presented at the 2022 Annual conference of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Study Group (BSA MedSoc 2022), 14-16 September 2022, Lancaster, UK.

Globally, Long COVID (LC) affects around 40% of people infected with COVID-19 (Chen et al, 2022). Despite high prevalence, symptoms are variable, and no clear healthcare pathway models exist for diagnosis and treatment. The Candidacy Framework descri... Read More about The GP can't help me, there's no point bothering them: exploring the complex healthcare journeys of NHS workers in Scotland suffering from long COVID: a longitudinal study..

Living with long COVID: the problem of lack of legitimation. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
MACIVER, E., ADAMS, N.N., KENNEDY, C., DOUGLAS, F., SKÅTUN, D., HERNANDEZ SANTIAGO, V., TORRANCE, N. and GRANT, A. 2022. Living with long COVID: the problem of lack of legitimation. Presented at the 2022 Annual conference of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Study Group (BSA MedSoc 2022), 14-16 September 2022, Lancaster, UK.

The notion of the "sick role" (Parsons, 1951), where affected individuals are exempt from certain normative expectations and responsibilities (e.g. work) in line with societal judgements, rests heavily on the 'legitimation' of illness, principally th... Read More about Living with long COVID: the problem of lack of legitimation..

No backstage: the relentless emotional management of acute nursing through the COVID-19 pandemic. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
GRANT, A., TORRANCE, N., O'BRIEN, R., DOUGLAS, F., BALDIE, D. and KENNEDY, C. 2022. No backstage: the relentless emotional management of acute nursing through the COVID-19 pandemic. Presented at the 2022 Annual conference of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Study Group (BSA MedSoc 2022), 14-16 September 2022, Lancaster, UK.

The COVID-19 pandemic disordered the routine delivery of health care. We explored nurses' experiences of working in COVID and non-COVID facing roles, focusing on staff in the acute sector of one Scottish health board. The study covered the period bet... Read More about No backstage: the relentless emotional management of acute nursing through the COVID-19 pandemic..

A different way of being: the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on maternal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: an exploratory sequential mix-method study. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., FORBES-MCKAY, K., HOLLINS-MARTIN, C. and MCVICAR, S. 2022. A different way of being: the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on maternal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: an exploratory sequential mix-method study. Presented at the 21st International normal labour and birth research conference, 12-14 September 2022, Aarhus, Denmark.

This poster describes a study that aimed to evaluate the impact of an antenatal relaxation class on the psychology and wellbeing of pregnant women during childbirth.

Ghost or phoenix: the disappearance or rise of mental health nursing? (2022)
Presentation / Conference
WARRENDER, D. 2022. Ghost or phoenix: the disappearance or rise of mental health nursing? Presented at 28th International mental health nursing research conference 2022: mental health nursing in challenging times, 8-9 September 2022, Oxford, UK.

Dan is a mental health nurse, lecturer and mentalization based treatment practitioner, and is currently undertaking a PhD exploring experiences of crisis intervention for people diagnosed with 'borderline personality disorder'. He is a member of the... Read More about Ghost or phoenix: the disappearance or rise of mental health nursing?.

How does health-related quality of life change over time in cancer survivors following an admission to the Intensive Care Unit? An integrative review. (2022)
Journal Article
ROURKE, S. and PATERSON, C. 2024. How does health-related quality of life change over time in cancer survivors following an admission to the Intensive Care Unit? An integrative review. Cancer nursing [online], 47(2), pages 100-111. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1097/NCC.0000000000001157

Cancer survivors account for 15% to 20% of all intensive care unit (ICU) admissions. In general ICU populations, patients are known to experience reduced health-related quality of life (HRQoL). However, little is known about HRQoL impacts among cance... Read More about How does health-related quality of life change over time in cancer survivors following an admission to the Intensive Care Unit? An integrative review..

What are the long-term holistic health consequences of COVID-19 among survivors? An umbrella systematic review. (2022)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., DAVIS, D., ROCHE, M., BISSETT, B., ROBERTS, C., TURNER, M., BALDOCK, E. and MITCHELL, I. 2022. What are the long-term holistic health consequences of COVID-19 among survivors? An umbrella systematic review. Journal of medical virology [online], 94(12), pages 5653-5668. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/jmv.28086

Many people who have survived COVID-19 have experienced negative persistent impacts on health. Impacts on health have included persistent respiratory symptoms, decreased quality of life, fatigue, impaired functional capacity, memory deficits, psychol... Read More about What are the long-term holistic health consequences of COVID-19 among survivors? An umbrella systematic review..

The effects of multimodal prehabilitation interventions in men affected by prostate cancer on physical, clinical and patient reported outcome measures: a systematic review. (2022)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., ROBERTS, C., KOZLOVSKAIA, M., NAHON, I., SCHUBACH, K., SARA, S., SAYNER, A.M., DE ABREU LOURENCO, R., TURNER, M., CHAN, R.J., LAM, T., WOO, H. and TOOHEY, K. 2022. The effects of multimodal prehabilitation interventions in men affected by prostate cancer on physical, clinical and patient reported outcome measures: a systematic review. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 38(5), article 151333. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2022.151333

To synthesize existing evidence on the effects of multimodal prehabilitation interventions in men affected by prostate cancer on physical, clinical, and patient-reported outcome measures. A systematic review was conducted according to the PRISMA 2020... Read More about The effects of multimodal prehabilitation interventions in men affected by prostate cancer on physical, clinical and patient reported outcome measures: a systematic review..

Understanding teamwork in rapidly deployed interprofessional teams in intensive and acute care: a systematic review of reviews. [Dataset] (2022)
Dataset
SCHILLING, S., ARMAOU, M., MORRISON, Z., CARDING, P., BRICKNELL, M. and CONNELLY, V. 2022. Understanding teamwork in rapidly deployed interprofessional teams in intensive and acute care: a systematic review of reviews. [Dataset] PLoS ONE [online], 17(8), article e0272942. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0272942#sec031

This systematic review of reviews examines the current evidence base for successful teamwork in rapidly deployed interprofessional teams in intensive and acute care settings, by assessing systematic reviews of empirical studies to inform future deplo... Read More about Understanding teamwork in rapidly deployed interprofessional teams in intensive and acute care: a systematic review of reviews. [Dataset].

'Scraping' Reddit posts for academic research? Addressing some blurred lines of consent in growing internet-based research trend during the time of COVID-19. (2022)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. 2024. 'Scraping' Reddit posts for academic research? Addressing some blurred lines of consent in growing internet-based research trend during the time of COVID-19. International journal of social research methodology [online], 27(1), pages 47-62. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2022.2111816

The global scale of COVID-19 has constrained academics from conducting much person-facing research. Reactively, trend is increasing for digital-based methodologies capturing already existing online data. Scholars often "scrape" user-postings from int... Read More about 'Scraping' Reddit posts for academic research? Addressing some blurred lines of consent in growing internet-based research trend during the time of COVID-19..

Prevention and early treatment of the long-term physical effects of COVID-19 in adults: design of a randomised controlled trial of resistance exercise: CISCO-21. (2022)
Journal Article
MORROW, A., GRAY, S.R., BAYES, H.K. et al. 2022. Prevention and early treatment of the long-term physical effects of COVID-19 in adults: design of a randomised controlled trial of resistance exercise: CISCO-21. Trials [online], 23, article number 660. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-022-06632-y

Background: Coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) infection causes persistent health problems such as breathlessness, chest pain and fatigue, and therapies for the prevention and early treatment of post-COVID-19 syndromes are needed. Accordingly, we are... Read More about Prevention and early treatment of the long-term physical effects of COVID-19 in adults: design of a randomised controlled trial of resistance exercise: CISCO-21..

Four distinct cultures of oilfield masculinity, but absent hegemonic masculinity: some multiple masculinities perspectives from a remote UK offshore drilling platform. (2022)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. 2023. Four distinct cultures of oilfield masculinity, but absent hegemonic masculinity: some multiple masculinities perspectives from a remote UK offshore drilling platform. Journal of contemporary ethnography [online], 52(3), pages 344-378. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/08912416221116658

This study explores the multiple and distinct cultures of oilfield masculinity uncovered during an embedded ethnographic study of masculinities onboard a remote UK offshore drilling platform. Oilmen revealed shifting interpretations for how risky and... Read More about Four distinct cultures of oilfield masculinity, but absent hegemonic masculinity: some multiple masculinities perspectives from a remote UK offshore drilling platform..

Assessment framework for prescribing: lower limb skin tears. (2022)
Journal Article
GOULD, J. and BAIN, H. 2022. Assessment framework for prescribing: lower limb skin tears. Journal of community nursing [online], 36(4), pages 42-49. Available from: https://www.jcn.co.uk/journals/issue/08-2022/article/assessment-framework-for-prescribing-lower-limb-skin-tears

Prescribing by a variety of professionals continues its progression in response to the growing demands for health care. Prescribing by nurses was initiated in the 1990s and supported by the National Prescribing Centre's 'prescribing pyramid' or seven... Read More about Assessment framework for prescribing: lower limb skin tears..

Investigating the self-perceived educational priorities among oncology nurses. (2022)
Journal Article
TAPSALL, D., THAMM, C., PATTERSON, C. 2022. Investigating the self-perceived educational priorities among oncology nurses. Nurse education in practice [online], 64, article 103426. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2022.103426

Aim: To understand the self-perceived educational priorities among oncology nurses. Background: Oncology nurses are the main providers of care to people affected by cancer. However, little is known about the educational needs and priorities of oncolo... Read More about Investigating the self-perceived educational priorities among oncology nurses..

The effectiveness of the Healthworks Staying Steady community-based falls prevention exercise programme to improve physical function in older adults: a 6-year service evaluation. (2022)
Journal Article
JAMES, E., OMAN, P., ALI, M., COURT, P., GOODALL, S., NICHOLS, S.J. and O'DOHERTY, A.F. 2022. The effectiveness of the Healthworks Staying Steady community-based falls prevention exercise programme to improve physical function in older adults: a 6-year service evaluation. BMC public health [online], 22, article number 1457. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-022-13832-3

Falls prevention exercise programmes are evidence-based and recommended for improving physical function in older adults. However, few service evaluations exist to assess the effectiveness of community-delivered interventions in practice. We conducted... Read More about The effectiveness of the Healthworks Staying Steady community-based falls prevention exercise programme to improve physical function in older adults: a 6-year service evaluation..

Briefing: improving children and young people's mental health services: local data insights from England, Scotland and Wales. (2022)
Report
GRIMM, F., ALCOCK, B., BUTLER, J.E., FERNANDEZ CRESPO, R., DAVIES, A., PEYTRIGNET, S., PIRODDI, R., THORLBY, R. and TALLACK, C. 2022. Briefing: improving children and young people's mental health services: local data insights from England, Scotland and Wales. London: The Health Foundation [online]. Available from: https://www.health.org.uk/publications/reports/improving-children-and-young-peoples-mental-health-services

In this briefing, we present analysis from the Networked Data Lab (NDL). Led by the Health Foundation, the NDL is a collaborative network of local analytical teams across England, Scotland and Wales. These teams analysed local, linked data sources to... Read More about Briefing: improving children and young people's mental health services: local data insights from England, Scotland and Wales..

How does integrative oncology influence patients’ physical and psychosocial outcomes, and what are patients, carers and healthcare professionals’ experiences? An integrative review. (2022)
Journal Article
AUST, A., WALTON-SONDA, D. and PATERSON, C. 2022. How does integrative oncology influence patients’ physical and psychosocial outcomes, and what are patients, carers and healthcare professionals’ experiences? An integrative review. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 38(4), article 151258. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2022.151258

Objective: To identify the relationship between integrative oncology (IO) services on patients' physical and psychosocial outcomes and to explore the experiences of IO among patients, carers and healthcare professionals. Data sources: This integrativ... Read More about How does integrative oncology influence patients’ physical and psychosocial outcomes, and what are patients, carers and healthcare professionals’ experiences? An integrative review..