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Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted: exploring Charcot foot health literacy among individuals with diabetic peripheral neuropathy in Scotland (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2022)Charcot foot is a potentially devastating complication of diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN). The frequently asymptomatic nature of this condition may lead to delayed recognition, diagnosis and pressure relief, associated ...
Exploring the factors influencing the entrepreneurs perception towards adoption of social media for conducting business activities: a study on Harris Tweed independent weavers and their small businesses in Outer Hebrides (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2020)Small size businesses are at the advantage of growing by adopting social media. Small business entrepreneurs have variety of personal components that need to be understood. One of such components is to explore what influences ...
Constructing spaces of authentic engagement through embodied practice: an exploration of deaf peoples’ and nurses’ experiences of interacting (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2021)Background: British Sign Language (BSL) is the visual-spatial language of deaf people in Scotland. For deaf, BSL users all contact with the NHS takes place in a hearing led context where spoken English is the primary mode ...
(Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2021)Background: My interest in muchness was stimulated upon reading a blog which considered quotes from ‘Alice in Wonderland’ identifying what lessons they might offer healthcare today. One such quote was: ‘You used to be ...
The relevance of cultural arts practices to the psychosocial well-being of adolescents affected by violence in Trinidad and Tobago (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2021)This research focuses on the relevance of cultural arts practices to the psychosocial wellbeing of adolescents affected by violence in Trinidad and Tobago. Previous research identified the need for further inquiry into the ...