Jackie Campbell

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BACKGROUND It is estimated that approximately 40% of all cases of cancer are attributable to lifestyle factors. Providing people with personalised information about their future risk of cancer may help promote behaviour change. AIM To explore the views of health professionals on incorporating personalised cancer risk information, based on lifestyle(More)
This paper aims to critically reflect on the processes, agendas and use of Big Data by presenting existing issues and problems in place and consolidating our points of views presented from different angles. This paper also describes current practices of handling Big Data, including considerations of smaller scale data analysis and the use of data(More)
Sea-level rise (SLR) is one consequence of global climate change and given Carpinteria's location right along the coast, the City will likely face the threats of sea-level rise and other impacts in greater frequency and intensity. The intent of this administrative draft is to provide a foundation for future development of a Climate Adaptation Plan, a(More)
Objectives and relationship to conference themes The development of a research culture within the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, and the research capacity building within the profession that must underpin this, is an essential element of both the 'learn' and 'achieve' themes of the conference. The role of professional bodies in developing(More)
The purpose of this poster is to share innovative teaching methods at Leeds Metropolitan University in the Innovation North Faculty of Information and Technology (INN Faculty). An explorative study has been undertaken to provide an initial evaluation of the use of synoptic assessments within the subject area of Computing. Synoptic assessments, also known(More)
In 1965 Melzack and Wall proposed the influential gate control theory of pain. This theory postulates that the substantia gelatinosa, located within the spinal cord, acts as a gate control mechanism which can influence the flow of information to the brain and thus impact on the pain experience. Subsequent research has, in general, supported this theory. The(More)
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