64 results

Online information for Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) survivors and their families: a systematic appraisal of content and quality of websites

Journal Article
Weddell, J., Jawad, D., Buckley, T., Redfern, J., Mansur, Z., Elliott, N., …Gallagher, R. (in press)
Online information for Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) survivors and their families: a systematic appraisal of content and quality of websites. International Journal of Medical Informatics, Article 105372
Background Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) survivors often seek information online. However, the quality and content of websites for SCAD survivors is uncertain....

Understanding for whom, under what conditions, and how an integrated approach to atrial fibrillation service delivery works: a realist review

Journal Article
Pearsons, A., Hanson, C., Hendriks, J., & Neubeck, L. (in press)
Understanding for whom, under what conditions, and how an integrated approach to atrial fibrillation service delivery works: a realist review. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Article zvad093. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurjcn/zvad093
Aims To understand for whom, under what conditions, and how an integrated approach to atrial fibrillation service delivery works (or does not work). Methods and Results A r...

A systematic review and narrative synthesis of physical activity referral schemes’ components

Journal Article
Mino, E., Hanson, C., Naber, I., Weissenfels, A., McHale, S., Saftig, J., …Geidl, W. (2023)
A systematic review and narrative synthesis of physical activity referral schemes’ components. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 20, Article 140. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12966-023-01518-x
Background: Physical activity referral schemes (PARS) are complex multicomponent interventions that represent a promising healthcare-based concept for physical activity (PA) p...

Can clinical homes influence practice? A description of a first of kind clinical home for Healthcare Science in Scotland

Presentation / Conference
Breen, C. (2023, November)
Can clinical homes influence practice? A description of a first of kind clinical home for Healthcare Science in Scotland. Presented at Lothian Health and Care Professions Research Conference 2023, Edinburgh, UK
This is a presentation to describe the first clinical home experience for Healthcare Scientists in NHS Lothian. The aims of clinical and academic homes are to foster career d...

Completeness of intervention reporting in randomised trials of technology-enabled remote or hybrid exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation: A systematic review using the TIDieR framework

Journal Article
McGrath, A., McHale, S., Hanson, C. L., McClelland, C., & Hamilton, D. F. (in press)
Completeness of intervention reporting in randomised trials of technology-enabled remote or hybrid exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation: A systematic review using the TIDieR framework. Disability and Rehabilitation, https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2023.2274887
Background Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation improves clinical outcomes and quality of life. Technology-enabled delivery of remote cardiac rehabilitation is as effective...

What should all health professionals know about movement behaviour change? An international Delphi-based consensus statement

Journal Article
Alsop, T., Lehman, E., Brauer, S., Forbes, R., Hanson, C. L., Healy, G., …Gomersall, S. (2023)
What should all health professionals know about movement behaviour change? An international Delphi-based consensus statement. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 57(22), 1419-1427. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2023-106870
Background: The World Health Organization has called for action to integrate physical activity promotion into healthcare settings. There is a lack of consensus on the competen...

The Core Curriculum for Cardiovascular Nurses and Allied Professionals

Journal Article
Neubeck, L., Ross, C., Jones, J., Simpson, M., Mindham, R., Jaarsma, T., …Astin, F. (2023)
The Core Curriculum for Cardiovascular Nurses and Allied Professionals. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 22(7), e62-e113. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurjcn/zvad035
This 2023 update of the Core Curriculum in Cardiovascular Nursing (2015) embraces the formation of the Association of Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professionals and refle...

What do spontaneous coronary artery dissection survivors want to support their recovery? A qualitative study

Journal Article
Binnie, K., Neubeck, L., McHale, S., & Hanson, C. L. (2023)
What do spontaneous coronary artery dissection survivors want to support their recovery? A qualitative study. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 22(8), 814–823. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurjcn/zvad013
Aims: Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) is increasingly recognised as an important cause of myocardial infarction predominantly affecting women aged under 50 year...

What lifestyle management interventions are needed for atrial fibrillation?

Journal Article
Pearsons, A., Hanson, C., & Neubeck, L. (2022)
What lifestyle management interventions are needed for atrial fibrillation?. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 17(11), https://doi.org/10.12968/bjca.2022.0123

The effect of a game-based mobile app “MyHeartMate” to promote lifestyle change in coronary disease patients: a randomised controlled trial

Journal Article
Gallagher, R., Chow, C., Parker, H., Neubeck, L., Celermajer, D., Redfern, J., …Figtree, G. (in press)
The effect of a game-based mobile app “MyHeartMate” to promote lifestyle change in coronary disease patients: a randomised controlled trial. European Heart Journal – Digital Health, https://doi.org/10.1093/ehjdh/ztac069
Background Secondary prevention reduces coronary heart disease (CHD) progression. Traditional prevention programs including cardiac rehabilitation are under-accessed, which sm...
8 results

Developing remote exercise support and rehabilitation for patients after spontaneous coronary artery dissection - a feasibility study

2024 - 2026
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is increasingly recognised as an important cause of myocardial infarction (MI), particularly among younger women and has been linked participating in stre...
Value: £176,214

EXPOSURE OF RESPIRATORY NURSES TO SECOND-HAND SMOKE DURING PATIENT VISITS IN THE COMMUNITY

2024 - 2024
Although there has been a smoking ban across the UK for more than 15 years making it illegal to smoke in many workplaces there are still some circumstances where workers are being exposed to second-ha...
Funder: Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists | Value: £8,077

An Evaluation Of HeARtbeat augmented reality smartphone application for 12 lead ECG electrode placement teaching to health and social care pre-registration students.

2023 - 2024
This study focuses on developing a set of digital tools integrated into an smartphone application (heARtbeat App) that will assist in the accurate acquisition of ECG recordings. This study will take a...
Funder: The Physiological Society | Value: £9,054

Recovery from Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection

2023 - 2025
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is increasingly recognised as an important cause of myocardial infarction (MI). Despite this, there are no recovery programmes tailored for SCAD survivors...
Funder: Burdett Trust for Nursing | Value: £184,716

Assessing the implementation of the Public Health Scotland Physical Activity Referral Standards: A process evaluation

2022 - 2025
Physical inactivity is a major public health problem and increasing population physical activity levels is a Scottish Government priority. In Scotland, 49% of men and 58% of women were not active enou...
Funder: Chief Scientists Office | Value: £298,277

Co-creation of a digital resource to build students skills in ASsessing cardiovascular risk, MOtivating change and SUStaining a healthier lifestyle in themselves and others

2022 - 2024
Identifying cardiovascular risk factors (i.e., hypercholesterolaemia, smoking, obesity, and physical inactivity) and establishing cardiovascular prevention strategies are important approaches towards ...
Funder: Burdett Trust for Nursing | Value: £43,523

Co-design of a clinical decision support tool for use in patients with acute chest pain in the Emergency Department

2022 - 2023
Our objective is to reduce 30-day reattendance by a fifth in patients presenting with acute chest pain to the Emergency Room using artificial intelligence tools to augment clinical decisions. To achie...
Funder: WELLCOME LEAP FUND | Value: £21,816

Qualitative study to explore the acceptability of an accelerated syncope strategy to patients and staff involved in the ASPIRED trial

2022 - 2024
The BHF funded ASPIRED study aims to determine whether immediate, enhanced (14-day) ambulatory ECG monitoring decreases the number of episodes of syncope at one year compared to standard care monitori...
Funder: British Heart Foundation | Value: £17,189
9 results

Reviewing Electronic Medicines Adherence Information in Diabetes (REMAIID)

2020 - date
Richard Hassett | Director of Studies: Ruth Paterson | Second Supervisor: Dr Alpana Mair

Atrial Fibrillation: Patient focused medication adherence interventions.

2020 - date
Miss Alice Pearsons | Director of Studies: Prof Lis Neubeck | Second Supervisor: Dr Coral Hanson

A realist evaluation of the design and implementation of a community based mobile health app aimed at increasing physical activity.

2019 - date
Jordan Bell | Director of Studies: Dr Coral Hanson | Second Supervisor: Prof Lis Neubeck

Should I stay or should I go? An exploration of the experience of deciding to leave the nursing profession

2019 - date
Fiona Bastow | Director of Studies: Dr Jessica MacLaren | Second Supervisor: Dr Catherine Mahoney

Exploration of healthcare professionals' beliefs and attitudes to referring patients with a long-term condition to a physical activity programme

2017 - 2021
Dr Bruce Forrest | Director of Studies: Dr Coral Hanson | Second Supervisor: Prof Lis Neubeck

The influence of perceived levels of physical activity on engagement with cardiac rehabilitation after acute coronary syndrome

2017 - 2022
Dr Sheona Mchale | Director of Studies: Prof Lis Neubeck | Second Supervisor: Dr Coral Hanson

Understanding the lived experience of how individuals aged between 33 and 62 years of age diagnosed with coronary heart disease (CHD) feel they obtain emotional support post percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)

2015 - 2017
Dr Sheona Mchale | Director of Studies: Prof Susan Dawkes | Second Supervisor: Prof Graeme Smith

Development and evaluation of a theoretical model to predict medicines adherence in people with mild to moderate intellectual disability and diabetes: a mixed methods study

2013 - 2018
This 2 stage mixed methods s...
Ruth Paterson | Director of Studies: Dr Louise Hoyle | Second Supervisor: Michael Brown

A self management algorithm for people with Type 1 diabetes participating in moderate intensity exercise in laboratory and real-life environments

2009 - 2013
Adult Nurse Lecturer in Diabetes Jacqui Charlton | Director of Studies: Lynn Kilbride