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Telephone advice lines for adults with advanced illness and their family carers: a qualitative analysis and novel practical framework (2024)
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Pask, S., Omoruyi, A., Mohamed, A., Chambers, R. L., McFarlane, P. G., Johansson, T., …Murtagh, F. E. (2024). Telephone advice lines for adults with advanced illness and their family carers: a qualitative analysis and novel practical framework. Palliative medicine, https://doi.org/10.1177/02692163241242329

Background Telephone advice lines have been recommended internationally to support around-the-clock care for people living at home with advanced illness. While they undoubtedly support care, there is little evidence about what elements are needed fo... Read More about Telephone advice lines for adults with advanced illness and their family carers: a qualitative analysis and novel practical framework.

Financial literacy and household financial resilience (2024)
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Liu, T., Fan, M., Li, Y., & Yue, P. (2024). Financial literacy and household financial resilience. Finance research letters, Article 105378. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2024.105378

Rising uncertainty has drawn researchers’ attention towards households’ anti-risk capacities. Using data from the China Household Finance Survey covering 2019 to 2021, this study investigates the impact of financial literacy on household financial re... Read More about Financial literacy and household financial resilience.

An options-pricing approach to forecasting the French presidential election (2024)
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Fry, J., Hastings, T., & Binner, J. (in press). An options-pricing approach to forecasting the French presidential election. Journal of the Operational Research Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/01605682.2024.2334339

A subjective probability argument suggests vote-share estimates from polling companies can be interpreted as market prices. The corresponding election constitutes the price at a known future date. This makes an options-pricing approach particularly a... Read More about An options-pricing approach to forecasting the French presidential election.

Associations between multimorbidity and neuropathology in dementia: a case for considering functional cognitive disorders, psychiatric illness, and dementia mimics (2024)
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Hamilton, C. A., Matthews, F. E., Attems, J., Donaghy, P. C., Taylor, J., & Thomas, A. J. (in press). Associations between multimorbidity and neuropathology in dementia: a case for considering functional cognitive disorders, psychiatric illness, and dementia mimics. British Journal of Psychiatry, https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.2024.25

Cognitive impairment in older people has a variety of underlying causes. In addition to neurodegenerative causes such as Alzheimer's disease, a dementia-like cognitive disorder may appear due to non-degenerative factors. Multimorbidity has been previ... Read More about Associations between multimorbidity and neuropathology in dementia: a case for considering functional cognitive disorders, psychiatric illness, and dementia mimics.

Immersed in the transitioning HE sector: the impact of transitions in the higher education sector in England on staff and students (2024)
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Glazzard, J., & Tate, A. (2024). Immersed in the transitioning HE sector: the impact of transitions in the higher education sector in England on staff and students. International Journal of Educational and Life Transitions, 3(1), https://doi.org/10.5334/ijelt.77

The increasing marketisation of the UK higher education sector in recent years has resulted in multiple transitions for universities. Student evaluations of teaching and university league tables have placed greater importance on both the quality of t... Read More about Immersed in the transitioning HE sector: the impact of transitions in the higher education sector in England on staff and students.

Immersed in the Transitioning Higher Education Sector: The Impact of Transitions in the Higher Education Sector in England on Staff and Students. (2024)
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Tate, A., & Glazzard, J. (2024). Immersed in the Transitioning Higher Education Sector: The Impact of Transitions in the Higher Education Sector in England on Staff and Students. International Journal of Educational and Life Transitions, 3(1), 3. https://doi.org/10.5334/ijelt.77

The increasing marketisation of the UK higher education sector in recent years has resulted in multiple transitions for universities. Student evaluations of teaching and university league tables have placed greater importance on both the quality of t... Read More about Immersed in the Transitioning Higher Education Sector: The Impact of Transitions in the Higher Education Sector in England on Staff and Students..

Do We Listen to What Makes Children Happy? A Systematic Literature Review of Voices of Children Aged 3-7 Years in Educational Research (2024)
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Urbina-Garcia, A. (2024). Do We Listen to What Makes Children Happy? A Systematic Literature Review of Voices of Children Aged 3-7 Years in Educational Research. Journal of Happiness and Health, 4(2), 46-62. https://doi.org/10.47602/johah.v4i2.74

Research shows that children's views and experiences are usually overlooked in discussions related to their own happiness and wellbeing. In fact, the largest international study to date on children's wellbeing only included children aged 8-12. A revi... Read More about Do We Listen to What Makes Children Happy? A Systematic Literature Review of Voices of Children Aged 3-7 Years in Educational Research.

Health and Lifestyle Advisors in Support of Primary Care: An Evaluation of an Innovative Pilot Service in a Region of High Health Inequality (2024)
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Ingle, L., Martindale, R., Salami, B., Fakorede, I., Harvey, K., Capes, S., …Chipperfield, S. (2024). Health and Lifestyle Advisors in Support of Primary Care: An Evaluation of an Innovative Pilot Service in a Region of High Health Inequality. PLoS ONE, 19(4), Article e0298955. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0298955

Introduction: A health and lifestyle advisor service embedded within primary care was piloted in Kingston-upon-Hull from January 2021. We aimed to evaluate the first two years of service delivery by identifying patient demographics referred to the se... Read More about Health and Lifestyle Advisors in Support of Primary Care: An Evaluation of an Innovative Pilot Service in a Region of High Health Inequality.

Youth sport during the COVID-19 pandemic: The influence of race and affluence on parents’ perspectives of youth participation (2024)
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Hardiman, A. L., Fleming, D. J., Dorsch, T. E., Blazo, J. A., Farrey, T., Lerner, J. B., & Solomon, J. (2024). Youth sport during the COVID-19 pandemic: The influence of race and affluence on parents’ perspectives of youth participation. Social Sciences & Humanities Open, 10, Article 100907. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssaho.2024.100907

COVID-19 restrictions led to a nearly 50% decline in youth sport participation across the United States (Dorsch et al., 2021). Today, communities and sport organizations have resumed sport. However, research has yet to fully elucidate how COVID-19 re... Read More about Youth sport during the COVID-19 pandemic: The influence of race and affluence on parents’ perspectives of youth participation.

Assessment of the locational potential of floating offshore wind energy in South Africa (2024)
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Umoh, K., Hasan, A., Kenjegaliev, A., & Al-Qattan, A. (2024). Assessment of the locational potential of floating offshore wind energy in South Africa. Sustainable Energy Research, 11, Article 12. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40807-024-00104-4

Expanding floating wind into new markets could support emission reduction targets in several national contexts. It furthers the need for adequate assessments to gain a full understanding of the technology’s potential in future markets. South Africa i... Read More about Assessment of the locational potential of floating offshore wind energy in South Africa.

Predicting the Fracture Toughness of Human Cancellous Bone in Fractured Neck of Femur Patients Using Bone Volume and Micro-Architecture (2024)
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Adams, G. J., Cook, R. B., Gibson, M., & Zioupos, P. (2024). Predicting the Fracture Toughness of Human Cancellous Bone in Fractured Neck of Femur Patients Using Bone Volume and Micro-Architecture. Life, 14(4), Article 467. https://doi.org/10.3390/life14040467

The current protocol used to determine if an individual is osteoporotic relies on assessment of the individual's bone mineral density (BMD), which allows clinicians to judge the condition of a patient with respect to their peers. This, in essence, ev... Read More about Predicting the Fracture Toughness of Human Cancellous Bone in Fractured Neck of Femur Patients Using Bone Volume and Micro-Architecture.

Association between protein intake and muscle wasting in critically ill children: a prospective cohort study (2024)
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Tume, L. N., Simons, C., Latten, L., Huang, C., Comfort, P., Compton, V., …Valla, F. V. (in press). Association between protein intake and muscle wasting in critically ill children: a prospective cohort study. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, https://doi.org/10.1002/jpen.2627

Background Survival from pediatric critical illness in high-income countries is high, and the focus now must be on optimizing the recovery of survivors. Muscle mass wasting duri