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Shame, self-discrepancies, and adjustment after acquired brain injury (2020)
Journal Article
Hughes, R., Fleming, P., & Henshall, L. (in press). Shame, self-discrepancies, and adjustment after acquired brain injury. Brain Injury, 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699052.2020.1776395

ABSTRACT Objectives: To explore the relationship between shame and self-discrepancies and the extent that these factors predict adjustment after an acquired brain injury (ABI). Method: 62 participants with an ABI completed the following self-repor... Read More about Shame, self-discrepancies, and adjustment after acquired brain injury.

Conceptualising women's perinatal well-being: a systematic review of theoretical discussions (2019)
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Wadephul, F., Glover, L., & Jomeen, J. (2019). Conceptualising women's perinatal well-being: a systematic review of theoretical discussions. Midwifery, TBC, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2019.102598

Background: Perinatal well-being has increasingly become the focus of research, clinical practice and policy. However, attention has mostly been on a reductionist understanding of well-being based on a mind-body duality. Conceptual clarity around wha... Read More about Conceptualising women's perinatal well-being: a systematic review of theoretical discussions.

The experience of talking about hearing voices with family, friends, and others (2019)
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Watkins, S., Gupta, A., & Sanderson, C. (in press). The experience of talking about hearing voices with family, friends, and others. Psychosis, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1080/17522439.2019.1690561

Objective: There is evidence to suggest that close social networks and wider social influences have a significant impact on people who hear voices. The aim of this research was to explore people’s experiences of talking about voice hearing with famil... Read More about The experience of talking about hearing voices with family, friends, and others.

Development of an evidence-based 'Best Practice Model' for teams managing crisis in dementia: protocol (2019)
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Stanyon, M., Streater, A., Coleston-Shields, D., Yates, J., Challis, D., Dening, T., …Orrell, M. (in press). Development of an evidence-based 'Best Practice Model' for teams managing crisis in dementia: protocol. JMIR Research Protocols,

Introduction: Teams working in the community to manage crisis in dementia do currently exist, but with widely varying models of practice it is difficult to determine the effectiveness of such teams. The aim of this study is to develop a ‘Best Practic... Read More about Development of an evidence-based 'Best Practice Model' for teams managing crisis in dementia: protocol.


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