Faculty of Social Sciences

Projects related to Faculty of Social Sciences

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The Salvation Army Phase 2
PI: Professor Alison Bowes
Funded by: The Salvation Army

Creating better lives? An Evaluation of the Life Changes Trust
PI: Dr Louise McCabe
Funded by: Life Changes Trust

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

Exploring the utility and safety of benzodiazepine prescribing among people receiving Opiate Replacement Therapy in Scotland: a multicentre retrospective cohort study
PI: Mr Joe Schofield
Funded by: Scottish Government

Feasibility and acceptability of an overdose prevention intervention delivered by Community Pharmacists for patients prescribed opioids for chronic non cancer pain
PI: Dr Rebecca Foster
Funded by: Scottish Government

Living Right Up To The End
PI: Dr Liz Forbat
Funded by: Strathcarron Hospice

Perceptions and attitudes of strategic decision-makers and affected families across Scotland towards Drug Consumption Rooms to prevent drug-related deaths
PI: Dr Rebecca Foster
Funded by: Scottish Government

How might the ‘Youth in Iceland Model’ for preventing substance use among young people be developed and adapted for use in Dundee, Scotland?
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Society for the Study of Addiction

A Good Life - Sharing the findings
PI:
Funded by: Life Changes Trust

Assessing prescription opioid overdose risk (POOR) via a quality improvement process led by Fife Pharmacy and scoping the feasibility of a specific overdose prevention intervention (distribution of and training in administration of intrasnasal take home naloxone) delivered by Community Pharmacists in NHS Fife.
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: NHS Fife

Exploring The Potential Of Long-Acting Buprenorphine In People Who Use Drugs And Are Homeless
PI: Professor Catriona Matheson
Funded by: Camurus AB

Domestic Abuse Seminar Series
PI: Professor Jane Callaghan
Funded by: Delegates - Conferences

Understanding the health impacts of social responses to Covid-19 on people who use drugs in Scotland
PI: Professor Catriona Matheson
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Learning lessons from rapid changes to a UK homeless service in response to Covid-19.
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: The Salvation Army

Drugs Research Network Scotland (Host)
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Scottish Funding Council

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

Experiences of Housing First for service users and staff in a Salvation Army service
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: The Salvation Army

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

Evidence review on homelessness, substance use and metal health
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Health Research Board

Scoping the feasibility and acceptability of Managed Alcohol Programmes for people who are homeless in community-based, third sector services in Scotland.
PI: Dr Tessa Parkes
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Social Isolation and Technology Guidelines Project
PI: Dr Louise McCabe
Funded by: NHS National Services Scotland

Scoping exercise to support bid for project exploring the potential of technolgoy to address social isolation in Scotland
PI: Dr Louise McCabe
Funded by: Scottish Government

The Role of Volunteers in Dementia Care
PI: Dr Vikki McCall
Funded by: Abbeyfield Society

Best practice in the design of residential environments for people with dementia & sight loss - Stage 1
PI:
Funded by: Thomas Pocklington Trust

Exploring satisfaction with personal social care services amongst Pakistani, Bangladeshi and White British people
PI: Professor Alison Bowes
Funded by: National Centre for Social Research

Enabling health and wellbeing among older people: capitalising on resource
PI: Professor Kirstein Rummery
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Demographic Issues, Projections and Trends
PI: Professor David Bell
Funded by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation