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FIReS webinar 1: Fostering innovative resilience of clinical services to major disasters

Nebil Achour
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time ever modern healthcare systems globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates while maintaining most urgent operations. Although this approach is often adopted during disasters, its adoption for pandemic has caused tremendous disruption for healthcare systems in the forms of backlog and reduction in the ability of hospitals to provide care to millions...

FIReS webinar 1: Fostering innovative resilience of clinical services to major disasters

Nebil Achour & Hamdi Lamine
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time ever modern healthcare systems globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates while maintaining most urgent operations. Although this approach is often adopted during disasters, its adoption for pandemic has caused tremendous disruption for healthcare systems in the forms of backlog and reduction in the ability of hospitals to provide care to millions...

Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic

Nebil Achour
This is the recording of the “Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic International Webinar”. The Webinar was held on 27 May 2021 by Anglia Ruskin University, UK. The recording provides information for healthcare professionals, major emergency planners, policy makers and engineers aiming to support hospital decision makers to improve resilience through learning about the experience of national and international hospitals. Five speakers from multi-disciplinary backgrounds share their recent research and lessons...

Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic

Nebil Achour
This is the recording of the “Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic International Webinar”. The Webinar was held on 27 May 2021 by Anglia Ruskin University, UK. The recording provides information for healthcare professionals, major emergency planners, policy makers and engineers aiming to support hospital decision makers to improve resilience through learning about the experience of national and international hospitals. Five speakers from multi-disciplinary backgrounds share their recent research and lessons...

Research Questions for Engineering Resilience in Healthcare

Walt Vernon
Research Questions for Engineering Resilience in Healthcare. Delivered on 17 March 2022 to FIReS Network Webinar 2.

Healthcare Facility Lifelines Resilience

Hasan Akcay
Healthcare Facility Lifelines Resilience. Presentation delivered to FIReS Network on 17 March 2022.

FIReS Webinar 2 Fostering innovative resilience in healthcare: support services and infrastructure (Flyer)

Nebil Achour & Hamdi Lamine
FIReS Webinar 2 Fostering innovative resilience in healthcare: support services and infrastructure. Event flyer, agenda and speaker and organiser biographies.

FIReS Webinar 2 Transcript

Nebil Achour & Hamdi Lamine
Auto-generated transcript of the FIReS 2 webinar held on 17 March 2022.

Supplemental Material - Understanding the Complex Causes of Primate Brain Evolution

Max Kerney
This is the supplemental material to the thesis "Understanding the Complex Causes of Primate Brain Evolution" by Max Kerney (2021). The main thesis can be found at https://arro.anglia.ac.uk/id/eprint/707381/.

This .zip file contains a complete offline version of the website that hosted the tables and figures for the thesis. It can be accessed locally on a computer (if R is installed) by downloading the .zip file and running the script “LAUNCH VIEWER.r”.

Energy-SHIFTS scoping workshop – ‘Evidence in the energy policy process’, Brussels (Belgium); 18 June 2019

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
In the Spring and Summer of 2019, Energy-SHIFTS undertook four scoping workshops based around the multi-stakeholder exploration of four ‘SSH Priority Themes’. Each workshop involved 20-30 participants, plus 2 Early-Stage Researchers, and resulted in tangible recommendations for the organisation of, and maximising the impact of, the rest of Energy-SHIFTS’ project activities.

The core purpose of these workshops was to open up discussion around some of the big energy-SSH issues being funded by the European Commission. We...

Responding and Adapting to COVID-19: An Allied Health Response

Pippa Hales
Presentation of Pippa Hales (Royal Papworth Hospital) at FIReS Webinar 1. 15 February 2022.

Responding and Adapting to COVID-19: An Allied Health Response

Pippa Hales
Presentation of Pippa Hales (Royal Papworth Hospital) at FIReS Webinar 1. 15 February 2022.

Task_1_1_PLEDGES_figshare_pdf.pdf

Ilaria Perissi & Aled Jones
PLEDGES PROJECT - Task 1.1 aims to highlight the state of the art in decarbonization policy and incentives strategy for EU27 as a whole and each Member State. The study is mainly based on the evaluations of the Final National Energy and Climate plans (NECPs) published in September 2020 and the analysis of the assessment of recommendations the European Commission gave for improving the plans published in October 2020. At present NECPs represent the main...

Investigation of the EU27 Member State’s cultural and social habits gender-disaggregated and how these may impact national decarbonising.

Ilaria Perissi & Aled Jones
Task 1.3 aims to assess the EU27 Member State’s cultural and social habits gender-disaggregated where possibly, and how these may impact national decarbonizing. The study is split into two main steps • Based on Eurostat statistics, evaluation of the energy intensity of the EU 27 household’ activities grouped by “Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (COICOP)”, to highlight which, among these activities, are more energy consuming (no gender disaggregation possible) • Investigations on European...

Ilg et al PLOSOne full dataset

Marcus Ilg
Dataset of data underlying results in PLOSOne study

Ilg et al PLOSOne full dataset

Marcus Ilg
Dataset of data underlying results in PLOSOne study

2. The True source of the Sans

Jon Melton
ATypI 18 Antwerp Type Legacies Conference

The True source of the Sans
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz5X9my_X5Q

Published online January 2019 [Play, and Listen online to the Presentation while studying the Slides on Figshare. Or download the low-res Presentation with presenter notes .pdf]
Abstract:
The search for the origin of today’s commercial sans serif typography has become something of a ‘holy grail’ for type historians. The earliest known example of a deliberately geometrical...

Profiling information seeking behaviour of nursing students_EBLIP.pptx

Peter Stokes
Conference presentation on profiling the information seeking behaviour of nursing students at the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference in Glasgow, June 2019

San serif Bishop Marks from 1673

Jon Melton
TypeThursday London (in Cambridge) 09 May 2019
Symposium and Type Design Critique


San serif Bishop Marks from 1673
Practice-based historical research is utilized within the production of an alphabet of letterforms which explore the context for sans serif Bishop Marks from 1673. The limited published history and original primary examples were studied within the production of an experimental digital typeface of the date-stamp glyphs required within a functional computer font. The letterform modelling and characteristics represent a late...

Barriers and enablers to Caregivers Responsive feeding Behaviour (CRiB): A mixed method systematic review protocol PRISMA-P checklist

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The PRISMA-P checklist for an HRB Protocol for a systematic review, by the same authors, into barriers and enablers to responsive feeding for obesity prevention.

Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen
Research Type specimens

Type specimens are defined as typographic design that showcases a typeface design and its use. These Initial letters were revived directly from an original engraving by Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s of plate 41 Fig. II and III of Le Antichità Romane, and the design extended to include all 26 Capitals. Including a specific ‘G’ that reflects the Roman creation of the letter from an Etruscan ‘C’.
These Pirenesi’s Initials were presented...

The Lewis Dynamic Model

The Lewis Dynamic Model was adapted from Kolb’s Experiential Learning Model by Naowarat Lewis.

The essentials of dynamic learning within the model are those actions constituting repetition and reinforcement which are independent of tutor influence and wholly driven by each individual learner.

Barriers and enablers to Caregivers Responsive feeding Behaviour (CRiB): A mixed method systematic review protocol PRISMA-P flowchart

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The PRISMA-P flowchart for an HRB Protocol for a systematic review, by the same authors, into barriers and enablers to responsive feeding for obesity prevention.

Barriers and enablers to Caregivers Responsive feeding Behaviour (CRiB): A mixed method systematic review protocol PRISMA-P checklist

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The PRISMA-P checklist for an HRB Protocol for a systematic review, by the same authors, into barriers and enablers to responsive feeding for obesity prevention.

Creating Inclusive Spaces for Academic Staff with Caregiving Responsibilities

Marie-Pierre Moreau
Policy Briefing: Creating Inclusive Spaces for Academic Staff with Caregiving Responsibilities

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