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Two Positions and Two Paths of the Localization of Chinese Sociology—A Discussion with Professor Xie Yu and He Xuefeng (2021)
Journal Article
Wang, C. (2021). Two Positions and Two Paths of the Localization of Chinese Sociology—A Discussion with Professor Xie Yu and He Xuefeng. Journal of Social Sciences 社会科学, 2021(1), 27-33. https://doi.org/10.13644/j.cnki.cn31-1112.2021.01.004

The current debate on the indigenization of Chinese sociology has been divided into two tit-for-tat positions: one is the disciplinary norm position, which advocates using China as a tool for the purpose of promoting the overall development of sociol... Read More about Two Positions and Two Paths of the Localization of Chinese Sociology—A Discussion with Professor Xie Yu and He Xuefeng.

Impact of COVID-19 on vascular patients worldwide: analysis of the COVIDSurg data (2021)
Journal Article
Hitchman, L., & Machin, M. (2021). Impact of COVID-19 on vascular patients worldwide: analysis of the COVIDSurg data. Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery, 62(6), 558-70. https://doi.org/10.23736/S0021-9509.21.12024-5

BACKGROUND: The COVIDSurg collaborative was an international multicenter prospective analysis of perioperative data from 235 hospitals in 24 countries. it found that perioperative COVID-19 infection was associated with a mortality rate of 24%. at the... Read More about Impact of COVID-19 on vascular patients worldwide: analysis of the COVIDSurg data.

CO2 Emissions, Economic Growth, and Energy Consumption in G7 and BRICS Countries (2021)
Journal Article
Bhattarai, K., & Brind, B. (2021). CO2 Emissions, Economic Growth, and Energy Consumption in G7 and BRICS Countries. Journal of Development Economics and Finance, 2(2),

This research set out to investigate whether economic growth has an impact on CO 2 emissions in G7 and BRICS countries, and whether the Paris Agreement has been effective in respect to CO 2 emissions by successfully analysing each of the five null hy... Read More about CO2 Emissions, Economic Growth, and Energy Consumption in G7 and BRICS Countries.

The Crawling Chaos: H. P. Lovecraft, Closed Gothic Spaces and ‘Dungeon Crawler’ Videogames (2021)
Book Chapter
Corstorphine, K., & Crofts, M. (in press). The Crawling Chaos: H. P. Lovecraft, Closed Gothic Spaces and ‘Dungeon Crawler’ Videogames. In A. Alcala Gonzalez, & C. H. Sederholm (Eds.), Lovecraft in the 21st Century: Dead, But Still Dreaming (213-226). New York: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367713065

Manuel Aguirre’s The Closed Space: Horror Literature and Western Symbolism (1990) drew critical focus to the importance of enclosed spaces and Gothic literature; caverns, catacombs and labyrinths. For Aguirre ‘the world is defined in horror literatur... Read More about The Crawling Chaos: H. P. Lovecraft, Closed Gothic Spaces and ‘Dungeon Crawler’ Videogames.

Understanding HPV and cervical screening (2021)
Journal Article
Butler, S., & Wilkinson, Y. (2022). Understanding HPV and cervical screening. Practice Nursing, 33(1), 14-17. https://doi.org/10.12968/pnur.2022.33.1.14

Cervical cancer is preventable and curable. Sarah Butler and Yvonne Wilkinson explain how the cervical screening programme has changed from a cytology based test to HPV primary screening Screening for human papillomavirus is now the primary test f... Read More about Understanding HPV and cervical screening.

Prostate cancer: unmet supportive and palliative care needs: national survey of patients and family carers (2021)
Journal Article
Johnson, M., Huang, C., Chen, H., Jones, L., & Twiddy, M. (in press). Prostate cancer: unmet supportive and palliative care needs: national survey of patients and family carers. BMJ supportive & palliative care, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2021-003438

Objectives: Men living with prostate cancer have supportive and palliative needs. However, few studies detail unmet needs (vs quality of life measurement) or include data from those with advanced disease. We aimed to identify unmet needs of people li... Read More about Prostate cancer: unmet supportive and palliative care needs: national survey of patients and family carers.

Pd-Immobilized Schiff Base Double-Layer Macrocycle: Synthesis, Structures, Peroxidase Mimic Activity, and Antibacterial Performance (2021)
Journal Article
Wang, K., Chen, K., Prior, T. J., Feng, X., & Redshaw, C. (2022). Pd-Immobilized Schiff Base Double-Layer Macrocycle: Synthesis, Structures, Peroxidase Mimic Activity, and Antibacterial Performance. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 14(1), 1423–1433. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.1c19795

Di-, tri-, and tetra-aldehydes have been employed to access new [2 + 2] [2 + 3] and [2 + 4] double-layer Schiff base macrocycles. The [2 + 3] compound has been used for the immobilization of Pd and the resulting composite has been employed as a perox... Read More about Pd-Immobilized Schiff Base Double-Layer Macrocycle: Synthesis, Structures, Peroxidase Mimic Activity, and Antibacterial Performance.

Perceptions of professional soccer coaches, support staff and players toward virtual reality and the factors that modify their intention to use it (2021)
Journal Article
Greenhough, B., Barrett, S., Towlson, C., & Abt, G. (2021). Perceptions of professional soccer coaches, support staff and players toward virtual reality and the factors that modify their intention to use it. PLoS ONE, 16(12), Article e0261378. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0261378

A small evidence base supports the use of virtual reality in professional soccer, yet there is a lack of information available on perceptions and desire to use the technology from those employed at professional soccer clubs. Therefore, the aim of the... Read More about Perceptions of professional soccer coaches, support staff and players toward virtual reality and the factors that modify their intention to use it.

How state ownership affects corporate R&D: An inverted‐U‐shaped relationship (2021)
Journal Article
Fu, T., Jian, Z., & Li, Y. (in press). How state ownership affects corporate R&D: An inverted‐U‐shaped relationship. International journal of finance & economics : IJFE, https://doi.org/10.1002/ijfe.2589

The existing literature provides mixed evidence about the effect of state ownership on corporate research and development (R&D). As this article hypothesizes, state ownership has a positive institutional effect on the investment environment for R&D a... Read More about How state ownership affects corporate R&D: An inverted‐U‐shaped relationship.

Clarivate listed nursing journals in 2020: What they publish and how they measure use of social media (2021)
Journal Article
Watson, R., Younas, A., Rehman, S. A., & Ali, P. A. (2021). Clarivate listed nursing journals in 2020: What they publish and how they measure use of social media. Frontiers of Nursing, 8(4), 429-436. https://doi.org/10.2478/fon-2021-0043

Objectives: To investigate what the most common types of articles that nursing journals purport to publish are and what they actually publish. And to investigate the extent to which academic nursing journals listed by Clarivate track alternative metr... Read More about Clarivate listed nursing journals in 2020: What they publish and how they measure use of social media.

Understanding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on delivery of rehabilitation in specialist palliative care services: An analysis of the CovPall-Rehab survey data (2021)
Journal Article
Bayly, J., Bradshaw, A., Fettes, L., Omarjee, M., Talbot-Rice, H., Walshe, C., …Maddocks, M. (in press). Understanding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on delivery of rehabilitation in specialist palliative care services: An analysis of the CovPall-Rehab survey data. Palliative medicine, https://doi.org/10.1177/02692163211063397

Background: Palliative rehabilitation involves multi-professional processes and interventions aimed at optimising patients’ symptom self-management, independence and social participation throughout advanced illness. Rehabilitation services were highl... Read More about Understanding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on delivery of rehabilitation in specialist palliative care services: An analysis of the CovPall-Rehab survey data.

What Can Explain Momentum? Evidence from Decomposition (2021)
Journal Article
Guo, J., Li, P., & Li, Y. (in press). What Can Explain Momentum? Evidence from Decomposition. Management Science, https://doi.org/10.1287/mnsc.2021.4135

This study comprehensively evaluates and ranks a large number of competing explanations for the momentum anomaly. As a benchmark for evaluation, firm fundamentals are found to be the most promising among well-known explanations of momentum, followed... Read More about What Can Explain Momentum? Evidence from Decomposition.

Terminal sliding mode control of an anthropomorphic manipulator with friction based observer (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Ali, K., Mehmood, A., & Iqbal, J. (2021). Terminal sliding mode control of an anthropomorphic manipulator with friction based observer. In 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Industry (ICRAI). https://doi.org/10.1109/ICRAI54018.2021.9651323

The role of modern control techniques has been instrumental in today’s robotic applications because of their increasing requirements for reliability, accuracy, productivity and repeatability. Robotic manipulators are highly non-linear systems with co... Read More about Terminal sliding mode control of an anthropomorphic manipulator with friction based observer.

Tethered ruthenium(II) η6-arene complexes: assessing the potential of benzylic substituents to control metal-centred chirality, and applications in asymmetric transfer hydrogenations of ketones (2021)
Journal Article
Shroot, S., Prior, T. J., Wiles, C., & Murray, B. S. (2022). Tethered ruthenium(II) η6-arene complexes: assessing the potential of benzylic substituents to control metal-centred chirality, and applications in asymmetric transfer hydrogenations of ketones. Journal of organometallic chemistry, 960, Article 122232. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jorganchem.2021.122232

The synthesis and characterisation of a small series of tethered ruthenium(II) η6-arene complexes is described, where a single benzylic substituent is examined as a route to enforcing chirality at the metal centre upon ligation of a tethered bidentat... Read More about Tethered ruthenium(II) η6-arene complexes: assessing the potential of benzylic substituents to control metal-centred chirality, and applications in asymmetric transfer hydrogenations of ketones.

Transition to a Sustainable Circular Plastics Economy in The Netherlands: Discourse and Policy Analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Calisto Friant, M., Lakerveld, D., Vermeulen, W. J. V., & Salomone, R. (2022). Transition to a Sustainable Circular Plastics Economy in The Netherlands: Discourse and Policy Analysis. Sustainability, 14(1), Article 190. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14010190

The circular economy (CE) has become a key sustainability discourse in the last decade. The Netherlands seeks to become fully circular by 2050 and the EU has set ambitious circularity targets in its CE Action Plan of 2015. The plastics sector, in par... Read More about Transition to a Sustainable Circular Plastics Economy in The Netherlands: Discourse and Policy Analysis.

Simplification or simulation: power calculation in clinical trials (2021)
Journal Article
Huang, C., Li, P., & Martin, C. R. (2022). Simplification or simulation: power calculation in clinical trials. Contemporary clinical trials, 113, Article 106663. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cct.2021.106663

Background and objectives: A justifiable sample size is essential at trial design stage. Generally this task is completed by forming the main research question into a statistical procedure and then implementing the published formulae or software pack... Read More about Simplification or simulation: power calculation in clinical trials.

Communication of poor prognosis between secondary and primary care: protocol for a systematic review with narrative synthesis (2021)
Journal Article
Pocock, L. V., Purdy, S., Barclay, S., Murtagh, F. E., & Selman, L. E. (2021). Communication of poor prognosis between secondary and primary care: protocol for a systematic review with narrative synthesis. BMJ open, 11(12), Article e055731. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-055731

Introduction People dying in Britain spend, on average, 3 weeks of their last year of life in hospital. Hospital discharge presents an opportunity for secondary care clinicians to communicate to general practitioners (GPs) which patients may have a p... Read More about Communication of poor prognosis between secondary and primary care: protocol for a systematic review with narrative synthesis.