FOSS Management & Support

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People (23)

People

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Professor Adrian Bonner

Professor Adrian Bonner

Honorary Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Alison Bowes

Professor Alison Bowes

Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Dr Louise Brangan

Dr Louise Brangan

Lecturer in Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences

Dr Catriona Connell

Dr Catriona Connell

Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences

Dr Hadi Daneshvar

Dr Hadi Daneshvar

Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences

Dr Alison Dawson

Dr Alison Dawson

Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences

Mr Danilo Falzon

Mr Danilo Falzon

Research Assistant, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Liz Forbat

Professor Liz Forbat

Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Miss Jessica Greenhalgh

Miss Jessica Greenhalgh

Research Assistant, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Christine Hallett

Professor Christine Hallett

Principal Emeritus, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Catherine Hennessy

Professor Catherine Hennessy

Professor of Ageing, Faculty of Social Sciences

Mr Kevin Hope

Mr Kevin Hope

Honorary Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Dr Richard Kjellgren

Dr Richard Kjellgren

Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences

Mrs Julia Lawrence

Mrs Julia Lawrence

Project Coordinator, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Catriona Matheson

Professor Catriona Matheson

Professor in Substance Use, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Elspeth McCartney

Professor Elspeth McCartney

Honorary Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Ms Xin Miao

Ms Xin Miao

PhD Researcher, Education

Professor Tessa Parkes

Professor Tessa Parkes

Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Bernadette Pauly

Professor Bernadette Pauly

Honorary Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor Douglas Robertson

Professor Douglas Robertson

Honorary Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

Outputs (1144)

Outputs

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Article

Masterton W, Carver H, Booth H, McCulloch P, Ball L, Mitchell L, Murdoch H, Pauly B & Parkes T (2024) A qualitative exploration of the relevance of training provision in planning for implementation of managed alcohol programs within a third sector setting. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, pp. 1-10. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09687637.2024.2311835; https://doi.org/10.1080/09687637.2024.2311835


Article

Macgregor A, McCormack B, Spilsbury K, Hockley J, Rutherford A, Ogden M, Soulsby I, McKenzie M, Hanratty B & Forbat L (2023) Supporting care home residents in the last year of life through ‘Needs Rounds’: Development of a pre-implementation programme theory through a rapid collaborative online approach. Frontiers in Health Services, 2, Art. No.: 1019602. https://doi.org/10.3389/frhs.2022.1019602


Article

Falzon D, Parkes T, Carver H, Masterton W, Wallace B, Craik V, Measham F, Sumnall H, Gittins R, Hunter C, Watson K, Mooney JD & Aston EV (2023) “It would really support the wider harm reduction agenda across the board”: A qualitative study of the potential impacts of drug checking service delivery in Scotland. Ray M (Editor) PLOS ONE, 18 (12), Art. No.: e0292812. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0292812


Article

Bradwell pL, Cooper L, Edwards KJ, Baxter R, Tomaz SA, Ritchie J, Gaudl S, Veliz-Reyes A, Ryde GC, Križaj T, Warren A, Chatterjee A, Haynes R, Hennessy CH & Whittaker AC (2023) Staff perceptions towards virtual reality-motivated treadmill exercise for care home residents: a qualitative feedback study with key stakeholders and follow-up interview with technology developer. BMJ Open, 13 (11), Art. No.: e073307. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-073307


Speech

France E, Caes L, Uny I, Forbat L, Silveira Bianchim M, Noyes J, Jordan A, Turley R & Thomson K (2023) How children and young people with chronic pain and their families experience and perceive pain services and treatments and living with pain: a meta-ethnography. Lothian Health and Care Professions Research Conference 2023, Edinburgh, Scotland, 07.11.2023.


Article

Jepson RG, Dawson A, McCabe L, Greasley-Adams C, Biggs H & Bowes A (2023) Development of an intervention programme theory to increase movement in care homes for people with cognitive impairment: Care homes achieving realistic movement strategies (CHARMS). Evaluation and Program Planning, 100, Art. No.: 102348. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2023.102348


Review

France E, Uny I, Turley R, Thomson K, Noyes J, Jordan A, Forbat L, Caes L & Silveira Bianchim M (2023) A meta-ethnography of how children and young people with chronic non-cancer pain and their families experience and understand their condition, pain services, and treatments. Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care Group (Editor) Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2023 (10), Art. No.: CD014873. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.cd014873.pub2


Conference Paper (unpublished)

Silveira Bianchim M, Jordan A, Uny I, Noyes J, Forbat L, Line C, Ruth T & France E (2023) Co-producing with children and young people for a meta-ethnography on experiences of chronic pain, treatments and services.. Abstracts of the 27th Cochrane Colloquium. Cochrane Colloquium, London, UK, 04.09.2023-06.09.2023. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.cd202301


Article

Wen M, Zhang S & McGhee D (2023) From Preventing physical infection to managing affective contagion: An initial study of daily nursing practices in the early outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Wuhan. Social Science and Medicine, 329, Art. No.: 116033. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2023.116033


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Projects (71)

Projects

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Bridging Juniors: Learning, Education and Development in Bridge
PI: Professor Samantha Punch
Funded by: The Davenport Foundation

Help-seeking for substance use and mental health challenges among justice-involved people in Scottish community contexts: An analysis of the influence of social networks
PI: Dr Catriona Connell
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Financial insecurity at end of life for people on work related visas
PI: Professor Liz Forbat
Funded by: Marie Curie Cancer Care

Harm reduction intervention for severe drug and/or alcohol dependence among people who are homeless
PI: Professor Tessa Parkes
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

Understanding mental health and substance use service utilisation by people released from prison: A mixed-methods study
PI: Dr Catriona Connell
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Designing homes for healthy cognitive ageing: co-production for impact and scale (DesHCA)
PI: Professor Alison Bowes
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

GOALD: Connectivity and Digital Design for Health and Well-being Across Generations, Places and Spaces
PI: Professor Catherine Hennessy
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Overdose detection and responder alert technologies: transforming preventative care for those most at risk of drug-related death
PI: Professor Catriona Matheson
Funded by: Scottish Government

Welfare access, assets and debts of LGBT+ people in the UK
PI: Professor Peter Matthews
Funded by: The Nuffield Foundation

Ambulance Call-Outs to Drug Overdoses in Scotland: Patterns and Practice
PI: Professor Niamh Fitzgerald
Funded by: Scottish Government

Digital inclusion for the prevention of drug deaths proposal
PI: Professor Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Scottish Government

ODART : Responder Application Pilot study for the Brave app
PI: Dr Hadi Daneshvar
Funded by: Scottish Government

Edinburgh Drug Consumption Room feasibility study
PI: Dr James Nicholls
Funded by: City of Edinburgh Council

Benzo Prescriber Survey 2023
PI: Mr Joe Schofield
Funded by: Scottish Government

Improving end of life care: supporting the workforce and reducing hospitalisations through an implementation study in care homes
PI: Professor Liz Forbat
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

See beyond, see the lives Scotland
PI: Professor Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems

Drugs Research Network Scotland Phase 2
PI: Professor Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Scottish Funding Council

A System Approach to Exploring Syndemic Health and Social Condition Clustering Among Individuals Who Experience A Drug Related Death: Developmental Work For Co-Produced Interventions
PI: Professor Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Researching and developing key components of a new Scottish Drug Checking service
PI: Professor Tessa Parkes
Funded by: CORRA Foundation

A meta-ethnography of how children and young people with chronic non-cancer pain and their families experience and understand their condition, pain services and treatments
PI: Dr Emma France
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

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