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What are the components of an effective model of home-based end of life care for children and families?

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Malcolm, C., & Knighting, K. (2020, October)
What are the components of an effective model of home-based end of life care for children and families?. Paper presented at 2020 International Congress on Palliative Care, Montreal, Canada
Objectives: To assess the effectiveness of a home-based end of life care service delivered via a partnership model by two organisations as perceived by families who have acces...

Meeting Psychosocial Needs to Improve Health: A Prospective Cohort Study

Journal Article
Snowden, A., Young, J., & Savinc, J. (in press)
Meeting Psychosocial Needs to Improve Health: A Prospective Cohort Study. BMC Cancer,
Background Cancer impacts on patients and their families across a range of different domains. For that reason, optimal cancer care has moved away from a disease-centric focus ...

Mild Cognitive Impairment and Psychological State in Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients: A prospective descriptive study at Cardiac Rehabilitation Entry, Completion and Follow-up

Journal Article
Gallagher, R., Woolaston, A., Tofler, G., Bauman, A., Zhao, E., Jeon, Y., …Naismith, S. (in press)
Mild Cognitive Impairment and Psychological State in Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients: A prospective descriptive study at Cardiac Rehabilitation Entry, Completion and Follow-up. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing,
Background: Cognitive impairments (CI) may limit uptake of secondary prevention in acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patients but is poorly understood, including in cardiac rehabi...

Process Evaluation for Technology Enabled Atrial Fibrillation Screening after a Stroke in Scotland

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Lennon, M., McCann, L., Horan, S., Kyfonidis, B., Munford, R., Bruce, A., …Brennan, K. (2020)
Process Evaluation for Technology Enabled Atrial Fibrillation Screening after a Stroke in Scotland. Scottish Government
Diagnosis of Atrial Fibrillation (AF) after stroke is a national priority. AF-related strokes typically cost twice as much to manage as non-AF related strokes (Miller et al, 2...

Does requiring trauma exposure affect rates of ICD-11 PTSD and complex PTSD? Implications for DSM-5

Journal Article
Hyland, P., Karatzias, T., Shevlin, M., Mcelroy, E., Ben-Ezra, M., Cloitre, M., & Brewin, C. R. (in press)
Does requiring trauma exposure affect rates of ICD-11 PTSD and complex PTSD? Implications for DSM-5. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy,
Objective: There is little evidence that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is more likely to follow traumatic events defined by Criterion A than non-Criterion A stressors. ...

Measuring women's experiences of childbirth using the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R)

Journal Article
Hollins Martin, C. J., Jimenez Martinez, L., & Martin, C. R. (2020)
Measuring women's experiences of childbirth using the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R). British Journal of Midwifery, 28(5), 306-312
Birth satisfaction relates to women's perceptions of their childbirth experience, with importance placed on the midwife to improve standards of the intranatal care provided. W...

Suicidal histories in adults experiencing psychological trauma: exploring vulnerability and protective factors

Journal Article
Grandison, G., Karatzias, T., Fyvie, C., Hyland, P., O’Connor, R. C., & Dickson, A. (in press)
Suicidal histories in adults experiencing psychological trauma: exploring vulnerability and protective factors. Archives of Suicide Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/13811118.2020.1758262
Objective: This study aimed to identify vulnerability and protective factors for suicidal histories among adults experiencing psychological trauma. Method: Adults seeking tre...

Physical activity for children under 5 years during COVID-19: Play your way and keep moving while at home

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Tomaz, S., Fawkner, S., Niven, A., Hanson, S., Williamson, C., Kelly, P., & Hanson, C. (2020)
Physical activity for children under 5 years during COVID-19: Play your way and keep moving while at home. https://blogs.bmj.com/bjsm/2020/04/29/physical-activity-for-children-under-5-years-during-covid-19-play-your-way-and-keep-moving-while-at-home/
Tomaz, S., Fawkner, S., Niven, A., Hanson, S., Williamson, C., Kelly, P., & Hanson, C. (2020). Physical activity for children under 5 years during COVID-19: Play your way and ...

On top or underneath: where does the general factor of psychopathology fit within a dimensional model of psychopathology?

Journal Article
Hyland, P., Murphy, J., Shevlin, M., Bentall, R. P., Karatzias, T., Ho, G. W., …McElroy, E. (in press)
On top or underneath: where does the general factor of psychopathology fit within a dimensional model of psychopathology?. Psychological Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1017/S003329172000104X
Background: Dimensional models of psychopathology are increasingly common, and there is evidence for the existence of a general dimension of psychopathology (‘p’). The existin...

Delivering healthcare remotely to cardiovascular patients during COVID-19: A rapid review of the evidence

Journal Article
Neubeck, L., Hansen, T., Jaarsma, T., Klompstra, L., & Gallagher, R. (in press)
Delivering healthcare remotely to cardiovascular patients during COVID-19: A rapid review of the evidence. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing,
Background: Although attention is focused on addressing the acute situation created by the COVID-19 illness, it is imperative to continue our efforts to prevent cardiovascular...

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Exploring knowledge and understanding of prostate and oesophageal cancer in people with intellectual disability

2020 - 2020
People with intellectual disability (PWID) are living longer, and at risk of age related diseases e.g. cancer. Research on cancer in PWID is limited, but identifies a different pattern of cancer from ...
Funder: The Melville Trust for Cure and Care of Cancer | Value: £1,800

Who benefits from cardiovascular risk reduction programmes? Building a Scottish observatory to measure the impact of blood pressure (BP) telemonitoring and future cardiovascular risk reduction interve...

2020 - 2023
The British Heart Foundation is partnering the Scottish Government in supporting the roll out of an evidence based BP telemonitoring initiative (scale up BP) in order to facilitate increased detection...
Funder: British Heart Foundation | Value: £192,845

Online debriefings with care home staff after a resident’s death: improving coping mechanisms, team cohesion and communication with relatives

2020 - 2020
To support care home staff, it is essential to assist them to cope individually, within a cohesive team and support confident communication about death with excluded relatives. This project focusses o...
Funder: Chief Scientists Office | Value: £20,864

Avoiding Burn Out of Care Home Workforce: sharing national learning and local initiatives that support resilience and retention during the COVID-19 pandemic

2020 - 2020
A key issue arising from the Covid-19 pandemic for Care Homes is heightened risk of staff burn out, further undermining already problematic staff retention in this sector. This short, high impact stud...
Funder: Chief Scientists Office | Value: £9,317

ACS discharge and medication education using Avatar technologies to prevent 30-day readmission.

2020 - 2022
Australian data report that up to 1 in 5 acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patients are readmitted within 30-days.[1] It is estimated that between 2017-18, ACS events cost Australia $1,930 million.[2] Int...

PhD studentship: DATA SCIENCE AND ADHERENCE TO MEDICATIONS

2020 - 2025
Adherence to medications is increasingly important for population health, as chronic conditions become more prevalent. With the development of IT infrastructures that record medication prescribing and...
Funder: Scottish Government | Value: £30,000

Developing a behavioural intervention to increase lay-people's intentions to initiate CPR in the event of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA)

2019 - 2020
This project aims to increase the number of people who survive after an "out of hospital cardiac arrest" by helping make sure that people who are trained in resuscitation feel able and confident enoug...
Funder: Medical Research Council | Value: £1,946

Accelerating the development of a psychological intervention to support treatment decision-making capacity in psychosis: Feasibility of an Umbrella trial.

2019 - 2021
Clinicians are legally and ethically obliged to respect patients’ autonomy and the decisions patients make about their treatment, unless they lack “capacity” for such decision making. In the last 10 ...
Funder: Chief Scientists Office | Value: £287,110

Optimising Hepatitis C Treatment for People Who Inject Drugs: Developing a GP-led Patient Pathway.

2019 - 2021
Approximately 37,000 people are infected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) in Scotland, with over 85% of infections in people who inject, or have injected drugs (PWID). Treatment for HCV is simple, to...
Funder: Chief Scientists Office | Value: £201,470

Care Home Data Platform

2019 - 2019
Care home research to develope a data and innovation platform to support inclusive, person-centred research in care homes in Lothian
Funder: NHS Lothian | Value: £28,882

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Uncovering the essence of compassionate craftsmanship and facilitating its development in student nurses

2020 - date
Associate Professor Liz Adamson | Director of Studies: Prof Kay Sambell | Second Supervisor: Dr Brian Williams

Standardisation and validation of the International Trauma Interview (ITI)

2020 - date
Zoe Wagland | Director of Studies: Prof Thanos Karatzias | Second Supervisor: Dr Paul Hutton

A exploration of how mental health nurses learn to provide sexual health care

2019 - date
Ms Avril Hendry | Director of Studies: Dr Sarah Doyle | Second Supervisor: Dr Sally Brown

Beyond numbers and tasks: An ethnographic study exploring the work of district nursing teams and the impact this has on patients, carers, families and communities

2019 - date
Bruce Harper-McDonald | Director of Studies: Dr Janet Hanley | Second Supervisor: Dr Claire Kydonaki

Should I stay or should I go? An exploration of the experience of deciding to leave the nursing profession

2019 - date
Fiona Bastow | Director of Studies: Dr Catherine Mahoney | Second Supervisor: Dr Jessica MacLaren

Exploring the relationships between academic and placement learning during adult field nurse education in Scotland: A mixed methods study

2019 - date
Mrs Gillian Taylor | Director of Studies: Dr Elaine Carnegie | Second Supervisor: Dr Nicola Ring

An investigation into the validity of utilising learning analytics to support and inform student retention and achievement in post-16 education.

2019 - date
Kerry Heathcote | Director of Studies: Dr Catherine Mahoney | Second Supervisor: Dr Fiona Smart

The co-production, development and field testing of an educational nutrition programme for carers of adults with learning disabilities living in a care home

2019 - date
Mhari Henderson-Laidlaw | Director of Studies: Ruth Paterson | Second Supervisor: Dr Maria Truesdale

A realist evaluation of the design and implementation of a community based mobile health app aimed at increasing physical activity.

2019 - date
Jordan Bell | Director of Studies: Dr Coral Hanson | Second Supervisor: Prof Lis Neubeck

A qualitative study exploring healthcare professionals' perceptions to the barriers and facilitators of electronic prescribing systems

2019 - date
Alison Mcnulty | Director of Studies: Ruth Paterson | Second Supervisor: Prof Austyn Snowden