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  • publication . Article . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Ian Cummins;
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    Publisher: Emerald
    Country: United Kingdom

    Purpose This paper aims to examine reform of mental health legislation in England and Wales. It covers the period from the introduction of the 1983 MHA to the proposed reforms outlined in the Wessley Review that was published in December 2018. Design/methodology/appr...

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    Authors:
    Williams, AE;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Therapeutic footwear is provided to patients with the primary aims of reducing foot pain and improving foot health. Therefore, it is of concern that patients choose not to wear it. This choice has been attributed to its poor appearance. However, there may be other reaso...

  • publication . Conference object . 2012
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Cowey, R; Lancaster, G; Christian, JM; Mcdonald, GS;
    Publisher: European Optical Society
    Country: United Kingdom

    We report on fresh developments in the field of spatiotemporal optical solitons. A host of new analytical and numerical predictions for light pulses in nonlinear waveguides will be detailed, which have a simple physical interpretation. Tantalizing connections to Einstei...

  • publication . Thesis
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Moss, J;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Echinococcosis caused by E.granulosus or E.multilocularis is a chronic, debilitating and \ud potentially fatal zoonotic cestode disease of humans. The natural primary definitive host for \ud E.granulosus is the domestic dog and for E.multilocularis it is wild foxes. In ...

  • publication . Conference object . 2016
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Albugami, SS; Ahmed, V;
    Publisher: The IIER (International Institute of Engineers and Researchers).
    Country: United Kingdom

    Information Communication and Technology (ICT) is one of the fastest growing and advancing areas in our modern time. It has gained a great deal of attention in recent decades and become a cornerstone for development in the 21st century. In Saudi Arabia, with this tremen...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Ozsvari, B; Sotgia, F; Lisanti, MP;
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    Publisher: Impact Journals, LLC
    Country: United Kingdom

    Here, we used MCF7 cells as a model system to interrogate how MYC/RAS co-operativity contributes to metabolic flux and stemness in breast cancer cells. We compared the behavior of isogenic MCF7 cell lines transduced with c-Myc or H-Ras (G12V), either individually or in ...

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  • publication . Conference object
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Shanmugam, M; Amaratunga, RDG; Haigh, RP;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The teaching profession both in this country and internationally is, with few exceptions,\ud predominated by women as it has traditionally been seen as a ‘suitable’ job for women.\ud However, a look at the statistics reveals that despite the large numbers of women in th...

  • publication . Thesis
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    Authors:
    Edwards, P;
    Country: United Kingdom

    My thesis traces the interaction between the Italian Communist Party (PCI) and a series of\ud social movements which emerged in Italy between 1972 and 1977: the 'area of Autonomia\\ud which pioneered new forms of workplace and community activism between 1972 and 1975;\u...

  • publication . Article . 2009
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Davies, SE;
    Publisher: Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services
    Country: United Kingdom

    Midwifery lecturer Sarah Davies reports on the NMC’s case against Debs Purdue.

  • publication . Conference object . 2008
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    James, P;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Urbanization is the dominant land use change across the world.\ud Population growth, climate change and technological change are identifi ed as three factors that have\ud paramount importance in the historic, contemporary and future development of urban centres.\ud A cr...

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