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Tenancy Sustainment Team health research: morbidity and mortality amongst people with experience of rough sleeping: Findings report

Michelle Cornes, Becky Rice, Caroline Shulman & Briony Hudson
This report presents the key findings of a small-scale research project exploring the mortality and health needs of clients of Tenancy Sustainment Team (TST) services. The research was commissioned in response to concerns by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and TST service managers about premature deaths among TST clients and the need to learn more about the health needs of this group, particularly the incidence of chronic or long-term health conditions (LTCs).

Data from: Chemo-mechanical characterisation of carious dentine using Raman microscopy and Knoop microhardness

Mohammed Alturki, Garrit Koller, Ulrica Almhöjd & Avijit Banerjee
One of the aims in the clinical operative management of dental carious lesions is to remove selectively, the highly infected and structurally denatured dentine tissue, while retaining the deeper, repairable affected and intact, healthy tissues for long-term mechanical strength. The present study examined the correlation of chemical functional groups and the microhardness through the different depths of a carious lesion using Raman spectroscopy and Knoop microhardness testing. The null hypothesis investigated was that there was...

Learning the Right Lessons for the Next Pandemic: How to Design Public Inquiries into the UK Government’s Handling of COVID-19

Christoph Meyer, Nikki Ikani, Mauricio Avendano Pabon & Ann Kelly

Combat exposure and co-occurring mental health problems in UK Armed Forces personnel

Zoe Chui, Nicola T. Fear, Neil Greenberg, Norman Jones, Edgar Jones & Laura Goodwin
Mental disorders and alcohol misuse are often comorbid, and this comorbidity is more common in those who develop mental disorders following exposure to traumatic events. To investigate the relationship between combat exposure and operational role (support versus combat) with mental disorders and associated comorbidity in a UK military cohort. 4896 participants from a UK military cohort reported their operational role and frequency of exposure to combat events during deployment. Outcome measures included self-reported post-traumatic stress...

‘A new vision!’: Exploring coachee experiences of using photography in coaching – An interpretative phenomenological analysis

Maureen Donaldson-Wright & Kate Hefferon

Combat exposure and co-occurring mental health problems in UK Armed Forces personnel

Zoe Chui, Nicola T. Fear, Neil Greenberg, Norman Jones, Edgar Jones & Laura Goodwin
Mental disorders and alcohol misuse are often comorbid, and this comorbidity is more common in those who develop mental disorders following exposure to traumatic events. To investigate the relationship between combat exposure and operational role (support versus combat) with mental disorders and associated comorbidity in a UK military cohort. 4896 participants from a UK military cohort reported their operational role and frequency of exposure to combat events during deployment. Outcome measures included self-reported post-traumatic stress...

Knockdown of miR-1275 protects against cardiomyocytes injury through promoting neuromedin U type 1 receptor

Zhu Zeng, Haixin Ma, Jing Chen, Nina Huang, Yudan Zhang, Yufei Su & Huifang Zhang
The present study aimed to assess the role of miR-1275 in cardiac ischemia reperfusion injury. H9 human embryonic stem cell (hESC)-derived cardiomyocytes stimulated by oxygen-glucose deprivation/reoxygenation (OGD/R) were used to simulate myocardial injury in vitro. miR-1275 expression levels in cells were measured by RT-qPCR. The release of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and creatine kinase (CK) was examined through LDH and CK ELISA kits. Cell apoptosis was detected through flow cytometry. A Fura-2 Calcium Flux Assay Kit...

The impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) on people who work as social care Personal Assistants

John Woolham, Kritika Samsi, Caroline Norrie & Jill Manthorpe

Intracellular sodium elevation reprograms cardiac metabolism: Metabolomics data

Dunja Aksentijevic, Anja Karlstaedt, Marina Basalay, Brett O'Brien, David Sanchez-Tatay, Seda Eminaga, Alpesh Thakker, Daniel Tennant, William Fuller, Thomas Eykyn, Heinrich Taegtmeyer & Michael Shattock
Intracellular Na elevation in the heart is a hallmark of pathologies where both acute and chronic metabolic remodeling occurs. We assessed whether acute (75μM ouabain 100nM blebbistatin) and chronic myocardial Naiload (PLM3SA mouse) are causally linked to metabolic remodeling and whether the hypertrophied failing heart shares a common Na-mediated metabolic ‘fingerprint’. Control (PLMWT), transgenic (PLM3SA), ouabain treated and hypertrophied Langendorff-perfused mouse hearts were studied by 23Na, 31P, 13C NMR followed by 1H NMR metabolomic profiling....

Traits data of exotic species in four tropical botanic gardens and adjacent natural forests

Decky Junaedi, Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita, Peter Vesk, Michael McCarthy, Mark Burgman & Jane Catford
The establishment of new botanic gardens in tropical regions highlights a need for weed risk assessment tools suitable for tropical ecosystems. The relevance of plant traits for invasion into tropical rainforests has not been well studied. Working in and around four botanic gardens in Indonesia where 600 exotic species have been planted, we estimated the effect of four plant traits and time since species were introduced on: a) naturalization probability of exotic species; b) the...

Traits data of naturalized and non-naturalized alien species of four Indonesian Botanic Gardens

Decky Junaedi, Jane Catford, Mark Burgman, Michael McCarthy, Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita & Peter Vesk
The establishment of new botanic gardens in tropical regions highlights a need for weed risk assessment tools suitable for tropical ecosystems. The relevance of plant traits for invasion into tropical rainforests has not been well studied. Working in and around four botanic gardens in Indonesia where 590 alien species have been planted, we estimated the effect of four plant traits, plus time since species introduction, on: a) the naturalization probability and b) abundance (density) of...

Unpopular Justice: Law and the Inexpediency of Culture in North India

Kriti Kapila

Out of pocket expenses in obsessive compulsive disorder

Margaret Heslin, Judith Gellatly, Rebecca Pedley, Jasmin Knopp-Hoffer, Gillian Hardy, Catherine Arundel, Penny Bee, Dean McMillan, Emily Peckham, Lina Gega, Michael Barkham, Peter Bower, Simon Gilbody, Karina Lovell & Sarah Byford
Despite anecdotal evidence that the out of pocket costs of OCD can be substantial in some cases, there is no evidence on how many people they affect, or the magnitude of these costs. This paper explores the type and quantity of out of pocket expenses reported by a large sample of adults with OCD. Data on out of pocket expenses were collected from participants taking part in the OCTET multi-centre randomised controlled trial. Participants were...

Knockdown of miR-1275 protects against cardiomyocytes injury through promoting neuromedin U type 1 receptor

Zhu Zeng, Haixin Ma, Jing Chen, Nina Huang, Yudan Zhang, Yufei Su & Huifang Zhang
The present study aimed to assess the role of miR-1275 in cardiac ischemia reperfusion injury. H9 human embryonic stem cell (hESC)-derived cardiomyocytes stimulated by oxygen-glucose deprivation/reoxygenation (OGD/R) were used to simulate myocardial injury in vitro. miR-1275 expression levels in cells were measured by RT-qPCR. The release of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and creatine kinase (CK) was examined through LDH and CK ELISA kits. Cell apoptosis was detected through flow cytometry. A Fura-2 Calcium Flux Assay Kit...

The Inquisitions Post Mortem project

Michael Hicks, Paul Spence, Matthew Holford, Matthew Tompkins, Gordon McKelvie, Miguel Vieira, Neil Jakeman, Charlotte Tupman, David Little, Faith Lawrence & Tim Watts
The Project Mapping the Medieval Countryside is a major research project dedicated to creating a digital edition of the medieval English inquisitions post mortem (IPMs) from c. 1236 to 1509. IPMs recorded the lands held at their deaths by tenants of the crown. They comprise the most extensive and important body of source material for landholding in medieval England. Describing the lands held by thousands of families, from nobles to peasants, they are a key...

Art and Exclusion: Visual and Embodied Methodologies Network Exhibition Catalogue

Cathy McIlwaine, Jelke Boesten, Negar Elodie Behzadi, Rachel Kerr, Pablo Gaston de Orellana & Redwood Henry

Experiences, concerns, and priorities for palliative care research during the COVID-19 pandemic: A rapid virtual stakeholder consultation with people affected by serious illness in England

Halle Johnson, Lisa Brighton, Joseph Clark, Helen Roberts, Lucy Pocock, Margaret Ogden, Rashmi Kumar, Clare Gardiner, Irene Julie Higginson & Catherine Evans

Data from: Headache study: The management of chronic headache with referral from primary care to direct access to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) compared to Neurology services: an observational prospective study in London

Tiago Rua
Objectives. To evaluate the cost, accessibility and patient satisfaction implications of two clinical pathways used in the management of chronic headache. Intervention. Management of chronic headache following referral from Primary Care that differed in the first appointment, either a Neurology appointment or an MRI brain scan. Design and setting. A pragmatic, non-randomised, prospective, single-center study at a Central Hospital in London. Participants. Adult patients with chronic headache referred from Primary to Secondary Care. Primary and...

The availability of section 12 doctors for Mental Health Act assessments - a scoping review of the literature

Martin Stevens, Stephen Martineau, Jill Manthorpe, Nicole Steils & Stephanie Bramley

Opening the New Street Almirah: The Properties of Culture in British India

Kriti Kapila

Art and Reconciliation Compendium of Exhibitions, Public and Media Engagement, and Activities

Andrew James William Gow & Milena Michalski

Out of pocket expenses in obsessive compulsive disorder

Margaret Heslin, Judith Gellatly, Rebecca Pedley, Jasmin Knopp-Hoffer, Gillian Hardy, Catherine Arundel, Penny Bee, Dean McMillan, Emily Peckham, Lina Gega, Michael Barkham, Peter Bower, Simon Gilbody, Karina Lovell & Sarah Byford
Despite anecdotal evidence that the out of pocket costs of OCD can be substantial in some cases, there is no evidence on how many people they affect, or the magnitude of these costs. This paper explores the type and quantity of out of pocket expenses reported by a large sample of adults with OCD. Data on out of pocket expenses were collected from participants taking part in the OCTET multi-centre randomised controlled trial. Participants were...

Nationalpopulism, Right and Left

Daniel Rueda
For most of the postwar period the idea of merging socialist (or popular) and nationalist elements was marginal in Europe. But in the last two decades we have been witnessing a new form of social-national synthesis: nationalpopulism. This article examines this resurgence by comparing right-wing nationalpopulism and left-wing nationalpopulism. In order to do so, it focuses on four European countries: France, Italy, Greece and Spain. While there are both policy and discursive similarities between these...

Online Appendix: Stakeholder Engagement Strategies, National Institutions, and Firm Performance: A Configurational Perspective

Kamini Gupta, Donal Crilly & Thomas Greckhamer
Online Appendix for Stakeholder Engagement Strategies, National Institutions, and Firm Performance: A Configurational Perspective Authors: Gupta, Kamini; Crilly, Donal; Greckhamer, Thomas Request from Publisher (Wiley) to state the following for forthcoming publication in Strategic Management Journal

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  • King's College London
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  • Hull York Medical School
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  • Baokang Hospital Affiliated to Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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  • Affiliated Eye Hospital of Wenzhou Medical College
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  • Henan University
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  • North West Agriculture and Forestry University
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  • Zhejiang University
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  • Stanford University
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  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
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  • Tongde Hospital of Zhejiang Province
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