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The Influence of Teleworking on Work-Life Balance and Employee Psychological Health: Evidence From Mauritius, a Small Island Economy (2024)
Book Chapter
Hosanoo, Z., & Rughoobur-Seetah, S. (2024). The Influence of Teleworking on Work-Life Balance and Employee Psychological Health: Evidence From Mauritius, a Small Island Economy. In H. C. Chandan (Ed.), Impact of Teleworking and Remote Work on Business: Productivity, Retention, Advancement, and Bottom Line. IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/979-8-3693-1314-5

This chapter investigates the impact of teleworking on the psychological health of employees in the new era of work shaped by the pandemic. Adopting a positivist approach in the post-pandemic world, this study aims to assess the employees’ perception... Read More about The Influence of Teleworking on Work-Life Balance and Employee Psychological Health: Evidence From Mauritius, a Small Island Economy.

Career transitions to paid employment: At what point does training placement provision move between up-skilling to exploitation? (2024)
Presentation / Conference
O'Neil, J., & Ivancheva, M. (2024, April). Career transitions to paid employment: At what point does training placement provision move between up-skilling to exploitation?. Paper presented at 42nd International Labour Process Conference 2024 (ILPC 2024), Göttingen

Precarious work that becomes a ‘stepping stone’ to decent work (McGuiness and Wooden 2009, Nunley et al 2017; Munoz-Comet and Steinmetz 2020) is the bargain struck for many learners leaving education and accessing employment, typically via placements... Read More about Career transitions to paid employment: At what point does training placement provision move between up-skilling to exploitation?.

A mixed-methods systematic review protocol of the effectiveness and experiences of quality improvement interventions in elder care (2024)
Journal Article
Rahman Jabin, M. S., Samuriwo, R., Chilaka, M., & Yaroson, E. V. (in press). A mixed-methods systematic review protocol of the effectiveness and experiences of quality improvement interventions in elder care. JMIR Research Protocols, https://doi.org/10.2196/56346

Background: Quality improvement (QI) interventions are designed to resolve the recurring challenges of care for older individuals, such as working conditions for staff, roles of older individuals in their own care and their families, and relevant sta... Read More about A mixed-methods systematic review protocol of the effectiveness and experiences of quality improvement interventions in elder care.

What do pulmonary rehabilitation participants want their educational sessions to comprise of? Exploring a participant-centered approach to designing pulmonary rehabilitation education (2024)
Journal Article
Roberts, N. J., McAloney-Kocaman, K., Ring, N., Ray, E., Turnbull, L., Jelen, T., & Porter-Armstrong, A. (in press). What do pulmonary rehabilitation participants want their educational sessions to comprise of? Exploring a participant-centered approach to designing pulmonary rehabilitation education. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine,

The future of midwife-led continuity of care: Call for a dialogue (2024)
Journal Article
Kuipers, Y. J. (2024). The future of midwife-led continuity of care: Call for a dialogue. Dialogues in Health, 4, Article 100170. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dialog.2024.100170

Background/Purpose: Midwife-led continuity of care (MLCC) is an evidence-based care model positively influencing the health and wellbeing of women and their families. Despite the evidence, a sustainable future of the model is uncertain. The aim of th... Read More about The future of midwife-led continuity of care: Call for a dialogue.

Made Easy: Skin Tears And Skin Tones (2024)
Report
LeBlanc, K., Dhoonmoon, L., & Samuriwo, R. (in press). Made Easy: Skin Tears And Skin Tones. Wounds International

Research indicates that disparities, and unnecessary variations, are prevalent in the wound care of people with darker skin tones, which is often caused by a lack of insight or understanding (Oozageer Gunowa et al, 2018). These variations in the qual... Read More about Made Easy: Skin Tears And Skin Tones.

Op Weg Naar Sociale Inclusie. In Armoede En Ongelijkheid. Jaarboek 2023 (2023)
Book Chapter
Mikolajczak-Degrauwe, K., Slimmen, S., Fontein-Kuipers, Y., & Timmermans, O. (2023). Op Weg Naar Sociale Inclusie. In Armoede En Ongelijkheid. Jaarboek 2023. In J. Coene, T. Ghys, B. Hubeau, S. Marchal, P. Raeymaeckers, R. Remmen, …H. Van Regemortel (Eds.), Armoede en Ongelijkheid. Jaarboek 2023 (317-337). Leuven: Acco Uitgeverij

Mikolajczak-Degrauwe K, Slimmen S, Fontein-Kuipers Y, Timmermans O. Op weg naar sociale inclusie: effecten van een Peer Support-methodiek. In: Coen J, Ghys T, Hubeau B, Marchal S, Raeymaeckers P, Remmen R, Vandenhole W, Van Dooren W, Van Regemortel H... Read More about Op Weg Naar Sociale Inclusie. In Armoede En Ongelijkheid. Jaarboek 2023.

Learned Words: A Poetic Content Analysis of 'Belonging' in Higher Education (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Illingworth, S., & Grimwood, M. (2023, December). Learned Words: A Poetic Content Analysis of 'Belonging' in Higher Education. Paper presented at SRHE Conference 2023 Higher Education Research, Practice, and Policy: Connections & Complexities, Online & Conference Aston, Birmingham, UK

How to … navigate entry into the field of clinical education research and scholarship (2023)
Journal Article
Harvey Bluemel, A., Gillespie, H., Asif, A., & Samuriwo, R. (in press). How to … navigate entry into the field of clinical education research and scholarship. Clinical Teacher, https://doi.org/10.1111/tct.13686

Abstract Clinical education research (ClinEdR) is a growing field that aims to ensure the way healthcare professionals are taught and learn is evidence-based. There is growing interest in how this evidence is generated in a robust, timely and cost-ef... Read More about How to … navigate entry into the field of clinical education research and scholarship.

How to… support others in developing a career in clinical education research (2023)
Journal Article
Brown, M. E. L., Samuriwo, R., Asif, A., Da Silva, A., Vance, G., & Conn, R. (2024). How to… support others in developing a career in clinical education research. Clinical Teacher, 21(1), Article e13666. https://doi.org/10.1111/tct.13666

The Incubator for Clinical Education Research (ClinEdR) is a UK-wide network, established with support from the National Institute for Health Research, to lead initiatives to build capacity in the field. A key barrier identified by this group is that... Read More about How to… support others in developing a career in clinical education research.

What should all health professionals know about movement behaviour change? An international Delphi-based consensus statement (2023)
Journal Article
Alsop, T., Lehman, E., Brauer, S., Forbes, R., Hanson, C. L., Healy, G., …Gomersall, S. (2023). What should all health professionals know about movement behaviour change? An international Delphi-based consensus statement. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 57(22), 1419-1427. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2023-106870

Background: The World Health Organization has called for action to integrate physical activity promotion into healthcare settings. There is a lack of consensus on the competencies required by health professionals to deliver effective movement behavio... Read More about What should all health professionals know about movement behaviour change? An international Delphi-based consensus statement.

'I always say, not all programs are created equally'; a qualitative study exploring the educational experiences, learning needs and preferences of people attending Pulmonary Rehabilitation (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Roberts, N. J., Ray, E., Ring, N. J., Turnbull, L., Jelen, T., Macdonald, D., & Porter-Armstrong, A. (2023, September). 'I always say, not all programs are created equally'; a qualitative study exploring the educational experiences, learning needs and preferences of people attending Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Paper presented at Primary Care Respiratory Conference, Telford, UK

RESISTing B/ORDERS: Navigating Meaningful Research Process in the Spirit of the Queer-Feminist Epistemologies within Neoliberal, Institutional B/Orders of Multi-National Funding Grant Systems (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Kulpa, R. (2023, September). RESISTing B/ORDERS: Navigating Meaningful Research Process in the Spirit of the Queer-Feminist Epistemologies within Neoliberal, Institutional B/Orders of Multi-National Funding Grant Systems. Presented at Contesting 21st Century B/Orders, Frankfurt

In this presentation Roberto and the RESIST project team will reflect on the meanders of the contemporary higher education and research sectors across Europe from the perspectives of queer-feminist researchers located in diverse geopolitical contexts... Read More about RESISTing B/ORDERS: Navigating Meaningful Research Process in the Spirit of the Queer-Feminist Epistemologies within Neoliberal, Institutional B/Orders of Multi-National Funding Grant Systems.

Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Gray, P. (2023, September). Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue. Paper presented at MeCCSA 2023, Glasgow

Practice led research in filmmaking and screenwriting that explores the potential for creating meaningful dialogue with subtext, through the use of AI chat bots. The presentation will include a short film alongside a case study paper, exploring the... Read More about Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue.

HIV Testing Disruptions and Service Adaptations During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Literature Review (2023)
Journal Article
Mude, W., Mwenyango, H., Preston, R., O’Mullan, C., Vaughan, G., & Jones, G. (2024). HIV Testing Disruptions and Service Adaptations During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Literature Review. AIDS and behavior, 28, 186-200. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10461-023-04139-4

Access to treatment and care in safe clinical settings improves people’s lives with HIV. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted vital HIV programs and services, increasing the risk of adverse health outcomes for people with HIV and HIV transmission rates in... Read More about HIV Testing Disruptions and Service Adaptations During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Literature Review.

Effects of Nordic hamstring exercise on hamstring stiffness, strength, and flexibility (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Kaliarntas, K., Morais, N., & Souglis, A. (2023, July). Effects of Nordic hamstring exercise on hamstring stiffness, strength, and flexibility. Poster presented at ISB 2023 Congress XXIX, Fukuoka, Japan

INTRODUCTION Hamsting injuries are among the most common injuries in athletes. Eccentric training has been shown to reduce hamstring injury rates. The Nordic Hamsting Exercise (NHE) is an eccentric exercise performed at short muscle length and has b... Read More about Effects of Nordic hamstring exercise on hamstring stiffness, strength, and flexibility.

A mixed methods exploration of the parent perspective of talent development environments across a national multi-sport landscape (2023)
Journal Article
Martindale, R., Fountain, H., Andronikos, G., English, C., Dugdale, J. H., & Ferrier, S. (2023). A mixed methods exploration of the parent perspective of talent development environments across a national multi-sport landscape. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 69, Article 102487. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2023.102487

Parents are known to be important influencers in the talent development process but are often overlooked. Understanding the parent perspective may help National Governing Bodies and coaches improve their support for young talented athletes. This stud... Read More about A mixed methods exploration of the parent perspective of talent development environments across a national multi-sport landscape.

Elite Youth Athletes’ Mental Health and Its Relationship with the Talent Development Environment: A Variable- and Person-Centred Approach (2023)
Journal Article
Cao, X., Martindale, R., Cho, H., & Li, C. (2023). Elite Youth Athletes’ Mental Health and Its Relationship with the Talent Development Environment: A Variable- and Person-Centred Approach. Journal of Sports Science, 41(7), 706-714. https://doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2023.2235162

The present research sought to examine the prevalence of elite youth athletes’ mental health and its relationship with talent development environments (TDEs). A sample of 248 Chinese elite youth athletes completed a self-report survey measuring demog... Read More about Elite Youth Athletes’ Mental Health and Its Relationship with the Talent Development Environment: A Variable- and Person-Centred Approach.