Vanessa Heaslip
University of Stavanger
Nurse educationHealth educationHigher educationFeelingMental healthSociologyPsychologyNursingHealth careVulnerabilitySystematic reviewQualitative researchPedagogyHealth equityMEDLINEService (business)PopulationPublic relationsCurriculumMedical educationFocus groupMedicineThematic analysisSocial psychology
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#1Vanessa Heaslip (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 10
#2Stephen Richer (BU: Bournemouth University)
Last. Sue M. Green (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 19
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Background null People who are homeless experience poorer health outcomes and challenges accessing healthcare contribute to the experienced health inequality. There has been an expansion in using technology to promote health and wellbeing and technology has the potential to enable people who are socially excluded, including those who are homeless, to be able to access health services. However, little research has been undertaken to explore how technology is used to promote health and wellbeing f...
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#1Jonathan Parker (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 14
#2Clare Cutler (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 5
Last. Vanessa Heaslip (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 10
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The global impact of dementia on social, political, economic and health systems is of contemporary concern. As the world’s population ages, differentially, across countries in the Global North and Global South, dementia research and care has become embedded in primary mandates for action within the agendas of governments and health research and service organisations. Using notions of social problem construction and sociologies of legitimacy this paper seeks to explore dementia as Zeitgeist that ...
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#1Raksha Thapa (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 1
#2Edwin van Teijlingen (Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences)H-Index: 54
Last. Vanessa Heaslip (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 10
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The caste system is social stratification system that has been used over the last 3 millennia. This review aims to investigate caste-based inequity in health care utilization in South Asia, particularly focusing those at the bottom of the caste hierarchy, commonly known as Dalit communities. A systematic methodology was followed; key databases (including CINAHL, Medline, SocINDEX, PubMed, Nepjol, JSTOR, and ASSIA) were searched for relevant articles published before October 2019, using comprehen...
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#1Ogochukwu A. Ijezie (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 1
#2Hilary I. Okagbue (Covenant University)H-Index: 11
Last. Jane Healy (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 2
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This article chronicles the present situation of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in Nigeria. A systematic search was conducted on three bibliographic databases: MEDLINE Complete, Web of Science and Scopus, and supplemented with grey literature searches to assess studies on the effect of COVID-19 on these individuals in Nigeria with data on this group from December 2019 to July 2020. There were no studies found concerning i...
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#1Jonathan Parker (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 14
#2Vanessa Heaslip (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 10
Last. Sarah Hean (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 16
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This chapter presents a conceptual consideration of the centrality of ‘voice’ in the Criminal Justice System (CJS), particularly in respect of service development. The hidden perspectives of those who are ‘subject to’, working with or working in the CJS represent important aspects to consider when seeking to change, develop or evaluate services. After emphasising the turn to including the voices of those often excluded from participation we explore aspects of the contested concept of ‘vulnerabil...
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#1Vanessa HeaslipH-Index: 10
#2Claire Nadaf (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 1
Commentary on: Hawkins N, Jeong S, Smith T. New graduate registered nurses’ exposure to negative workplace behaviour in the acute care setting: an integrative review. Int J Nurs Stud 2019;93:41–54. There is a need for: There is increasing recognition of intraprofessional bullying and harassment within the nursing workforce contributing to poorer mental health, increased sickness and absence1 and poor retention. In particular, there is growing attention on recently registered nurses who have been...
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#1Samita Wilson (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 1
#2Sarah Hean (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 16
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Background - Research shows that young adults, previously in contact with Child Protection Services (CPS) often have lower overall wellbeing when compared to their peers in the general population. To redress this balance and fulfil children’s right to receive good quality and child-centred services, the child ´s lived experience of the CPS processes and interventions must be better understood. There is research with children about specific aspects of CPS, such as experiences of investigation, ou...
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#1Vanessa HeaslipH-Index: 10
Efforts to widen participation into higher education (HE) are having an impact with increasing numbers of diverse students accessing HE. Outreach is a key strategy within widening participation (WP), yet there has been little peer reviewed, published evidence regarding how outreach is identified, situated and understood. This paper addresses this gap, presenting a systematic review of published research examining how the impact of WP outreach is identified and understood in UK research. The Pref...
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#1Sara Ashencaen Crabtree (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 10
#2Ann HemingwayH-Index: 14
Last. Liz NortonH-Index: 2
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Corporatization of Higher Education has introduced new performance measurements as well as an acceleration of academic tasks creating working environments characterised by speed, pressure and stress. This paper discusses findings from a qualitative, feminist participatory action research (PAR) study undertaken by an interdisciplinary team of women academics at a modern, corporate university in England. The study illuminates how corporatized HE erodes faculty autonomy, degrades learning environme...
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