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Parenting in a changing climate: the relationship between talking to children aged 5-11 about climate change, family eco-behaviours and climate change anxiety (2024)
Journal Article
Jackson, J. (in press). Parenting in a changing climate: the relationship between talking to children aged 5-11 about climate change, family eco-behaviours and climate change anxiety. Global Health Economics and Sustainability,

Climate change has a substantial impact on human health and the increased symptoms of climate change anxiety have led to a global call for action. However, data exploring the relationship between climate change, mental health, and individuals with pa... Read More about Parenting in a changing climate: the relationship between talking to children aged 5-11 about climate change, family eco-behaviours and climate change anxiety.

Psychological interventions for mood and cognition after stroke and transient ischaemic attack: A protocol for an umbrella review (2024)
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Kontou, E., Shokraneh, F., das Nair, R., Quinn, T., Leonardi-Bee, J., Thorpe, N., …Drummond, A. (2024). Psychological interventions for mood and cognition after stroke and transient ischaemic attack: A protocol for an umbrella review. F1000Research, 13, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.146343.2

Background People who have had a stroke or a Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) can experience psychological and/or cognitive difficulties. The body of research for psychological and neuropsychological interventions after stroke is growing, however, pu... Read More about Psychological interventions for mood and cognition after stroke and transient ischaemic attack: A protocol for an umbrella review.

Mapping the evidence on factors related to postpartum contraception among sub-Saharan African immigrant and refugee women in the United States of America: A scoping review protocol (2024)
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Olorunsaiye, C. Z., Badru, M. A., Osborne, A., Degge, H. M., & Yaya, S. (2024). Mapping the evidence on factors related to postpartum contraception among sub-Saharan African immigrant and refugee women in the United States of America: A scoping review protocol. PLoS ONE, 19(5), Article e0304222. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0304222

Background Postpartum contraception is essential to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care because it encourages healthy spacing between births, helps women avoid unwanted pregnancies, and lessens the risks of health problems for mothers and ba... Read More about Mapping the evidence on factors related to postpartum contraception among sub-Saharan African immigrant and refugee women in the United States of America: A scoping review protocol.

Developing a Tool for Assessing the Process of Seeking Health Information: Online Think-Aloud Method (2024)
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Alhejaili, A., Wharrad, H., & Windle, R. (2024). Developing a Tool for Assessing the Process of Seeking Health Information: Online Think-Aloud Method. Healthcare, 12(10), Article 1039. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare12101039

Nursing students can access massive amounts of online health data to drive cutting-edge evidence-based practice in clinical placement, to bridge the theory–practice gap. This activity requires investigation to identify the strategies nursing students... Read More about Developing a Tool for Assessing the Process of Seeking Health Information: Online Think-Aloud Method.

Bisphosphonate alternative regimens for the prevention of osteoporotic fragility fractures: BLAST-OFF, a mixed-methods study (2024)
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Sahota, O., Narayanasamy, M., Bastounis, A., Paskins, Z., Bishop, S., Langley, T., …Leonardi-Bee, J. (2024). Bisphosphonate alternative regimens for the prevention of osteoporotic fragility fractures: BLAST-OFF, a mixed-methods study. Health Technology Assessment, 28(21), https://doi.org/10.3310/WYPF0472

Background: Bisphosphonates are a class of medication commonly used to treat osteoporosis. Alendronate is recommended as the first-line treatment; however, long-term adherence (both treatment compliance and persistence) is poor. Alternative bisphosph... Read More about Bisphosphonate alternative regimens for the prevention of osteoporotic fragility fractures: BLAST-OFF, a mixed-methods study.

How did the Covid-19 pandemic affect wellbeing of staff working in child and family teams? (2024)
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Creer, S., Kuforiji, O., Turvey, A., & Jackson, J. E. (2024). How did the Covid-19 pandemic affect wellbeing of staff working in child and family teams?. Journal of Health Visiting, 12(3), 108-114. https://doi.org/10.12968/johv.2024.12.3.108

During the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, child and family health teams were required to adapt and prioritise services, which were increasing in demand. This investigation aimed to understand how the changes in service delivery and workload, as a c... Read More about How did the Covid-19 pandemic affect wellbeing of staff working in child and family teams?.

Flexor Injury Rehabilitation Splint Trial (FIRST): protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing three splints for finger flexor tendon repairs (2024)
Journal Article
Bamford, E., Berntsson, H., Beale, S., Desoysa, L., Dias, J., Hamer-Kiwacz, S., …Drummond, A. (2024). Flexor Injury Rehabilitation Splint Trial (FIRST): protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing three splints for finger flexor tendon repairs. Trials, 25(1), Article 193. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-024-08013-z

Background: Without surgical repair, flexor tendon injuries do not heal and patients’ ability to bend fingers and grip objects is impaired. However, flexor tendon repair surgery also requires optimal rehabilitation. There are currently three custom-m... Read More about Flexor Injury Rehabilitation Splint Trial (FIRST): protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing three splints for finger flexor tendon repairs.

Understanding how nurses can effectively utilise social media for increasing public involvement, recruitment, and impact dissemination of Clinical Research Trials (2024)
Journal Article
JACKSON, J. (in press). Understanding how nurses can effectively utilise social media for increasing public involvement, recruitment, and impact dissemination of Clinical Research Trials. Journal of Research in Nursing,

Background The methodologies for clinical research trials are evolving to greater usage of social media platforms, providing opportunities to incorporate smart technologies in their delivery. Research Nurses should consider how they can utilise pla... Read More about Understanding how nurses can effectively utilise social media for increasing public involvement, recruitment, and impact dissemination of Clinical Research Trials.