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Open Access research that is addressing youth & criminal justice...

Advancing our understanding of crime and criminal justice, including youth justice, is a key area of research enquiry by researchers based at the Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice (SCCJR) and the Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ), within the School of Social Work & Social Policy.

SCCJR seeks to advance this understanding through theoretical, empirical and applied research, working with communities and policy makers, while simulatneously fostering a national criminological research capacity. Specialisms include the role of violence, drugs and alcohol in crime and the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, CYCJ remains dedicated to supporting improvements in youth justice, contributing to better lives for individuals, families and communities. Research here focuses on improving youth justice practice, policy and research.

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2020

Renfrew, Linda and Flowers, Paul and Lord, Anna C. and Rafferty, Danny and McFadyen, Angus K. and Bowers, Roy and Mattison, Paul and Paul, Lorna (2020) An exploration of the experiences and utility of functional electrical stimulation for foot drop in people with multiple sclerosis. Disability and Rehabilitation, 42 (4). pp. 510-518. ISSN 0963-8288

2019

Renfrew, Linda (Miller) and Paul, Lorna and McFadyen, Angus and Rafferty, Danny and Moseley, Owen and Lord, Anna C and Bowers, Roy and Mattison, Paul (2019) The clinical- and cost-effectiveness of functional electrical stimulation and ankle-foot orthoses for foot drop in Multiple Sclerosis : a multicentre randomized trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 33 (7). pp. 1150-1162. ISSN 0269-2155

2017

Miller, Linda and McFadyen, Angus and Lord, Anna C. and Hunter, Rebecca and Paul, Lorna and Rafferty, Danny and Bowers, Roy and Mattison, Paul (2017) Functional electrical stimulation for foot drop in Multiple Sclerosis : a systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect on gait speed. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 98 (7). pp. 1435-1452. ISSN 0003-9993

2013

Cairns, Nicola and Murray, Kevin and Corney, Jonathan and McFadyen, Angus (2013) Satisfaction with cosmesis and priorities for cosmesis design reported by lower limb amputees in the United Kingdom : instrument development and results. Prosthetics and Orthotics International. ISSN 0309-3646

2009

Buis, A.W.P. and Dumbleton, T. and McHugh, B.F. and McFadyen, A. and McKay, G. and Murray, K. and Sexton, Sandra, Action medical research (Funder) (2009) Dynamic interface pressure distributions of two transtibial prosthetic socket concepts. Journal of Rehabilitiation Research and Development, 46 (3). pp. 405-415. ISSN 0748-7711

2008

Deans, S.A. and McFadyen, A.K. and Rowe, P.J. (2008) Physical activity and quality of life: a study of a lower-limb amputee population. Prosthetics and Orthotics International, 32 (2). pp. 186-200. ISSN 0309-3646

Deans, S.A. and McFadyen, A. and Rowe, P.J. (2008) Physical activity and quality of life: a study of a lower limb amputee population. In: Orthopaedie, 2008-05-21 - 2008-05-24.

2006

Beattie, T.K. and Tomlinson, A. and McFadyen, A. (2006) Attachment of acanthamoeba to first- and second-generation silicone hydrogel contact lenses. BMC Ophthalmology, 113 (1). pp. 117-125. ISSN 1471-2415

2003

Beattie, T.K. and Seal, D. and Tomlinson, A. and McFadyen, A. and Grimason, A.M. (2003) Determination of amoebicidal activities of multipurpose contact lens solutions by using a most probable number enumeration technique. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 41 (7). pp. 2992-3000. ISSN 0095-1137

Beattie, T.K. and Tomlinson, A. and McFadyen, A. and Seal, D. and Grimason, A.M. (2003) Enhanced attachment of acanthamoeba to extended-wear silicone hydrogel contact lenses: a new risk factor for infection? BMC Ophthalmology, 110 (4). pp. 765-771. ISSN 1471-2415

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