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Undertaking family-focused interventions when a parent has a mental illness - possibilities and challenges
(Taylor & Francis, 2020)
Parental mental illness (PMI) is a public health issue associated with risks of negative outcomes for children and families. Effective whole family interventions with families with PMI are still not well implemented across ...
Where are our ancestors? Rethinking Trobriand cosmology
(The University of Chicago Press Journals, 2020)
Reincarnation has been a fundamental tenet of anthropologists’ representations of Trobriand cosmology since Bronislaw Malinowski published “Baloma; The spirits of the dead in the Trobriand Islands” in 1916. Yet, during ...
Covid-19 and the Hopeless University at the End of the End of History
Face masks for the public during Covid-19: an appeal for caution in policy
As the Covid-19 crisis deepens, some researchers have argued for the widespread routine use of face masks in community settings, despite acknowledged gaps in the evidence base for the effectiveness of such a measure. We ...
The biomedicalisation of reproductive ageing: reproductive citizenship and the gendering of fertility risk
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-08-07)
The demographic shift currently being observed across many Western countries towards older-parenthood has contributed to increasing concerns about the risks posed by age-related fertility decline, particularly in women. ...
The use of near-peer tutors to improve level of learning & confidence in areas of human physiology
(Taylor & Francis, 2020-04-25)
This study investigates the impact near-peer tutors (NPTs) have on the learning experience of students enrolled on the biomedical and medical science programmes at De Montfort University, UK. Using a questionnaire, tutees ...
Silent Voices: Exploring narratives of women's experiences of health care professional responses to domestic violence and abuse
(Journal of Medical Humanities, 2019)
The impact of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) is far reaching not least in terms of both the immediate and longer term physical and mental wellbeing of those who have experienced abuse. DVA also exerts a considerable ...
If care homes wore shoes: understanding the care home research environment from the perspective of residents, relatives and staff
(Dunhill Medical Trust, 2019-04-03)
Recruiting and supporting research participants is always challenging. Understanding how participants view the world and the difficulties and opportunities which research presents them with is important. When we started ...
A Qualitative Exploration to Understand Access to Pharmacy Medication Reviews: Views from Marginalized Patient Groups
(MDPI AG, 2020-04-26)
Background: Vulnerable patients from marginalized groups (e.g., people with disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, black and minority ethnic communities) experience higher rates of ill-health, inequitable access ...
Whatever Happened to Mrs Andrews?
Taken from blog Gordon, A. 2019 Dunhill Medical Trust - PEACH study The story of Mrs Andrew’s disastrous admission to acute hospital (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fj_9HG_TWEM) has become a staple of presenters who want ...