Evidence@NottsHC is the Research Repository for Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, a development by Research and Evidence and the Library and Knowledge Service. It is a searchable database containing publications authored by Trust and Institute of Mental Health staff to highlight and raise awareness of the research and innovation happening to improve patient care. This digital service collects, preserves, and distributes the research output. The benefits for storing your research in Evidence@NottsHC are:
- It allows for increased visibility, discoverability and citation count for research
- Research is associated with a particular specialty allowing researchers to find fellow colleagues for collaborations
- All data is quality checked and uploaded by library staff on behalf of the researchers
- Articles are compliant with Open Access policies
- Raise the national and international profile of the Trust’s employees
- Researcher profiles are publically accessible – they can act like a CV
Note: the authors listed on the research records are only Trust/IMH employees. To see a full list of the authors on the papers, please either visit the publisher’s website via the link provided or click into the full record to see the relevant citation.
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(2020)BACKGROUND: NHS Health Checks began in England in 2009 and were subsequently introduced into English prisons. Uptake has been patchy and there is limited understanding about factors that may limit or enhance uptake in ...
Opportunities, enablers, and barriers to the use of recorded recovery narratives in clinical settings (2020)Background: Recorded Recovery Narratives (RRNs) describing first-person lived experience accounts of recovery from mental health problems are becoming more available. Little is known about how RRNs can be used in clinical ...
An individual cognitive stimulation therapy app for people with dementia: Development and usability study of thinkability (2020)BACKGROUNDThere is a lack of technological resources for the mental stimulation and communication of people with dementia, which can be helpful in improving cognition and quality of life. Paper-based individual cognitive ...
Complex care needs and devolution in Greater Manchester: A pilot study to explore social care innovation in newly integrated service arrangements for older people (2020)Objective: The aim of this study was to describe emergent approaches to integrated care for older people with complex care needs and investigate the viability of measuring integrated care. Methods: A case study approach ...
(2020)Mental state examination (MSE) is taught in a structured and formal way in medical eduction, but often haphazardly and informal in nursing training (if at all). We produced formal MSE teaching for nursing students based ...