December’s papers in the research repository

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The Library’s research repository is a database of academic papers published by medical practitioners in Cornwall, past and present.
If you’ve had a paper published recently, please let us know so we can add it to the Repository.

This month:

Michael Wilcock, Neil Roberts, Sarah Medlicott, Kerry Elliott, Bernie Booker, Kayley McGuffie, Liam Bastian, Ann Cardell, and Keith Mitchell of Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, along with Josh Holloman and Joseph Oates of the University of Exeter Medical School releeased “Prescribing of modified-release opioids at hospital discharge” in Pain News

R. Laugharne, M. Wilcock, J. Rees, N. Newton, J. Sterritt, S. Badger, R. Bishop, R. Shankar, along with D. Wainwright, of Devon Partnership NHS trust, and P. Bassett of Statsconsutancy Ltd, released “Clinical characteristics of people with intellectual disability admitted to hospital with constipation: identifying possible specific high-risk factors” in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research.

Frazer Underwood, Kim O’Keeffe, and Jill Shawe of Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, along with Bridie Kent and Pamela Rae of the University of Plymouth, released “The South West Clinical School model: an initiative to transform clinical academic career pathways” in the Journal of Research in Nursing.

Marie Prior, Susan Blake, and Helen Lyndon of Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust released “Equipping the healthcare workforce to meet the complex health needs of older people in the community: a skills-led approach” in Nursing Older People

Neil Powell of Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, et al. have released “Developing a model for decision-making around antibiotic prescribing for patients with COVID-19 pneumonia in acute NHS hospitals during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic: qualitative results from the Procalcitonin Evaluation of Antibiotic use in COVID-19 Hospitalised patients (PEACH Study)” in the British Medical Journal.

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