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Open Access research that delivers better decision support and knowledge modelling

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by Management Science at Strathclyde. Particular research specialisms include knowledge modelling within organisations but also problem structuring and analytical approaches to better interpret risk and uncertainty. Some of these management science approaches are applied within healthcare systems and have close links with economics and operations management.

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de Vries, Lotte W and Harrington, Deirdre and Grooten, Iris and Van 't Hooft, Janneke and Deutekom, Arend van and Roseboom, Tessa J and Salmon, Jo and Chinapaw, Mai and Altenburg, Teatske M (2022) Development of a core outcome set for school-based intervention studies on preventing childhood overweight and obesity : study protocol. BMJ open, 12 (7). e051726. ISSN 2044-6055

Hubbard, Gill and Grist, Fiona and Pope, Lindsey Margaret and Cunningham, Scott and Maxwell, Margaret and Bennie, Marion and Guthrie, Bruce and Mercer, Stewart W (2022) Survey to identify research priorities for primary care in Scotland during and following the COVID-19 pandemic. BMJ open, 12 (5). e056817. ISSN 2044-6055

Blackstone, James and Stirrup, Oliver and Mapp, Fiona and Panca, Monica and Copas, Andrew and Flowers, Paul and Hockey, Leanne and Price, James and Partridge, David and Peters, Christine and de Silva, Thushan and Nebbia, Gaia and Snell, Luke B and McComish, Rachel and Breuer, Judith, The COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium (2022) Protocol for the COG-UK hospital-onset COVID-19 infection (HOCI) multicentre interventional clinical study : evaluating the efficacy of rapid genome sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 in limiting the spread of COVID-19 in UK NHS hospitals. BMJ open, 12 (4). e052514. ISSN 2044-6055

Robinson, Brandon and Edwards, Jodi D and Kendzerska, Tetyana and Pettit, Chris L and Poirel, Dominique and Daly, John M and Ammi, Mehdi and Khalil, Mohammad and Taillon, Peter J and Sandhu, Rimple and Mills, Shirley and Mulpuru, Sunita and Walker, Thomas and Percival, Valerie and Dolean, Victorita and Sarkar, Abhijit (2022) Comprehensive compartmental model and calibration algorithm for the study of clinical implications of the population-level spread of COVID-19 : a study protocol. BMJ open, 12 (3). e052681. ISSN 2044-6055

Feldman, Alix and Patou, François and Baumann, Monika and Stockmarr, Anders and Waldemar, Gunhild and Maier, Anja M and Vogel, Asmus (2022) Listen Carefully protocol : an exploratory case–control study of the association between listening effort and cognitive function. BMJ open, 12 (3). e051109. e051109. ISSN 2044-6055

Vasileiou, Eleftheria and Shi, Ting and Kerr, Steven and Robertson, Chris and Joy, Mark and Tsang, Ruby and McGagh, Dylan and Williams, John and Hobbs, Richard and de Lusignan, Simon and Bradley, Declan and OReilly, Dermot and Murphy, Siobhan and Chuter, Antony and Beggs, Jillian and Ford, David and Orton, Chris and Akbari, Ashley and Bedston, Stuart and Davies, Gareth and Griffiths, Lucy J and Griffiths, Rowena and Lowthian, Emily and Lyons, Jane and Lyons, Ronan A and North, Laura and Perry, Malorie and Torabi, Fatemeh and Pickett, James and McMenamin, Jim and McCowan, Colin and Agrawal, Utkarsh and Wood, Rachael and Stock, Sarah Jane and Moore, Emily and Henery, Paul and Simpson, Colin R and Sheikh, Aziz (2022) Investigating the uptake, effectiveness and safety of COVID-19 vaccines : protocol for an observational study using linked UK national data. BMJ open, 12 (2). e050062. ISSN 2044-6055


Okely, Tony and Reilly, John J and Tremblay, Mark S and Kariippanon, Katharina E and Draper, Catherine E and El Hamdouchi, Asmaa and Florindo, Alex A and Green, Janette P and Guan, Hongyan and Katzmarzyk, Peter T and Lubree, Himangi and Pham, Bang Nguyen and Suesse, Thomas and Willumsen, Juana and Basheer, Mohamed and Calleia, Rebecca and Chong, Kar Hau and Cross, Penny L and Nacher, Maria and Smeets, Laura and Taylor, Ellie and Abdeta, Chalchisa and Aguilar-Farias, Nicolas and Baig, Aqsa and Bayasgalan, Jambaldori and Chan, Cecilia H S and Chathurangana, P W Prasad and Chia, Michael and Ghofranipour, Fazlollah and Ha, Amy S and Hossain, Mohammad Sorowar and Janssen, Xanne and Jáuregui, Alejandra and Katewongsa, Piyawat and Kim, Dong Hoon and Kim, Thanh Van and Koh, Denise and Kontsevaya, Anna and Leyna, Germana H and Löf, M and Munambah, Nyaradzai and Mwase-Vuma, Tawonga and Nusurupia, Jackline and Oluwayomi, Aoko and Del Pozo-Cruz, Borja and Del Pozo-Cruz, Jesus and Roos, Eva and Shirazi, Asima and Singh, Pragya and Staiano, Amanda and Suherman, Adang and Tanaka, Chiaki and Tang, Hong Kim and Teo, Wei-Peng and Tiongco, Marites M and Tladi, Dawn and Turab, Ali and Veldman, Sanne L C and Webster, E Kipling and Wickramasinghe, Pujitha and Widyastari, Dyah Anantalia (2021) Cross-sectional examination of 24-hour movement behaviours among 3- and 4-year-old children in urban and rural settings in low-income, middle-income and high-income countries : the SUNRISE study protocol. BMJ open, 11 (10). e049267. ISSN 2044-6055

Allik, Mirjam and Brown, Denise and Taylor Browne Lūka, Courtney and Macintyre, Cecilia and Leyland, Alastair H and Henderson, Marion (2021) Cohort profile : The 'Children's Health in Care in Scotland' (CHiCS) study-a longitudinal dataset to compare health outcomes for care experienced children and general population children. BMJ open, 11 (9). e054664. ISSN 2044-6055

Van Bortel, Tine and John, Ann and Solomon, Susan and Lombardo, Chiara and Crepaz-Keay, David and McDaid, Shari and Yap, Jade and Weeks, Lauren and Martin, Steven and Guo, Lijia and Seymour, Catherine and Thorpe, Lucy and Morton, Alexander D and Davidson, Gavin and Kousoulis, Antonis A (2021) Mental health in the pandemic : a repeated cross-sectional mixed-method study protocol to investigate the mental health impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK. BMJ open, 11 (8). e046422. ISSN 2044-6055

Henery, Paul and Vasileiou, Eleftheria and Hainey, Kirsten J and Buchanan, Duncan and Harrison, Ewen and Leyland, Alastair H and Alexis, Thomas and Robertson, Chris and Agrawal, Utkarsh and Ritchie, Lewis and Stock, Sarah Jane and McCowan, Colin and Docherty, Annemarie and Kerr, Steven and Marple, James and Wood, Rachael and Moore, Emily and Simpson, Colin R and Sheikh, Aziz and Katikireddi, Srinivasa Vittal (2021) Ethnic and social inequalities in COVID-19 outcomes in Scotland : protocol for early pandemic evaluation and enhanced surveillance of COVID-19 (EAVE II). BMJ open, 11 (8). e048852. ISSN 2044-6055

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