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NIHR Race Equality Framework: development of a tool for addressing racial equality in public involvement (2024)
Journal Article

Background: While there has been a long recognition of the importance of race equality in health and care research, there is a lack of sustained action among research funding and research performing organisations to address racial equality in public... Read More about NIHR Race Equality Framework: development of a tool for addressing racial equality in public involvement.

Exploring the impact of chaos engineering with various user loads on cloud native applications: an exploratory empirical study (2024)
Journal Article

One of the most popular models that provide computer resources today is cloud computing. Today’s dynamic and successful platforms are created to take advantage of various resources available from service providers. Ensuring the performance and availa... Read More about Exploring the impact of chaos engineering with various user loads on cloud native applications: an exploratory empirical study.

Understanding delays in chronic limb‐threatening ischaemia care: Application of the theoretical domains framework to identify factors affecting primary care clinicians' referral behaviours (2024)
Journal Article

Introduction: Patients in the community with suspected Chronic limb‐threatening ischaemia (CLTI) should be urgently referred to vascular services for investigation and management. The Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) allows identification of influ... Read More about Understanding delays in chronic limb‐threatening ischaemia care: Application of the theoretical domains framework to identify factors affecting primary care clinicians' referral behaviours.

Feasibility of blinding spinal manual therapy interventions among participants and outcome assessors: protocol for a blinding feasibility trial (2024)
Journal Article

Introduction: Blinding is a methodologically important aspect in randomised controlled trials yet frequently overlooked in trials of spinal manual therapy interventions for back pain. To help inform the blinding methods of a future, double-placebo-co... Read More about Feasibility of blinding spinal manual therapy interventions among participants and outcome assessors: protocol for a blinding feasibility trial.

How generative AI is (will) change consumer behaviour: Postulating the potential impact and implications for research, practice, and policy (2024)
Journal Article

This article sheds light on the profound impact of technology on consumer behavior, specifically focusing on the rise of generative AI tools. It highlights how these advancements have revolutionized consumer engagement, purchase decision‐making, and... Read More about How generative AI is (will) change consumer behaviour: Postulating the potential impact and implications for research, practice, and policy.

Should the relationship between leaf margin and temperature be re‐defined for areas with colder climates? (2024)
Journal Article

Aim: The well‐proven positive correlation between the increased proportion of entire‐leaved woody dicotyledonous species and increased mean annual temperature has been commonly used to estimate temperature in the past. However, in regions of colder c... Read More about Should the relationship between leaf margin and temperature be re‐defined for areas with colder climates?.

The prevalence and pattern of comorbid long-term conditions with low back pain and osteoarthritis in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis (2024)
Journal Article

Chronic musculoskeletal (MSK) pain, specifically low back pain (LBP) and osteoarthritis (OA), are a major cause of global disability, reduced quality of life and high socioeconomic burden. Research in high income countries suggests MSK pain is often... Read More about The prevalence and pattern of comorbid long-term conditions with low back pain and osteoarthritis in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

E041 Feasibility and acceptability of electronic patient reported outcome measures in the routine care of people with inflammatory arthritis: Haywood Arthritis Portal study (2024)
Presentation / Conference

Background/Aims Electronic patient-reported outcome measures (ePROMs) assessing disease activity, function, pain, and quality of life can facilitate innovative inflammatory arthritis (IA) care, such as automating patient-initiated follow-up. This mix... Read More about E041 Feasibility and acceptability of electronic patient reported outcome measures in the routine care of people with inflammatory arthritis: Haywood Arthritis Portal study.

E036 Rheumatology nurses’ perceptions of undertaking a postgraduate education programme: a qualitative study (2024)
Presentation / Conference

Background/Aims Rheumatology nurses practising at an advanced clinical level are encouraged to undertake postgraduate study to provide an evidence base to their role. This study explored the perceptions and experiences of clinical nurse specialists (... Read More about E036 Rheumatology nurses’ perceptions of undertaking a postgraduate education programme: a qualitative study.