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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers in the Department of Work, Employment & Organisation based within Strathclyde Business School.

Better understanding the nature of work and labour within the globalised political economy is a focus of the 'Work, Labour & Globalisation Research Group'. This involves researching the effects of new forms of labour, its transnational character and the gendered aspects of contemporary migration. A Scottish perspective is provided by the Scottish Centre for Employment Research (SCER). But the research specialisms of the Department of Work, Employment & Organisation go beyond this to also include front-line service work, leadership, the implications of new technologies at work, regulation of employment relations and workplace innovation.

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2018

Svolos, V. and Hansen, R. and Nichols, B. and Quince, C. and Ijaz, U.Z. and Papadopoulou, R.T. and Edwards, C.A. and Watson, D. and Alghamdi, A. and Brejnrod, A. and Ansalone, C. and Duncan, H. and Gervais, L. and Tayler, R. and Salmond, J. and Bolognini, D. and Klopfleisch, R. and Gaya, D.R. and Milling, S. and Russell, R.K. and Gerasimidis, K. (2018) Treatment of active Crohn's disease with an ordinary food-based diet that replicates exclusive enteral nutrition. Gastroenterology. ISSN 0016-5085

Alghamdi, Adel and Gerasimidis, Konstantinos and Blackburn, Gavin and Akinci, Didem and Edwards, Christine and Russell, Richard K. and Watson, David G. (2018) Untargeted metabolomics of extracts from faecal samples demonstrates distinct differences between paediatric Crohn's disease patients and healthy controls but no significant changes resulting from exclusive enteral nutrition treatment. Metabolites, 8 (4). ISSN 2218-1989

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