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Corporate carbon footprint and market valuation of restructuring announcements (2024)
Journal Article
Adamolekun, G., & Kyiu, A. (online). Corporate carbon footprint and market valuation of restructuring announcements. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11156-024-01315-y

The call for greener and more sustainable corporate practices triggered a surge in corporate restructuring. In this study, we investigate the impact of carbon emissions on the market reaction to announcements of corporate restructuring activities. Us... Read More about Corporate carbon footprint and market valuation of restructuring announcements.

Rehabilitation of brachial plexus injury in contact sport: Where are the data that underpin clinical management? A scoping review (2024)
Journal Article
Armstrong, R., McKeever, T., Leavitt, M., McLelland, C., & Hamilton, D. F. (2024). Rehabilitation of brachial plexus injury in contact sport: Where are the data that underpin clinical management? A scoping review. PLOS ONE, 19(6), Article e0298317. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0298317

Background Although a common injury there is a lack of published primary data to inform clinical management of sports related brachial plexus injuries. Methods A systematic search was completed in Medline, CINAHL, PubMed, SPORTDiscus and Web o... Read More about Rehabilitation of brachial plexus injury in contact sport: Where are the data that underpin clinical management? A scoping review.

Should Job Centres provide career guidance? (2024)
Digital Artefact
Robertson, P. (2024). Should Job Centres provide career guidance?. [Blog]

This article considers the merits of the Labour Party Manifesto proposal to integrate career services into Job Centre Plus services (the UK's public employment service).

A review of ethical and sustainable practices in the UK's National Health Service (2024)
Journal Article
Fascia, M., & Tarazona, J. (2024). A review of ethical and sustainable practices in the UK's National Health Service. Journal of Strategy, Operations & Economics, 8(1),

This paper explores the relationship between environmental factors and individual outcomes, analyzing a broad range of influences from geographical location to socio-economic status. Utilizing a comprehensive dataset gathered over five years, we empl... Read More about A review of ethical and sustainable practices in the UK's National Health Service.

Thought Experiments In The Ethics Of Designing For Future People (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Buwert, P., & Sinclair, M. (2024, June). Thought Experiments In The Ethics Of Designing For Future People. Presented at DRS 2024, Boston, USA

The Non-Identity Problem (NIP) is a philosophical puzzle which challenges our intuitive assumptions and reasoning around the question of our moral obligations towards ‘future people’. This paper explores the significance of the NIP for design, an act... Read More about Thought Experiments In The Ethics Of Designing For Future People.

Smarter Facility Layout Design: Leveraging Worker Localisation Data to Minimise Travel Time and Alleviate Congestion (2024)
Journal Article
Aslan, A., Vasantha, G., El-Raoui, H., Quigley, J., Hanson, J., Corney, J., & Sherlock, A. (in press). Smarter Facility Layout Design: Leveraging Worker Localisation Data to Minimise Travel Time and Alleviate Congestion. International Journal of Production Research,

This paper introduces a novel methodology leveraging worker localisation data from ultrawide-band sensors to formulate alternative facility layouts aimed at minimising travel time and congestion in labour-intensive manufacturing systems. The system p... Read More about Smarter Facility Layout Design: Leveraging Worker Localisation Data to Minimise Travel Time and Alleviate Congestion.

Pilgrimage in the COVID-19 Era: Uncovering Supply Side Challenges and Opportunities in Media Representations (2024)
Journal Article
Polus, R., Shaheer, I., & Nayak, N. P. (2024). Pilgrimage in the COVID-19 Era: Uncovering Supply Side Challenges and Opportunities in Media Representations. International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage, 12(1), 50-70

Pilgrimage travel, a common practice across major religions, has historically exhibited remarkable resilience to global crises, owing to the unwavering conviction of its followers. However, the COVID-19 pandemic marked a significant departure from th... Read More about Pilgrimage in the COVID-19 Era: Uncovering Supply Side Challenges and Opportunities in Media Representations.

A Divine Fury (2024)
Book
Bishop, D. (2024). A Divine Fury. (Hardback). Pan Macmillan

A religious serial killer is haunting Florence and only Cesare Aldo can stop them. A Divine Fury is an atmospheric historical thriller by D. V. Bishop, set in Renaissance Italy. 'Full of dash and atmosphere' - The Times 'Fast becoming a serious... Read More about A Divine Fury.

Advocating for Change - Enabling Authentic Assessment at Scale (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Mahoney, C., Bastow, F., & Finnan, G. (2024, June). Advocating for Change - Enabling Authentic Assessment at Scale. Presented at International AHE Conference 2024, Manchester

Background: Authentic assessment aims to connect learning to real-world issues which are meaningful to the learner (Villarroel et al 2018; Gillard-Cook; West 2014; Rule 2007). This paper reports an evidence-based authentic assessment on a Bachelor of... Read More about Advocating for Change - Enabling Authentic Assessment at Scale.

Res-BiLSTMs model based on multi-task attention for real-time measurement of the free calcium oxide content (2024)
Journal Article
Zhao, Y., Wang, Y., Zhang, S., Wang, X., & Yu, H. (2024). Res-BiLSTMs model based on multi-task attention for real-time measurement of the free calcium oxide content. Measurement Science and Technology, 35(9), Article 095107. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/ad5612

The content of free calcium oxide (f-CaO) is the primary economic index to evaluate the quality of cement. A residual bidirectional long short-term memory network model (Res-BiLSTMs) based on a multi-task attention mechanism was proposed for the char... Read More about Res-BiLSTMs model based on multi-task attention for real-time measurement of the free calcium oxide content.

Translation and validation of the Polish-language version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) and its relationship to the type of delivery and the baby’s Apgar score (2024)
Journal Article
Pawlicka, P., Wróbel, W., Baranowska, B., Macewicz, D., Olech, M., Hollins Martin, C. J., & Martin, C. R. (online). Translation and validation of the Polish-language version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) and its relationship to the type of delivery and the baby’s Apgar score. Health Psychology Report, https://doi.org/10.5114/hpr/186231

Background Maternal birth experience is being increasingly recognised as a key clinical outcome parameter. The Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) is a short self-report measure designed to assess birth experience. The current investigation sou... Read More about Translation and validation of the Polish-language version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) and its relationship to the type of delivery and the baby’s Apgar score.

Denial of reproductive potential: a predictor of unperceived pregnancy in an Austrian neonaticide sample (2024)
Journal Article
Klier, C. M., Ina, B., Kuipers, Y., & Amon, S. (online). Denial of reproductive potential: a predictor of unperceived pregnancy in an Austrian neonaticide sample. Archives of Women's Mental Health, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00737-024-01481-x

Purpose: This study aims to describe the phenomenon of unperceived pregnancy followed by neonaticide with a focus on the lack of awareness of reproductive potential in an Austrian sample. Methods: An explorative comparative study of neonaticide c... Read More about Denial of reproductive potential: a predictor of unperceived pregnancy in an Austrian neonaticide sample.

The Digital Economy and Entrepreneurial Dynamics: An Empirical Analysis of Urban Regions in China (2024)
Journal Article
Wang, S., Song, Y., Du, A. M., & Liang, J. (2024). The Digital Economy and Entrepreneurial Dynamics: An Empirical Analysis of Urban Regions in China. Research in International Business and Finance, 71, Article 102459. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2024.102459

The economic landscape in China has evolved to what is termed a “new normal”, marked by a strategic focus on the digital economy as a lever for regional entrepreneurship. This change is considered essential for fostering shared wealth and elevating t... Read More about The Digital Economy and Entrepreneurial Dynamics: An Empirical Analysis of Urban Regions in China.

Live streaming of simulation-based learning to assist in clinical skills development (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Mahoney, C., & Breen, C. (2024, June). Live streaming of simulation-based learning to assist in clinical skills development. Poster presented at 29th Annual Meeting of Society for Simulation in Europe (SESAM), Prague

Introduction: Background, Context and Aims Simulation-based learning allows students to practice clinical scenarios in a controlled and safe environment, making it a valuable tool for healthcare education. Accounts of stress are common among student... Read More about Live streaming of simulation-based learning to assist in clinical skills development.

Pedagogical paradox or tension? What our research on assessment deadlines is telling us about constructive alignment (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Cameron, J., Gutu, M., & Kurtzke, S. (2024, June). Pedagogical paradox or tension? What our research on assessment deadlines is telling us about constructive alignment. Presented at The Gathering: Edinburgh Napier's Learning & Teaching Conference, Edinburgh, UK

In this 15-minute talk, we present the theoretical twists and turns of our research on deadline extensions at The Business School, Edinburgh Napier University. We share preliminary findings of our quantitative data analysis on high-stakes assessments... Read More about Pedagogical paradox or tension? What our research on assessment deadlines is telling us about constructive alignment.

Challenges and Strategies for Achieving High Energy Efficiency in Building Districts (2024)
Journal Article
Chen, X., Vand, B., & Baldi, S. (2024). Challenges and Strategies for Achieving High Energy Efficiency in Building Districts. Buildings, 14(6), Article 1839. https://doi.org/10.3390/buildings14061839

Achieving climate neutrality requires reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions in the building sector, which has prompted increasing attention towards nearly zero energy, zero energy, and positive energy communities of buildings; there is a need... Read More about Challenges and Strategies for Achieving High Energy Efficiency in Building Districts.

Arabic text classification based on analogical proportions (2024)
Journal Article
Bounhas, M., Elayeb, B., Chouigui, A., Hussain, A., & Cambria, E. (online). Arabic text classification based on analogical proportions. Expert Systems, https://doi.org/10.1111/exsy.13609

Text classification is the process of labelling a given set of text documents with predefined classes or categories. Existing Arabic text classifiers are either applying classic Machine Learning algorithms such as k-NN and SVM or using modern deep le... Read More about Arabic text classification based on analogical proportions.

Chaotic Quantum Encryption to Secure Image Data in Post Quantum Consumer Technology (2024)
Journal Article
Khan, M. S., Ahmad, J., Al-Dubai, A., Pitropakis, N., Ghaleb, B., Ullah, A., Khan, M. A., & Buchanan, W. J. (online). Chaotic Quantum Encryption to Secure Image Data in Post Quantum Consumer Technology. IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, https://doi.org/10.1109/tce.2024.3415411

The rapid advancement in consumer technology has led to an exponential increase in the connected devices, resulting in an enormous and continuous flow of data, particularly the image data. This data needs to be processed, managed, and secured efficie... Read More about Chaotic Quantum Encryption to Secure Image Data in Post Quantum Consumer Technology.