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The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided. See our Policies for further information.



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“Dirge to Slit Bodies”: EndSARS, Police Brutality, and Nigerian Dystopia in Jumoke Verissimo and James Yéku’s Soro Soke: When Poetry Speaks Up (2024)
Book Chapter

Since the post-independent era, Nigerian literary and political activists from Fela Anikupo Kuti’s Zombie to Ken Saro-Wiwa’s “Silence Would Be Treason”, and Wole Soyinka’s The Man Die have utilized a plethora of genres to parody, protest, and provoke... Read More about “Dirge to Slit Bodies”: EndSARS, Police Brutality, and Nigerian Dystopia in Jumoke Verissimo and James Yéku’s Soro Soke: When Poetry Speaks Up.

Uptake, safety and effectiveness of inactivated influenza vaccine in inflammatory bowel disease: a UK-wide study (2024)
Journal Article

Objective To investigate (1) the UK-wide inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) uptake in adults with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), (2) the association between vaccination against influenza and IBD flare and (3) the effectiveness of IIV in preventin... Read More about Uptake, safety and effectiveness of inactivated influenza vaccine in inflammatory bowel disease: a UK-wide study.

Evaluation of factors predicting tinnitus outcomes following cochlear implantation: Protocol for a prospective quasi-experimental study (2024)
Journal Article

Cochlear implantation is an effective intervention to restore useful aspects of hearing function in adults with severe-to-profound hearing loss. Tinnitus, the perception of sound in the absence of an external source, is common in people with severe-t... Read More about Evaluation of factors predicting tinnitus outcomes following cochlear implantation: Protocol for a prospective quasi-experimental study.

A classical hypothesis test for assessing the homogeneity of disease transmission in stochastic epidemic models (2024)
Journal Article

This paper addresses the problem of assessing the homogeneity of the disease transmission process in stochastic epidemic models in populations that are partitioned into social groups. We develop a classical hypothesis test for completed epidemics whi... Read More about A classical hypothesis test for assessing the homogeneity of disease transmission in stochastic epidemic models.

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