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Stigma and the delegitimation experience: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of people living with chronic fatigue syndrome

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Dickson, A., Knussen, C., & Flowers, P. (2007)
Stigma and the delegitimation experience: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of people living with chronic fatigue syndrome. Psychology and Health, 22(7), 851-867. doi:10.1080/14768320600976224
Individual in-depth interviews with 14 people with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) were conducted, focusing on the experience of living with CFS. The interviews were transcribe...

Stability of the small γ-tubulin complex requires HCA66, a protein of the centrosome and the nucleolus.

Journal Article
Fant, X., Gnadt, N., Haren, L., & Merdes, A. (2009)
HCA66, a protein of the centrosome and the nucleolus. Journal of Cell Science, 122, 1134-1144. https://doi.org/10.1242/jcs.035238
To investigate changes at the centrosome during the cell cycle, we analyzed the composition of the pericentriolar material from unsynchronized and S-phase-arrested cells by ge...

Sports injury and illness epidemiology - Great Britain Olympic Team (TeamGB) surveillance during the Sochi 2014 winter Olympic games.

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Palmer-Green, D., & Elliott, N. (2014)
Sports injury and illness epidemiology - Great Britain Olympic Team (TeamGB) surveillance during the Sochi 2014 winter Olympic games. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49, 25-29. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2014-094206
Background: sports injury and illness surveillance is the first step in injury and illness prevention, and is important for the protection of both athlete health and performan...

Student and teacher co-navigation of a course: following the natural lines of academic enquiry.

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Huxham, M., Hunter, M., McIntyre, A., Shilland, R., & McArthur, J. (2015)
Student and teacher co-navigation of a course: following the natural lines of academic enquiry. Teaching in Higher Education, 20(5), 530-541. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2015.1036730
Using the mountaineering metaphor of ‘natural lines’ this article describes the co-navigation of an honours course by students and teachers. It suggests the benefits and possi...

The barriers and facilitators to routine outcome measurement by allied health professionals in practice: a systematic review

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Duncan, E. A., & Murray, J. (2012)
The barriers and facilitators to routine outcome measurement by allied health professionals in practice: a systematic review. BMC Health Services Research, 12(1), 96. https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-12-96
Background: Allied Health Professionals today are required, more than ever before, to demonstrate their impact. However, despite at least 20 years of expectation, many service...

The design and evaluation of a self-management algorithm for people with type 1 diabetes performing moderate intensity exercise

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Charlton, J., Kilbride, L., MacLean, R., Darlison, M. G., & McKnight, J. (2015)
The design and evaluation of a self-management algorithm for people with type 1 diabetes performing moderate intensity exercise. Practical Diabetes, 32(2), (64-69). ISSN 2047-2900
Limited evidence is available to advise people with type 1 diabetes about self-management strategies for maintaining acceptable glycaemic control when exercising. A systemati...

‘That was my old life; it's almost like a past-life now’: Identity crisis, loss and adjustment amongst people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Journal Article
Dickson, A., Knussen, C., & Flowers, P. (2008)
‘That was my old life; it's almost like a past-life now’: Identity crisis, loss and adjustment amongst people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Psychology and Health, 23(4), 459-476. doi:10.1080/08870440701757393
Individual in-depth interviews were conducted with 14 people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). The interviews centred on the experience of living with the condition from th...

What are the threats from antimicrobial resistance for maternity units in low- and middle- income countries?

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Graham, W. J., Afsana, K., Campbell, O. M. R., Graham, W. J., Morrison, E., Dancer, S., …Woodd, S. (2016)
What are the threats from antimicrobial resistance for maternity units in low- and middle- income countries?. Global Health Action, 9(1), 33381. https://doi.org/10.3402/gha.v9.33381
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Walking, talking and looking: effects of divided attention on gaze behaviour and visual search performance in a real-world environment

Journal Article
Wincenciak, J., Egan, C. D., & Willis, A. (2010)
Walking, talking and looking: effects of divided attention on gaze behaviour and visual search performance in a real-world environment. Perception, 39, 35
Visually-guided behaviour in the laboratory may not always reflect that in larger-scale environments, using more realistic tasks. (eg Smith et al, 2008 Cogn Process 9 121-126)...

Waddlia chondrophila Infects and Multiplies in Ovine Trophoblast Cells Stimulating an Inflammatory Immune Response

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Wheelhouse, N., Coyle, C., Barlow, P. G., Mitchell, S., Greub, G., Baszler, T., …Longbottom, D. (2014)
Waddlia chondrophila Infects and Multiplies in Ovine Trophoblast Cells Stimulating an Inflammatory Immune Response. PLOS ONE, 9(7), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0102386
BACKGROUND Waddlia chondrophila (W. chondrophila) is an emerging abortifacient organism which has been identified in the placentae of humans and cattle. The organism is a mem...