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‘HeART of Stroke (HoS)’, a community-based Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological well-being following a stroke: protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility study (2015)
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Ellis-Hill, C., Gracey, F., Thomas, S., Lamont-Robinson, C., Thomas, P. W., Marques, E. M., …Jenkinson, D. F. (2015). ‘HeART of Stroke (HoS)’, a community-based Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological well-being following a stroke: protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility study. BMJ open, 5(8), e008888. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008888

Introduction Over 152 000 people in the UK have strokes annually and a third experience residual disability. Low mood also affects a third of stroke survivors; yet psychological support is poor. While Arts for Health interventions have been shown to... Read More about ‘HeART of Stroke (HoS)’, a community-based Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological well-being following a stroke: protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility study.

Rival bishops, rival cathedrals: the election of Cormac, archdeacon of Sodor, as bishop in 1331 (2009)
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Thomas, S. E. (2009). Rival bishops, rival cathedrals: the election of Cormac, archdeacon of Sodor, as bishop in 1331. Innes Review, 60(2), 145-163. doi:10.3366/e0020157x0900050x

On 6 July 1331, two procurators arrived in Bergen claiming that Cormac son of Cormac had been elected bishop of Sodor by the clergy of Skye and the canons of Snizort. Their arrival is recorded in a letter sent by Eiliv, archbishop of Nidaros, to two... Read More about Rival bishops, rival cathedrals: the election of Cormac, archdeacon of Sodor, as bishop in 1331.