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Doing Data Differently

Cathy
Data related to British Academy funded project which explored how data might be used in creative, imaginative and personalised ways to explore primary teachers' everyday experiences of literacy teaching.

parkrun survey 2018 stratified by 5k time

Steve Haake & Alice Bullas
This dataset contains data used for the paper 'parkrun and the promotion of physical activity: insights for clinicians'

Additional file 1 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 1. Workwell intervention.

Additional file 2 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 2. Trial participants’ information sheet.

VISTA, Visual and Inertial Sensor for recogniTion of human Activities

Alessandro Di Nuovo, Federica Gabriella Cornacchia Loizzo, Laura Fiorini, Filippo Cavallo, Alessandra Sorrentino & Erika ROVINI

Studies in low energy nuclear physics at HIGS 16O

Robin Smith, M Gai & M W Ahmed
The data were collected by an optical time projection chamber (detailed in: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-0221/5/12/P12004). Calibration data are included, where a radioactive alpha-particle emitter was placed inside the chamber. The remainder of the data were collected with beam from the HIGS facility entering the detector to induce nuclear reactions. Typical data files with gamma-beam were acquired over hour-long periods. During the experiment, the raw digitised data were converted into root format for ease of data analysis. Raw...

Design, implementation and evaluation of a software development process for Software Engineering students

Carlos Eduardo Da Silva
This is the data resulted from a survey conducted with Students in the academic year 2020-21 using Qualtrics. The raw data is in a csv file stored in a zip package. The survey questions, its analysis and a report produced by Qualtrics are stored using Microsoft word (docx), Open Document format (odt) and pdf.

Organo-metallic HIPIMS-coated antibiofilm advanced wound dressing

Arunprabhu Arunachalamsugumaran
This study explores the application of antibiofilm nanoscale organo-metallic coatings to advanced wound care dressing substrates using the low environmental impact processes of HIPIMS and aqueous application. This new class of wound dressings would have the potential to greatly enhance patient outcomes and significantly reduce healthcare costs.

Additional file 5 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 5. Workwell trial: NPT constructs mapped to therapist topic guide.

Additional file 3 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 3. Trial participants’ consent form.

Additional file 1 of Implementation of a medicine management plan (MMP) to reduce medication-related harm (MRH) in older people post-hospital discharge: a randomised controlled trial

Khalid Ali, Ekow A. Mensah, Eugene Ace McDermott, Frances A. Kirkham, Jennifer Stevenson, Victoria Hamer, Nikesh Parekh, Rebekah Schiff, Tischa Van Der Cammen, Stephen Nyangoma, Sally Fowler-Davis, Graham Davies, Heather Gage & Chakravarthi Rajkumar
Additional file 1: Appendix 1. Formula for calculating patient risk of experiencing MRH within 8 weeks post hospital discharge. Appendix 2. Visual analogue of risk prediction tool. Appendix 3. Study participants flow chart.

Data from: The interaction of fatigue cracks with a residual stress field using thermoelastic stress analysis and synchrotron x-ray diffraction experiments

Khurram Amjad, David Asquith, Eann A. Patterson, Christopher M. Sebastian & Wei-Chung Wang
This article presents an experimental study on the fatigue behaviour of cracks emanating from cold-expanded holes utilising thermoelastic stress analysis (TSA) and synchrotron x-ray diffraction (SXRD) techniques with the aim of resolving the long-standing ambiguity in the literature regarding potential relaxation, or modification, of beneficial compressive residual stresses as a result of fatigue crack propagation. The crack growth rates are found to be substantially lower as the crack tip moved through the residual stress zone...

The Real Level of Unemployment 2022 Dataset

Christina Beatty, Steve Fothergill, Tony Gore & Dave Leather
The Real Level of Unemployment 2022 presents an alternative set of unemployment figures for every district and unitary authority in Great Britain. It is the sixth in a series of similar reports, published at five-yearly intervals going back to 1997.

Implementation of a medicine management plan (MMP) to reduce medication-related harm (MRH) in older people post-hospital discharge: a randomised controlled trial

Khalid Ali, Ekow A. Mensah, Eugene Ace McDermott, Frances A. Kirkham, Jennifer Stevenson, Victoria Hamer, Nikesh Parekh, Rebekah Schiff, Tischa Van Der Cammen, Stephen Nyangoma, Sally Fowler-Davis, Graham Davies, Heather Gage & Chakravarthi Rajkumar
Abstract Background Medication-related harm (MRH) is an escalating global challenge especially among older adults. The period following hospital discharge carries high-risk for MRH due to medication discrepancies, limited patient/carer education and support, and poor communication between hospital and community professionals. Discharge Medical Service (DMS), a newly introduced NHS scheme, aims to reduce post-discharge MRH through an electronic communication between hospital and community pharmacists. Our study team has previously developed a risk-prediction tool (RPT) for MRH...

Additional file 5 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 5. Workwell trial: NPT constructs mapped to therapist topic guide.

The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Abstract Background The Workwell trial is a multi-centre randomised controlled trial with the aims of evaluating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis, who are experiencing work difficulties due to their arthritis. Vocational rehabilitation is delivered by health service occupational therapists, who have received additional training in providing this Workwell intervention. A process evaluation will be undertaken alongside the main trial to investigate implementation fidelity; understand key...

Additional file 3 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 3. Trial participants’ consent form.

Co-designed weight management intervention for women recovering from oestrogen-receptor positive breast cancer

J. M. Saxton, K. Pickering, S. Wane, H. Humphreys, H. Crank, A. S. Anderson, H. Cain, J. Cohen, R. J. Copeland, J. Gray, J. Hargreaves, R. J. Q. McNally & C. Wilson
Abstract Background Weight gain is commonly observed during and after breast cancer treatment and is associated with poorer survival outcomes, particularly in women with oestrogen receptor-positive (ER +) disease. The aim of this study was to co-design (with patients) a programme of tailored, personalised support (intervention), including high-quality support materials, to help female breast cancer patients (BCPs) with ER + disease to develop the skills and confidence needed for sustainable weight loss. Methods ER +...

Co-designed weight management intervention for women recovering from oestrogen-receptor positive breast cancer

J. M. Saxton, K. Pickering, S. Wane, H. Humphreys, H. Crank, A. S. Anderson, H. Cain, J. Cohen, R. J. Copeland, J. Gray, J. Hargreaves, R. J. Q. McNally & C. Wilson
Abstract Background Weight gain is commonly observed during and after breast cancer treatment and is associated with poorer survival outcomes, particularly in women with oestrogen receptor-positive (ER +) disease. The aim of this study was to co-design (with patients) a programme of tailored, personalised support (intervention), including high-quality support materials, to help female breast cancer patients (BCPs) with ER + disease to develop the skills and confidence needed for sustainable weight loss. Methods ER +...

The Adequacy of Competency Frameworks for Coaching Academic Deans: A Critical Review

Iftikhar Nadeem, Bob Garvey & Martin Down

The Benefits of Open Banking to Consumers, Banks and FinTech Companies.

Danete Zandamela
This thesis presents a qualitative grounded theory investigation into the possible benefits of open banking for consumers, traditional banks and FinTech companies, with the study exploring the impact of open banking regulation on the banking industry as regulatory actions occur globally, underpinning rapid innovation in banking, and effectively supporting the rise of the FinTech phenomenon. The general views held by traditional bankers on open banking are explored together with the paths available to them, as...

VAS Diabetes Project 2021-22

Lucie Nield, Sally Fowler-Davies & Sadiq Bhanbhro
Anonymised demographic and interview transcript data including coding framework for VAS Diabetes project. Interview data collected December 2021-February 2022.

Additional file 1 of The experiences and perceptions of female breast cancer patients regarding weight management during and after treatment for oestrogen-receptor positive disease: a qualitative study

Saxton JM, Pickering K, Wane S, Crank H, Anderson AS, Cain H, Cohen J, Copeland RJ, Gray J, Hargreaves J, McNally RJQ & Wilson C
Additional file 1.

Registration Year

  • 2022
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  • 2021
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  • 2017
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  • Text
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  • Journal Article
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Affiliations

  • Sheffield Hallam University
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  • University of Nottingham
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  • University of Salford
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  • Lancaster University
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  • Newcastle University
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  • Leeds Beckett University
    8
  • University of Dundee
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  • Northumbria University
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  • University of Hull
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  • University of Sheffield
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