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Exploring Boundaries in Food Systems Research: Implications for Projects on UK Food Security (2020)
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Helfgott, A., & Midgley, G. (in press). Exploring Boundaries in Food Systems Research: Implications for Projects on UK Food Security. Swindon: RCUK Global Food Security Programme (subcontract to University of Oxford)

Executive Summary This report describes the Global Food Security (GFS) Boundaries Project, which represents the first systematic attempt to apply critical systems thinking and practice to a food systems research programme (as opposed to a single... Read More about Exploring Boundaries in Food Systems Research: Implications for Projects on UK Food Security.

The power of metaphorical language in treaty diplomacy (2019)
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Hatton, H., & Porter, J. The power of metaphorical language in treaty diplomacy. UNESCO

Submitted to UNESCO World Report of Languages 2019 https://en.unesco.org/feedback/call-research-papers-within-context-2019-international-year-indigenous-languages

University Of Hull MTB Trail Centre Research Summary Report (2019)
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Gibbs, D., & Holloway, L. (2019). University Of Hull MTB Trail Centre Research Summary Report. University of Hull

This report provides a summary of key findings from a small research project conducted in 2018, focusing on mountain bike trail centres as an example of the ‘experience economy’. The research included interviews with representatives of public and pri... Read More about University Of Hull MTB Trail Centre Research Summary Report.

UCISA 2018 TEL Survey Report (2018)
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Walker, R., Voce, J., Jenkins, M., Barrand, M., Hollinshead, L., Craik, A., …Brown, V. UCISA 2018 TEL Survey Report. UCISA

UCISA has been surveying the sector on the application of technology enhanced learning (TEL) in our institutions for over eighteen years. The changing language of past Surveys neatly reflects the evolving development of support provision for TEL... Read More about UCISA 2018 TEL Survey Report.

NIHR Liver/Renal Biomarker Programme Final Report: Evaluating the benefits for patients and the NHS of new and existing biological fluid biomarkers in liver and renal disease (2017)
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Selby, P., Banks, R., Gregory, W., Hewison, J., Rosenberg, W., Altman, D., …Hutchinson, M. (2017). NIHR Liver/Renal Biomarker Programme Final Report: Evaluating the benefits for patients and the NHS of new and existing biological fluid biomarkers in liver and renal disease. NIHR

Protein biomarkers are naturally occurring substances that can be measured, often in fluids such as blood or urine, and which provide information about a patient and their illness. Different diseases have different biomarkers. When people become ill,... Read More about NIHR Liver/Renal Biomarker Programme Final Report: Evaluating the benefits for patients and the NHS of new and existing biological fluid biomarkers in liver and renal disease.

How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals (2016)
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Pinkney, J., Rance, S., Benger, J., Brant, H., Joel-Edgar, S., Swancutt, D., …Byng, R. (2016). How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals. NIHR HSDR

Background Hospital emergency admissions have risen annually, exacerbating pressures on emergency departments (EDs) and acute medical units. These pressures have an adverse impact on patient experience and potentially lead to suboptimal clinical dec... Read More about How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals.

Entrepreneurship skills: literature and policy review (2015)
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Snowden, N., Johnson, S., Mukhuty, S., Fletcher, B., & Williams, T. (2015). Entrepreneurship skills: literature and policy review. Department of Business, Innovation & Skills

BIS research paper no. 236

The impact of welfare reform in Scotland Tracking Study: Year 1 Findings (2014)
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Graham, H., Lister, B., Egdell, V., McQuaid, R., & Raeside, R. (2014). The impact of welfare reform in Scotland Tracking Study: Year 1 Findings. Scottish Government

This report presents the findings from the first year of a study that aims to explore the impact of ongoing changes to the welfare system on a range of households in Scotland over time. This report builds on the results of both the Sweep 1 interviews... Read More about The impact of welfare reform in Scotland Tracking Study: Year 1 Findings.

The impact of welfare reform in Scotland tracking study: Baseline findings (2014)
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Lister, B., Graham, H., Egdell, V., McQuaid, R., & Raeside, R. (2014). The impact of welfare reform in Scotland tracking study: Baseline findings. Scottish Government

The aim of the study is to explore the impact of on-going welfare changes on a range of households in Scotland over time. This report provides a review of the literature and presents the results of the first sweep of interviews which took place from... Read More about The impact of welfare reform in Scotland tracking study: Baseline findings.

Evaluating the business impact of social science (2013)
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Orr, K., Sturgeon-Adams, L., Terry, M., Smith, R., Bettany, S., & Johnson, S. (2013). Evaluating the business impact of social science

The University of Hull is pleased to submit this proposal to the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to undertake a study of the impact on business of social science. The research will be undertaken by a team from the University’s Busin... Read More about Evaluating the business impact of social science.

Is ‘minimising the footprint’ an effective intervention to maximise the recovery of intertidal sediments from disturbance? Phase 1: Literature review (2013)
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Smyth, K., & Mazik, K. (2013). Is ‘minimising the footprint’ an effective intervention to maximise the recovery of intertidal sediments from disturbance? Phase 1: Literature review. England: Natural England

Intertidal sediment habitats and the communities they support can be subject to significant physical disturbance resulting from both natural processes and anthropogenic activities (e.g. intertidal fishing activities, construction work and recreationa... Read More about Is ‘minimising the footprint’ an effective intervention to maximise the recovery of intertidal sediments from disturbance? Phase 1: Literature review.

Building restorative relationships for the workplace (2011)
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Lambert, C., Johnstone, G., Green, S., & Shipley, R. (2011). Building restorative relationships for the workplace

A 2011 major piece of research into building restorative workplaces by the Goodwin Development Trust found that implementing restorative justice helped managers to share the pressure of decision-making, hold their team more accountable and develop be... Read More about Building restorative relationships for the workplace.

Don't look back? Improving health and social care service delivery for older LGB users (2010)
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Ward, R., Pugh, S., & Price, L. (2010). Don't look back? Improving health and social care service delivery for older LGB users

There are wide gaps in knowledge about the lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) UK population in relation to their physical and mental health outcomes, use of health and social services and experiences of health and social care more generally.  Very... Read More about Don't look back? Improving health and social care service delivery for older LGB users.