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The distinctiveness of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual (LGB) persons affected by cancer treatment and impact on personhood: a participatory research study (2021)Background Delivering person-centred care is National Health Service policy within Scotland and advocated by the World Health Organisation. At present the needs and experiences of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual (LGB) persons ...
(Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2021)This study examined the relationship between resilience and intrahousehold dynamics among rural Honduran children. The aim was to identify coping methods among children facing adversity and the mechanisms through which the ...
(2022)Falls are concerning issues for older people. There is a lack of instruments that measure balance recovery confidence. Balance recovery confidence refers to the perceived ability to arrest falls. Patient-reported outcome ...
VOCAL BIOMARKERS OF CLINICAL DEPRESSION: WORKING TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED MODEL OF DEPRESSION AND SPEECH (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2021)Speech output has long been considered a sensitive marker of a person’s mental state. It has been previously examined as a possible biomarker for diagnosis and treatment response for certain mental health conditions, ...
Understanding the effects of the Global Fund TB grants on tuberculosis control within the health system of Ghana (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2021)There is an ongoing debate about if and how vertical disease-specific programme funding undermines performance of health systems in recipient countries. Ghana, a low middle-income country, benefited from the Global Fund ...