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Is UK Animal Research Governance Facing A 'New Normal'? Considering the Risks and Benefits of 'Going Online' (2023)
Journal Article

Since a return to in-office working after the great disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and associated challenges, many conversations are still being had with regard to what the 'new normal' might look like in professional spaces and networks,... Read More about Is UK Animal Research Governance Facing A 'New Normal'? Considering the Risks and Benefits of 'Going Online'.

Investigating the potential of radar interferometry for monitoring rural artisanal cobalt mines in the democratic republic of the congo (2020)
Journal Article

© 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Greater awareness of the serious human rights abuses associated with the extraction and trade of cobalt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has applied increasing pressure for busine... Read More about Investigating the potential of radar interferometry for monitoring rural artisanal cobalt mines in the democratic republic of the congo.

An Individual Cognitive Stimulation Therapy App for People With Dementia: Development and Usability Study of Thinkability (2020)
Journal Article

Background: There is a lack of technological resources for the mental stimulation and communication of people with dementia, which can be helpful in improving cognition and quality of life. Paper-based individual cognitive stimulation therapy (iCST)... Read More about An Individual Cognitive Stimulation Therapy App for People With Dementia: Development and Usability Study of Thinkability.

Bordering Through Religion: A Case Study of Christians from the Muslim Majority World Seeking Asylum in the UK (2020)
Journal Article

The current global 'crisis' of the refugee movement has drawn to the forefront longstanding public worries about welcoming and accommodating refugees, especially in liberal democratic States. While religion is central to refuge, very little is known... Read More about Bordering Through Religion: A Case Study of Christians from the Muslim Majority World Seeking Asylum in the UK.

Mental Health Recovery Narratives and Their Impact on Recipients: Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis (2019)
Journal Article

Objective. Mental health recovery narratives are often shared in peer support work and anti-stigma campaigns. Internet technology provides access to an almost unlimited number of narratives, and yet little is known about how they impact on recipients... Read More about Mental Health Recovery Narratives and Their Impact on Recipients: Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis.