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Assessing risk of reoffending in Romanian prisons
Modern prisons around the world have been using risk assessment tools for more than half a century. These tools have evolved alongside prison systems and are now considered to be an essential part of classification and ...
Does the delivery of diagnostic news affect the likelihood of whether or not patients ask questions about the results? A conversation analytic study
This paper was produced following a collaboration between researchers at Imperial College London, University of Leicester and De Montfort University.
Evaluation of The SmokeScreen
(Oxford Health Alliance, 2011)
The SmokeScreen, an intervention aimed at reducing the uptake of smoking in young people was evaluated in schools in Leicester. There were differences in smoking between schools, each gender, ethnic and religious groups. ...
Risk Assessment and Management of Individual's Convicted of a Sexual Offence in the UK
(PABST Science Publishers, 2018-12)
The UK has seen changes in sexual abuse policy and practice over the last 10 - 15 years that have been driven by austerity, risk management, public protection and the socio-political climate; these changes have been ...
Improving Research about us, with us: a draft framework for inclusive autism research
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-05-05)
It is both epistemologically, as well as ethically, problematic if the autistic voice is not heard in relation to social scientific research seeking to further develop knowledge of autism. Ever since autism first emerged, ...
The construction of community understandings of sexual violence: rethinking public, practitioner and policy discourses.
(Taylor Francis, 2014-10-07)
This article explores current societal framings and understandings of sexual violence, particularly child sexual abuse. The article starts by explaining how societal perceptions of child sexual abuse are formed through ...
The appeal of sad music: A brief overview of current directions in research on motivations for listening to sad music
After happiness, sadness is the most common emotion attributed to music. A recent proliferation of research has provided intense focus on the reasons why sad music is so popular. The research presented in this paper aims ...
Continuing professional development needs of nursing and allied health professionals with responsibility for prescribing
(Nurse Education Today, 2014-08-19)
Abstract: Continual Professional Development (CPD) for non-medical prescribers is recognised as being pivotal in maintaining up to date knowledge and skills influencing prescribing competence. This study was, therefore, ...
Summaries of Nursing Care-Related Systematic Reviews: Individual patient education for people with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Nurses in both the community and hospital setting are frequently the initial points of contact for diabetics and important providers of education and health promotion. The advent of nurse-led clinics and autonomous ...
A self-regulatory perspective on choosing ‘sad’ music to enhance mood.
1a) It was expected that for most music selection strategies mood-enhancement would be achieved indirectly by first achieving other functions rather than directly as a result of the music listening. 1b) In line with ...