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The Repository@Hull is an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the University, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference papers and more. Where publisher terms permit, the author's accepted manuscript or the published version of the text is available here to read and download, alongside a link to the publisher's platform.



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Microfluidic-Based Electrochemical Immunosensing of Ferritin (2020)
Journal Article
Garg, M., Christensen, M. G., Iles, A., Sharma, A. L., Singh, S., & Pamme, N. (2020). Microfluidic-Based Electrochemical Immunosensing of Ferritin. Biosensors, 10(8), https://doi.org/10.3390/bios10080091

Ferritin is a clinically important biomarker which reflects the state of iron in the body and is directly involved with anemia. Current methods available for ferritin estimation are generally not portable or they do not provide a fast response. To co... Read More about Microfluidic-Based Electrochemical Immunosensing of Ferritin.

Exploring feedback from research nurses in relation to the design and conduct of a randomised controlled trial of wound care treatments: a sequential, dependent, mixed-methods study (2020)
Journal Article
Chetter, I., Long, J., Arundel, C., Firth, A., Clarke, E., Meethan, K., & Sylvester, M. (in press). Exploring feedback from research nurses in relation to the design and conduct of a randomised controlled trial of wound care treatments: a sequential, dependent, mixed-methods study. Journal of tissue viability, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2020.07.007

Background Research nurse involvement in trials is crucial to successful conduct, however their feedback on trial design and conduct is not necessarily always collected and shared. This study was designed to explore research nurse feedback in rela... Read More about Exploring feedback from research nurses in relation to the design and conduct of a randomised controlled trial of wound care treatments: a sequential, dependent, mixed-methods study.

Evaluating whether MPA management measures meet ecological principles for effective biodiversity protection (2020)
Journal Article
Hopkins, C., Burns, N., Brooker, E., Dolman, S., Devenport, E., Duncan, C., & Bailey, D. (in press). Evaluating whether MPA management measures meet ecological principles for effective biodiversity protection. Acta Oecologica,

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) have been implemented as a spatial management tool throughout the world in order to meet targets for marine biodiversity conservation. The success of MPAs in achieving biodiversity conservation objectives is strongly dep... Read More about Evaluating whether MPA management measures meet ecological principles for effective biodiversity protection.

Breathlessness and opioid prescribing in COPD in general practice: a cross-sectional, observational study (2020)
Journal Article
Currow, D. C., Johnson, M. J., Pollack, A., Ferreira, D. H., Kochovska, S., Ekström, M., & Harrison, C. (2020). Breathlessness and opioid prescribing in COPD in general practice: a cross-sectional, observational study. ERJ Open Research, 6(2), https://doi.org/10.1183/23120541.00299-2019

Abstract Chronic breathlessness is a disabling syndrome, prevalent in people with advanced chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Regular, low-dose, oral sustained-release morphine is approved in Australia to reduce symptomatic chronic breath... Read More about Breathlessness and opioid prescribing in COPD in general practice: a cross-sectional, observational study.

Ballroom Dancing for Community-dwelling Older Adults: A 12-month Study of the Effect on Well-being, Balance and Falls Risk (2020)
Journal Article
Chipperfield, S. R., & Stephenson, J. (in press). Ballroom Dancing for Community-dwelling Older Adults: A 12-month Study of the Effect on Well-being, Balance and Falls Risk. Activities, Adaptation and Aging, https://doi.org/10.1080/01924788.2020.1797437

Physical activities that involve muscle strengthening, balance and coordination skills such as ballroom dancing are encouraged for older adults to assist with the maintenance of functional autonomy and prevention of falls. Twenty-three community-dwel... Read More about Ballroom Dancing for Community-dwelling Older Adults: A 12-month Study of the Effect on Well-being, Balance and Falls Risk.

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